Yakima Boa Bike Rack

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MSRP : $69.00

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Product Description

The Boa is a unique and flexible designThat features a pivoting wheeltray enabling youTo mount bikes on a LoadWarrior cargo basket, or on standard Yakima crossbars at a killer price. Pivoting wheeltray enables itTo fit any crossbar spread between 32” and 50” Fork attaches quickly and easilyTo SKS-lockable skewer (locks sold separately) Disc brake-compatible Fits round and square crossbars

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Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by philipb a All Mountain Rider

Date Reviewed: June 26, 2013

Strengths:    Cheap, easy installation/removal, works.

Weaknesses:    None

Bottom Line:   
I have two of these we use while in Europe. I bought them 3 years a go and have had absolutely no problems. They mount on round or square crossbars. My wife and I have driven throughout Eastern Europe with our bikes mounted on the Boas. Some of the roads we drive are quite rough and these keep our bikes secure. The rear wheel holder is made out of plastic, but this has not been a problem, We do not leave these mounted on our car year around, but only mount them for our six week annual vacation. Mounting and set up is easy and only takes a few minutes.

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Duration Product Used:   3 years

Price Paid:    $60.00

Purchased At:   Ebay

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2013 Specialized S-works EVO Boa problems?

I'm curious if anyone else is having problems on the revised BOA 2 system? I put 2 rides on them and then became trapped in the shoe, ha! Took them into my local LBS and they went to replace the left top one. When inspecting the others, the store manager said all 4 were really bad. Replaced for f ... Read More »

S-Works BOA innards

I've received some parts for my S-Works shoes. The old BOA parts looked like this: [url]http://www.bike24.com/i/p/5/1/38815_00_d.jpg[/url] (the spools are all plastic). On the new parts however, the spools have small metal tips on them. Did I get the wrong parts, or can I use them? Thanks.Read More »

Specialized shoes-Boa closure reliable?

I'm in the market (casually-my Dominators are stinky and sad looking but intact) for new shoes and I like the Specialized road models I bought a year or so ago. Thinking I might try a pair of their mtb shoes. The ones I'm looking at have the new Boa closure at the top--are folks finding this system ... Read More »

Scott MTB Team Boa shoe question

I am looking a purchasing new MTB shoes, and have spent some time looking at trying Boa lacing over traditional straps. My only concern is I like to have the strap by my ankle extremely tight, and the strap across my metatarsal loose. I need to have the strap across my metatarsal loose due to foot ... Read More »

boa lacing system

I wanted to send praise out to the boa company. Recently I was having a problem with the boa lacing reel on my Lake MTB shoes. I went to the boa website and went through the warranty process and they are providing me two replacement lacing systems free of charge and free shipping. I thought it wa ... Read More »

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