I have a gravel bike, a Nukeproof Digger, and I'd like to fit a lightweight pannier rack to it. It comes with 2 rear facing eyelets on the seatstays.
Pannier racks seem to mount using eyelets on the side of the seatstay, rather than rear facing, like this:
How can I mount a pannier rack using the eyelets on my new bike? Do I need to fashion some kind of 90-degree bracket?
Update following answers: thanks to everyone who answered. I went with the "make an L-shaped bracket" option. I made a bar from 2mm aluminium, bent the ends 90 degrees and drilled holes in the correct places. Here's the result:
I used blue threadlock on all the bolts (M5 throughout, M6 seemed like overkill) to prevent them shaking loose. Pretty happy with it and seems very robust.