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Carrying Your Picnic Stuff On Your Motorcycle

27
June
2007
  Posted at 04:42:07 PM
  File under  New Products
  Author: Mike Werner
  Location: Normandy, France

Picnic for one
Carrying a classical picnic basket on your motorcycle is not the done thing, unless you maybe have a trailer. Imagine a picnic basket tied to your top case...Crazy Smiley.

Here's a potential solution. It looks like it's still in prototype stage, but even a RTW rider should be interested in this.

Or if you're not riding the bushes of Africa like the Dynamic Duo {link}, you can take it to the next MotoGP race or motorcycle ride-out.


Made out of lightweight but hard plastic, the compact and waterproof unit contains a plate, a cup, cutlery and room for food.

The unit(s) should fit will in a topcase or tankbag.

No prices or availablity known.

The designer is Roger Kellenberger from Germany.

Via: Gizmodo



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