Bike Carrier / July 21, 2018 / Colette Plaisance
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.
Usually you can select from the three types of bicycle storage for your car such as the hitch rack truck mounted rack and the roof rack. You can use the roof bike racks if you do not want to hinder the trunk and rear area of the car. This is commonly used by serious cyclist. However if you are transporting your bicycle in short trips you can use the truck mount racks. It facilitates easy and quick transport of your bicycle. The advantage of this bike racks is that it can be easily mounted and detached as well as protect your bike from debris. If you do not have any idea about choosing bike racks you can browse over the internet or read magazines books and manuals.
Why A Yakima Bicycle Carrier? OK I know there are a lot of bike racks available in the market and it is sometimes mind boggling to decide which one to buy. Let me help you by telling you the pros and cons of a Yakima Bike Rack: Cons You have to mount it yourself Less flexible with the 5-bike option Bulky The Pros however far out weighs the Cons namely: Durable with a very sturdy frame Easy to install Easy on your paint Secures the bicycles firmly. Backed with a lifetime warranty Having pointed out the advantages and disadvantages I truly believe that a Yakima bicycle rack is a very good investment for cycling lovers because it is not only safe for your bikes but it also makes transporting it a breeze.