Fastrax Wheel Mount Bike Rack

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Product Description

  • Does not require a horizontal frame tube
  • Prevents bike-to-bike contact
  • All models tilt down for rear vehicle access

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why does the direct mount make taking the wheel off easier?

I converted to a direct mount and it really is easier. I always had trouble taking the rear wheel off but I havent been biking for that long so Im not sure why the direct mount is easier. Im not going to put the b pivot back on to try to figure it out and was hoping someone knew the answer. does ... Read More »

hitch mount wheel cradle bike racks

Is anyone using one of the lesser-known brands of hitch mount wheel cradle bike racks such as Sportsrack or Swagman? I'd like to hear any recommendations, likes, dislikes, etc. I'm already using a Yakima FullSwing 4 on the rear of my van and now I've added a front hitch receiver and plan to get ... Read More »

fork mount on bed cover - how to secure rear wheel?

I'm planning to bolt a yakima blockhead to the top of my undercover tonneau (yes, with reinforcements underneath to keep it from ripping through). here's the mount: [url][/url] How could I secure the rear wheel down? A short tray with ... Read More »

Got a fork mount... now what to do with front wheel?

I got [URL=""]this[/URL] and attached it to a piece of wood that slides nicely into built-in grooves in the back of my Nissan Titan. So now that the bike is secure, I have a 29" wheel that I'm not sure what to do with. The same compa ... Read More »

Mount back wheel in the front

Hi everyone, Quick questions for the experts. Can I mount a back wheel of a mountain bike (cheap supermarket one) on the front after removing the cassette? I'm trying to make one working bike out of two trashed ones. Thanks, - DRead More »

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