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    Interesting info... Looking for simple diy instructions. Seems like for a carrying rear rack, just need to find a way to attach a rear rack to the seat post
    Message 1 of 5 , Jan 30, 2013
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      Interesting info...
      Looking for simple diy instructions.
      Seems like for a carrying rear rack, just need to find a way to attach a rear rack to the seat post AND to the axle, like the Flying Pigeon. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flying_Pigeon
      Bike forum says it's the rack that needs to be strong.
      Looks like they carry a lot of loads in Vietnam, that battery must be pretty heavy to power the fryer.  http://www.flickr.com/photos/hecookssheeats/1843934949/
      A heavy duty Dutch rack on a normal bike (they are generally much sturdier build)



      Anybody have links or references to building your own Half Xtracycle.
      An xtracycle on a regular bike, with no wheel extension? Still strong enough to support a person sitting in the back, but less of a footprint. Saw some pictures somewhere of one... Thanks!







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