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Rack for adventure bike
Last Post 05/14/2013 10:47 AM by iam us72. 3 Replies.
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longslowdistance

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05/09/2013 09:04 PM
Rear rack shopping for medium Salsa Fargo. Just the basics for day trips, not the works for real touring. Needs to hold up to gravel road pounding. No objections to light weight.
Gonzo Cyclist

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05/10/2013 10:36 PM
Old Man Mtn racks are pretty sweet, very stable racks, with a lot of mounting options, The Surly stuff they spec for the fat tire bikes are very good also
curlystays

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05/13/2013 10:24 PM
Rivendell sells great Nitto racks.
iamus72

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05/14/2013 10:47 AM
LSD....I'd second Gonzo on the OMM racks. They've got two versions and for what you're doing either would work. I got one for my mtb that I'm using for a bike-packing trip later this summer. It's pretty robust and it was made to fit my bike. It takes a little time to get one because they make them to order but worth the wait. Lifetime warranty & made in the USA (if those are important to you) and more robust than the typical "commuter" rack you can pick up at the LBS.
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