There is a variety of things you will need for this project. Obviously, a bicycle, preferably one with a rear rack. If your bike doesn't have a rear rack, you will have to install one.
Do not use the seat-post only rear rack. Instead, use one with supports that attach near the reear wheel hub. These tend to run between $20 and $40 at bike shops, although when online bike suppliers like Bike Nashbar
start clearing out their inventory at the end of each season, you can find then for $10-$15. I paid $12 for Jodie's.
You will also need a sliding under-cabinet wire basket. I used one by elfa that I bought at The Container Store
- a two runner easy glider that was 12-7/8" x 16-7/8" x 8-1/2" h.
Finally, you will need a drill with bits for drilling metal, zip ties, wire cutters, two wire-lock pins and four small bungee cords (4").