Thule's versatile Low Rider is a handy bike mount that you can install in your vehicle, pickup truck bed or on virtually any flat surface. It features a sturdy 9mm-diameter quick release to securely support your 2-wheeler by its fork. And, the Low Rider is made of heavy-duty metal for strength and reliability. Plus, it features a pass-through hole for locking your rig with a cable lock, too.
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Tubus ergo, surly nice front rack or old man mountain ultimate low rider?
I can't decide on which on to go with. Part of me wants to settle on the tubus since it's relatively cheap.
The old man mountain has a better design in that the upper bars are able to be always level to the ground. But i ... Read More »
I weigh 130 lbs with gear and have a 2010 RS Revelation 150mm U-turn fork on my Mojo. I am running 30% sag in back, and some MTBR posters have suggested that I should have a similar percentage of sag up front, even though the RS manual talks about 15-25% sag. Do you agree, even for a 150mm fork? ( ... Read More »
I weigh 130 lbs with gear and have a 2010 RS Revelation 150mm fork on my Ibis Mojo. I am running 30% sag in back (as this is a DW link bike), and some MTBR posters have suggested that I should have a similar amount of sag up front, even though the RS manual talks about 15-25% sag.
So assuming th ... Read More »
SOME OF THE LOWRIDER BIKES AVAILABLE IN OUR ARENAL
16" "Original" Lowrider Bike w/Bent Fork ..................$150.00
120" "Original" Lowrider Bike w/Regular Fork ................... $150.00
16" "The Works" Lowrider Bike Gold/Chrome .................$250.95
20" "Original" w/logo 144 Spoke Lowr ... Read More »
Just for the fun of it I mounted a 7.5 x 2 shock to the Reign. For those fixated on BB height, it dropped the BB 11/16" to 13.5". More importantly, it slackened the HA to approximately 67 degrees and extended the wheelbase 1/4" to 44.75" (these numbers are with a Fox 36 @ 160 mm & Panaracer Fire FR ... Read More »