Pair of EndCaps for Yakima JetStream bars.
The TC2 Thule Wheel Tray End Caps are compatible with the following Thule Wheel Trays: Thule 594 Sidearm, 594XT Sidearm, Thule 599XTR Big Mouth, Thule 589 Velo Vise, Thule 590 V2, Thule 590R V2 Recumbent, Thule 591 Long Tray Classic, Thule 517 Peloton, and the Thule 518 Echelon. • Sold as a set of two • Replacement parts for broken or lost end caps
Saris' Wheel Straps keep your front wheels from spinning and your handlebars from turning in the wind. They're made of tough nylon with easy-to-use buckle closures. Wheel Straps are sold in pairs.
Some vehicles require extra strap length. Compatible with Saris' Bones bike racks, the Saris Extra Long S-Hook Straps 80" are made of strong nylon with coated hooks that protect your car's finish.
$12.99 - $13.99
Simply insert Saris' Hitch Tite into the hitch receiver to give your Saris bike rack (sold separately) extra stability. The Hitch Tite is compatible with the Bike Porter Hitch 2-Bike, Freedom, Axis Steel, Axis Aluminum, Cycle-On, and T-RAX Sport racks.
The Thule Xadapt 9 Adapter Kit makes it possible to connect Thule carriers to Thule Rapid Aero and Thule Professional load bars. Please contact us with any questions regarding compatibility.
Thule's Load Bar End Caps are replacement end caps for rectangular load bars.
Saris' Protect-O-Pads are foam blocks that separate and protect your bikes when multiple bikes are being transported. They come in packs of four.
We've all had a friend like The Dirtbag at some point in our lives. He's cheap and a little rough around the edges. Not the kind of guy you'd want to introduce to your business associates, but he's dependable and always makes for a good time. The Dirtbag is the most affordable rack on the market, it's easy to use and can be easily bolted to just about anything.
Thru-axle adapter for the Kuat TRIO rack.
Fat bike skewer and thru axle tube adapters for the Küat Trio roof rack.
- Great for storage or transportation - Alloy construction - Can be mounted vertically or horizontally
Some of the best ideas are home grown in Colorado, and The Fattie is one of them. Easily convert your BrassKnuckles rack to fit your fat bike–the kit includes a larger wheel chock and 2 ratchet strap extenders.
Use the RockyMounts Lock Cores to secure your belongings, whether you're using the TieRod, PitchFork, TailPipe, LiftOp or any other RockyMounts rack. Each pack of Lock Cores comes with two keys and one, two, four, six, or eight lock cores.
Thule's Accessory Strap Kit is a set of four rubberized, replaceable, ladder-style straps for use with many of Thule's bike racks and anti-sway cradles.
Yakima's Hood Anchor creates a secure attachment point at your hatch, trunk or hood for bow and stern tie downs. Sold in pairs, they’re highway-speed strong, coated to protect your vehicle’s paint job, and super easy to use - just drop them in place. Product Details - Creates a secure attachment point for bow and stern tie downs - Fits easily under a hood, hatch or trunk - Installation is simple - just drop them in place - Durable coated strap protects your vehicle's paint - Sold as a pair Technical Specs - Weight: 0.43 lbs - Dimensions: L 6.50in x W 2.00in x H 10.12in
Sunlite's versatile Bike Block Quick Release Fork Mount is a handy bike mount that you can install in your vehicle, pickup truck bed or on virtually any flat surface. It features a sturdy 9mm-diameter quick release to securely support your 2-wheeler by its fork. And, the Bike Block is made of heavy-duty metal for strength and reliability. Plus, it features a pass-through hole for locking your rig with a cable lock, too.
The RockyMounts LoBall is a ridiculously easy bike rack solution for trucks, trailers, vans, SUV's, and home storage. It includes a non-locking, 9mm chromoly quick release.
Saris' Hatch Huggers fasten Saris racks (sold separately) to certain vehicles. They replace the regular straps for vehicles with glass hinge lines and vehicles with narrow gaps around the trunk.
- Powdercoated steel body with 9mm skewer & hole in handle for padlock
Fat bike skewer and thru axle tube adapters for the Kuat Trio roof rack.
• Pack includes 2 wheels straps and 2 road adaptors • The WS2 Thule Wheel Straps have a secure ratcheting buckle with a cam tightening mechanism.
- For carrying unique frames on hang-on type car racks - Quick release clamp adjusts to fit between stem and seatpost - Rubberized hooks protect bikes finish
Saris' Trap Fork Mount can be bolted anywhere you need to hold a bike. It secures your bike's fork dropouts with a stout 9-mm quick-release skewer. The Trap is made of powder-coated, light, durable aluminum. A hole in its body allows your bike to be locked with a cable (sold separately).
Delta's Wheel Holder mounts to any flat surface to keep bikes stabilized. - Holds front wheel in place - Rigid steel stays with 9mm dropouts - Mounts to any flat surface
The HD Bar SL Adaptor allows you to run the HD Bar on Yakima StreamLine towers so you can take advantage of our burliest crossbar ever. Give your vehicle a heavy-duty look and the strength to back it up. - Adapter required to use HD Bar with StreamLine Towers. Sold in a set of four. - Works with BaseLine, TimberLine, SkyLine and RidgeLine Towers only. - Weight: 0.42 lbs - Dimensions: L 1.75in x W 1.50in x H 1.00in - No Assembly Required
Bar adapter that allows you to run RoundBar on StreamLine Towers.
$34.98 - $59.98
- Adapters for mounting suspension forks to most auto bike racks - Solution to thru-axle issues or clearance problems between disc brakes & trays
If you have a trunk or rear rack and a bike with an unconventional frame (such as a full-suspension or ladies bike), you probably need Sunlite's Crossbar Adapter. Vinyl-coated hooks on either end hold your bike and act as a "top tube" for easy transportation. In the middle, a quick-release telescoping adjustment ensures the Crossbar Adapter will fit almost any bike.
Yakima's 9-foot SKS Cable provides a visible theft deterrent for bikes and gear. It locks your load to the crossbar so you can park and leave your vehicle without worrying about your bikes.
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