Yakima Fork Lift Bike Carrier

Yakima Fork Lift Bike Carrier
Yakima Fork Lift Bike Carrier
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Fork Lift Bike Carrier by Yakima
The Fork Lift Bike Carrier is Yakima's answer to vehicles with stock roof racks already installed, so you can take your bike on a car ride even if you had no say over the setup of your rack. The adjustable trays and quick-release latch fit virtually any mountain or road bike, and the option to drop one of Yakima's SKS lock cores in means you can stop on long road trips without fear of losing your ride.

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SKU: YAK0262
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