Yakima Raptor Bike Bike Rack

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MSRP : $139.00

Product Description

The Yakima Raptor bike rack holds a bike firmly with adjustable locking jaws and a triangulated arm, just like its primitive namesake. The Raptor applies upright convenience to a wide variety of tube shapes and sizes (up to 3in) at a reasonable price. Load and unload your bike without removing the front wheel. The Raptor's claw grips with a non-marring pad to protect the bike's finish; while a large red knob turns to secure the bike to the mount, meaning there are no levers to throw or weird gad

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Anyone know if those work well on bigger down tubes. Specifically my Giant anthem x4 29 and wife's giant talon 0 29er. It says they work for 1-3 inch down tubes but not sure since they are more rectangular shape. Any help appreciated. Thanks 2012 Anthem X29 4.Read More »

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Hey all, Ended up getting the bike mentioned above for $200 but there's not a lot of talk about this bike so I wanted to know what a comparable bike to this is? I understand it's entry-level but wanted a good idea on what a similar bike to this one for those who are knowledgeable. Thanks! He ... Read More »

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