Thule Low Rider Bike Mount

Thule Low Rider Bike Mount
Thule Low Rider Bike Mount
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Low Rider Bike Mount by Thule
The Thule Low Rider can be mounted to practically any flat surface, offering you one of the most versatile solutions for bike transportation. The Low Rider is made of heavy duty metal and features a 9mm quick-release fork mount that holds your bike securely in place. The Low Rider mounts quickly and easily to any flat surface that you can drill four holes in.

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