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  1. Misc Components
    When it comes to the best bike lock for your needs, you'll need to weigh convenience, security, and weight when making a purchasing decision. Editor's note: This feature was updated on October 29 with the latest products and prices When searching for the best bike lock, the question to ask...
  2. News & Reviews
    When searching for the best bike racks for mountain bikers there is a lot to consider. Today's market has a wide variety of options. To help you navigate these tricky waters, Mtbr has selected six options that have exceptional quality and functionality for carrying modern full suspension...
  3. Misc Components
    Boulder Colorado's RockyMounts has rolled out new hitch rack options with the addition of the MonoRail Solo and BackStage. Press play to learn more. The MonoRail Solo is designed for rider who only needs to carry one bike. It's easy to remove and install, and weighs just 25 pounds. It will...
  4. Misc Components
    The RockyMounts SplitRail can take two bikes and is an expandable system. Lowdown: RockyMounts SplitRail Hitch Rack RockyMounts has been around since 1993, but we knew them more for third party bike trays created for other roof systems. That's why we were pleasantly surprised when the...
  5. General Discussion
    RockyMounts has released what it is calling the bike industry's first swing-away platform hitch rack, the MonoRail Swing, and its sibling, the standard version MonoRail hitch rack. Both will debut at the upcoming Interbike trade show in Las Vegas at the end of September and be available starting...
  6. General Discussion
    Colorado-based RockyMounts has unveiled its latest bike carrier, the SplitRail, a lightweight, expandable platform hitch rack for carrying two, three or four bicycles. Made of aluminum and chromoly steel, the SplitRail weighs 44 pounds and has adjustable trays for fine tuning fit between loaded...
  7. General Discussion
    The new RockyMounts TomaHawk roof rack (click to enlarge). RockyMounts latest roof rack is the TomaHawk, which retails for $160 and can accommodate virtually any type of bike without additional adapters. The TomaHawk works with everything from BMX bikes to fat bikes with 5" tires (click to...
  8. Misc Components
    The new rack is easy to use and looks good, too. Good looks, better gas mileage, and ease of use (especially for bikes with thru-axles) were the driving factors behind the design and engineering of the soon-to-be-released RockyMounts Brass Knuckles, an upright roof rack that will retail for...
  9. General Discussion
    RockyMounts unleashed the first ever thru-axle mount to carry both 15mm and 20mm thru-axles with the ability to lock. RockyMounts thru-axle line is now available for purchase. RockyMounts DriveShaft introduces a more practical solution for carrying a fatty thru-axle bike. It highlights a...
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