Product: 284763

Allen Sports Ultra Compact Trunk Mounted Bike Rack


Product Description

Ultra-compact 1-bike carrier for traveling and commuting

Folds up small and fits inside carrying bag or backpack

3 padded legs rest against vehicle; 3 adjustable security straps

Tie-downs and padding keep bike secure and separate from vehicle

Fits sedans, hatchbacks, minivans, and SUVs

Imported from USA

Need an on-the-spot bike carrier but don't want to carry a full-sized rack around? Turn to the Allen MT-1
ultra-compact one-bike carrier, which folds up small and fits in almost any bag, including your backpack. Ideal for
traveling, commuting, and other occasions when a portable bike rack might come in handy, the rack is small yet secure,
with three padded legs that rest against your vehicle and three adjustable straps that secure to your car's hatchback or
trunk gaps. Just as importantly, the rack holds your bike in a safe position thanks to the tie-downs and padding, which
combine to keep your bike from rocking or making contact with your vehicle. And when you're done using the rack, simply
fold it up and store it inside the included carrying bag. The one-bike rack--which sports a gray powder-coated
finish--is designed to fit sedans, hatchbacks, minivans, and SUVs.

About Allen Bike Racks
Started out of founder Dick Allen's garage in 1967, Allen Sports is committed to producing the highest-quality,
easiest-to-use bike, parking, and storage racks on the market. Dick Allen, a onetime aerospace engineer, opened Allen
Sports after building a prototype bike carrier in his Lincoln, Massachusetts, shop in his free time. The bike enthusiast
tested the trunk-mounted carrier--made of electrical conduit, metal strapping, and fire hose casings (for padding)--on
weekend excursions. Shortly afterward, Allen took his design to consumers, moving from local to national sales by 1971.
Today, the company owns more than three dozen patents and operates three warehouses nationally, two factories abroad,
and sells products in more than a dozen countries around the world.

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