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il Pirati:.This sounds really fun! I hope someone with some videography skills documents the event.
Chris Taylor:Just posted this in another strand, but wanted to post here, as well: traveling to Solana Beach tomorrow and need to know if my extra cycle will fit on the Coaster. Anyone have any thoughts?
markphilips:The Zigo LeaderAll the functionality of a carrier bicycle, bicycle trailer, jogging stroller, conventional stroller, and bicycle in one brilliant system.http://myzigo.com/
thom:I guess this is the right thread for this question:So I'm doing some research for my next (read: someday) bike project and I think I'd like to put a porteur rack on the front. What is best practice for securing the rack to the fork? It looks like the Velo-Orange and Pass and Stow racks require a brazed-on fork mounting bracket built onto the fork, while the Cetma racks looks like they can be affixed via the front axle. Which is best? Any experience with either? I'd like to know whether I should be scoping out bikes with brazed-on mounting brackets or not.
thom: steel touring bike with brazed on fork rack mounts!
thom:Yup, that's exactly it. I
batmick:Hi Njord, that one is for lowrider pannier racks. porteur rack.
Protorio:As you might have seen yesterday, the Pass & Stow requires no special braze-ons (as Jan Heine discussed in his review in the Winter 2010 BQ). You need a fork crown hole, with brake or without, and eyelets at the fork ends. Front eyelets help, but Matt says its not necessary.
Protorio:Probably the best deal is the Gamoh rack, which Sky can probably get. Made in Japan! $110! Pretty good deal.
t.e.d:I saw your Surly in VC this morning and thought, "She must be having too much fun on that Xtracycle". haha
bëany:We discussed moving into a larger house so we could buy an extra bike or two like an xtracycle.