DIY Bike Storage Shed // Beginner Woodworking Project // Outdoor Storage // Storage Solutions

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I know I called this a bike shed, but it could really be used for anything! It would be great for firewood or other outdoor items.


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20 Replies to “DIY Bike Storage Shed // Beginner Woodworking Project // Outdoor Storage // Storage Solutions”

  1. Goddamit if you did what you did on the ground with no workbwnch and only limited tools, all my excuses are just lame.

  2. This is awesome. Though I would expect everything in there to get a good soaking during any sort of vigorous rain storm.

  3. Lovely video content! Sorry for the intrusion, I would love your thoughts. Have you researched – Mahorrla Wooden Paradise Method (just google it)? It is a smashing one of a kind product for building better sheds and woodworking without the headache. Ive heard some super things about it and my friend after a lifetime of fighting got cool success with it.

  4. Nice build. I'm going to build a same shed like this one but mine should be waterproof because I don't want to deal with rust every year after the winter time. so I need to add doors and the put a small gap if any between the sides and the back. thanks for the video

  5. This is great!! I have a long(18') of narrow space on the side of my house. I plan on building two of these and setting them side-by-side. Great Job!!

  6. Absolutely love it! Made something similar with scraps for our fire wood back when I first got in to woodworking, and have been considering rebuilding it! Thanks for the inspiration 😊

  7. Nice. I love cedar which also looks great weathered and last forever with no sealant if you get tired of applying it every year.

    I am curious how long your kids will accept storing helmets out there after the first time they find a spider in one.

  8. You did very very well & most importantly you confess what mistake have you done. Lots of people making & showing their expertism even dont realize where was the mistake.

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