Why do you say "needless to say, it will need to be installed on top of the car."?I'd like a bike rack for my car-I have an '04 Honda Civic. I would like a bike rack that won't be too difficult to operate, i.e. my bike can come on and off easily. Needless to say, it will need to be installed on top of the car.
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Those are the one's I have inside our Transit. When I travel, I lock the fork mount and also use a cable lock around the frame as an extra deterrent. Depending on where we stay overnight, I sometimes put a tight fitting lock on the chainring around the chain. If they do get the bike after setting off the alarm, cutting the cable lock and the wheel mount lock, they will have to replace the crankset or tear it up trying to get the other lock off of it. If I have the hybrid in the back, I just lock the fork mount.rinkrat793 said:Here's what the front fork mounts look like. They work super well. And you can still lock up your bikes with it.