Tag: welding

How a Brompton is made

I will see you Brompton bicycle and we would like to show you with our experts how we make our bike we can thank Andrew Richie for the Brompton bicycle which he invented in his flat overlooking the Brompton Oratory right in central London just up from Harrods in 1975 but it wasn’t plain sailing […]

How A Titanium Bike Is Made | Moots Factory Tour

– Steamboat Springs, Colorado, population 12,088. A cycling paradise and home to one of cycling’s true artisans manufacturers, Moots. The grand masters of titanium. Last year they lent me a Route 45 gravel bike to ride in Iceland. And now we’re here to see how they practice their craft, how they actually make titanium bikes. […]

Camaro Go Kart Gets Air Suspension!

[Music] starting another day on the Camaro first things first about this piece of inch-and-a-quarter solid and I’m gonna use it to design that axle I was talking about in the last video I don’t it doesn’t have a key way in it so we won’t use it permanently but I’ll be able to build […]

7 Things You Didn’t Know About Titanium | GCN Tech Does Science

(collisions reverberating) – We’ve looked at the myths surrounding carbon fiber. We’ve lifted the lid on aluminum. We’ve investigated whether steel is in fact real; it was. But, there is still a big gap in the GCN Material Sciences Course. And that, is titanium. For a while, in the early ’90s, titanium was going to […]

Welding Aluminum Bicycle Frames

We’re with Mike Woods in the prototype shop at Santa Cruz bicycles, and Mike is going to step us through the process they use here to build a new bicycle frame. Mike, what do we have here? This is a scale size drawing of a V-10 we’re working on right now. The important part is […]

Build Your Own Mountain Bike | Dirt Shed Show Ep. 205

– Coming up on this show this week we discuss how to produce your own bike. – Ooh, and would you invest in these products? Or no? It’s the Dirt Shed Show! – It’s the Dirt Shed Show! (upbeat music) (tools clanging) Yes, welcome to this week’s Dirt Shed Show with Chain Reaction Cycles of […]

Assembling and Welding an Aluminum Bicycle Frame

In the last video, I made the fixture that holds all the frame components in the proper location. This time, I’ll cut the monocoque elements and curved tubes to fit. The seat tube needs to be notched at a 12 degree angle where it meets the housing for the rear shock. I’m using a strip […]

The Ultimate Princess Jeep Build Part 2

[Music] so today’s the day we try to figure out how to get this engine in the Barbie car time to engine swap the old Wrangler I’m gonna go from this here battery to 450 CCS of four-stroke goodness [Music] oh it looks good in there and honestly fits better than I thought it would […]