This is nothing new, but I thought I’d pass it along as a follow-up to the previous post about front carriers. One issue with carrying heavy loads on the front fork is that the wheel can flop to the side while loading, dumping your cargo and possibly even dinging your frame in the process. Aftermarket solutions exist (mostly self-centering springs), but they’re not easy to find (let me know if you have a source). What I do is carry a toe strap with me, and whenever I’m loading the front rack with anything heavy, I loop the strap around the downtube and front wheel. It’s a simple solution that actually works pretty well. I also use the same technique to keep the wheel from flopping when my bike is in the workstand. Anyone else have a homegrown anti-flop solution they’d care to share?