- Beatnik; No need to repeat posting a message if it does not appear immediately. As a new member your first posts are moderated and will not appear untilMessage 1 of 10 , Aug 11, 2012View SourceBeatnik;
No need to repeat posting a message if it does not appear immediately. As a new member your first posts are moderated and will not appear until approved by a moderator. Also occasionally Yahoo has problems, usually caused by web attackers, that can cause delays in posts appearing. The worst case of this type delay I have seen was as long as 4 days!
--- In email@example.com, "beatnik_glory" <beatnik_glory@...> wrote:
> I second the RockyMounts. I have used the RockyMounts Tandem mount on my Yakima rack. Works perfect for an xtracycle and is disk brake compatible. Great value, excellent product, small business in Colorado USA.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Andrew Kreps <andrew.kreps@> wrote:
> > I have the 3-year old version of one of these. It's bombproof, in my
> > experience and a lot less expensive than the alternatives.
> > http://www.rockymounts.com/bike_racks_tandem_recumbent_s/167.htm
- I ve used a inexpensive Thule rack hack for several years with success. I have two Thule trays, and I added a 16 section extension of 3 PVC pipe ripped inMessage 2 of 10 , Aug 12, 2012View SourceI've used a inexpensive Thule rack hack for several years with success. I have two Thule trays, and I added a 16" section extension of 3" PVC pipe ripped in half, secured with two seat post binder bolts drilled through the Thule tray. I relocated the wheel strap to the extension section. The whole thing is easily removed when not needed (or in frustration after banging your head on the hatch back that doesn't open quite as far with the longer rack in place).
Love to ride,
- Soooooo ... how well would a free radical fit onto one of these?Message 3 of 10 , Aug 14, 2012View SourceSoooooo ... how well would a free radical fit onto one of these?