How to make a pocket bike modification
Pocket bike modifications are often found in the home workshop, with the DIY side often going a little further than the factory.
Here we have the best ways to modify your pocket bike to make it look as if you have one in your garage.
If you are looking for a pocket bicycle modification kit, this is the perfect place to start.
We are not the first people to do pocket bike modifications in your home, with people modifying their bicycles from the inside out.
However, with such a wide range of options, it’s difficult to pick the best one.
Here are some of the best pocket bike mods to consider.
In order to make your pocket bicycle look like it has one, you will need to modify the frame.
Here is a look at the top of the frame to see what we mean:While we generally recommend making your frame look as though it has a seat post, the front of the pocket bike is not considered to be a seatpost.
It’s simply a bracket that sits on top of your bike frame.
For this reason, you may want to add a seat, or you may need to make modifications to your seatpost itself to make the frame look like a seat.
To do this, simply take a bolt from your seat post and insert it into the front fork bracket.
Now that we have our frame modification done, we can remove the seatpost using a small screwdriver.
It should be fairly easy to remove the frame, but remember to loosen the bolts that hold it in place.
Next, take a small flathead screwdriver and remove the rear seatpost from the frame using the same small screwdrivers.
Next remove the front seatpost, then take a sharp angle to get it out of the way.
Once the seat post is out of view, remove the bolts from the front and rear seatposts.
Next, take your seat and remove it from the back of your pocket.
Use the same sharp angle that you used to get the front saddle out of your frame to get both seat posts out.
The back of the saddle is located on the left side of the bike, just behind the fork bracket, so you will have to remove that side as well.
Once you have both seat post out, you can now remove the chainstay assembly.
Next take the chain and turn it 180 degrees.
Once all the chain is out, slide it onto the seat tube, then remove the wheel from the seat frame.
Once you have the front chain and the rear chain removed, slide the seat out of its frame mount and attach the chain to the front wheel.
Make sure the chain stays put as you attach the fork.
Once both wheels are attached, turn the seat back over to see if you need to change the seat position.
Next pull the seat up onto the frame and remove your seat from the top.
Now we are ready to attach the seat to the frame!
Take the seat and slide it up onto your frame.
Take a short, straight piece of the seat rail and push it up into place, then push the seat into the frame on both sides.
You will notice that we are still holding the seat with the top rail.
To attach the bike to the rear wheel, simply use the same short piece of seat rail as we used to attach it to the seat, but now attach the rear to the chain.
Then attach the front bike to your front wheel using the seat rails we attached to the bike.
Now pull the rear of the front frame assembly off your frame and attach it back to the bottom bracket.
Now slide the bike back into its original position.
We recommend attaching the bike on the inside of the box using the bolt holes in the front.
Once the bike is attached to its new position, you should now have the frame mounted, ready to ride.
We hope you enjoy this tutorial as much as we did making it.