Yakima Frontloader Bike Mount

Yakima Frontloader Bike Mount
Yakima Frontloader Bike Mount
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Frontloader Bike Mount by Yakima
One of the biggest hassles with bike racks has always been taking off the front wheel, putting the bike on the rack, and then stashing the front wheel somewhere. Not only that--with a bunch of different front axle standards, you have to carry all kinds of adapters around. The Yakima Frontloader Bike Rack eliminates the hassle by allowing you to load the bike directly onto the car, wheels and all. The Frontloader works with all wheels sizes from 20-inch to full-size adult road bike wheels. The only places where the rack touches your bike are at the tires, so you don't have to worry about it scratching your frame. It's also compatible with any brake system and any frame configuration, so you don't have to carry adapters around with you.

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SKU: YAK0282
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