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grayo59grayo59 Posts: 722
edited December 2007 in Workshop
I currently do runs for leisure and fitness and tend to do 20/40 mile rides from home but would like to sometimes start further afield - what carriers do you recommend and why?

Thanks in anticipation.
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  • willbevanwillbevan Posts: 1,241
    presume you mean car racks etc?

    What are you going to be putting it on?

    Hatch back, saloon, estate? something with a tow bar?, roof rack?
    Road - BTwin Sport 2 16s
    MTB - Trek Fuel 80
    TT - Echelon

    http://www.rossonwye.cyclists.co.uk/
  • DigbyDigby Posts: 17
    I have an 'xrack3' for putting my bikes inside my hatchback, Golf,
    These guys have it nailed, I use it for fettling, and storage, as well
    as transport, my pal has a rack as well so that we can transport 2 bikes
    side by side. This means the bikes aren't visible, are easy to get in and out,
    I can also do minor adjustments pre-ride if necessary.
    They are safe and secure in the car, if you need a 'pee' stop on the way home,
    and the way fuel prices are going, there is no loss of fuel economy, as the is
    with a roof or back car mounted carriers.
    Check out ...xrack3.co.uk. there is a picture of 2 road bikes inside a hatchback
    a 'Nissan Almera' I believe.
    :D:D:D:D
  • zoggzzoggz Posts: 58
    thule proride 591 roof mount are the dogs dangly bits.so quick to mount the bike.beats any tailgate mount.best 55. squid you will spend. try these


    [/img][/url]www.skidrive.co.uk

    :wink:
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