a Weekend Warrior
Date Reviewed: July 28, 2009
Weaknesses: The wheel fork, not matter how tight it's fastened moves when driven at speeds of 50+mph. My wheel ends up resting on my back window. I've tried using old pieces of inner tube to give it more grip, but nothing works. The little plastic guard that keeps your wheel from spinning also snapped off in the in the wind. These are happening at freeway speeds of 55-65mph.
I'm very disappointed in this product and wouldn't recommend purchasing.
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