2019 Model Talon comes standard with our Universal Huske Fork Mount upgrade, 9mm plugs and a quick release skewer. The Talon is our workhorse, 1-bike carrier and our best seller. It’s a fork-mount-style rack, with three of our powerful 210 lb. pull-strength rated vacuum cups holding it onto your car’s roof, trunk or back glass. A 22-inch Rear Wheel Strap is included to secure the back tire. This rack is small and light enough to fit into a bike bag or carry-on luggage for you adventurous types who travel with your bikes. Probably the easiest rack in the world to install, and removes in just seconds without the need for glue or costly installation. Fits on virtually any car. Minimal assembly required.
Free up precious cargo space and keep your vehicle's interior clean with Yakima's Wheel Fork. It securely holds one wheel and swings down when not in use. Universal snap-arounds allow the Wheel Fork to fit round and square crossbars, while its security tabs help your wheel stay in place even if your quick release loosens. And it even features a clever anti-spin device to stabilize your wheel.
Thule says their Fairing is a stylish roof-rack accessory that decreases noise and wind resistance. But we both know what you'll use it for: plastering it with all your stickers. That's okay, we do the same thing. This polycarbonate shield fits both square and Rapid Aero crossbars (sold separately), comes in several widths to fit a wide range of vehicles, and is built for rigidity to alleviate wind-slap.
Thule's Foot Packs are the "feet" that attach to your vehicle's roof and allow you to then add Thule crossbars (also called "loadbars"), plus the Thule bicycle mounts and accessories required to carry all your gear (crossbars, mounts and accessories sold separately). All mount without tools, are vinyl-coated so they can't damage your vehicle, and are engineered to hold fast under all conditions. They have wide bases for excellent support no matter how many bicycles you carry, and most are sealed from the elements to protect the internal mechanism.
RockyMount's Brass Knuckles rack gets your bike from point A to point B with the minimum of hassle and the maximum of security. The aluminum arm uses finely indexed ratcheting to hold front bike wheels from 20- to 29-inches with widths from skinny road tires to fat DH monsters. Form-fitting mounting hardware plays nicely with almost any roof-mounted bars: round, square, or aero. When your bike isn't on the roof, the arm folds down for an extremely low profile for minimal wind noise and maximum gas mileage. For extra security, you can lock the bike to the rack and the rack to your car with lock cores (sold separately).
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