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For drop bars it's as trivial as this: (as long as pizza box is smaller than your handlebars). Plastic bag with pizza box is hanged on hoods, and the bottom is supported by shifter cables. If you don't have a plastic bag around your pizza you can hold it with your hands. Shall work for time trial bars and some bullhorns as well. For flat bars you can ...


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I wiped out spread eagle on the pavement carrying a pizza box at night. One hand on the handlebars, one carrying the pizza. There was an unpainted speed bump that I didn't see cause my light was pretty dim. The pizza was fine. Thanks for asking. Went home and ate the pizza first then cleaned up my scrapes after. Moral of the story: always have a ...


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For the ultimate in pizza carrying, you want a pneumatic air suspension, pendulum-based anti-sway bar equipped carrier. This are/were used by ramen delivery bicylists in Japan, although they are getting rarer (people don't order delivery ramen noodles like they used to) and mostly on motorcycles now: With one of these babies, your pizza (or ramen) will ...


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I attached a waterproof spruce square (42x43 cm²) permanently with 8 cable zips to my luggage carrier. Corners rounded, holes for bungee cords drilled, bungee cords with cable zips permanently attached on the front sied (so they are not stolen). This is dirt cheap, a great help in everyday transport of any goods and lasts for over one year now. ...


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I normally just bungee cord in pizzas to my rear rack and go slowly over bumps and don't corner aggressively. Works fine for one pie. You could attach some plywood or something to the rack to provide a platform if you want it. For multiple pies though (delivery), I think a motorcycle-style carrier may be a good idea (for one, you'll want a heat retaining ...



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