SPARE TIRE MOUNT BIKE. SPARE TIRE

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Spare Tire Mount Bike


spare tire mount bike
    spare tire
  • A roll of fat around a person's waist
  • excess fat around the waistline
  • A spare tire is an additional tire (or tyre - see spelling differences) carried in a motor vehicle as a replacement for one that goes flat, a blowout, or other emergency.
  • Abdominal obesity, colloquially known as belly fat or clinically as central obesity, is the accumulation of abdominal fat resulting in an increase in waist size. There is a strong correlation between central obesity and cardiovascular disease.
  • An extra tire carried in a motor vehicle for emergencies
    mount
  • A glass microscope slide for securing a specimen to be viewed
  • saddle horse: a lightweight horse kept for riding only
  • A clear plastic or paper sleeve used to display a postage stamp
  • A backing or setting on which a photograph, gem, or work of art is set for display
  • climb: the act of climbing something; "it was a difficult climb to the top"
  • attach to a support; "They mounted the aerator on a floating"
    bike
  • A bicycle or motorcycle
  • bicycle: ride a bicycle
  • motorcycle: a motor vehicle with two wheels and a strong frame
  • bicycle: a wheeled vehicle that has two wheels and is moved by foot pedals
spare tire mount bike - Yakima Spare
Yakima Spare Joe 2-Bike Spare Tire Mount Rack
Yakima Spare Joe 2-Bike Spare Tire Mount Rack
The Spare Joe features a hoop and strap design that fits a variety of spare tire sizes.
Quick attachment and adjustment on almost any size spare tire
Bikes are held firmly with anti-sway cradles
Easily offsets to center bikes on the vehicle
Arms fold down when not in use
2 bike capacity
Item Specifications
Ship Weight13.5lbs
Number of Bikes2

Got a spare tire mounted to the rear of your vehicle, but would like to carry a bike instead? Why not do both with the Yakima Spare Joe two-bike mount rack? The Spare Joe attaches quickly to almost any size spare tire, from sizes P205/75R15 to 32 x 11.5/R15M. Once attached, the Spare Joe centers your bikes and holds them firmly with its pair of anti-sway cradles, so you can drive confidently on both highways and dirt roads. And once you arrive at your destination, the arms fold down and out of the way, giving you full access once again to your spare tire. Ideal for anyone who carries a spare tire--both literally (on your car) and figuratively (around your midriff)--the Spare Joe carries a limited lifetime warranty.

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What's in my bag?
What's in my bag?
Wonder what a medium Zugster rando bag (capacity: about 10L) will hold? Here's what I was carrying today. See notes for details. Note that there was still plenty of room to add a camera, binoculars, a sandwich, and a lightweight jacket; I just didn't need any of them today. Between this bag and my saddlebag, which holds about the same amount and has loops for strapping on jackets etc.,, I can haul a lot of crap even before I add panniers. my aim with the rando bag was partly to get more weight in front (since I'm heavy and a lot of that weight winds up on the rear wheel), partly to have a nice cue sheet holder in front of the bars, and partly to have a QR bag in which I can keep my valuables, so it can come with me when I park the bike somewhere. The Zugster does great on all counts, and its navy color scheme is a nice complement to the Surly Utility Blue. Update, 2009-09-14: I've added a more substantial glued patch kit, in a small tin, purchased from a bike shop on the rue du Cardinal Lemoine in Paris this summer after I flatted on my Bike Friday Tikit coming back from Versailles. The instructions are in Dutch. Fortunately I read Dutch. Update, 2010-10-15: The Kalmit headlight has been swapped for a Petzl Tikka headlamp. I now have a dynohub and LED headlight on all three of the bikes I ride most often.
Trek 3700 - before make over
Trek 3700 - before make over
I have been looking for a decent bike as a commuter for a while now. I was using a 1989 Jock Bullen high tensile steel frame monster MTB for a while. But it had only about four working gears (out of 15) and was killing my knees. I managed to grab this Trek for AU$100. The previous owner was using it to commute to work and for family weekend rides. Lots of stuff (reflectors, bell and rack) had to be taken off. The plan is to slowly replace the parts, starting with: - stem: Bontrager 40degree ---> Truvativ Team 110mm - handlebars: hi-ten steel ---> Salsa Pro-Moto 11degree bend plus Onza barends - seatpost: Bontarger basic ---> Bontrager Sport (upgrade to Race Face Evolve XC soon) - Saddle: Bontrager Gel ---> WTB Devo Ti

spare tire mount bike
spare tire mount bike
Swagman XP 2-Bike Spare Tire Mount Rack
TIRE MOUNT RACKS are designed for use on vehicles with a rear spare tire carrier. The Swagman XP 2 Bike Tire Mount includes a dual retention system for peace of mind and incorporates the same individual rotating cradles as the entire Swagman XP rack line. To better position the bikes to the center of the vehicle, the rack can be mounted on a center mount spare tires or on side mounted spare tire. One model fits all applications except the Toyota Rav4 2006/2007. Product Instructions Additional Information Swagman Fit Guide
Transports up to 2 bikes
Universal Mount - can put it on a 45 degree tilt to center your bikes when the spare tire is to one side
It will work on those with the spare tire centered to the back of the vehicle
Transports up to 2 bikes
Universal Mount - can put it on a 45 degree tilt to center your bikes when the spare tire is to one side
It will work on those with the spare tire centered to the back of the vehicle
Transports up to 2 bikes
Universal Mount - can put it on a 45 degree tilt to center your bikes when the spare tire is to one side
It will work on those with the spare tire centered to the back of the vehicle
Transports up to 2 bikes
Universal Mount - can put it on a 45 degree tilt to center your bikes when the spare tire is to one side
It will work on those with the spare tire centered to the back of the vehicle

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