Eddy openly states how stupid Kevin's bike is, diverting his attention to Eddy and the scam. When Kevin shows up to confront Eddy, he is quickly introduced to "Crazy Ed's Hot Bikes" and the wide selection of bikes available. He is almost immediately shown this particular bike. Kevin, for some odd reason, really likes the looks of the bike and asks Eddy if he can try it out, to which he agrees. He gives it a test run around the block. Everything starts out okay, the bike runs and works fine, even being able to pull off tricks. But soon the scam is ruined when, due to its poor design, it falls apart. Eddy gets hit by the pedal Kevin threw at him while Edd complains about why they used kitchen utensils for pieces.
Before the imminent failure of the scam, Edd complains to Eddy that he shouldn't have let Kevin test the bike. He said that the instructions given to him were to "build a bike that looked good," and that was it. He also complains that Eddy told him that Kevin "wouldn't do that," in regards to doing tricks on the bike. Eddy's mistake for this scam was to not anticipate potential customers wanting to try before they buy, resulting in bikes that looked good, but were unfit to perform.
- Lawn Chair (seat)
- 2 Large Inner Tubes (tires)
- 1 Small Bike Tire (to pose as a main wheel)
- 2 Golf clubs (handles)
- Bike Pedals (makes the bike going)
- Toaster (to pose as the gas tank)
- Oil Can (fake head light)
- Blue Metal Poles (to a pose as a body)
- Spoon and Forks (wheel's wires)