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Kuat Dirtbag 9 (Quick-Release)
$13.00
He's cheap and a little rough around the edges. Not the kind of guy you'd want to introduce to your business associates, but he's dependable and always makes for a good time. The Dirtbag is the most affordable rack on the market, it's easy to use and can be easily bolted to just about anything.
Kuat Dirtbag 15
$19.00 - $29.00
We've all had a friend like The Dirtbag at some point in our lives. He's cheap and a little rough around the edges. Not the kind of guy you'd want to introduce to your business associates, but he's dependable and always makes for a good time. The Dirtbag is the most affordable rack on the market, it's easy to use and can be easily bolted to just about anything.
Kuat 1/2
$24.99
The lock comes with a burlap bag, dust cap, two keys, and a Kuat keychain bottle opener. 3/8" pin is for our 1.25" racks and the 1/2" pin is for our 2" racks.
Kuat Dirtbag Phat 9 (Quick-Release)
$19.00
We've all had a friend like The Dirtbag at some point in our lives. He's cheap and a little rough around the edges. Not the kind of guy you'd want to introduce to your business associates, but he's dependable and always makes for a good time. The Dirtbag is the most affordable rack on the market, it's easy to use and can be easily bolted to just about anything.
Kuat NV 2.0 Add-On
$439.00
When your solo ride turns into a weekend expedition with friends, the NV 2.0 Add-On lets you increase the NV 2.0 carrying capacity from two to four bikes in less time than it takes your friends to decide who gets to sit up front. - Adjustable front tire cradle system - Fully integrated cable locks - Trail Doc compatible - Front tire ratchet design with an intuitive release - Rear tire strap features a co-molded strap to protect wheels - Premium gloss metallic powder with water transferred logos - Compatible with 2” NV 2.0 - Increases 2” NV 2.0 carrying capacity to 4 bicycles weighing up to 40 - pounds each - Holds wheelbases up to 48” and tires as large as 4.8” - Quick change from 2 to 4 bikes
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