Pedals and bottom bracket (BB) cups aren’t all threaded normally. For most American and British bikes (Italian and French bikes are different (of course)), the pedals can be loosened by turning the wrench toward the BACK of the bike. Bottom bracket cups can be loosened by turning the wrench to the FRONT of the bike.
Print this out on acetate, so you can look through it from the back when you go around to the other side of the bike.
My kid and I stopped into a military surplus place in Cotati, and I picked up a little medical kit. It’s a green nylon pouch with a green plastic box inside. The box closes, and the pouch has nice snap-through hardware. On the back of the pouch are two metal clips that lock.
It turns out these two clips are EXACTLY the height of two Wald basket wires, top to bottom on the medium.
The clips snap down and lock, and there are two grommets at the bottom of the pouch that you can zip tie to the bottom wires of the basket.
I put some first aid stuff in the pouch (since it’s a medical kit), and big gauze pad fits behind the box.
My wallet fits in front.
Inside is a tube, tire levers, some allen keys taped together, and an inhaler.
The box is easily removed for use.
And overall it complements a green Quickbeam quite well.