Thule Peloton Bike Rack

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MSRP : $139.95

Product Description

It doesn't matter if you have a road or mountain bike, skinny or fat tires, V- or disc brakes, the Thule Peloton Roof Bike Carrier is up to the challenge. This bike platform is the world's #1 selling fork mount, and we can see whyit's effective, and easy to use. This bike carrier fits all disc and suspension combinations that have standard 9mm (0.35in) axles, accommodates tire widths up to 2.6-inches (6.6cm), and carries bicycles with a wheelbase up to 48-inches (121.9cm). The Peloton's dual-loc

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