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Thule Pack 'n Pedal Basket

$99.95
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Why We Like The Pack 'n Pedal Basket

Being able to store essential items within hands reach is a luxury often lost when we step outside of our cars. However, Thule's Pack 'n Pedal Basket brings a dose of convenience to our life on two wheels by providing a space to store lunch, layers, backpacks, and even grocery bags. Easy to install and remove, Thule's mounting system securely attaches and quickly disconnects in a matter of seconds with basic tools.

  • Lightweight bike basket for carrying small or large items
  • Durable construction is soundless on bumpy roads
  • Easy to install and remove with readily available tools
  • Attaches to rack decks/rails on front or rear(rack not included)
  • Fits best on Thule racks, but will work on virtually any bike rack
  • Item #THU002X

Material
polypropylene, aluminum
Volume
1617 cu in
Number Included
1
Compatibility
fits most racks
Dimensions
15.7 x 7.9 x 11.8 in
Claimed Weight
2lb 9.6oz (1180g)
Recommended Use
commuting
Manufacturer Warranty
5 years

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>Rating: 4

Super Functional

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Like all Thule stuff, this is a super functional and well-designed product. I can fit LOTS of groceries on the back of my cruiser and it is really secure and stable. The only drawback for me is the "cool" factor. While this definitely gets the job done, it is plastic with a Thule logo - definitely not the look and feel of a handmade bamboo hipster basket you'd see on the streets of Portland!

>Rating: 4

Really Cool

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Have it on my commuter for picking up groceries and carrying 6 packs. No complaints and has held up well.

>Rating: 4

Great basket, but not easy to take off.

The good: Pretty, solid and with a good size. The bad: You can't take it on and off easily, since you need to screw it on with 4 screws.

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will this work on bikes with fenders?