Saris MTR 2 Bike Add-On

Saris MTR 2 Bike Add-On
Saris MTR 2 Bike Add-On
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MTR 2 Bike Add-On by Saris
Bring the whole crew next time with the MTR 2 Bike Add-On. Made from American-made steel and aluminum for maximum strength, this add-on rack is attached to your MTR rack without tools, frustration, or breaking a sweat. Roomy wheel trays wrap bike tires up to 5-inches wide for a stable hold, while dual-arm wheel holders never touch the bikes' frames, keeping the bikes locked in position through the bumpiest of rides.

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SKU: SRS1WVU
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