The Pashley Deli bike's large basket carrier is attached to two mounts (at least a pound of steel extra there), brazed near the back of the head-tube, and is not easily retrofitable. This, with the small front wheel, make it a surprising delight to ride—far from high-performance, but hard to equal for hauling rocks, sand, wine, groceries or large Macaws without a trailer. The mounting system lives on—in a lighter refined version—on Moulton bicycles, where their front platform and pannier racks carry touring loads with ease, stability and confidence.
Remember: At Pashley, "Wicker is the new Nylon, and Steel is the New Titanium."
P.S.: I've found a source for kickstand tips—Deluxe, made in the USA, just USD $1.40 ea.! They look sharp, and for ease of installation they handily beat the old golf-ball glued to the end approach. Everybody needs a couple! I can check, if need be, for proper fit on the dual-leg stand by Esge, but they are made for Esge and Greenfield center-mount (rear-mount is same) kickstands. Someone once asked, "How do you do it so cheap?" It's simple really: Volume, Volume, Volume! Bulk discounts on 100/1000/10,000-piece lots available.
P.P.S.: A solid kickstand comes in quite handy when making deliveries!
Yours in Cycling,
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