It’s an age-old problem: You’ve ridden your bike to the market to pick up some fruits and veggies – but how do you balance a sack full of groceries while pedaling home? Backpacks and messenger bags work for light loads, but if you’re shouldering a heavy burden you’ll want to distribute the weight directly to your bike’s frame. That’s where Dutch company Fietsklik comes in – they’ve developed a clever modular “click” system that allows you to easily attach and detach hardshell cases, bags, and other accessories to your bike’s rear rack.

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Fietsklik‘s innovative locking base fits on 95% of all racks, and it allows you to attach a range of accessories – including a “Crate” hardshell container that fits a full case of 24 beers, a laptop bag, a messenger bag, and a child seat. The system quickly clicks on and off, letting you seamlessly carry goods from the store to your home without skipping a beat. Fietsklik recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring its line to the United States – check it out here!

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