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Subaru Outback Roof Mount Bike Racks

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Reviewed By Edward E (EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, NJ) Reviewed for a 2015 Subaru Outback —9/17/2015 11:00 AM

Awesome design, easy to put on. Had rack on within 10 minutes and rolling down the road. Great fit and great quality. My RBC035 included a lock for the rack and one for the bike. Usually cheaper versions or other brands don't include locks. Can't be happier with quality!

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Great rack! Very impressed.

Reviewed By Lawrence W (PORTLAND, OR) Reviewed for a 2013 Subaru Outback —10/2/2013 9:41 PM

This rack is a bit more streamlined and flat than your typical roof-mounted rack, which are essentially metal gutters. It fit perfectly on our 2013 Subaru Outback (gen 4). It's almost like it was made with our car in mind. The factory cross bars are spaced at the optimum distance, and when I open the hatch, there's a few inches of clearance behind the rear wheels of the bikes. We just returned from our first road trip (750 Miles), and it held up very well on the freeway in bad weather.

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easy, high-value, unique rack

Reviewed By James G (LOUISVILLE, KY) Reviewed for a 2008 Subaru Outback —9/8/2012 10:52 AM

This is my first bike rack. I wanted something a little different from the Thule/Yakima crowd. Inno offers more for the money, and if I am correct, is the only company that has a double tire hold rack. This means no downtube clamp, fork mount, etc. Once you get it mounted to the FACTORY crossbars (also saves $$$) it is REALLY easy to use. Just roll the front tire into its bracket and then pull the rear bracket over the rear tire, click the lock and you're done. Awesome.

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