Swagman Bike Racks Enforcer Roof Rack

Swagman Bike Racks Enforcer Roof Rack
Swagman Bike Racks Enforcer Roof Rack
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Enforcer Roof Rack by Swagman Bike Racks
Whether you're transporting a featherweight carbon road bike, or your hefty long-travel enduro sled, the Swagman Enforcer Roof Rack holds your trusty steed securely so it stays safe when you're out on the open road. This fork-mounted roof rack comes with universal brackets that fit most types of cross bars, and is easily installed or removed without tools so you can take it off and store it when it's not in use. The adjustable wheel tray fits most bike lengths except for tandems and recumbents, and will work with tires up to 4-inches wide with the included ratchet strap. The Impakt Fork Mount works with 9 x 100mm quick-release and 15 x 100mm thru-axle dropouts right out of the box, but you will need a separately purchased adapter for any other axle standard. Fortunately, Swagman has them available for pretty much every standard, including 12 x 100mm thru-axle and 15 x 110mm Boost.

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