Introduction: Bike Picnic Box

Step 1: Measure Frame and Lay Out Wood

Draw up a design and figure out the angles to be cut. Once cut, nail and glue the wood together.

Step 2: Make Slat Wood Walls

lay wood slats on the box frame an mark cuts to be made glue on slats Cut wood board and screw in hinges Create wooden slider to fit your frame perfectly and install with angle irons

Step 3: Riding *important*

Don't forget to measure pedal height and width so you can still ride it

Step 4: Ride and Enjoy

Revel In its glory and take it to your favorite picnic spot! Enjoy the great outdoors!


emtnessa made it! (author)2014-08-08

or have some style (and flexibility) buy a basket for your bike $5-10, which is also removeable and put a picnic basket in it!

misterman made it! (author)misterman2015-05-16

this box is equally easy, if not easier to remove than a basket mount. but yes that would also be an option for carrying things around

OTP1 made it! (author)2013-11-21

Love it, brilliant idea

misterman made it! (author)2013-06-27

Depends on the person but mine is 5"

cblair5 made it! (author)2013-06-24

How wide is your box? I have been contemplating making myself one and I struggle with the width so that I can be sure that I don't hit my legs on it.

Mrballeng made it! (author)2013-06-13

This is awesome. I wish I would have thought of that!

mcraghead made it! (author)2013-06-10


DR. Bacon made it! (author)2013-06-10

I thought it said "bike panic box" XD

vincent7520 made it! (author)2013-06-10

What a great idea !
You should add a an icebox on the handlebar for a good old dry martini (stirred not shaken) !!!…

Kiteman made it! (author)2013-06-10

These are cool.

I saw one of these online a while ago - the drop-down door had a cord attached to keep it level as a small table when it is opened, and the box itself was compartmentalised to stop the flask etc getting jumbled as you rode.

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