$60.00 - $64.95
This fork adapter allows you to put your thru-axle fork on any 9mm fork-mounted bike rack. - Axle not included. Works with your bike's thru-axle - Fits all fork bike mounts including, Yakima, Thule, Rocky Mounts, etc. - Built-in safety tabs - Durable black powder-coat finish Product Specs: - Weight: 0.32 – 0.38 lbs. - Minimum Crossbar Spread 16in - Maximum Crossbar Spread 42in - Limited Lifetime Warranty
Thule's AeroBlade Load Bars are the strong, silent type. Using a sophisticated BoxBeam construction, they're some of the strongest load bars on the market with a capacity of up to 165 pounds. That's the strong, now for the silent: In addition to their wing-like shape, the AeroBlades sport a textured surface that greatly improves wind flow so you get drastically reduced noise and much better gas mileage. The bars are easy to use, too, thanks to Thule's SmartSlide sytem that makes installation hassle free and their SwingBlade technology that allows full access to the T-slot for easy accessory additions.
Thule's Foot Packs are the "feet" that attach to your vehicle's roof and allow you to then add Thule crossbars (also called "loadbars"), plus the Thule bicycle mounts and accessories required to carry all your gear (crossbars, mounts and accessories sold separately). All mount without tools, are vinyl-coated so they can't damage your vehicle, and are engineered to hold fast under all conditions. They have wide bases for excellent support no matter how many bicycles you carry, and most are sealed from the elements to protect the internal mechanism.
Thule's Wheel On solves the problem of where to put your front wheel when your bike is on your roof rack. Plus, it helps keep the inside of your car clean, too.
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).
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