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Bontrager BackRack Disc MIK
$44.99
Rack 'em up Turn your bike into a trusty pack mule with this sturdy rear rack. The BackRack Disc is designed to mount to the eyelets already built into your frame, so installation is easy. It has MIK compatibility so you can securely mount compatible trunk bags or accessories in seconds, plus integrated threaded accessory eyelets for added functionality and effortless light installation. Product details - Quick and easy install adds storage and utility to compatible bikes - MIK mounting system provides secure, integrated mounting with compatible bags - Integrated eyelets make it easy to mount lights or other accessories - Compatible with MIK, standard trunk bags or panniers - Single-bolt strut mounts allow maximum adjustment and easy installation - Includes required mounting hardware and spacer to fit most disc brake calipers - Max weight capacity 25kg (55 lbs.) Specifications - Size: Small 13-18" (33-52cm); Large 18-22" (54-62cm) - Rack type: Rear racks - Material: Aluminum
Planet Bike Versa Rack
$44.99
Planet Bike's Versa Rack means your steed with disc brakes can finally be made into a rack-packing workhorse. It's 6061-aluminum construction provides maximum strength and stability. Thanks to the clever design you'll have complete heel clearance when you install packs. Plus, the pre-installed rack hardware makes it a cinch to mount the Versa Rack to your bike.
Axiom Flip-Flop LX Seatpost Rack
$49.99
Axiom's Flip-Flop LX Seatpost Rack is perfect for hard-to-fit bikes like full-suspension models, ones with disc brakes and those without frame eyelets. This easy on/off quick-release rack is made of light and strong hand- and double-welded tubular 6061 T6 aluminum and it boasts a flip-flop support arm for mounting the rack in a high or low position, which lets it fit on most bicycles. There's ample carrying capacity with a spacious top platform that's perfect for trunk bags (sold separately). You can even slide off the platform with a trunk bag for convenience, and slide the platform in when not in use so it takes up less space.
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