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post #11 of 15 Old 11-15-2012, 12:43 PM
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I don't want my wee stinking like that. [/QUOTE]


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I purchased a PVC pipe, cut a couple inches out lengthwise, built straps and used 1/4" aluminum to build a side mounted carrier. I remove one side of the Jesse luggage and mount it up. [...]

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When you mentioned hockey gear, I never thought of ice hockey (not played that much here) and I wondered what the problem was with getting a pair of shorts, singlet, chin pads, a small hockey stick, and boots onto the bike.


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When you mentioned hockey gear, I never thought of ice hockey (not played that much here) and I wondered what the problem was with getting a pair of shorts, singlet, chin pads, a small hockey stick, and boots onto the bike.

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yeah, I suppose that would be an easier fix.

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post #15 of 15 Old 11-16-2012, 12:20 AM
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Here a couple pics I snapped after returning from the rink this evening. It's really not a big deal to lug hockey gear around.

I remove all my hard bags and strap the hockey back sideways on the rear rack. I tied a loop in the bungee cord on the right side of the bike. The stick goes through the bag handle and through the loop in the bungee and then is bungeed to the passenger footpeg. The only thing to watch out for is that the stick doesn't rub against the bike's plastics.

Three bungee cords total.

Give it a try.
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