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Yakima Roof Bike Racks on Sale at CARiD -20% OFF

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Roof-mounted bike racks are a great way to transport your bikes, and the Yakima FrontLoader Roof Bike Rack is a great option for those looking for convenience and reliability. This rack fits 20-29" wheels and is compatible with mountain and road bike wheels. It's also easy to install and use, making it a great choice for those who want a hassle-free experience.

  • Wheel Hoops Can Be Lowered
  • Adjustable Rear Wheel Tray
  • Fits 20” to 29” wheels, mountain and road bike wheels
  • Universal Built-In Hardware
  • Integrated cable lock secures bike to rack with a SKS Lock Core

The Yakima Front Loader Roof Bike Rack is now on sale at CARiD, and you can get 20% off your purchase until July 4, 2022!

So don't wait any longer, get the bike rack that will make your life easier, and take advantage of this great deal!

Yakima® - FrontLoader™ Roof Bike Rack

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I was all set to buy an Audi, after two test rides (last one on the highway). Yet, the deal breaker may be that the vehicle doesn't have factory installed side rails on the roof that would allow me to install either Yakima or Thule bike carrier accessories. There is a Mazda optional accessory roof rack, but it has horizontal crossbars (rather than siderails) and this does not allow you to install many types of upright Yakima (e.g. Cobra) or Thule fork-mounted bike carriers (e.g. Velo Vise).

For a sport activity vehicle, I can't understand why they omitted side rails, or did not make them an option. Meanwhile, as the vehicle is so new, neither Yakima or Thule has a fit kit to put one of their after market roof racks on. I really want to solve this before our annual summer holiday as I need to mount 4 bikes like this on the roof. The rear type of bike carrier is not an option I would consider.
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