Bike Carrier / July 19, 2018 / Corette Jolicoeur
To get the most benefit and use out of your bike its important to take the time and choose the right one for your situation. Bike rakes are usually broken down into two categories - ones that go on top of your vehicle and ones that go behind. Both of these types work perfectly when installed correctly but your vehicle may only support one type. Read the instructions and label before purchasing any bike rack to ensure it will install properly on your make and model vehicle. If you choose to install a rack that mounts on the top of your vehicle be sure to watch for low clearances as you drive.
And who needs that? Whats really needed here? This isnt rocket science your main objective is quite clear; you simply want to be able to safely transport your bicycle on your car or truck. But with the dizzying range of prices and wide selection of styles of bike racks the choice becomes seemingly more difficult. You need a rack that properly fits into your vehicle and falls within your pay scale yet securely assures safe conveyance of your bike. Ask yourself some questions In order to determine your specific needs when it comes to bike racks you need to take a closer look at the vehicle with which you will be transporting the bike.
For those who do not want to put racks on the top of their cars you would probably be better off going with this one. This type of rack is really easy to put on and take off your car. This is one of the reasons why it is such a popular rack. Spare Tire Mounts If you are hauling one or two bikes the spare tire mounts are great. They cost less and are less of a hassle to use. You basically connect straps to your spare tire and strap the bikes on. This will keep you from doing any high lifting but if you have more than two bikes this one wont work for you. These type of rack are designed for SUVs because you need a spare tire to mount it to.