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Thule Thru-Axle Adapter
$49.95 - $79.95
Thule's Thru-Axle Adapter allows you to carry bikes with through-axle front forks on Thule and most other fork-mounted bike carriers.
Thule UpRide
$329.95
Thule’s UpRide is a universal upright bike rack with no frame contact, providing fast and secure mounting and maximum frame protection. - Ratcheting wheel strap quickly secures back wheel to tray - Maximum bike weight up to 20 kg. - No bike frame contact is made as the hook securely grabs the front wheel Suitable for bikes with carbon frames - Versatile design accommodates bikes with non-traditional frame designs, rear suspension, and bottle cages - Simple interface for switching carrier from one side of your car to the other - Fits most 20–29” wheel bicycles with tires up to 3" wide (up to 5” with Thule UpRide Fatbike Adapter, sold separately) - Locks the bike to the bike rack and the bike rack to the vehicle (locks sold separately)
Kuat TRIO
$198.00
This fork mount roof rack can handle any bike. Really. That bike you’re thinking of? Yes. Featuring the 3 Way fork-mount system, the TRIO can handle any bike you own. Top that off with a slim line design, security system, and rugged good looks, and you have the most complete fork-mount rack ever designed. 3 Way Fork Mount System - 3 Way fork mount system can handle any bike you own - Fits 9, 12, 15, & 20 mm forks with size-specific adapters - Adapters included with the TRIO: 9x100, 15x100, and 15x110 - Additional adapters available Additional Details - Easy Fit: Mounts to most factory and all aftermarket cross bars (max crossbar size: 3.5” wide by 1.5” thick) - Carrying capacity: 1 Bike Capacity (45lbs max) - Aerodynamic & Low Profile - Integrated Cable Lock (locks both frame and rear wheel): Style and security all at seven pounds - Sliding rear tire strap - Weight: 7lbs
Hurricane Components Fork-Up Mount Adapter
$50.00 - $75.00
- Adapters for mounting suspension forks to most auto bike racks - Solution to thru-axle issues or clearance problems between disc brakes & trays
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