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    Quote Originally Posted by Seahawkfan View Post
    Did you just use this for your first post? Don't buy it then.. Mr HighEnd bike guy..
    This is what came up in a Google search. I came here to see and left a post. I've forgotten more about bike racks than the OP will ever know. Trying to save someone the coin of buying this shit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougnuts View Post
    This is what came up in a Google search. I came here to see and left a post. I've forgotten more about bike racks than the OP will ever know. Trying to save someone the coin of buying this shit.

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    LoD Offroad Bike Rack

    I’d pay money to see you go “off roading” with your bike mounted vertical on an Alta rack, or any of the racks you mention. I’m not saying I think the solution in this thread is the be all end all, but the only off roading the racks you mention are set up for is driving a fire road back into town with your man bun buddy to get your pumpkin carmel macchiato donkey dicks.

    Edit: I see your off road vehicle is a Subaru. That explains everything about what you think is off-roading.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    I’d pay money to see you go “off roading” with your bike mounted vertical on an Alta rack, or any of the racks you mention. I’m not saying I think the solution in this thread is the be all end all, but the only off roading the racks you mention are set up for is driving a fire road back into town with your man bun buddy to get your pumpkin carmel macchiato donkey dicks.

    Edit: I see your off road vehicle is a Subaru. That explains everything about what you think is off-roading.
    He might have a gimbal mounted tri-axis cup holder for that pumpkin carmel macchiato donkey dick with whip cream...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkey View Post
    I’d pay money to see you go “off roading” with your bike mounted vertical on an Alta rack, or any of the racks you mention. I’m not saying I think the solution in this thread is the be all end all, but the only off roading the racks you mention are set up for is driving a fire road back into town with your man bun buddy to get your pumpkin carmel macchiato donkey dicks.

    Edit: I see your off road vehicle is a Subaru. That explains everything about what you think is off-roading.
    I didn't say rock crawling. I said off roading. Yes, that includes dirt roads. Did you know you'll void the warranty of most bike racks the moment they go off road?

    Yes, I've seen Alta racks, along with the others I've mentioned, doing some interesting dirt roads to get to trailheads.

    With the rack in the OP, even stop and go traffic will wreck your bike.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dougnuts View Post
    I didn't say rock crawling. I said off roading. Yes, that includes dirt roads. Did you know you'll void the warranty of most bike racks the moment they go off road?

    Yes, I've seen Alta racks, along with the others I've mentioned, doing some interesting dirt roads to get to trailheads.

    With the rack in the OP, even stop and go traffic will wreck your bike.

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    Dirt roads are still roads. If a Subaru can drive it, then it's not off-roading.


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    How much were you going to pay me?
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    And now it's clear what the motivation was for this dick weed to make an account. You think you will soak up some free advertising and get some rack sales? Think again.


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