I love bikes, and I love riding bikes. Making bike accessories started with my wife asking me to add more utility to her bike.
The Brooklyn Box was designed for my wife's bike. The rear rack is fairly useless without the addition of something to carry stuff. This box is designed to flat pack and be assembled by the end user. Aside from mounting hardware the piece is fastener free, relying on internal friction to hold things together.
The Detroit Box was designed for my own bike. The curves and angles of the box mimic the curves and angles of the bike. This box is designed to flat pack and be assembled by the end user. Wedges provide the friction that hold things together. Mounting hardware is not needed as the piece uses the fasteners that are already on the bike.
Detroit Chain Guard
The Detroit Chain Guard was a response to the slender form of the bike. The minimal foot print of the guard allows it to complete its task without adding heft to the massing of the bike. A small bracket uses the bikes existing mounting points.