Here are the most read articles in MAKE volume 11!
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U-G-L-Y Your Bike. To deter thieves, camouflage your bicycle as a piece of crap while keeping it a first-class ride. Page 74 – Link.
Retro R/C Racer. Using scrap sheet metal and pop rivets, you can construct a model 1930s British Midget racer with modern radio control capabilities. Page 94 – Link.
Hammer Time. Making the antiques of the future at Black Dog Forge. Page 26 – Link.
The Old-Fashioned Future. Stephane Halleux’s sculptures mix advanced technology with antiquated mechanisms. Page 20 – Link.
Mister Jalopy’s Urban Guerrilla Movie House. Your own DIY drive-in. Page 48 – Link.
Super Stick. Jason Torchinsky builds a 5-foot-tall retro Atari joystick that works. Page 18 – Link.
Granny’s Nightmare Chopper Bike. Chop an old ladies’ bicycle into something evil. Page 68 – Link.
Maker Faire Is Too Much. Author Gareth Branwyn welcomes you to MAKE Volume 11: Alternative Vehicles. Page 10 – Link.
The Year People Learned to Fly. Celebrating the 30th anniversary of the flight of Paul MacCready’s Gossamer Condor. Page 84 – Link.
Global Bus. Sphere artist Lars Fisk rolls his own Volkswagen bus. Page 16 – Link.
And here is the top article you’re reading from every volume of MAKE (1 through 11)!
Backyard Zip Line. Be the hit of the neighborhood with a high-flying, tree-to-tree transporter. Page 72 – Link.