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Old 07-14-2011, 08:37 PM   #15
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Walmart sells a "Bell" bike rack there is very inexpensive and works well. We use it on the rear of our DP and carry two full size mountain bikes.
We bought this one from Walmart, too. Works great. Use it on the Sprinter and our Frontier when biking local trails. Easy tie-down for the bikes and easy on and off of the vehicles. Online sale at $50, delivered to the store

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Old 07-20-2011, 09:03 PM   #16
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We carry 4 bikes. 2 road bikes and 2 off-road/campground bikes. We have 2 of the Thule T2 bike Thule*-*916XTR T2 carriers. This unit is expandable to carry up to 4 bikes of nearly any size. I have one on the MoHo and one on the toad. I like this rack because it is lockable and holds the wheels rather than the crossbars.

I bought both of these racks off of craigslist.com for less than 1/2 of retail. Look for them in large biking towns, I bought mine in Ft Worth.

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Old 07-21-2011, 11:27 AM   #17
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You're asking a question that my wife and I have been struggling with and just recently made a major change. Until recently, we brought our bikes on a bike rack attached to the rear bumper. We had a nice water proof cover for the bikes and we had the bikes locked for protection. The problem was that it became a chore to attach the rack and bikes for each trip. When we're at home, we ride our bikes a lot for exercise and put lots of miles on the bikes. However when RVing, we only use the bikes for peddling around the camp ground and easy riding bike paths. So, we just recently bought two inexpensive folding bikes and I really like how easy my job has gotten. It takes about 3 seconds to fold and another 3 seconds to lift and put in my storage compartment. I guess it really depends on what kind of riding you do. For us this was a great solution.
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Update: I decided to go with a Yakima Stick Up. I ordered one off Ebay. Hope to hear from the seller soon with shipping info.
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Find the one you want then go to http://www.craigslist.org

I found a $400.00 Yakima for $75.00 in like new condition.

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