Saris Bones Ex 3-Bike Rack – Black, Black


SKU: 17401366116491


Saris have taken their best-selling bike trunk rack and made it even better! With an extra 20% vehicle compatibility, the rack now works with 90% of tested vehicles – even those with spoilers!The Bones EX 3 uses an arc-shaped design to safely hold three bikes on different levels and features a strap cap to prevent loose straps from flapping around during transport. The super-strong frame is supported by injection-molded arms and legs that won’t rust as well as articulated rubber feet that securely fit to your vehicle without damaging the paintwork. Three-bike car rack Compatible with 90% of the top vehicles sold, including those with spoilersEasy to use and quick to loadIntegrated strap management caps hide strap excess for a sleek lookDurable, anti-rust injection-molded arms and legs Best-in-class ratchet straps speedily fasten bike to the rackSuperior strength frameBuilt with 100% recyclable materialsArticulated rubber feet to protect vehicle paintArc-based design separates bikes on different levelsWeight: 5kg 11lbs* A Bike Beam may be required for frames without a horizontal top tube


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