Connect+ Basket

Available on backorder

78 reviews

Out of stock.
Delivery is expected in August.

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Cargo Basket with our quick Connect+ system for easy installation and removal.

Twenty (20) lbs weight capacity.
Dimensions:
Base: Width: 7 inches x  Length 10.5 inches x  Height 6 inches

This basket is compatible with any model that advertises the Connect+ system. This basket will connect to the following bike/accessories:

  • Cafe Cruiser (directly to integrated rear rack)
  • Portola (directly to integrated rear rack)
  • Rift (directly to integrated rear rack)
  • Ride1Up Front Rack (separate purchase – fits most Ride1Up models (see Front Rack product page for specific compatibility)
  • Ride1Up Rear Rack (separate purchase – ONLY fits CF Racer1, Core-5, Turris, LMT’D and LMT’D V2)

NOT compatible without CONNECT+ system

Basket Installation Guide

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Reviews

4.2
Based on 77 reviews
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Image #5 from Ed Hilton
Image #1 from Derrick D.

Derrick D.

Needs better screws to assemble basket. Very sturdy. Great quick connector works on both my bikes rear racks for easy interchange. Net cover is handy and secure. Carries my picnic, jacket, beach towel, binoculars, lock and water without having to unpack it all at every stop.

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Derrick D.

Needs better screws to assemble basket. Very sturdy. Great quick connector works on both my bikes rear racks for easy interchange. Net cover is handy and secure. Carries my picnic, jacket, beach towel, binoculars, lock and water without having to unpack it all at every stop.

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Kris

I just wanted to add photos of how the basket hits the frame of my Turris and the homemade bumpers I made using two squishy pieces of rubber and some electrical tape. They seem to solve the problem tho factory bumpers would be more durable.

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Kris

I just wanted to add photos of how the basket hits the frame of my Turris and the homemade bumpers I made using two squishy pieces of rubber and some electrical tape. They seem to solve the problem tho factory bumpers would be more durable.

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Image #5 from Ed Hilton

Ed Hilton

The basket is well-built, up to a point. I suspect no one at corporate HQ has tried to assemble one, or seen a finished basket. Overall I like it. But here’s the issue: the small m5x10 screws that hold the basket halves together. I have attached a couple of pictures. Two problems: the screws are very tight to tighten, resulting in the allen head recess getting mangled about halfway, so you need to finish with vice grip pliers. And then once the screws are fully inserted … they don’t sit flush, they stand proud by quite a bit. Looks very unprofessional. Because the bars are round, i don’t know how you would do it differently, but the way it is now is unacceptable.

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Image #6 from Ed Hilton

Ed Hilton

The basket is well-built, up to a point. I suspect no one at corporate HQ has tried to assemble one, or seen a finished basket. Overall I like it. But here’s the issue: the small m5x10 screws that hold the basket halves together. I have attached a couple of pictures. Two problems: the screws are very tight to tighten, resulting in the allen head recess getting mangled about halfway, so you need to finish with vice grip pliers. And then once the screws are fully inserted … they don’t sit flush, they stand proud by quite a bit. Looks very unprofessional. Because the bars are round, i don’t know how you would do it differently, but the way it is now is unacceptable.

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Image #7 from Ed Hilton

Ed Hilton

The basket is well-built, up to a point. I suspect no one at corporate HQ has tried to assemble one, or seen a finished basket. Overall I like it. But here’s the issue: the small m5x10 screws that hold the basket halves together. I have attached a couple of pictures. Two problems: the screws are very tight to tighten, resulting in the allen head recess getting mangled about halfway, so you need to finish with vice grip pliers. And then once the screws are fully inserted … they don’t sit flush, they stand proud by quite a bit. Looks very unprofessional. Because the bars are round, i don’t know how you would do it differently, but the way it is now is unacceptable.

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Image #1 from Derrick D.
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Image #3 from Kris
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Image #5 from Ed Hilton
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Reviews With Photos
1-6 of 77 reviews
  1. Anonymous

    Quick release for taking on and off the basket. Nice feature

    4 days ago
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  2. Janet

    Easy to install.
    Very handy and not too small. Great size for bike

    3 weeks ago
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  3. Lucretia B.

    Basket is cute and handy.

    4 weeks ago
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  4. Bradford

    Good size and very sturdy

    1 month ago
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  5. Mark D.

    A little hard to assemble, due to screws not aligning up, as mentioned in other reviews. Love the quick disconnect feature when we need to fold bike.

    1 month ago
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  6. Neil Freedman

    A bit difficult to put together. I never was able to get the screw hole aligned but I was able with a little “elbow greece” the get the screws in tight enough. It’s a perfect size to fit everyhting I need. The connect system is great.

    1 month ago
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