a Cross Country Rider
from Dallas, TX, US
Date Reviewed: December 24, 2008
Strengths: - By far the lightest hitch rack on the market (14lbs).
- Constructed out of aluminum so it will never rust.
- Super stylish-looks like nothing else on the market.
- It's easier to install on my vehicle than other racks I have used.
- Fast and easy to load and unload bikes.
- Completely folds up and stores anywhere when not in use.
- Folds down for hatch access.
- Can hold three bikes with more room per bike than my Thule Expressway.
Weaknesses: - It's a little more expensive than similar steel racks by Thule and Yakima, but after using it I would pay even more for the advantages it offers.
Without question I would recommend this rack to anybody.
I won't post up the full name, but I am looking for some intel on WC. Maybe some gps files of a good ride. My riding group heads to WNC 4 or 5 times a year, and we have done it all in the immediate Asheville area. We have done all of the PAS rides at least once, most multiple times. Our favorite ... Read More »
Would love your insight here:
Linking to this from the frontrange forums bc i figure this is where all the folks with local course knowledge might gather, anyway.Read More »
Last year I did a pretty cool ride at WP, from Fraser: Tipperary->Flume->Chainsaw->Elk->DT2-WTB out to Vasqez Rd and the bike path back to Fraser. This year we are staying at the Village and I'd like to do a similar loop, but extend it. Is there any ST that cuts from Vasquez over to the Village? ... Read More »