Bike Rack / July 21, 2018 / Avelaine Labrecque
You already have a car right? Now you need to decide which bicycle rack will be right for that car and for the number of bicycles you need to carry.This article will explain in a bit more detail about the three main types of bike racks and which cars they are best suited too. 1. Roof Top Bike Rack If you really want to look like a Tour de France competitor then go for the roof top bike rack look! Most pros use these because they need the trunk space and any extra space to fit more bikes in. This option is suited to people who dont mind climbing up on top of their vehicle to load and take off their bikes.
I would also suggest getting a receiver bike rack that fits both Class 2 and Class 3 hitches. You cannot get Class 3 hitches for all vehicles and if also makes it easier to move the hitch to other vehicles such as your friends car because its their turn to drive. Some other issues to keep in mind when using bike racks. First when you have 2 or more bikes on you bike rack they will probably rub together and scratch you bikes. There are accessories that will help you keep your bicycles away from each other but I have not used them "yet". And second some smaller mountain bikes will not fit on your bike rack.
Ease of use quality of construction and price is taken into consideration to offer the consumer the best possible value. Bell makes some of the best helmets in the industry so protection and safety is always on their mind. This can be seen in their bicycle rack products as well. The straps on the hitch racks are just as tight as other models as well as the build quality of the hooks and tie downs that are employed. For those searching for an alternative to other pricey bicycle carrier racks for automobiles Double and Triple models of the trunk mount racks may be just the right choice.