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Joe747
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« on: 5 Apr 10, 17:27 »

I have just bought a skoda octavia and need a bike rack for the boot preferably, for 2-3 dh bikes. Does anyone know wheres best to look online? Cheers, Joe
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« Reply #1 on: 6 Apr 10, 18:38 »

Have you got a towbar?  That would be the best bet.  The go to http://www.aistoncycleracks.co.uk/ and get their 2-bike rack plus the extension to 3 bikes.
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« Reply #2 on: 6 Apr 10, 20:48 »

Thanks, i think a towbar is the best/only way. Have you got one of these? do you think they would carry 2/3 dh bikes at a push?
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« Reply #3 on: 6 Apr 10, 21:43 »

I haven't yet but will be when I get my new motor.  Steve H from this here forum has got one though and I've seen it with 3 full DH bikes on it without a problem.
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« Reply #4 on: 3 Aug 10, 03:11 »

Northshore racks are the best - www.northshoreracks.com

Best place to buy bike racks in the UK - http://www.roofbox.co.uk/
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