Thule ProRide XT Upright Bike Mount

Thule ProRide XT Upright Bike Mount
Thule ProRide XT Upright Bike Mount
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ProRide XT Upright Bike Mount by Thule
If you're looking for a quick and easy way to secure your bike and get on the trail faster, the Thule ProRide XT Upright Bike Mount might be just the kind of thing you're looking for. While it may seem like a roof rack system would add to your loading time, this mount features an easy and intuitive design to get your bike loaded in a flash. Featuring two wheel trays and a uniquely designed frame holder, the ProRide XT positions your bike in its proper place in an instant. Once you secure the frame holder, the bike will sit in place as you secure the easily-adjustable and quick-release straps around the wheels. The frame-holder itself uses a claw design with soft padding that disperses pressure evenly around the bike's frame tubes, ensuring that there won't be any incidental damage on rugged mountain roads.

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