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I needed a simple and cheap way to carry vegetables from our crop share this Summer. I really like my cruiser bike, but did not want to buy ...
A basket, and some 3/4" PVC pipe & fittings. I needed about 6 feet of pipe, 4 "T" s, 4 "L"s, and 6 caps.
The support for the basket is composed of a simple pair of mounts that screw to the existing hole in the frame by the axel. Most all bikes ...
Note that the "T" and the extended "L" on each side fit inside the diamond shaped construct of the basket. Different baskets may be a challenge, but this ...
Additional support is obviously needed so that the basket does not rotate back behind the wheel. This is done by a simple construct that goes around the seat ...
Caps and pipe are glued with pipe cement on the support side. The other connections are also glued of course.The, you will need to measure the appropriate length ...
It should look like this. Adjust and swap out pipe size as needed.
Done, now I can fetch veggies and other things.Removal will be simple.Unscrew screws and remove seat and lift off.It's quite sturdy.
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