Choosing pedal power and recycled materials doubles your eco-impact. This bike basket is made from strips of recycled tire rubber on an iron frame by makers working with fair trade organization Noah's Ark in India. The basket features three adjustable straps on the back with stainless steel buckles in a brass finish to attach to handlebars. Due to the nature of the materials, this bike basket is all-weather durable and sleek as can be—the perfect companion for whatever kind of bike you like.
Made from recycled tire rubber
Supports Noah's Ark, a fair trade organization in India
BORING (BUT USEFUL) STUFF Dimensions: 12" l x 8" w x 9" h Materials: recycled tire rubber, iron frame, stainless steel buckles
SOURCE Handcrafted in India by fair trade handicraft marketing organization Noah's Ark International Exports in Moradabad, India. Noah's Ark provides benefits such as education and medical treatment for artisans and their families. As artisan businesses become more self-sufficient, Noah's Ark takes on new families. Since the company's inception, about 20 artisan workshops have become independent. Noah's Ark started in 1986, in one room of a family house in Moradabad. Businessman Samuel Masih observed that exporters and middlemen were taking advantage of handicraft artisans. He started Noah's Ark to promote these artisans and their crafts.
ABOUT THE COMPANY Ten Thousand Villages is a global maker‑to‑market movement that breaks the cycle of generational poverty and ignites social change. They provide ethically-sourced wares — that empower makers from around the globe.