Our stylish polished stainless steel porteur rack is a heavy duty option for carrying groceries, a change of clothes or whatever you need for everyday adventures. It’s height adjustable fit almost any bike. road or mountain bike.
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Every bike purchase is shipped to your local bike shop for assembly, free of charge. You only have to pick it up when it's ready. We take care of everything, so you don't have to.
Spent lots of time searching front racks to build a town bike to commute and run errands. Most similar racks I found where twice the price or spoiled the look of most bikes. Then I found this, a functional, good looking rack at a fair price. I had a question and Ryan quickly replied to my email with accurate answers. I am totally loving the common sense and uncomplicated approach to bikes that this company has.
Sturdy, looks just like pictures, works great. Exactly what I wanted.
I mainly use my rack to carry a tool backpack to work. Currently tie the backpack to the carrier with some sash and a bowline and clove knot which works fine for the backpack. A cargo net will be more versatile for other loads. The rack is made very well and doubles as bike art. Plan on keeping up the wood with a clear water-base exterior wood finish and wiping down the stainless steel frame. I really like how it looks on my Calyer.
Love the rack. It did not affect the handling as much a I thought it might. It's a really practical place to toss a jacket or briefcase. The only drawback is that it does not come with a bungee or two - it's not so useful without them. I get positive comments on it all the time.
It was pretty straight forward putting this front rack on my bike today. Not a difficult project. But, that said, it turns an already eye-catching bike into something even more so, like some futuristic, ca. 1900, Parisian bike.
Adding on the rack does go the the wrong direction weight-wise, and adds a bit of torque per steering, but I’m trying to drive less, so this should come in handy.