Thule OutRide Fork Mount Bike Carrier

Thule OutRide Fork Mount Bike Carrier
Thule OutRide Fork Mount Bike Carrier
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OutRide Fork Mount Bike Carrier by Thule
Sleek, lightweight, and convenient, the Thule OutRide Fork Mount Bike Carrier securely transports your bike with a professional look and feel, but without breaking the bank. This fork mount rack's lockable skewer and same-side adjustment ensure exceptionally fast loading time and confident security, while the versatile design is compatible with standard 9mm axles and most disc brakes to keep you covered. A quick-release wheel strap firmly secures the rear wheel for smooth travel, and the innovative tray is able to carry bikes with tires up to three inches in width. And when you stop for a bite to eat or some gas, Thule made a lock (sold separately) that easily locks the bike to the rack and the rack to the vehicle.

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SKU: THU007S
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