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A great hack came through the BikeHacks! Flickr pool from xddorox. No need for further comment, it's taken care of in the photos!
Posted by Matt at 12:13 AM in DIY, Rack, Repurpose, Storage | Permalink
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If you know where to obtain them these (syringe) needle bins make quick and dirty saddle bags, and the Biohazard symbol make them look dangerous :)
06/14/2012 at 06:03 AM
It's a pity you need to put holes in it, otherwise it'd be waterproof too. I'm sure it could be sealed easily with a bit of silicone though.
06/14/2012 at 08:10 AM
How timely. I just had my 2nd cheap Bell (nylon?)saddle bag begin to tear. I'm thinkinging some sort plastic container from the thrift store with a neoprene or cloth sheath with a handle that can be used to attatch to the seat rails.
I'm looking into this!
06/14/2012 at 09:24 AM
Looks like a 3rd zip-tie around the seat-post would hold it steady and minimize noise. Beyond that, stuff a sock into it to keep everything from jostling around.
06/23/2012 at 05:30 AM
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