I know you have to get dressed, go shopping, get ready to go to the movies, take your dog for a walk, and so on.
You can’t do all of that while on the move.
You also have to be able to defend yourself.
This is especially true when you’re going to be in a situation where you’re carrying something that you think might be a threat.
But when you think you can do this in the comfort of your own home, where you can leave your belongings behind, and where you don’t have to worry about being mugged by the police, why wouldn’t you want to get yourself one?
If you’re a professional or student, there are a number of ways you can dress up your bike carrier in a way that makes it more attractive to passersby, while still providing a secure and concealable way to get around the neighborhood.
I’ll walk you through the basic steps of how to dress up a bike carrier to make it as sexy, stealthy, and stylish as possible.
Choose a Bike Carrier with the Right CoverLets start with what really makes the most sense.
Bike carriers have a very specific design to them: the front and rear.
The front is where the bike carrier is mounted, and it has two doors on either side of it, one with a sliding door and one with an opening on the side.
It also has two pockets in the back, one on the top and one on each side.
The top pocket is the bike itself, and the bottom pocket is where you put the wallet, cell phone, and keychain.
Dress Your Bike CarrierThe next step is to find a bike that fits the way you want it to fit.
To help with that, I’ve included two videos below that cover both the front door and the rear door of the bike.
If your bike fits snugly, but you want something more flexible, I recommend a padded carrier.
These are designed to be more comfortable than a regular bike carrier, but also easier to handle when moving.
Buy an Open-Cell Bike CarrierLets go back to basics.
Here are some great options for the open cell bike carrier.
I recommend these two models: The OZB Cycle Carrier: This is the only carrier that’s made of open cell foam.
The foam is designed to keep out moisture and other contaminants, so it’s great for transporting children.
In addition to the open cells, the OZB has a removable seat that you can use to carry a smartphone or other mobile device.
Lever Your Bike InThe bike carrier needs to be removable.
One of the best ways to get rid of that annoying bike lock on your bike is to get your bike covered with a velcro strip that you attach to the bike’s seat.
Velcro strips are a great way to secure your bike to the outside of a bike, as they’re easy to put on and remove.
Get a Velcro ShieldTo make your bike even more secure, you can buy a velco-strip shield.
This is a small, flexible, and easy-to-use shield that attaches to the front of the carrier.
You don’t need to worry too much about how much you’ll be able get through it. 6.
Add A BatteryThe next way to add a battery to your bike carrier is to add some additional battery capacity.
Battery-operated bikes have a standard 1,500mAh or 2,000mAh battery that you need to plug in.
For a bike with a battery pack that lasts more than 30 days, you could use a battery extender.
Upgrade Your Bike’s FrameA common way to upgrade your bike’s frame is to upgrade the frame itself.
Some bike frames have upgraded suspension components that increase the amount of suspension travel.
However, for a bike frame with a longer travel frame, the most common upgrade is to increase the frame’s wheels.
Use A Bicycle Seat for MobilityA bike seat can provide the best of both worlds: it provides a secure seat, and can help protect your bike from theft.
Using a bicycle seat can also provide some extra protection to your back, as you’ll likely be leaning on the bike while sitting in it.
I’ve also included a video below that shows you how to attach a bike seat to a bike and attach a backpack to it. 9.
Make Your Bike More ConcealableYou can also use the extra protection provided by a bike carrie to make your carrie even more effective.
When you’re traveling in a bikecarrier, there’s an extra layer of protection: the bicycle.