Secure your two-wheeled mortgage payment to the roof without having to remove the front wheel, all thanks to the Inno Racks Tire Hold Bike Mount. A front and rear bar and ratcheting rear tire hold keep your bike in place without touching your frame or putting detrimental pressure on brake or hydraulic cables. The locking bike cables and key-and-lock system provides security against sticky-fingered assailants with an appetite for nicking delicious-looking toys.
Strengths: Holds to bike firm and secure, best bike rack on the market for me, solid, smart. Easy to use.
Brill, secures bike without holding any part of the frame, best bike rack for carbon framed bikes.
Love it :-)
a Cross Country Rider
Date Reviewed: July 15, 2012
Strengths: Supremely easy to load bike. The latching mechanism locks and an additional cable lock is included. Easy Install. Fits a huge amount of wheels. when not in use everything folds down and can be locked, when locked Rack cannot be removed from roof rails. and stable
Weaknesses: Some noise and its bulky compared to a fork mount but about the same as a high roller.
Much happier having bikes on roof away from the finder binder blues
I bought my Subaru last month and needed to switch from a hitch rack to a roof rack. Roof racks were foreign to me. That and the fact that I research every possible detail befor making a 'big' purchase decision led to many nights of reading reviews, watching videos, scouring sites ... Read More »
Looking to get a roof rack mount for the top of my Volvo wagon.
Are there any pros/cons to the fork mount racks vs. the ones where you can leave both wheels on?
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Sorry, no images, nothing specific yet, but I have it from Eurobike that V Rubber, (now having tires designed by former Kenda honch Jim Wannamaker), is showing a 26 X 4.0 fat bike tire.
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I've been watching the development of this brand on-line, since they seemed to be cold weather oriented. Maybe some clothing, and then I saw they were going to do studded tires. Okay. Makes sense....
But this morning on Facebook, I se this: [url=http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=268570773155 ... Read More »
Can someone tell me if these wheels are problematic? I put a Flow on the rear of my bike a few months ago because I taco'ed the Rythym Pro that came on my Remedy. I'd seen where everyone raved about the rims, especially when running tubeless. Ive been running tubeless on my Remedy wheels since I bo ... Read More »