- Saris Gran Fondo 2 Bike Rack
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Saris Gran Fondo 2 Bike Rack
Whether you’re a cyclosportive or a club rider, the Gran Fondo gives you an easier – and more stylish – way to transport your bike to the start of your ride.
Top Features of the Saris Gran Fondo 2 Bike Rack
- New for 2011!
- Available exclusively in Europe
- Carries 2 bikes, up to 35 lbs. each
- Fits bikes with 700c, 26”,and 29” wheels
- Ratcheting anti–sway straps secure and stabilize bikes
- Lightweight, rust-resistant frame
Designed to fit two bikes securely to the rear of your car, the Gran Fondo cradles your bike vertically between the tail lights and license plate. And, its aerodynamic design creates a paceline effect, resulting in greater fuel efficiency. Now you’re ready to join the breakaway.
The all-new Gran Fondo features an innovative design that uniquely positions two bikes vertically on either side of your rear license plate. Its lightweight, rust-resistant aluminium frame attaches easily with rubber-coated hooks that protect your vehicle’s finish.
With the Gran Fondo, it’s easy to load up your bikes and hit the road. No overhead lifting, twisting, or balancing required. The Gran Fondo holds your front and rear bike wheels securely in aluminum-spined, injection-molded wheel cradles. Ratcheting straps adjust easily to fit bikes with 26”-29” wheels. And, when you’re done with the ride, the Gran Fondo’s compact frame makes it easy to store.
Like all of our racks, the Gran Fondo is covered under a limited lifetime warranty
About Car Racks
Travelling by car with your bike is much easier if you can carry it on the outside. It doesn't take up any room inside the vehicle and you don't get mud and grease all over your upholstery. The simplest racks to use fit onto the rear of the car. Most grip the vehicle with plastic-coated hooks which must be positioned where they can spread the load. With all these racks, it's vital that the rack is firmly attached to the car and it's best if you then fix the bikes to the car itself, not just to the rack. If you have a tow-ball, use it! That way, the rack won't even touch the car and the whole setup is really secure. If your car has roof rails, you can mount cycle carriers to them. This works well but be careful when entering car parks with height barriers! Whichever type you choose, make sure you lock the bikes to the car if you want to keep them.
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Product Q & A
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The saris site says it does
I bought one and it does not fit
see attached photo
the top plastic sections rest on the hatch glass before the feet
I just fitted one to a Mondeo Estate with a 'Flat Back' that has plenty of 'glass & plastic areas' which you need to avoid, and yet the Saris fit like a glove!
It has plenty of strap length and so no reason why an S Max should pose a problem, at the end of the day if it doesn't I'm sure Wiggle accept returns.
Sadly there is no locking system built into this unit however you could use small locks and lock it to the frame of the carrier.
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