Cheap Entertainment: A DIY Indoor Crawling “Course”

Cheap Entertainment: A DIY Indoor Crawling “Course”

Mother Nature and a few days of wet weather provided the inspiration for a little project that I recently wrapped up. With a nod to Rich at 2 RC Productions, I created an indoor crawling/trail rig “course” made of a sheet of wood and two packs of wood shims. The beauty behind this type of setup is you can let your imagination run wild and add on as many new obstacles and barriers as you see fit. Mine is an ongoing work-in-progress, but after a few test drives on it, I can tell you that it’s not only fun to drive on, but also useful when testing out some of my recent rig upgrades.

Parts & pieces

All-told, the total cost for parts on this setup were just shy of $10. You can use any type of material that you want, and sometimes a piece that you have laying around from a home improvement project will fit the bill perfectly. ┬áI’d list out the items used, but honestly, they are wood and nails. ┬áNothing more than that.

Indoor crawling course

Indoor crawling course

Indoor crawling course

Indoor crawling course

Indoor crawling course

If you need a little more inspiration, check out Rich’s quick video if you want to get a little step-by-step detail on how he created his crawling section.

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