Thule Wheel On Bike Rack

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Product Description

  • Fast wheel loading and unloading with easy drop-in fork design
  • Fork design also doubles as wheel security feature
  • Zero adjustment anti-spin device
  • Fits all quick release wheels from 24" to 29"
  • Maximum versatility with adjustable carrying angle

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