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Arkel Randonneur Seat Post Rack
Arkel Randonneur Seat Post Rack
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Our Price: $109.99

Product Code: ARKEL14-RAND-RACK

Arkel Randonneur Seat Post Rack: This seat post rack is strong, light, stable, goes on and off in seconds and adjusts to fit both longer or shorter seat post set ups. A sleek quick release bracket attaches to both sides of the seat rails, forming rock-solid attachment points. The front of the rack gently envelopes the seat post with a soft rubberized clamp that is secured with a velcro strap. The three point attachment system of the Randonneur Seat Post Rack brings unequalled stability - it feels like it's bolted on to the frame! Move it from bike to bike depending on what type of riding you want to do.

Dual Attachment Points - With its dual attachment points, the Arkel Randonneur Rack is designed to combine both strength and stability with a very lightweight structure. The vertical load is carried by the seat rails while the seat post abutment point provides the exceptional lateral and vertical stability to the system. Moreover, the soft rubber seat post bracket acts like a shock absorber to dampen shocks from rough road conditions.
Specs & Information
  • Arkel Randonneur Seat Post Rack: Seat Post Rack - Carbon Friendly
  • Weight: 495g (unit)
  • Versatility: Want to carry stuff, but don't want a full-fledged bike rack? Before the Randonneur Seat Post Rack® it was heavy beam racks that clamp hard on the post and rotate around it, or the flimsy and flapping, low capacity bags that clip on a tiny ring bolted around the seat post. Match Arkel's Randonneur Seat Post Rack® with our Tailrider and you are ready for light touring on and off road.

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4 of 5 Recommended September 12, 2016
Reviewer: John from Houston  
It's a little bouncy but mounts quick and easy. I used it on a three day bike packing trip through the Arkansas mountains loaded to the recommended maximum weight. I had no problems what-so-ever. For a non-permanently mounted rack, I highly recommend it.

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