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Old 07-20-2011, 06:16 PM   #1
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Best solution for carrying mountain bikes

What is the best way to carry them so they don't get ripped off?

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Old 07-20-2011, 06:18 PM   #2
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Locking trailer hitch bike rack is what I use.
Best so they don't get ripper off? Inside I guess.

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Locking trailer hitch bike rack is what I use.
Best so they don't get ripper off? Inside I guess.
I really didn't want to carry them inside.
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We just purchased two bikes and a bike rack - the bike rack is a Yakama Double Down which goes into the hitch with a lock. We found 3 cable locks at Walmart which are all keyed alike to tie the bikes to the bumper and bike rack through the tires. If someone is carrying a bolt cutter around, and have some time, I guess they can take the bikes. We can always put them inside for a short period of time rather than putting them back on the rack. We have a 22' Coachmen so there isn't a huge amount of room inside, but it works.
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