Re: [rootsradicals] Where to get for Xtracycle Thule roof tray?
- On 8/16/06, luminarc <will.lai@...> wrote:
>Check out Atoc. I use the BT-76C "bike topper" for my xtracyle.
> I'll be getting an Xtracycle soon, and want to know where people go to
> get the Thule 60" aluminum tray mentioned on the Xtracycle web FAQ. I
> found the full Thule kit for tandem bikes, but at $350+ it's way too
> expensive, particularly since i already have a Thule bike kit and all
> i need is to sub out for the longer wheel tray.
> Any help appreciated, thanks.
If you want to just buy this piece of hardware once in your life, buy the Atoc.
The Atoc is around $200, but you'll pass this think down to your
grandkids. It's made in USA (WA state) and is far and away the most
durable/dependable tray you can get. It's make with tig-welded steel
stock and is super tough and simple. My favorite kind of design.
It fits the Thule or Yakima bars and is also designed to handle forks
with low-rider panniers and/or fenders, which the majority of other
trays do not allow you to carry.
You can *just* see the fender (with folded mudflap) on the xtracycle
in this pic: http://www.johndogfood.com/john/reduced/Chelan06%20008.jpg
I have no financial affiliation with Atoc. Just a very satisfied customer.
Spokane, WA USA