RockyMount's Brass Knuckles rack gets your bike from point A to point B with the minimum of hassle and the maximum of security. The aluminum arm uses finely indexed ratcheting to hold front bike wheels from 20- to 29-inches with widths from skinny road tires to fat DH monsters. Form-fitting mounting hardware plays nicely with almost any roof-mounted bars: round, square, or aero. When your bike isn't on the roof, the arm folds down for an extremely low profile for minimal wind noise and maximum gas mileage. For extra security, you can lock the bike to the rack and the rack to your car with lock cores (sold separately).
The low profile of the PitchFork looks great on any vehicle and helps to keep your gas mileage up by not interfering with the airflow over your roof. When it's time to throw the bike on your roof, you'll be impressed with the ease of use from the PitchFork and its strong, secure hold on your bike. Compatible with disc brakes, this fork-mount rack is great for road and mountain bikes and has compatibility for tires up to 2.7-inches wide.
With an iron grip, Thule's Rapid Crossroad turns factory-installed raised rails into a versatile multipurpose rack system. The streamlined, seamless look is achieved with the aero Rapid aluminum load bar. But these aren't just sleek looking, the aero design cuts down on wind resistance and noise. Your car's rails are fully protected thanks to the integrated rubber lining. And you get maximum rack strength and a custom fit from the rubber-coated steel straps.
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