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Golf Clubs and Biking

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MotoredTed

Guest
I have been thinking about how to get to the golf course with my clubs. Im sure I can get 4 or 5 of them strapped to my bike somehow,maybe a sunday bag or something. I just wondered if we had any Golfer Motered Bikers in the forum? And how are you doin it.
P.S. Augie I did a search and found nothing.

Ted
 


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wavygravy

Guest
use really small clubs, then you could tie them to the spokes & carry the whole set! lol!
 

srdavo

Well-Known Member
Joined
Nov 4, 2006
Messages
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I towed my pushcart behind a bicycle once. It worked well at low speeds. (10-12 mph) On a downhill, near the course, I picked up some speed ...the cart started whipping back & forth & flipped upsidedown, before I could slow down. I had prolly a dozen golfballs rolling down the hill. It musta been quite a sight! hahaha
 
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Abeagle

Guest
That was too funny srdavo, I could see that happening to me.
Thanks for that info.
 
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Dockspa1

Guest
Just get a child carrier trailer or make one. Do a search and you will see a post on how to make one out of conduit. I found a double child trailer at the local thrift shop for around 25 bucks.
 

azbill

Active Member
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Dec 15, 2006
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the trailer idea seems like a good one
get a used one...or build, if so inclined:D
(leave the snap-on top off and you could carry a full set easily)
 
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Large Filipino

Guest
If you don't like the trailer idea,build a trike,or even a sidecar!
Or get one of them double baskets that go over your rear tire and modify one side to accept your bag and the other side for odds and ends.
 
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smitty

Guest
Somewhere around here (computer) I saw a specialized rack to carry a baseball bat. I think it was mounted to an old Sting Ray. It held it vertically mounted off the rear axle. Perhaps you could fabricate one for a golf bag, although I realize golf clubs are quite a bit heavier. I found another forum(!?!?) called The Classic and Antique Bicycle Exchange, maybe I saw it there.
 
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