Moved By Bikes Longboard Racks mount right to your frame, making them super stable even with longboards and even stand up paddle boards (SUPs) up to about 25 lbs. The racks work great with shortboards too. The front mount is designed to secure right to your bike frame headtube, one of the strongest places on your frame. The rear mount can either be mounted to your seat post or a conventional rear cargo rack if you have one (the box comes with hardware to support both options)
All racks are manufactured from aluminium and stainless steel to ensure that they wont rust out on you in coastal environments. Hardware has been designed for maximum versatility to fit just about any bike, and to work with just about any surfboard.
The racks are based on Moved By Bikes patent-pending quick release bars. The splined bar design means that a simple push button is all that is needed to secure the bars to the mounts on your frame. Just push a button to remove when you get home from your surf session. When you are ready to go again, just slide them back in till they click into place.
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The best thing yet! So good to get something that lives up to the image in the promos.Looks like it is definitely made in the USA or Canada and well engineered
A recent licence suspension looked like a paddle board suspension too as I am 5K from the water (in a rural area) and thanks to local bike trails and the board attachment I'm doing more board riding than normal. The quick release allows me to convert my bike back to normal in seconds. I originally thought that this was asking a bit much as my board is 10ft 6 but it handles quiet well.a small period of adjustment riding with it, but didn't take long and I'm pedalling at 20k/m hr like normal. Definitily a thumbs up on this one
Delivery and communication with these guys very good. The Chubby I’m happy with. It goes over semi soft sand too. Plenty of giddieup and power. If I fault it that would only be wish it had shocks. I did buy the seat post but still rides a little rough. My Chubbie is quite big too