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Basil Front Carrier Slimfit - White

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  • Basil Front Carrier Slimfit - White
€24,99
Short description:
The trendy Basic Slim Fit front carrier from Basil features a handy spring clip for easy attachment to your bike.
Article number:
50369
  • Thoughtful design
  • Fashionable design
  • High quality
  • Since 1976

The Basil Front Carrier Slim Fit comes is a stylish front carrier in classic white, with spring clip fastening for easy attachment to your bicycle frame. This bike accessory is easy to hook onto the handlebar of most bike styles, with sturdy steel material making it a robust choice. The maximum load capacity of this front carrier is 10 kilograms, meaning you can take plenty of precious cargo with you, wherever you’re headed. This front carrier from Basil is suitable for bicycles with wheel sizes of 26-28 inches. There is also a lamp hook, meaning you can use your bike without any issue, whatever the visibility conditions. You’ll remain visible to other riders and motorists, even in the dark of night. It’s easy to attach your gear to your bike with this handy front carrier, allowing you to enjoy every bike ride to the fullest. Please note, this front rack is not suitable for bikes with a suspension fork. For that type of bicycle design, it’s better to seek a specifically tailored alternative.  In the mood for more stylish accessories for your bicycle from Basil? Browse our range of stylish saddle covers and bags in our expansive ranges today.

Features:

  • The Basil Slim Fit front carrier is available in classic white.
  • Simply attach the front carrier to the handlebar of your bike with easy hook attachments.
  • A maximum load capacity of 10 kilograms allows for lots of luggage to be carried by bicycle.
  • Dimensions of this rack are 32 x 15 x 33 cm.
  • Note: Not suitable for fixture to a bike with a suspension fork.
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