People enjoy strapping on their Bell helmet, filling a water bottle, pumping some air into their tires, and heading out for a small solo ride on their Schwinn. Trunks in many vehicles don't have enough room to fit one bike, let alone two, so it's necessary to learn about a Towbar, Topeak, Thelma, Swingdaddy, or Swagman roof mount. Or perhaps a better choice for your vehicle is a Copperhead carrier or another type of bike rack series systems. Many families that hit the road to the camp site or down to the beach for vacation want to take their bikes with them as an enjoyable form of family exercise. The only way to properly travel with everyone's bikes is to pick up a bike rack for the car, truck, or SUV.
Vehicle Bike Rack
There are many ways to transport bikes, from a rooftop system to one that fits in the back of a pickup truck, and from a manual mounted system to one that hitches to the back of cars, trucks, and SUVs. Some SUVs and trucks are equipped with a hitch, which is potentially the best way to transport bikes for those types of automobiles. Roof racks are another option to make it easy to load and unload the bikes for the camping trip.
Rear spare tire racks are a great option for those Jeeps and SUVs that have the spare tire attached to the back of the vehicle. Trucks that have a large bed can also purchase an adapter rack that straps each bike into place. Even a regular car or hatchback that doesn't have a hitch or roof rack can hook the bikes onto the trunk using another kind of system. In fact, no matter what kind of automobile you drive, there's a way to take the bikes with you wherever you decide to go without having to rent a trailer! Because there are so many ways to tow bikes, it's a good idea to get the big picture about each system before you go out and buy one. Otherwise you may find that the system you purchased fits another kind of vehicle.
Bike Racks for Sale
If you're looking to purchase equipment to take your bikes with you on your next vacation, it's a good idea to do your homework. This will give you an advantage and the appropriate knowledge to help you determine which bike rack to purchase for your auto. There are many options of bike racks that are structured to fit any vehicle including a BMW, Jeep Wrangler or Cherokee, Honda, your minivan, Mini Cooper, Explorer, Subaru Forester, Impreza, Legacy, Lincoln, Liberty, Prius, and Outback.
Once you've decided on a bike rack system that is compatible with your car, contact us for more information about each system, and we will provide you with a number of styles to choose from. Order it from our online store and in no time at all you can be traveling with all your bikes with ease! Each rack comes equipped with all instructions on how to install it properly, and an explanation of how important it is to purchase locks for each one of your bikes. The lock prevents them from being stolen from a rest stop or parkway. Don't waste your time buying a cheap system from Walmart, Target, Sports Authority, or another commercial supercenter. These stores lack the experts who can help to make sure that the system will fit your vehicle and will transport the number of bikes that you're planning on towing. This is extremely important, because sometimes without the proper installation, these systems could easily fail. A broken system can cause an accident, damaging the bikes as they hit the roadway.
Another thing to avoid is purchasing used bike rack systems, especially those that use straps to keep the bike rack attached to the car. These straps can easily wear out or snap, which can also be extremely dangerous. Because of this, it's critical for users to re read the instructions to be sure that proper installation, and then check the straps and other accessories of the system before planning a biking vacation. It is also not a smart idea to create your own homemade PVC bike rack with parts and items from around the home, especially if your vehicles have spoilers, which can make it difficult to properly attach the bikes. This includes adding a DIY extender fork system to try and add more bikes to the rack. While this creates more room for all your bikes, it may not hold up quite the way you'd like it to and is in no way safe for the road.
Purchase A Bike Rack Today
To make sure that you're getting the appropriate Thule roof rack accessories or bike rack to be used on your car that has a spoiler, it's crucial to speak with a top bike rack professional. Here at Renaissance Retail, all of our dealers have vast knowledge to help you find the best removable bike rack to help you tow a mountain bike, older bicycle, tandem bike, and odd framed bikes on any kind of car, truck, SUV, or RV. A well designed system can help you tow 2, 3, 4, 5, or even 6 bikes at a time!
Before purchasing, it's imperative to have a deeper understanding of these systems, so we provide bike rack reviews for our products from customers like you to be used as a guide. Take some time to read each review to help you find the replacement rack that's not only going to fit, but will handle all of your bikes. We suggest checking out our online showroom of deluxe bike rack outdoor sports gear so you can tow like a pro to the perfect outdoor getaway! Once your rack is delivered, take it out, read over the instructions and begin attaching it. If the instruction is difficult to understand, look for a video online to provide a visual on how to install the system. Then load on the bikes (including your daughter's pink Hello Kitty bike with the basket and handle bar streamers) and feel the freedom of the open road. You'll be ecstatic to see how much room these systems free up in your vehicle so you have plenty of room to store all your other cargo.
Our services don't stop there. We also provide our customers with a plethora of indoor wall and platform storage options for the garage to keep your bikes safe, whether they're hanging from the ceiling walls or mounted on a universal vertical floor standing rack. Want to protect your bikes from being rained on while driving to the campsite? Purchase a cover to safeguard your bikes from being covered in dirt or rained on during transportation.