The FFRACK Fixed Frontal Rack Replaces the Wicker Basket

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Jul 12, 2012 • References: flickr &
The back rack and the wicker basket are not the look for every cyclist but this FFRACK Fixed Frontal Rack might just fulfill the transport needs and ideal aesthetic of other bicycle owners. Manufactured for a more industrial appearance from bent and joined tubular metal, this two-wheeler accessory actually becomes a part of your bike.

Creator Tomas Hernandez essentially took drop handlebars and added a chunky grate to the ends. The result is a flat horizontally-oriented rectangular frame that can be fitted and bungeed with boxes and bags. It's broad, it's sturdy and it sports a cool contemporary coat of white paint.

In case the FFRACK Fixed Frontal Rack becomes a nuisance for speed-based cycling, the designer has developed an easily detached head tube stem to swap in a set of lighter handgrips. Stats for Handy Handlebar Shelves Trending: Older & Warm
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