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I have an attachment for a carry-on basket on my bike. Anyone else have something like this? Mine is probably only big enough for one grocery bag, but is pretty helpful. It isn't something I would bring on the trail, though. My boyfriend insists it's the nerdy-est thing he's ever seen :p
 

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Like most guys, I do prefer the back-pack over the basket for many reasons. But, I have used a rear rack on my road bike that clamped on the seatpost. I will say that was incredible helpful for taking my lunch to work, retrieving car parts, and carrying tasty beverages to a party. lol.

Tell your guy he is lucky to have a girl that even tolerates bike riding, not to mention the fact you actually ride. Tell him to shut up or you'll put a basket on his bike too. lol. Make sure it's a pink one.
 

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... Mine is probably only big enough for one grocery bag, but is pretty helpful. ... My boyfriend insists it's the nerdy-est thing he's ever seen :p
One grocery bag is the size of how many beers? 12?

If your boyfriend thinks carrying 12 beers is nerdy, you need to change boyfriends. :)
 

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On my city bike I have two foldout baskets on the rear, a cool pack thingy 5x12x10 inches on top of the rear wheel rack, a tool bag under the seat and a soft handlebar bag on the front.
Just have racks all over my touring bike with panniers for front sides, top front wheel, rear sides and top of rear wheel and a little frame pack and a tool bag under the seat. with three water bottle cages
 
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