Security and convenience are the two things we ask for on bike racks. After all, we can't get too excited about something that doesn't contribute to the ride of our bikes. What a good rack can do, however, is give us peace of mind while traveling to new trailheads with our bike on top of the car. The Thule ProRide Upright Bike Mount easily installs tool free with cam-action levers to crossbars on Thule AeroBlade Edge, Thule AeroBlade, square and round bars. The rack holds one bike, up to 44 pounds, and is super easy to load and unload your bike as you don't have to remove the wheels. What makes this rack unique is it automatically positions the bike while securing due to the frame holder and wheel tray design. A dial at the base of the rack closes the clamp on the frame making it easier to secure bikes on taller vehicles and it has a torque limiter and a wide soft clamp to prevent damage to frames from over torquing. This is especially handy on lightweight carbon frames. The sliding wheel holders adjust to accommodate different wheelbases and a fat bike adapter is available separately that will hold up to 5in wide tires. The lightweight anodized aluminum wheel tray is rustproof and corrosion-resistant and with the pivoting arm folded down, it's low-profile reducing wind noise. One-Key System lock cylinders are available separately to secure both the bike and the rack, keeping both secure.
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