Inno Racks Universal Multi Fork Rack

Inno Racks Universal Multi Fork Rack
Inno Racks Universal Multi Fork Rack
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Universal Multi Fork Rack by Inno Racks
The love affair between you and two-wheeled objects started long before you lost your first tooth. Now you have a full set of choppers, and you love to ride more than ever. The Inno Racks Universal Multi Fork Rack gives your bike a first-class seat to the next adventure. Take your mountain bike to Fruita and learn to love Colorado singletrack. Or take your roadbike through the Colorado National Monument and cultivate your obsession with thigh-burning hill climbs. The universal fork mount comes with adapters for 9mm, 15mm, and 20mm thru-axles, so you have no reason to leave any of your 'friends' at home. The rack is made from lightweight aluminum, and fits most square, round, and factory-installed crossbars. If the hotel doesn't allow bikes, the included lock and keys will help protect your bicycle from sticky fingers.

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SKU: INO000C
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