CHOPPER BICYCLE PLANS - GT BMX BIKES 2011.
Chopper Bicycle Plans
- A chopper bicycle is a bicycle that is designed to get attention and provide a smooth comfortable ride.
- Decide on and arrange in advance
- Make preparations for an anticipated event or time
- Design or make a plan of (something to be made or built)
- (Plan) This shows the ground plan design, elevation of house, number and size of rooms, kitchen, bathrooms, laundry layout and position of the house on the land.
- (plan) A debtor's detailed description of how the debtor proposes to pay creditors' claims over a fixed period of time.
- (401(K)plan) A qualified profit-sharing or thrift plan that allows eligible employees the option of putting moneyinto the plan or receiving the funds as cash.
chopper bicycle plans - Smart Gear
Smart Gear Smart Chopper Balance Bike
Smart Balance Bikes by Smart Gear, often referred to as “run bikes” or “balance bikes”, which are pedal free and without training wheels, first and foremost help a child develop the most important skills necessary to later ride a 2 wheel bicycle with pedals: BALANCE and MOTOR SKILLS. Smart Balance Bikes were designed to develop a child’s balance and coordination by simply allowing the child to sit and walk or run with the bike by pushing with their feet. If the bike starts to fall, kids instinctively regain their balance using their feet. Once they’ve gained some momentum and balance control they can lift their feet up as they feel comfortable and start cruising! Traditional toddler bikes with “training wheels” don’t necessarily train or teach a child how to ride a bicycle. The training wheels are merely a crutch that give the child a false sense of security and merely keep the child busy or entertained rather than actually helping the child develop the necessary skills to ride a bicycle. Smart Balance Bikes are also suitable for children who need to be encouraged with motor skill development and therapeutic training. Smart Balance Bikes are made from birch wood with real inflatable rubber tires, handle bar grips and a cushioned leatherette seat. Wood harvested from a replenishable source Formaldehyde free glue Non Toxic paints and lacquer Carton is made from recycled paper with water based ink printing
In the Spotlight
The camp itself was run entirely on renewable energy, or often without energy at all where possible. I'm pretty sure we were nearly, if not completely, carbon-neutral for the whole week. And then the cops, despite our protests, went and ruined it by driving around in loads of vans, having a chopper overhead most of the time, and placing huge floodlights at the entrance to the camp, often running all day as well as all night, with two horrible noisy petrol generators. On a technical note, the two banners at the front of the camp were actually facing the spotlights on the road. In order to get this shot, I took a photo from behind the banners - with the text still clearly legible due to the bright light and the materials used - and then flipped it digitally to get the text back the right way round. In august 2007, people from all over the UK gathered to protest plans to add a third runway to heathrow airport. Heathrow already produces more CO2 than most countries, and adding more flights at a time when climate change threatens the entire planet is nothing short of madness. We were joined by locals from the village of Sipson, which is due to disapear under the new runway, with little compensation or consideration for the displaced residents.
Okay, so I started out planning to use the fleettrikes.com method for steering - attach a break and steering arm directly to the axle. This was going to leave me with a lack of room for thighs and steering.. So I went and rummaged in my bucket-o-handlebars to see what might fit using the atomiczombie.com method for steering. I found these which were just a bit girly to look cool on any mountain bike, but not to curvy. They sit best in a relaxed, wide, half-ape chopper stance (in stationary testing anyway, who knows what might happen when this thing rolls). More welding to go and some holes to fill ;)