Good plan. What do I need to weld exhaust pipes? It could be my new business. Just one customer so far. Me.
There used to be a time where you could take a class from an education institute. Like after hours high school classes. But I don't think any of that is around anymore. Might not hurt to ask your local high schools if they know of any.Hey guys I'm new a rider and I'm really interested in learning how to rebuild and customize bikes. You guys have any recommendations on where a beginner that doesn't know much should start if he wants to learn?
That's where I was aiming Critter but I realize not every town has a community college. But most have a high school and they can point to the nearest trade school or higher education facility. But you are dead on.Check the local adult education classes put by your community college.
Sometimes just keeping an old bike running, is experience enough. I suggest you start with that. By the time you change all the bearings, which includes the wheels, swing arm and steering head, then fix the brakes, and get spark and lights, and change the tires and fix the seat, and replace the shocks and replace the oil in the forks, and check the alignment, and replace the exhaust and clean the carbs and actually turn it in to something you can ride, and go riding after buying some gear;Where do you think I should start if I like to learn to weld frames and other parts of the bike.