DIY Free Motion Rollers – HOWTO Video

I was wandering around that rabbit hole that is and stumbled upon the video below. Having played on a trainer for a while now, I have always wondered about rollers, but have never really had the inclination due to the damage it would do to my hip pocket. When I saw DIY, the inner tinkerer in me went into a high state of excitement.

I contacted the bloke who put the video up, and asked him to get in touch, which he did with in a few hours. His name is Nick and he seemed happy to help.

I explained that I would like to feature the video on the blog and get some background information. Talk about delivering the goods. Nick got back to me with a stack of information. What a guy.

So, enough of the back story, here is the video and Nicks terrific email.


Some details about me:
My name is Nick Arend. I live in Portland, OR and am 32 years old. I have been cycling now for 6 years. I raced for 1 season but didn’t care for the amount of crashing around me. Crashing by yourself is frustrating, but someone causing you to crash is even worse! I started on a Bianchi via Nirone and rode that for a year till I felt I was ready to upgrade. Got a deal from a friend of mine on the Ridley Scandium you see in the video. I currently ride a Cannondale Supersix which has been my project bike over the last 2 years to get as light as possible. I’m currently at 15.12lbs (6.85kg), which I am happy with (for now lol). Hoping to see a Cannondale Evo in my future, maybe as early as next summer!

Just needs more blue and orange!

How did I think of this:
I am a fair weather rider. I don’t enjoy going on a ride and getting soaked head to toe. Living in Portland, OR it rains a lot, which means my riding can go weeks without riding. I tried a trainer but the excitement of having one wore off within a month. I sold it and went back to staring out the window wishing I could ride during those cold raining days. The thought of rollers always scared me since I had seen so many videos of people falling off, so I never gave them a second thought. 2 years later, a friend that works at my local bike shop (Rivercity Bikes) had told me about these motion rollers, which make it easier to ride on. All of a sudden I was excited about the possibilities. That is, until I found out how much they were! I wasn’t about to pay $700+ on rollers. Few months went by and I started doing some research about DIY motion rollers. I saw a couple really good ones, but looked way to complex for my handyman abilities. The rest seemed very cheap and not well thought out. Keep in mind I own maybe 3 tools in my garage, so the thought of building something on my own was a bit intimidating. I knew I would have to keep it simple, but it had to work if i was going to spend the money. I went to my local home depot and had an hour conversation with an old man who turned out to be a hardcore cyclist back in his day. We drew up 2 or 3 blueprints, but it still seemed way to complicated. I knew there was an easier way to build it, I just had to think about how to do it. Finally after a couple days of thinking, I came up with this design. Nothing fancy, nothing too expensive, just something that I felt I could build without cutting off a limb. First things first, I had to get some rollers. I hunted CL and local forums like crazy and one night was lucky to find a guy in Seattle who had some Performance brand rollers for $50. He was coming down to Portland that weekend for business and he agreed to bring them down with him. I bought them and brought them straight home. I figured I would give them a try without the DIY motion contraption first to see just how difficult it was. I tried for 20 minutes, but couldn’t get my balance. At that point I decided to get to it. I built them in a couple hours (still have all 10 fingers BTW) and figured I would video tape myself on my first attempt so I could see how I improved over time. It took me maybe 2 minutes to get the hang of how to balance myself while holding the wall and my front brake at the same time, but once I started it was easy as pie. What you see in the video is my very first time riding on rollers, No lie! To know that I was able to stand out of the saddle and crank it out like that on rollers was exciting. It felt so real, unlike the trainer I had years back. Before I knew it, I was out every morning riding when it was snowing, raining or to dark outside.

Since putting this video on Youtube, I have emailed 1,547 people the blueprints to these DIY rollers! It has been exciting to hear from others that they found this design to be easy for them to build, as well as be very functional. If you have rollers and want to improve your indoor riding experience or have simply been wanting rollers but weren’t sure if you could stay on like me, Give this a shot. It truly is amazing how much easier it is to ride on!

Here is the detailed Build list:

-I started with the rollers first and installing the wheels on each foot.(IF the feet of your rollers are flat it will be easy, if they are cylinder shaped, BE SURE TO DRILL THROUGH STRAIGHT AND LEVEL! if not, your wheels will not be straight and will not roll with ease). I used roller blade wheels so the diameter of the wheel was deeper than skate board wheels most people were using. (I think the roller blade wheels are smoother) whatever wheel you go with be sure to use something with a bearing. My first attempt I used casting wheels with no bearing. problem was when you tightened them down, since there was no bearing it locked the wheel. Loosen it a bit so the wheel could move and it didn’t role straight.
-Using the rollerblade wheels I measured 1/4 inch from the bottom of each leg. Started with a 3/32 drill bit, then 11/16 then 21/64 drill bit for the holes. be sure they are even otherwise your rollers wont be level.
-I used roller blades from my wife’s rollerblades (she still doesn’t know that ) so I also used the bolts that were on the blades to keep them in for my middle wheels. not sure what the technical name is, but it was basically the axle. one was long and hallow and the other part of it screwed into it. I used a 1/4″ washer on each side of the bearing. place the wheel on the outside of the leg. for the front and rear you need (4) 5/16-3 inch hex bolts (1 per wheel). 4 fender washers and (4) 5/16 hex nuts and (4) 5/16 nylon lock nuts. install in this order:

Starting from the outside:
3 inch 5/16 hex bolt, 1/4″ washer, wheel, washer, (leg), 1/4 washer, hex nut, FENDER washer (your bungee hook will go in between the fender washer and the leg of the roller here and the fender washer is large enough to keep the hook from falling out), finish with nylon lock nut tighten down.
Repeat with each corner wheel.

After your roller has the wheels installed you can work on the frame. (I say work on the wheels first so you know how wide to make your frame.

2-2×4’s (8 foot)
-cut them 24″ longer than the length of the rollers. (1 foot for each side.) (some brands are longer than the others)
I bought an aluminum L shaped rod that was for the wheels to role on and keep in line. I cut 6 one foot sections (because the wheels shouldn’t really travel farther than that)
After you cut the 2×4’s the length needed, mark the center. measure the center of the rollers and lightly mark that as well. line up your 2x4s put the rollers on them and adjust the width of the 2×4’s so they are about an 1/8 inch wider than the rollers. Measure the width at both ends of the 2x4s to make sure they are equally spaced.
-with the rollers on the 2×4’s mark where the wheels are and lay down the aluminum L rods that you cut down on the 2×4’s placing them all the way to the outside edge. I used 2 1/4″ screws on each end to screw them down. Once all 6 are screwed in take the remaining wood of the 2×4 and cut them the width of your rollers. I used 4 corner braces on the insides to bolt them together.
-I used 2 5/16 “half eye” bolts. On my receipt they are called “clothline” bolts. Pre-drill with a 21/64 drill bit through the center of the end 2×4’s. the clothline bolt should slide through. put on a fender washer on the backside of the end pieces and tighten down a 5/16 nylon lock nutt.
-use 24″ bungee’s (1/end). Put rollers on frame (wheels should be just inside of the L shape guides you installed). Connect the hooks in between the inside of the leg and the fender washer and then attach around the half eye hook. Repeat for the other side.


I used a 21/64 drill bit (pre-drilled with a 13/63) through the top of the frame about 1/4 back from the middle roller drum. slide from the bottom up a 4 inch 5/16 hex bolt and tighten down with a nylon 5/16 nut (put 1/4 washer in between the frame and nuts. Then use a nylon 5/16 hex nut and screw it down about an inch from the frame. Your wheel is going to sit on this nut and act as the bumper. tighten down with nylon hex nutt. (Its important to use nylon lock nutts or else they will vibrate lose and move. You will want to play with the height with how far down you put your bumper. I helped a friend build a set a couple nights ago and he put his bumper to low which caused an issue. I was hitting in between his rim and tire and almost gripping the tire and wedging it to a stop. I would set your bike on the rollers next to the bumper and try to position it around the braking surface. DON’T go to high or else it will hit your spokes and you will be screwed.

so install in this order:
bolt, 1/4 washer (frame),1/4 washer, nylon nut, (space), Nylon nut, 1/4 washer, wheel, 1/4 washer, nylon nut.
Repeat on other side.

Go to it!


I would like to thank Nick for his generosity.

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119 Responses to DIY Free Motion Rollers – HOWTO Video

  1. David Beckwith says:

    Interesting – I prefer rollers to a trainer, but I hadn’t seen that concept before.

  2. Houseboy says:

    The video os awesome and I would love to have a set of blueprint instructions for the free motion rollers. Please send to me by email.


    • ralph rogers says:

      did you get the blue prints for the free motion rollers and if so can you pass them along or give me a link to get them

      thanks in advance

  3. Bruce Vance says:

    Hey Nick, just watched your video, very well done. I would love it if you could email your blueprints, can’t wait to get started. Thanks so much.

  4. Ryguy2 says:

    Great video, would love the blue prints if available. Thank you so much, take care -Ryan

  5. Jeff Diacik says:

    These rollers look awesome. I’d love to have the blueprint instructions.

  6. Celso Dias says:

    Nice job man, could you please send to me the blueprints by email. Thanks.

  7. George in AU says:

    Hi Nick,

    Nice job, well done. please send me the a copy of the blueprints for building one myself.

    Many many thanks.


  8. Keith says:

    Bloody hell Nick, this video was awesome.Is there any chance you could email me the blueprints please.Many thanks.

  9. Tim says:

    Hi there, I am currently looking at building one of these. Could you possibly send me the blueprints? Cheers.

  10. matt says:

    hi. i have reviewed this site and im interested in getting the blue prints for this free motion roller. I would like to build one as im on budget and dont want to spen the big bucks to purchase a roller. please advise me if this is possible and thank you in advance.

  11. John says:

    Great video. Fluid! Could you send me the blueprints?
    Thank You

  12. Mauricio says:

    Hello! I’m currently looking forward to building one of this! Could you please send me the blueprints?
    Thank you!

  13. Saul says:

    This looks interesting! Would you be able to send me the blue print for the roller. I would very much appreciate it. Thank you.

  14. Paulie says:

    Very cool idea. I live in the Portland area and I agree that rain does get in the way. Please send me blueprints, I def want to get this built asap. Two questions;
    1. How do you start and stop with clip ins?
    2. Have you or anyone reading this have any idea on how to make this safer?

  15. ronald rivas says:

    I have never see this before, and I have a trianer that I love already! I have been looking for a new project for a bike roller and this idea is so amazing! I would love a copy if the blue prints if u can send it to my email it would be much apreciated!


  16. stef says:

    Hi there, I am currently looking at building one of these.
    Could you please send me the blueprints?

  17. Tom says:

    I have to trainer stands but want to get more realistic motion in stationary riding. Please send me a copy of your plan. Thank you!


  18. Steve says:

    Hey Nick, your roller looks awesome!
    Iā€™d love to have the blueprint instructions.


  19. Colin Ballantine says:

    Hi, those rollers look perfect for a wintertime project. Could you send me a copy of the blueprints?
    Thanks Colin.

    • Samantha says:

      Hi Nick,

      I saw your video and liked your exercise rollers. Could you send me a copy of the blueprints for this machine?


  20. Brandon says:

    I’ll jump on the wagon, if you will send out blueprints I would love to make a copy of what you have here. Thanks again.

  21. David Thompson says:

    Where did you buy the rollers? What site

  22. Great job! Still willing to send blueprints? I’d love to try this as winter starts to rear its ugly head. Thanks!

  23. David says:

    Ok, that’s some sweet build you got there! I love the bungee system you have on that. If the blueprints are available, I’d love to get ahold of them and try this myself. I used to live in Portland so I know exactly what’s being said about the weather and its ability to impede activities for a long period during the year. At this point, it’s simply the amount of daylight I have available to me to get my riding in.

    Thanks for the inspiration and innovation here!

  24. Shaun Boothroyd says:

    This is exactly what I’ve been looking for but like you i dont have a spare thousand burning a whole in my pocket. What little money I have goes on my bike and if you think you get a lot of rain where you are…come visit me in Devon, UK hahaha I would be very grateful for a set of blue prints, I’ll post a video of the finished product too

  25. Uel Marshall says:

    Absolutely love this idea especially the price , would appreciate a copy of your blueprints so i can get started , just cant be bothered taking the bike on and off the trainer



  26. Jason Lowrey says:

    Really love what you did and would love to have the blueprints, I HATE my trainer!!
    Thank you!

  27. Huseyin Celikel says:

    Hello Nick;

    Thanks for the video. it’s very impressive. Can you send me the blueprints?

    Thanks a lot.


  28. Chris says:

    Awesome. Would you please email me the blueprints? – Chris

  29. Jim Manley says:

    Nick, Place me in the BRAVO category! Would also like to ask for a set of blueprints/plans to be sent to my email address.
    Thanking you in advance,
    Happy New Year!

  30. Ed Schummer says:

    Wow! I just came across this – what a concept! I’ve been struggling with rollers off and on for nearly a year now, and every time I get on them it’s like starting over (we don’t have non-rideable weather too often here in SFO). This looks like it would make it so much easier! Thanks so much for the inspiration!

    I’d love to have a set of plans myself, please, if possible.

  31. Matt Collins says:


    Please send me your blueprints. Thanks.


  32. Matt Huffine says:

    Nick, this is awesome!! Please send me some blueprints if its not to late.

  33. Richard says:

    please email me the blueprints .. thanks Richard

  34. Jomer says:

    I would like to have a copy of the blueprints and where can i buy a roller if you know a website to buy it. Thanks.

  35. Tom says:

    Great video and instructions. If you are still sending out blueprints please send some my way.


  36. Joerg says:

    Super job, if you will send me the blueprints I would love to make a copy!

  37. Aman says:

    Hi! Awesome idea! Your first ride on the rollers seems like you’ve been doing it for ages! Brilliant stability for your first time. I’m impressed with the roller you’ve built. Can you please send me the blueprints by email? Thanks!

  38. Casey Turnbaugh says:

    You said your rollers are a performance bike brand? Were the little feet on your rollers flat or where they cylinder’s? I have a set of rollers from performance bike, but the little feet are cylinders. Do you think I can still drill holes in them so I can attach the roller blade wheels?

  39. Melissa says:

    Hi. Awesome build! Would love to have bluprints, please.

  40. Kevin O'Neil says:

    Brilliant in its simplicity….can I please get the plans? Thank you!!

  41. Carl Warner says:

    Nick, I’d love a set of the blueprints, too.
    Thanks very much for sharing.

  42. Gary Fowler says:

    Yes please send me more info…

    Can you please send me the blueprints by email? Thanks!


  43. Brian Schow says:

    great idea, looks awesome, can you please send me some blue prints

  44. Mike says:

    Hi. Can you please email me a copy of your bluprints?

  45. Duke says:

    I love the design and I’d love a set of the blueprints. Thanks so much!

  46. J Colorado says:

    Nick, Thank you for the video. If it is not a burden could I get a copy of the blueprints?

    Thank you!

  47. BEStuder says:

    Awesome design, what a great concept. Hard to believe the video was your first ride on rollers, great balance. I love the fact you can get out of the saddle with such ease and stability. I would love to have a set of the blueprints via email if possible.

    Thanks for the inspiration.


  48. irawan says:

    Hi there, do you mind to share the blueprint to me too? Would love to give it a try. Thank you so much anyway. šŸ˜€

  49. Paul Davidson says:

    Hi Nick.
    Could you please send me a copy of your blueprints for this brilliant idea. I have considered buying commercial rollers but this looks like an excellent alternative that gives you a more realistic feel of natural riding.
    Best regards Paul

  50. Juan Rios says:

    Man, this is fantastic. How can I get a copy of the blueprints?

  51. David Mingay says:

    Amazing idea and execution Nick! Please send me the blueprints – this will be so useful.

  52. Jason Lombard says:

    Fascinating article, I’d love to give it a shot. Would you mind sending instructions? Thanks!

  53. Emil Yeo says:

    I just came across your vid about the roller~ ITS AWESOME~!! is it possible to send me the blue prints of your roller?? very much appreciated~!! Thanks

  54. David M says:

    Great project Nick! Please do email me the blueprints.

    Many thanks in advance.


  55. Kevin says:

    Looks awesome. Can’t wait to try it out šŸ™‚ Would love to have a copy of the blueprints please. Thanks!

  56. Anderl says:

    Great build Nick …

    I’m from Germany and I want to build it the same way.
    Can you send me a copy of your plans.
    I would like to make the roles myself, can you tell me the length and diameter.
    Thanks in advance.

  57. Anderl says:

    Great build Nick …

    I’m from Germany and I want to build it the same way.
    Can you send me a copy of your plans.
    I would like to make the roles myself. can you tell me the length and diameter.
    Thanks in advance.

  58. Amy says:

    This is awesome! I’m a mom with littles and have had to put biking on the back burner because I hate the trainer. Would love the blueprints! Would you send to my email address, please?

  59. Cliff Treble says:

    Hi Nick.

    Greetings from Pietermaritzburg, South Africa. Boy this brought back memories of my youth. I had a set of rollers when I did competitive Track and Road Cycling in Rhodesia in the 70’s. I started Mountainbiking about a year ago at the age of 56 on one of my 19 year old sons old bikes! He’s very competitive in Mountainbiking and the Road. My old set of rollers were made by my trainer using PVC pipes and lasted for years. Anyway, I’d love to make my Son a set of rollers based upon your plans, and was wondering if you would mind sending me a copy of the blueprints. Please let me know if there are any costs involved, which I will gladly pay if need be. You’ve done a truly marvelous job here, and thanks for sending me down memory lane. All the best to you and Bless you. Cliff and Nathan(Son).

  60. Emil Yeo says:

    Bro, this is terrific! this roller is awesome! Is it possible to send me the blue print how to build this roller?

    Many thanks and Happy Cycling man!

  61. Paul says:

    These are amazing Nick. Would love to have a try at building these.

    If you’d be able to send the blueprints I’d be really grateful!



  62. Louie says:

    Hi Nick,

    Accidentally saw your video. You are wonderful. I am sure a lot of people who is interested in rollers would love to have a blueprint from you. Including myself.

    I love to have a copy and happy riding !

    Thx, Louie

  63. Frank Bennici says:

    Hi Nick! This was a really cool video! I’m actually trying to build this for a school project. Could you email me the blueprints please? I would really appreciate it! Thank you!

  64. Yannick says:

    Wow! This is really awesome! Never saw something like that before!

    I Would love to have a copy of the blueprints! It looks so great!
    Please email me those if possible!


  65. Richard B says:

    Nick this is great idea of yours, is it possible to send me the blue print for the build of the free motion rollers.

    Thank you and you are greatly appreciated.

  66. Kris Garner says:

    That’s an awesome set up! I would like a copy of the blueprints as well. I am just beginning cycling and would like an alternate method for when the weather won’t cooperate.


  67. Ed says:

    What a concept. I always wanted to try rollers, because It get’s old clipping my bike into the trainer. Could you please send me the blueprints for for how to build the roller?
    That is by far the best rollers I’ve ever seen. They totally kick ass!

    Thank you in advance brother cyclist! Many happy miles on your rollers…

  68. Luca says:

    Hi Nick,

    Great idea, Looks simple, yet stable and effective. Please could you mail me a set of blueprints? I have a youngster that adores cycling, but the streets are not always safe by himself.

    Many thanx

  69. bert brown says:

    Hi Nick,
    Thanks for posting this wonderful video. Very cool concept!
    Can you send a set of blueprints please.


  70. Martin says:

    Hey-o Nick,

    Could you please email the blueprints? I love riding! Unfortunately, I’ve been involved in two hit and run accidents. Just trying to get the courage to ride again and train. Thanks again!! ;D

  71. Jose Lorenzi says:

    It is a great way to ride a bicycle and get the training you need. I would greatly appreciate it if you can send a copy of your plan. Thank you!

  72. Brian says:

    Just saw your video and this looks like something I would like to build. Could you please email me the blueprints?


  73. David Law says:

    Hi great video can you please send me the blueprints


  74. Mark Miller says:

    Hi Nick,
    Wow! What a great idea! Any chance you could email me the blueprints.

  75. Spencer Haynes says:

    This looks better than even the $350.00 rollers iv seen.
    Could you please send blue prints?


  76. Gary Wiley says:

    Very, very cool. Would go a long way to help my cyclo-therapy. šŸ™‚ Please email the blueprints, if still available. Thanks much.ļ»æ

  77. J says:

    Awesome video and instructions!!!
    Please email me blueprints!
    Cant wait to build this!

  78. Dmitry says:

    Would love to get blueprints as well. Thanks a lot and great video btw.

  79. Keith Erickson says:


    Love the trainer. Is it still possible to get the blueprints?

    Thank you,

  80. JP says:

    Hi Nick,

    This looks like a great fall project prior to getting shut in for the winter. Can you send me the blueprints?

    Thanks, JP

  81. Paul farragher says:

    Nick this is great idea of yours, is it possible to send me the blue print for the build of the free motion rollers.

    Thank you and you are greatly appreciated

  82. Dee Goldberg says:

    Nick ..this is awesome. Thanks so very much for sharing it with the rest of us. Would it be possible to send me the blueprint instructions? Thanks so very much. Have a great day!

  83. steve stamper says:

    Great video like your design I would love a set of blueprints. thanks!!


  84. Karl says:

    Hi, that looks awesome! can you sned me blueprints also? Thanks in advance and happy cycling!

  85. Tim says:

    Hello Nick,

    Just saw this video. Great. I’ve been looking for a way to improve my training rides.
    I’ve been using Trainer for years (Cyclops). Time to move on. Could you please send the blueprints.


  86. Guzz Batrez says:

    Hello , this is incredible, I really appreciate if you can share the blue prints by e-mail.


  87. Philippe Lalande says:

    Very well done and interesting. Thanks for sharing.

    Could you please email the blueprints?
    Kind regards,

  88. Norman says:

    Just watched the video, pretty sweet. I would appreciate your sending me a copy of the blueprints. Thank you. Safe cycling.

  89. Chris says:

    Having just spent 20 minutes on my rollers, I’m straight away looking to improve them.
    I’ve seen your video before and am now after the blue prints please.
    Just need to find some old roller blades now ?

  90. Matt Couzens says:

    This looks awesome Nick. I was just about to purchase a stationary trainer when I came across your video. Would love the blueprints to build one. If you could email I would sure appreciate it.



  91. Paul halliday says:

    These rollers look awesome is it possible you could send me the blueprints and I will construct them. The weather is terrible at the moment and I’m sick of my turbo trainer

  92. Richard James says:

    Great video and build.
    I got my rollers last year and they have greatly improved my road handling skills and endurance even without resistance.
    I was actually researching how to add resistance to rollers when I came upon your video.
    Please email your blueprints as I am anxious to start my build.
    I already ordered the roller blade wheels with bearings.

  93. Randy leavitt says:

    I would love the blueprints.


  94. Randy leavitt says:

    I would love a set of blueprints for the roller.

    Randy leavitt

  95. Ken says:

    You want blueprints? You can’t handle the blueprints. The article and video literally show you how it’s build. It does, really.

  96. Kurikaberi says:

    Nick, this is great design. I would like to get access to the blue prints. Do you have a link or email them to me. THANKS

  97. Chris Chen says:

    What a great idea!
    I’ve been interested in purchasing a set of rollers but would definitely like to give this a try. Could you please send me a copy of the blueprints?

    Much appreciated,


  98. Jaemy Hill says:

    This is genius! I was looking into bike trainers then came across rollers… then stumbled upon your video. I would absolutely appreciate it if you could email me a copy of the blueprints, if you are still doing so for those who want them.

    Thanks so much!

  99. Pablo Lanzagorta says:

    Pure admiration!

    Kudos for your initiative and your generosity!

    As everyone, I kindly ask you for your popular roller blueprints.

    Thank you,


  100. Jarrett says:

    Absolutely love this idea especially the DIY aspect and the design, well done Nick.
    I would love a copy of the blue prints if they’re still available. Can you send it to my email it would be much appreciated!

  101. KAREL says:

    Dear Nick,

    Please email the blue print, its raining outside and I would like to build from your plan.



  102. Matt says:


    This looks fantastic and I am really interested on building this for myself. Would it be possible to get the blueprints emailed to me please?

    Many thanks

  103. Dave Chappell says:

    Mate that is an awesome design, I have just been toying with the idea of building some rollers as I too cannot justify spending all that money. Could I please get a copy of your blueprints.

  104. Bert says:

    Hi, that looks awesome! I really appreciate if you can share the blue prints by e-mail.

  105. L Knowles says:

    Awesome. Great job Nick!

    Looking for a rainy day project. Would love to build from your plans.

    Kind regards


  106. Kevin says:

    I loved your bike rollers and would appreciate it if you could email me the blueprints please.
    In anticipation, many thanks, clever guy! šŸ™‚

  107. David williams says:

    I’d like to make a set of these. please can you email me the blueprints, many thanks.


  108. Stijn says:

    Nice work Nick,

    Can you please email the blueprints please? I like to build a setup like yours.


  109. Pernille Jensen says:

    Such a cool project!! i would love to recive the blueprints please??

  110. Jeff Long says:

    Any chance I can get the detailed blueprints? Thanks in advance.

  111. Paulo says:

    can you please send me the blueprints ?
    Best regards from Portugal šŸ˜‰

  112. Kenn says:


    Great idea especially for people on a budget. Would you be kind enough to email me a copy of the blue prints.


  113. Jack says:

    I would love the blueprints!

  114. Adam says:

    Really cool concept. Would you mind emailing me the blue prints too?


  115. Pat says:

    Hope your not tired with this yet šŸ™‚ Could i please have a copy of the bluprint emailed too?
    Thanks in advance.

    love your design.

  116. daz parker says:

    Hi Nick
    Love the idea and love the thought of people like you sharing.
    Would love the blueprint, just getting into cycling at 55 and would benefit my fitness in house.

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