Bike Rack / August 14, 2018 / Garland Montminy.
If you do have to get a trunk style bike rack then choose one that doesnt rest on the back bumper. That will help you out a lot. A good friend of mine recently bought a new bike rack for his car only to find that it didnt fit the car very well and it wasnt very sturdy. So if you are looking for information on bike racks for cars then make sure that you do your homework first before wasting the time and money on a model thats not suited to you or your car. There are three types of bike racks for cars and within these there are many models that are suited to either a hatch backs minivans SUVs a vehicle with a spare tire and so on.
youll have to research the brands and options just like an other major purchase. But as stated above finding out the number of bikes youll need to transport is a good place to start your bike rack search. A bike rack is perhaps one of the most important accessories of a bike. It is deemed as necessary in which it provides safe secure as well as durable storage whether at home garage or on the road. Different types of bike racks serve different purposes. There are racks that are used for indoors outdoors and travelling use. These different types of racks were created for different types of people.
Roof rack your bike shop out of the way but it makes the bike a little difficult to store and retrieve forcing you to reach above your vehicle or climb on top to secure the bike. Especially if you travel with a family who has similar hobbies besides it does not arise concerns cannot leave room for passengers in the vehicle. Hitch rack that can hold up to four bikes still require trailer hitch for mounting the good news of this object is made of durable metal construction. You must be confused with racks there are many to choose from; surely you must choose the most suitable pump adjusted to the type of vehicle.
Specifically I purchased the Thule Spare Me bike rack. It attaches with a plate that goes behind the spare tire and has a threaded square tube that holds the rack in place. Then a lockable bolt tightens the rack against the tire and keeps it from falling off the end. The rack also folds down when not in use to keep it out of the way. I have been satisfied the this bike rack since I purchased it a few years back. I have no complaints it has served its purpose and it does exactly what it is supposed to. But I wish I had bought a receiver hitch bike rack. I already had a receiver hitch on my Jeep and the spare me bike rack adds extra weight to the spare tire that was not designed to support extra weight. I must note I havent seen any problems with the spare tire on my truck but Im still a little concerned.