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    Senior Member Woodi23's Avatar
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    Are they worth it?
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    Yes.
    Only a fool would attempt it, and God help me, I am that fool!

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    x2. the only issue i have is when i went rubber side up, i got my ankle pinned under it the first ride i did with it. it makes the rear of the bike a bit wider.



    product-wise they are quality A1 in material, function and customer service! it strengthens the rear of the bike, and give a great handle to pull on.
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    i went with a moose expedition rear rack cause it was a little cheaper and serves my purposes...the advantage of the cycleracks is the added drop protection with the side bars...




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    Well worth it. I've used my cyclerack for some really hard work too. Comes in very usefull.



    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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    Admiral, glad to see your 'pet' doesn't leave a ring in the grass from pacing back and forth. Is this a new training method or does he just like to stay on the gravel? I suppose you could turn off the petcock when the two of you aren't playing, but from the photo, it looks like he's ready to 'go'. Squirrel? TIM
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    Quote Originally Posted by admiral View Post
    Admiral, wouldn't it be easier to just fix your brakes?

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    Tinman Tim & TW-Brian, you guys are too funny!



    Tinman Tim, since I ride with a dog alot, it took me a bit to figure out what you were talking about. Georgie ain't in the picture. But alas, I finally had the ah ha moment. That one's pretty good. You caught me at a serious moment I guess



    TW-Brian, and here I was taking a moment of seriousness and trying to illustrate the versatility of the cyclerack. Then I get poked with a funny. Rear drag brake for sure!



    You all are good guys!
    Hidden Content A ride in the woods helps me relax and release tension. The fact I'm dragging a body should be entirely irrelevant?

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    This is on my short list. My lunch box fell of today going to work. It was recovered by a coworker! Next paycheck.
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    I modified and put handlebar pads on my cyclerack downbars. I forget who gave me the idea. It's also great for passengers to hang onto.


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