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- Take your beefy two-wheeler on the road with the RockyMounts DriveShaft Fork Adapter
- Designed for the sole purpose of carrying today’s extreme cycles with 15mm or 20mm axles
- Constructed from sturdy aluminum for lasting durability
- Fits right to your existing Thule, Yakima or RockyMounts roof mount bike tray in place of the smaller fork mount
- Fully lockable to thwart thieves from five-finger-discounting your cycles
- Your RockyMounts DriveShaft Fork Adapter is backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty
Big burly mountain bikes just don't fit into dainty cycle carriers. That's because traditional racks are made for milquetoast road bikes ridden by Tour de Farce-ers with sprayed-on latex suits and shaved legs. Your monster mountaineer needs a bike rack with plenty of backbone, and there's no stronger fork-style carrier than the RockyMounts DriveShaft Fork Adapter.
Today's plus-size cycles sport big-honking 15mm and 20mm axles. While most fork-mount bike carries would buckle under that pressure, the RockyMounts DriveShaft Fork Adapter is up for the challenge. This roomy, all-aluminum carrier can handle the most extreme bikes without so much as breaking a sweat.
Best of all, the RockyMounts DriveShaft Fork Adapter is engineered to work with almost every existing roof bike rack. Whether you're sporting a Thule, Yakima or RockyMounts bike tray with an old-school fork mount, you can slip off the slender mount and slide the DriveShaft in its place. Once on, it not only holds your two-wheeler with a vice-like grip, but it also locks down for maximum security. And, it's backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
RockyMounts DriveShaft Fork Adapter Customer Reviews
2 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by steve h (LA CRESCENT, MN) — Jun 06, 2016 7:14 PM
it looked like a good design i own a rocky mount bike rack thats great, but it rotates on the quick release its attached to causing it to loosen also it locks to the axle but it isn't wide enough for the axel to lock against it so one side of the fork flops in its hole i had to make a bushing so the axle would tighten against it. I will most likely return it and get the type that you slide the axel through
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