BIke racks

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  1. Claire Wardlaw

    Claire Wardlaw

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    Hi,
    we are thinking of adding a bike rack to our Autotrail Tracker motorhome this year since our wee dog is getting on a bit. has nayone done this to a tracker and are there any llimits to weight or safety implications. We've spoken to Autotrail but real motorhomers know things...
    Thank so much,
    Claire:RollEyes:
     
  2. Stephen & Jeannie

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    Le Tour starts on Saturday !

    No problem ! got a fiamma bike rack on the back of my Scout !! Just a case of finding somewhere to have it fitted !
    However, why does your wee dog need a bike ? :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:
     
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    We have a towbar mounted rack on our Autotrail Tracker ..easier to lift on and off ..no problems with it so far:Smile:
     
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    Bit cruel on the dog..................
     
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    Respect. You've taught your dog to ride a bike ?
     
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    Hi and welcome to Motorhome Fun, as you can see you will always get some serious anwsers to your questions and then the fun variety, lots of options for bikes and dogs from trailers to baskets on the front :welcomefunster:
     
  8. whatta

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    If you have a towball on your van one of the Thule range of bike carriers might be suitable.

    Their range can be viewed at:

    http://www.thule.com/en/GB/Products/Bike-Carriers

    Various suppliers have sales on their websites, so Halfords price of £60 for the 2 bike Thule bike carrier should be easily beaten.
     
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    Johns Cross will fit anything ( even underwear if you smile :ROFLMAO: )
    They are one of only a few places that are constantly recommended by one and all :thumb:
     
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    Thoroughly recommend johns cross. Excellent service.:thumb::thumb::thumb:
     
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    Had a bike rack fitted at one of the shows early last year use it every trip, if yours is the previous model Tracker like mine ( 2010) the rack is highish (see photo) and does obstruct reverse camera view when bikes are fitted.
     

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    I agree that the rack is high on the Autotrail - you might need to stand on the dog to reach the bikes :ROFLMAO:.
     
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    When you fasten the dog on to the rack make sure you use plenty of bungies:ROFLMAO:
     
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