$17.99 - $18.99
Sunlite's versatile Bike Block Quick Release Fork Mount is a handy bike mount that you can install in your vehicle, pickup truck bed or on virtually any flat surface. It features a sturdy 9mm-diameter quick release to securely support your 2-wheeler by its fork. And, the Bike Block is made of heavy-duty metal for strength and reliability. Plus, it features a pass-through hole for locking your rig with a cable lock, too.
Origin-8's Bike Block Fork Mount can be mounted to almost any flat surface and securely holds your bike by the fork. It's made of sturdy steel and works with quick release 9mm dropouts as well as 15mm and 20mm through axles!
Having enough room for another bike is rarely an issue with Saris' Traps Triple Track. Simply lay it on the floor of your SUV or place it in your truck bed and add your choice of attachments. Your bikes are guaranteed a stable ride. The unique design allows bikes to be staggered or angled for hauling more bikes in a compact space. Fork mounts and wheel holders are sold individually to let you customize your Triple Track.
Hollywood's Spare Tire "Bolt On" Rack attaches to the spare tire’s mounting bolts with universal adapter plate. Fully adjustable to fit most spare tires, this rack’s support arms can be centered for side-mounted tires and folded when not in use. Soft rubber cradles carry up to two bikes, an integrated safety strap ensures safe bike transport, and a lock secures the rack to your vehicle. - Distance between bike support arms: 13 inches - Distance between bike cradles: 7 inches - Maximum tire width: 12 inches - Two bike capacity (35 lbs per bike)
Thule's Spare Me rack bolts onto the mount for your spare tire and securely carries two bicycles (total weight up to 75 pounds). It has Thule's Stay-Put cradles that protect your bikes and boasts an anti-sway design to keep your bikes from swinging together or hitting your vehicle. The arms fold down when not in use. An integrated locking cable and locking knob make it easy to secure bikes to the carrier and the carrier to the vehicle.
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