The Best Bike Racks announced by OutsidePursuits.com
OutsidePursuits review editors chose the following bike racks after extensive testing of ease of setup, stability and mounting style.
Press Release (ePRNews.com) - APOLLO BEACH, Fla. - Jun 23, 2017 - OutsidePursuits review editors chose the following bike racks after extensive testing of ease of setup, stabilty and mounting style.
The Winners are:
Editors’ Choice – Saris 805 Bones 2-Bike Trunk Rack
The Saris 805 Bones is a trunk mount style bike rack that was the clear winner for stability and ease of mounting. The rack is made from injection molded, high strength plastic that is light and very strong. With 6 straps to secure it to the vehicle it easily wins the Outside Pursuits “Editors Choice” award.
Top Pick – Thule T2 Pro Bike Rack
The Thule T2 is a hitch mounted “platform” style bike rack. The bikes are stored on a platform where the tires are locked into place. It is able to accomodate large tire sizes up to 5 inches wide, so its a good option for the latest “fat tire” bikes. Being very easy to mount and stable it wins the “Top Pick”award.
Best Buy – Thule Sidearm Universal Bike Mount
The Thule Sidearm Universal Bike Mount is the best option for bike riders who own a vehicle with factory installed roof racks. The bike rack fits bikes with tire sizes from 20 to the latest sized 29 inch wheels. The secure hook fits over the wheels and locks into places to hold the bikes firmly. Being sturdy and durable, the Thule Sidearm wins the “Best Buy” award.
Readers can see the top picks here: http://www.outsidepursuits.com/best-bike-rack-reviews/
Headquartered in Apollo Beach FL, OutsidePursuits LLC does extensive side by side testing of outdoor gear. The website is a free to the public resource for anyone who loves the outdoors. The website has several categories of equipment reviews, including: Scuba Diving, Biking, Camping, Hiking and Kayaking.
Once the reviews are completed the results are published making it easy for the reader to decide which is best for thier needs. Readers can visit the site at: http://www.outsidepursuits.comSource : Outside Pursuits