Thule Raceway Bike Rack

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MSRP : $220.00

Product Description

Thule's Raceway is as stylish as it is functional and easy to use, so it's the perfect complement to your 4-wheeler. Thule's innovative Fit Dial lets this sweet rack easily attach to most vehicles, while the tough straps secure it in place. Then, rubber anti-sway cradles prevent your bikes from swaying into each other and the integrated locking cable keeps your precious cargo safe. The Raceway folds for storage too.

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Trunk rack - Saris Bones RS vs Thule Raceway

Can anyone recommend or make a critique regarding these 2 new racks that uses cables. I'm thinking that as long as u install the racks properly and tie the bike down it's even more secure than a roof rack. I've got roof racks and thule big mouth and the petrom consumption is quite high - i wouldn't ... Read More »

Raceway Woods - Carpentersville, Illinois

The first phase of official singletrack at Raceway Woods has finally been completed. A big "THANK YOU!" to everyone involved in getting this project off the ground!:thumbsup: Now hopefully (with a little bit of luck), the second phase of trailwork could begin as early as next Spring, so we'll keep ... Read More »

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Thule Raceway

Did a quick search and only yielded one thread of someone with a stripping issue involving the ratcheting mech. No biggie I guess as there is a lifetime warranty. Anyone else use this and what are your impressions? El cheapo bike rack I have now dented the trunk on my fiance's car. So I plan to ... Read More »

Thule 9001 Raceway rack review

Picked up this rack for a song. See "buyer's remorse" thread in the Passion forum. Anyway here goes: Pros: -Very, very stable -Bikes stay put and move together(no rubbing of bike on bike). -Easy to mount on car and very adaptable to wide variety of vehicles(assuming some here). Able to mount ... Read More »

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