Looking into wine box bike baskets, they seem to all be in the front but this box is so large that I think it may need to go on the back. It will be just the thing to pick up my Community Food Share, with a bungee net over the lot.
I'm currently researching how to attach these boxes, here is what I've found so far:
1. A holder basket plus struts, which look nice in that you could bring in the box in bad weather.
2. A nice front rack
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The wine box is fastened to the rack with 8 hefty zip ties which are passed through holes drilled in the box. I reinforced the box with a couple of long square-drive stainless deck screws on each corner as wine boxes are nailed and will probably work loose otherwise. To protect the box from the weather I coated it inside and out with marine grade teak oil left over from another project. An oil finsh can be easily recoated as needed, will allow the wood to weather gracefully to a warm hue over time and won't chip off when banged around. In true Bakfiets style, I also drilled a couple of drain holes at the back, lower end of the box to keep standing water to a minimum when it's left out in the rain.
3. Perhaps my favorite, from Vélo Vogue, which is very simple with just struts and hooks. It looks like the light is mounted to the underside of the box.
Photo from Vélo Vogue.
If anyone knows of other inspiration, please comment. I will be sure to post lots of photos of whatever we end up with!