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ROLA Roof Top Rack Bike Carrier

ROLA Roof Top Rack Bike Carrier

Description

The ROLA Roof Top Rack Bike Carrier transports most styles of bikes with standard fork mount wheels.

Features

  • Aluminum track design allows for a lightweight easy on/off rooftop mounting
  • Mounts to vehicle roof racks using security bolt technology
  • Removable bushings allow for small (5mm) and large (9mm) diameter bike skewers
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$147.00
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$114.74
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ROLA® - Canyon™ Bike Carrier - 1 Bike - Roof Top Rack w/Fork Style Mount

Product Features

  • Transports most styles of bikes with standard fork mount wheels
  • Accessory track design allow for fore/aft adjustabilty to work with children's and adult bikes up to 50" long from front fork to center of rear wheel
  • Fits ROLA®, OEM and other aftermarket roof racks using the universal clamping design. Fits crossbar with 700mm Min. (27.5") and up to 1050mm (41.3") Max
  • Removable bushings allow for small (5mm) and large (9mm) diameter bike skewers
  • Aluminum track design allows for a lightweight easy on/off rooftop mounting
  • Mounts to vehicle roof racks using security bolt technology
  • Finish:Black Powder Coat
  • Warranty:Limited 5 Year
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ROLA Roof Top Rack Bike Carrier 59404 Roof top rack bike carrier, holds 1 bike
$114.74
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