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With gyms a no-go, public transportation sporting a heavy death-trap vibe, and those fancy indoor bikes a little culty (and pretty damn expensive) — a lot of us have become cyclists in the past eight or so months. And with that new identity comes the need for new types of tools, like the bike rack. Whether you are bored of your neighborhood already and want to drive to new trailheads or to better-paved roads, these are some solid options for transporting your trusty steads.
$110 $100 (9% off)
A solid option for those with sedans, hatchbacks or SUVs.
$100 $75 (24% off)
An easy to assemble 4 bike carrier you can slide onto your car's hitch.
$140 $100 (29% off)
An easy add-on to your car's hitch makes taking two bikes in tow simple.
$60 $40 (20% off)
A compact trunk mounted rack that's easy to store and simple to add on to the back of your car.
$180 $108 (40% off)
A simple rack designed to keep your bikes stable and easy to store and remove when driving to the trailhead or that one road you love riding.
$93 $68 (25$ off)
A solid two-bike option for those looking for a back rack option.
$55 $33 (39% off)
Prefer a roof rack to mounting your steeds on the back of your car? This may be the upright rack for you.
$180 $144 ($36 off)
This rack is designed to suction right on to the top of your car for storing anything from a mountain to a road bike.