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TerraCycle Easy Reacher Underseat Rack
$160.00
The best place to locate pannier loads on recumbent bikes is under the seat, and these TerraCycle underseat racks let you do just that. This position maintains stability and allows you to carry heavier loads with ease. You also have easier access to items that you need readily accessible. Made in the USA with high strength, lightweight 6061 aluminum, beautifully machined rack arms, tig welded pannier rails, stainless steel fittings, the racks work well for touring and commuting. The racks are designed to fit most panniers whose hooks are near the top. Many manufacturers are offering recumbent specific under seat panniers, making the selection even better. NOTE: This underseat rack does not generally work well with Ortlieb panniers. Around the block or around the world, a TerraCycle rack is one of the most useful accessories for your recumbent bike.
TerraCycle Easy Trike Rack
$128.00
This rack clamps onto a sideways tube on the back of a trike seat, keeping the cargo weight of your panniers low and central, forward of the suspension element on suspension trikes. The rack location preserves the go-cart-like handling that we all love about recumbent trikes. TerraCycle's Easy Trike rack features a quick-release that can be easily removed for travel and transport. Easy to install and remove and transfer from trike to trike. Easy to install and remove and transfer from trike to trike. Designed for Catikes with suspension, this rack can also be used on Catrikes without suspension, and may fit other trike brands--call us to confirm before ordering. Left and right racks are sold separately. Ride with just one side of the rack for short rides or commuting. Ride with both sides for longer rides, touring, or even grocery shopping. This rack is not suitable for top-mount rack trunks/bags.
Arkel Randonneur Seat Post Rack
$99.95
Arkel's Randonneur Rack is a great way to add a rack to your bike. It's strong, light, stable, and you can attach or remove it in seconds! A sleek quick release bracket attaches to both seat rails, forming rock-solid attachment points. And, the front of the rack gently envelopes the seat post with a soft rubberized clamp and secure Velcro strap that's safe for every seatpost, including lightweight carbon models. Arkel's three point attachment system brings unequaled stability - it feels like it's bolted on to the frame! - Randonneur rack is fine with carbon seat posts, but it is not recommended with carbon seat rails. - If the seat rails of your saddle are more than 3.5 inches (89mm) apart, you will need Arkel's Wide Rails Adapter (SKU: RBSRA) - Use of the Randonneur rack is fine with carbon seat posts, but it is not recommended with carbon seat rails - Maximum load: 6 kg (13 lbs). The actual maximum load will be dictated more by the particulars of your bike than the actual capacity of the Randonneur Rack, which can withstand more than the stated maximum load. You may need to consult your seat and seat post manufacturers to verify whether or not they prohibit the use of such a seat post rack, in which case we recommend following those instructions
Basically Bicycles Recumbent trike rear rack
$69.95
Looking for a way to carry bags or panniers with your recumbent tadpole trike with 20 inch rear wheel? Customized by Basically Bicycles to fit Catrikes and other tadpole recumbent trikes with 20 inch rear wheels, this bike rack can help you carry your stuff where ever your trike takes you.
Topeak Explorer Tubular Rack w/Disc Mounts
$54.95
Topeak's Explorer Tubular Rack is a great add-on for carrying a trunk bag, pannier or anything else you want to strap on. It's made of tubular aluminum, fits most bikes with disc brakes, and has a center strip that acts like a short fender, too.
Topeak Explorer Tubular Rack
$34.99
Topeak's Explorer Tubular Rack is a great add-on for carrying a trunk bag, pannier or anything else you want to strap on. It's made of tubular aluminum, fits most bikes, and has a center strip that acts like a short fender, too.
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