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Case Stud. Policy 4 1 , 22—28 CrossRef Google Scholar. Wolfram, S. Mamei, M. IEEE Trans. Man Cybern. Eye-wateringly expensive, but very convenient and easy to use, this towball-mounted rack is easy to fit and to load bikes on, tips out of the way if you want to get into the boot or hatch of your car and folds up for storage. Less physically strong riders may find its heft a bit much. There are wheels to roll it on flat surfaces, but you wouldn't want to carry it very far. It locks securely to your tow hitch and carries up to three bikes. The bikes are held in place with ratchet straps round the bottom of the wheels and a clamp for the top tube or, for carbon bikes, one of Thule's frame adapters.
The Easyfold XT 3's nifty folding mechanism means it's easy to store. It'll fit in a corner of the shed or garage or under the stairs, which sets it apart from Thule's bulkier towball racks, but you pay a premium for that convenience. You definitely get what you pay for. If you're after a towball-mounted carrier, it's one of the best-possible three-bike options four if you buy the adapter. The WBT31 comes fully built and ready to use. The ramp fits all four bike positions on either side and stows securely in a holder on the rack, ready to use at your destination.
I always used the ramp for getting our 30kg plus whatever's in the panniers Workcycles FR8 Dutch bike on and off the rack — it's fast to use and minimises the risk of slipping and dropping a very heavy bike. Read our review of the Whispbar WBT The aim of road. We continuously update and republish our guides, checking prices, availability and looking for the best deals. Our guides include links to websites where you can buy the featured products. Like most sites we make a small amount of money if you buy something after clicking on one of those links. We want you to be happy with what you buy, so we only include a product in a if we think it's one of the best of its kind.
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He joined road. It has been excellent and drops the bikes low enough even with the very big, low and vertical boot of our Citroen Berlingo Multispace. Oh and the multispace can take 3 passengers with 3 bikes inside no disassembly required. Very easy to carry bikes inside. I don't have a massive estate car.
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I have a Toyota Yaris Verso. Bike fits inside upright without any dissembly. I have a Honda Civic. The rear seats flip up leaving a space behind the driver and passenger from floor to ceiling.
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You can get a bike in there with the front wheel off, and leaving the boot empty for your and your passenger's luggage. You probably could get two bikes in there but you'd have to be careful not to damage one with the other. I put an old blanket between them to stop paint scratches. The rear seats were one of the big selling points with this car. When they say roofracks are very secure do the mean they won't fall off, as it can't be when considering theft.
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Yes - I've used mine to transport loads of awkward stuff including a cast iron fireplace that was so heavy that we'd never have got it into a conventional boot with the seats down! I have an Acura towbar mounted bike rack, very good for conventional bikes.. Fast to fit, strong. I have a SeaSucker mini bomber, which takes 2 bikes. Quick to attach and remove, and a further benefit over a normal roof rack is that it is not car specific.
Sadly the distributor pulled UK supply, due to discounting, so it's an expensive option now. Peruzzo spare wheel rack for the 4x4, 1st try this weekend, no review here of 4x4 specific racks. I've had two Thule tow-ball carriers in the past and both of them didn't last that long - one had a piece of plastic broke off which held the locking lever in place and the other one developed a fault with the electrics.
I use a long Thule roof box. One of those low ones. Only kidding.