Bike Carrier / July 21, 2018 / Belda Beaudoin
The normal passenger vehicle is the car that is seen the most with a roof bike rack installed. This includes 4 door sedans coupes and hatchbacks. The size and height of these automobiles is what makes roof racks ideal. Cyclists can easily put their bicycles on and take them off with ease. It is possible to install these on an SUV or truck but there are better solutions available. Also sometimes its not efficient to do so because of the raised aspect of a sport utility vehicle or short roof length of a truck. A roof bike rack system is popular with sedans also because of the versatility and usefulness.
There are many other types of storage options that will work effectively and securely that will enable you to store your bike in a space that is small or large. Other types of Indoor Bicycle Storage include: • Free standing floor • Ceiling to floor tension bicycle storage • Wall mounted bike storage • Vertical storage for your bicycle • Wall hooks If you live in a small space and you own a bicycle you obviously will want to have a good and secure way to store your bike. You will also need a way to store your bike that will not take up a lot of room. If you have some wall space you will be able to mount your bike on a wall with a wall hook or a wall mounted rack.
Boot Clips Racks These bike racks work by fastening straps around the edge of a cars boot or bumper. Two arms attach to the bike underneath the top tube and straps or bungees hold the bike in place. Although the initial installation is quite tedious due to adjusting strap lengths they can then be used in just a couple of minutes. These models require very little lifting are suitable for nearly any bike and is the cheapest style of bike rack. Like hitch racks these models impair boot access are vulnerable to high curbs and make it more difficult to fit into parking spaces.