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Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack - Wheel Mount - Clamp On - Aluminum

Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack - Wheel Mount - Clamp On - Aluminum

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Malone Roof Bike Racks - MPG2103

  • Wheel Mount
  • Malone
  • Aero Bars
  • Factory Bars
  • Round Bars
  • Square Bars
  • Elliptical Bars
  • 5mm Fork
  • 9mm Fork
  • 15mm Fork
  • 9mm Thru-Axle
  • 15mm Thru-Axle
  • 20mm Thru-Axle
  • Disc Brake Compatible
  • Bike Lock
  • Clamp On - Standard
  • Silver
  • Aluminum


  • Malone Pilot TC ST roof-mounted bike rack
  • Locking ratchet arm holds bike by front wheel or frame
  • 51" Tray fits most car top applications
  • Compatible with disk brake, thru-axles, and unconventional frame designs
  • Key locking ratchet arm deters theft
  • Adjustable wheel holders accommodate multiple wheel sizes and tire widths
    • 20" to 29" Wheels
    • Up to 5" wide fat tires
  • Universal brackets fit round, square, aero, elliptical, and most factory crossbars
  • Aluminum and steel construction
  • Includes:
    • Aluminum wheel tray
    • Front ratchet arm and base assembly
    • Rear plate assembly
    • 3 Universal fit mounting brackets
    • 2 Wheel cradles with TPU wheel straps
    • 2 Keys
    • 2 Tray endcaps
    • Hardware kit
    • Instruction manual
  • Dimensions: 51" long x 12" wide x 6" tall
  • Rack weight: 10 lbs
  • Carrying capacity: 1 bike
  • Load capacity: 33 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

MPG2103 Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Mounted Bike Carrier - Wheel Mount - Tray Style

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Video Transcript for Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack Review

Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the Malone Pilot TC ST Bike Rack, part number: MPG2103.The Malone Roof Bike Rack is pretty unique in that you're able to carry fat bikes on the roof of your vehicle, but also it has two mounting options, one being a wheel mount, like you can see here, or you can move this further back and attach it to the frame of your bike if need be. Since it has two mounting options with our hook here, this will fit a wide variety of bikes such as the fat bike you see here as well as road bikes, mountain bikes, alternate frame bikes and kids bikes as well, eliminating the need for any bike adapter bars that you may have.What also gives us the ability to use multiple bikes is going to be the cradles as they're adjustable back and forth to accommodate those different sizes. Also, we have the straps here with the two settings, one for the fat bike tire and one for your regular tires.This has less hassle than your fork-mount bike racks since you don't have to remove the front tire to install it on your vehicle. However, something to consider is going to be the height of this now that you have a full bike on top of your vehicle, especially when you're pulling back into your garage.With everything installed, we don't have to worry about any spacing issues between our hatch and the bike rack. As you can see, there's plenty of space in this particular situation, but you always want to keep this in mind when you have your bike loaded up.This does have a ratcheting arm to put everything into place, and when it ratchets, it's already in the locking position, so now it's secure and no one can take the bike off. We do have two sets of keys to unlock it to take it back off the vehicle.This can fit 20 to 29-inch wheels and up to five-inch wide fat tires.Once the bikes are taken off, it does fold flat, so it's going to make less noise while you drive.Right now we have this attached for Aero Style bars.

This will also work with square, round, elliptical and most factory roof racks as well.Looking at our customer comments, one of the advantages that we have with a roof bike rack is you don't have to deal with the hassle of exhaust placement with the rear of your car if you have a hitch, such as with platform bike racks, so it doesn't damage your actual bike; or if you don't even want to get a hitch or a bike rack for your inaudible 00:01:57 vehicle, this is a good alternative.Now right now we have it on an after-market roof-rack system, but there's a lot of vehicles out there with factory roof racks where this will work perfectly with it. Also, it leaves plenty of space on the other side to install other accessories such as roof boxes, bags or other bike racks.Another huge advantage to a roof bike rack is the ability to gain rear hatch access. With bike racks you usually have to tilt away or swing out to get to the rear, with this you always have the option to get to what you want.When comparing this with other bike racks, one that comes up is going to be the Thule ProRide Roof Bike Rack, part number: TH598003. Now there's a few differences between these two bike racks besides the price. One of that's going to be how everything mounts up.

While the Malone has the two options with the hook, being it could be either a frame hook or a wheel hook, with the Thule ProRide, it could only grip it around the frame. Both bikes do carry fat bikes. However, with Thule, you are going to have to purchase an after-market fat bike adapter kit for it for that to work.Now that we've gone over some of the features of the bike rack, let's go ahead and show you how it installs. Our first step is to simply pick up our bike rack and set it on our existing roof-rack system. Next we can start installing our hardware to tighten around our roof rack system.

We'll see the holes here. Place our bolts through like so. Then we'll bring our Jaws universal clamp here, big washer and turn knob, we can start installing that. We'll do that for the other side as well. Alright, we'll get it loosely tightened up and then we'll finish up and get it snug around our bar.

Then we'll repeat this process for our other mounting pointsNow with everything attached, we're going to give it the old shake test here to make sure it's nice and sturdy. Next we can start getting our bike ready to be installed. You'll notice that we have our wheel cradles loose where we can move them back forth on both sides. What we'll do next is we'll unlock our wheel hook here, fold that out and then set our bike into place. Lift it up, take our tee, put it in the unlocked position to completely open it up. Then we'll fold that out of the way, make sure our straps are out of the way as well. Then we'll lift our bike into position. Make sure our bike is resting firmly in the cradles.Now at this point, lift our bike back off and tighten down our cradles so they won't move once we have our bike in place. The place you want to go to is right here. Using the included Allen tool, we'll get that in there and tighten that bolt down. We'll do this to the rear cradle as well.Now since we're going to be attaching a fat bike to this, we'll remove our strap here from the inside portion and go to our outside attachments. We'll do this on the front cradle as well.With everything tightened down, now we can install our bike for good. Again, setting it in the cradles. Then we'll bring up our wheel hook here. Bringing it down nice and tight. Then locking it down so it's nice and secure. Then we'll bring our straps through our spokes, bringing those down nice and tight around our wheel.Alright, with everything tightened down, now we're ready to hit the road. We'll go ahead and take it out on our test course and show you how it looks.Here it is on our test course, we'll start by going through the slalom. This is going to show us the side-to-side action, which simulates turning corners or evasive maneuvers.Next, we're at the alternating speed bumps, which we'll see the twisting action. This will simulate hitting a curb or pothole or driving over uneven pavement.Finally, we have the full speed bumps where we'll see the up-and-down action, which is just like driving out of a parking lot garage or driveway.There you have it for the Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack.


Customer Reviews

Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack - Wheel Mount - Clamp On - Aluminum - MPG2103

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (7 Customer Reviews)


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I ordered this product from trailer a year ago and have been completely satisfied. It has held up well and is easy to use. I also like the fact that I can lock my bike down on the rack when it is on top of my car. Good price as well. ETrailer was also helpful in talking to me about making sure it would fit when I called them. In short, a great experience all around. 663910



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Easy to install and easy to load a bike on will sand more pictures with a bike as well soon 680312



- MPG2103
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etrailer offered an exceptional price and quick easy ordering. Product was shipped within a reasonable time. Looking forward to taking my mountain bike and epic surf ski on weekend campouts on the easy to use and low cost Malone rack. 506491



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Is nice, it is easy to place the bike, the only thing that I do not like, is that it shaking a little in the expressway 611913



- MPG2103
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Product is what i expected. Poor craftmanship in regards to the end caps that button up the empty tubes. fitment was poor and they fell off within the first five miles. I guess i could replace them , but they were poorly executed as far as engineering. 729439



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I bought this rack to mount in a custom location. I thought about buying all the components individually and then spotted this rack that had everything I needed at a great price. I just needed to fabricate a couple of custom mounting brackets for the tray and a support brace for the wheel arm. It works great! 724949



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I bought two of these for my Passat wagon. Great product. Very well made. Almost no wind noise. Very stable. The only issue to look out for is that you need to be fairly strong to lift the bikes up onto your roof. 625394


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Ask the Experts about this Malone Roof Bike Racks

  • Does Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack # MPG2103 Fit on Malone Aero Crossbars
    Yes, the Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack # MPG2103 that you referenced does fit Malone Aero2 crossbars and the widest portion of it measures 12 inches. I attached a review video for this carrier for you to check out as well.
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  • What Is the Highest Weight Rated Roof Mount Bike Rack
    I can confirm that the weight capacity of the Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack part # MPG2103 is 33 lbs. If you need a higher weight capacity, the Swagman Race Ready Roof Bike Rack part # S64705 which is similarly priced is rated at 45 lbs. The Inno Tire Hold II Roof Bike Rack part # INA389 has the highest weight capacity of 50 lbs.
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  • Minimum Crossbar Spread for Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack
    I reached out to Malone and the minimum crossbar spread of their Pilot TC roof bike rack, part # MPG2103, is 24 inches. They also stated that using the Pilot on a spread of 23.62 inches wouldn't be an issue since it's so close.
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  • Will Malone Roof Rack part # MPG2103 Fit 2017 Mini Clubman
    As long as your 2017 Mini Clubman has a factory roof rack with crossbars that run from left to right the Malone Pilot TC ST part # MPG2103 that you referenced will fit and work well. If you need a roof rack the Yakima roof rack part numbers # Y00408, # Y00145, # Y03536, and # Y06009 is designed to fit the factory flush rails you have that run front to back on your vehicle.
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  • Roof Rack for Using the Malone Pilot TC ST Bike Rack on a 2014 Toyota Prius V
    For your 2014 Toyota Prius V, I recommend the Rola Sport GTX Series, part # 59729. This is a value focused rack that will add a great, easy to install roof rack onto your Prius V and allow you to use the Malone Pilot TC ST Roof rack, part # MPG2103. The Rola Sport GTX rack includes integrated locks and channel mounts, giving you a wide range of flexibility beyond the bike rack. I've included video reviews of the Malone Pilot so you can get a feel for its features and performance...
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  • Will Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack Fit Truck Bed Crossbars on Toyota Tacoma
    I reached out to my contact at Malone and she said that the Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack # MPG2103 will fit crossbars that are up to 3-3/4 inches wide and 1-3/4 inches tall so it will fit the bars on your Tacoma without issue. I have attached a short video review that you can check out as well.
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  • Most Affordable Wheel Mount Roof Bike Rack For Aero Bars
    The most affordable wheel mount bike rack option is Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack part # MPG2103. The universal brackets fit round, square, aero, elliptical, and most factory crossbars including the aero bars of your Rola GTX part # 59767. The Malone's adjustable wheel holders accommodate 20" to 29" Wheels with up to 5" wide fat tires. The aluminum construction of the rack weighs 10 lbs compared to other roof mount bike racks that can weigh up to 20 lbs for vehicle's with lower roof...
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  • Recommended Roof Rack For Nissan Rogue With Factory Side Raised Rails
    If you have factory side raised rails that run front to back the 2013 Nissan Rogue Roof Rack by Malone # MPG215 will fit. This system will fit side rails that are between 1" and 2-1/4" wide and have a max height of 1-1/2". The feet on this unit are going to allow the unit to easily attach to your factory raised side rails on the Rogue. They're going to feature cam assist bolts that ensure a tight fit on smaller side rails, and they are padded. So where they grip around the side rails they...
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  • How to Carry Bikes on a 2017 Honda Civic Si with Center Exhaust
    There are very few hitch fits with vehicles that have center exhaust. Unfortunately there are thus far no plans to make one for a Civic with center exhaust. If you are wanting a hitch to carry bikes or cargo let me know because there may be other options.
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  • Recommended Spare Tire Holder and Bike Rack For Rola Roof Basket
    If you have the Rola Roof Mounted Cargo Basket # 59504, there is not a spare tire carrier that is designed to fit. There are a couple of possible options with a little ingenuity like the Spare Tire Carrier for Rhino-Rack Alloy Tray Roof Cargo Carrier # RSWH or the Spare Tire Carrier for Yakima Roof Rack Cargo Baskets # Y07076. In order for a bike rack to be compatible, you would need to add the Rola Roof Mounted Cargo Basket Extension # 59505 to give you the additional 18-3/4 inches....
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  • Recommendation for Carrying Bikes on 2015 Mercedes-Benz GL450 with Active Curve System
    There is not a Class I trailer hitch receiver confirmed to fit your vehicle from any of our manufacturers. As you stated the Class III # C13190 will also not fit due to the Active Curve System, so there is not a hitch option for you at this time. The only options we have that aren't roof mounted are the SeaSucker Hornet # 298-BH1302 or the SeaSucker Komodo # 298-BK1910-BK. I know it isn't convenient to lift your bikes to your roof, but it in my opinion is the best option for you...
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  • What Is The Best Way To Carry Bikes On A Pop Up?
    A popular option that is my recommendation is the Lets Go Aero BikeWing-2 Bike Rack # B01311 used for the top tube on a ball mount with accessory receiver like the MaxxTow Ball Mount # MT70066. This ball mount provides up to 500-lbs of tongue weight and the dry tongue weight for your 2019 Rockwood Freedom 1940 Ltd is 195lbs. A concern however is platform bike racks like your Yakima often do not work on a hitch adapter when towing a trailer because they stick out too far, which is why I...
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  • Carrying 6 Bikes on a 2012 Honda Odyssey
    There's a couple ways to do this, but the first thing you'll want to verify is your vehicle's towing capacity and roof capacity with your manufacturer to make sure you don't exceed your capacity. A quick tip on this setup is that the two 16 inch bikes are likely best carried in the rear cargo area of the vehicle, as there's only a few hitch racks that can carry them. Either way, you'll need to attach a hitch to get the best capacity out of your vehicle. I recommend using the Draw-Tite...
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  • Can a Hollywood Racks 2 Bike Add-On be Added to the # HR1450Z-E to Carry 4 Bikes
    The Hollywood Racks Sport Rider # HR1450Z-E bike rack for electric bikes cannot have one of the add-on Hollywood Racks bike racks, like # HR1475Z, installed to make the rack able to carry 4 bikes. The best option for you to carry 4 bikes on your 2012 Honda Odyssey van would be to use a roof mounted bike rack along with your hitch mounted rack that you already have for your hitch. If your van already has a roof rack with crossbars, then I recommend the Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike...
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  • Carrying 4 Bikes on a 2014 Toyota Prius Plug-In Hybrid
    I have a solution for you but there are a few limitations with a Class I hitch that will change how you load the vehicle. A Class I hitch like the Curt, part # C11276 is limited to only carrying two bikes. A Class I hitch is designed to only have weight relatively close to the vehicle, so adding a third bike can risk significant damage to the vehicle and the hitch. I can't recommend the setup that you've looked at for that reason. Before I get into the recommendations for your...
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  • Bike Rack Recommendation for Malone Roof Rack on 2016 Infiniti QX50
    The Malone AirFlow2 Roof Rack # MPG216 is a great option for a roof rack on your 2016 Infiniti QX50 with raised side rails and the 58 inch bars will allow you to easily fit a pair of bike racks. For a compatible bike rack I recommend the Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Bike Rack # MPG2103 because it is a wheel-mounted bike rack that will protect your bikes because it does not require any contact with your bike's frame when they are being transported. The Pilot TC ST will also accommodate...
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  • Roof Rack and Accessories for a 2001 Ford Excursion
    For a roof rack that fits your factory rails and replaces your crossbars, I recommend checking out the Rhino Rack Aero, which consists of the Quick Mount Legs # RRRLT600 and Vortex Aero Crossbars # RRVA137S-2. You would have to remove your current crossbars, but once you do, the Vortex Aero should be a big improvement, allowing you to carry bikes and a kayak. The aero design of the bars reduce wind noise and has channels to allow a larger variety of accessories to be used. There are...
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  • Most Economical Option for Carrying 4 Bikes on 2012 Mazda 5
    The most economical way to carry 4 bikes on a 2012 Mazda 5 is to use a roof rack and a trunk mounted carrier. The 4 bike carrier for a hitch mount will not work as your vehicle only has a Class 1 hitch available and restricts you to 2 bikes. For the roof rack, I recommend the Thule AeroBlade Edge Roof Rack - Fixed Mounting # TH7601B-TH7602B and fit kit # THKIT3080 is you have a naked roof with fixed mounting points. If you have a roof without factory side rails. If you have the raised...
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  • Roof Frame or Wheel Bike Rack for a Rhino Rack 2500 Series Roof Rack
    I have a few solutions for you, but the Swagman Upright, part # S64720 is not compatible with the Rhino Rack 2500 series roof rack. The Upright only works with square, round and some factory bars. Instead, I recommend the Thule ProRide XT, part # TH598004. This rack is a frame mount clamp that will fit to the channels of the RhinoRack crossbars, part # RRVA118B-2 that you have, and provide a good, solid mount for your bikes. It doesn't include locks, but they can be added as part #...
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    The Swagman Roamer LT Roof Rack for Pop-Up Campers, # S80510, uses square crossbars and can mount a bike rack that is compatible with square crossbars. For a bike rack, I recommend the Malone Pilot TC ST roof Bike Rack, # MPG2103. The Malone bike rack will mount to square crossbars as well as round, elliptical, aero, and most factory crossbars. The rack uses wheels straps and a locking ratcheting are to hold the front wheel of the bike. The Malone rack is lightweight weighing only...
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    Rhino Rack has the most cost effective crossbar solution for the Retrax Pro XR tonneaus like what you have with the part # RRVA165B-RRRLT600 which was specifically designed for your application. The other brand options are more expensive and I wouldn't say any higher quality so the Rhino Rack is what I would recommend for you, and also what I would personally go with if I were in your situation. Then for a bike rack the Malone Pilot TC ST part # MPG2103 that you mentioned would be a...
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  • Best Economy Roof Rack for 2020 Subaru Impreza with Factory Raised Rails and Sunroof
    Yes, the Malone AirFlow2 roof rack # MPG215 is confirmed to fit the factory installed rails on your 2020 Subaru Impreza and while the sunroof will not interfere with the roof rack installation, you'll want to refrain from opening it as it will inevitably get pretty noisy. The Malone roof rack is really a solid choice considering it comes in at a pretty incredible price point. I actually have had the chance to install a few different roof racks and can tell you that the feet and crossbars...
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    I have a solution for you, however the Rola GTX Sport, part # 59734 is not a confirmed fit for your 2014 Toyota Corolla S. Instead, I recommend the Rola Rail Extreme DFE Series, part # R5005. This will give you an easy to install and mount to roof rack kit that can carry your bike. You will want to verify your roof's weight capacity prior to installing or using the roof rack, and remember that the lowest capacity will determine the overall capacity of the system. I recommend the...
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  • Roof Rack and Bike Rack Recommendation for 2012 Mazda 2
    For your 2012 Mazda 2 we have the Rola roof rack part # 59713 which is a confirmed fit and would work well for carrying a bike rack. Then for a roof bike rack we have the RockMounts TieRod part # RKY1012 which will fit and work well. This rack attaches to the forks of the bike so the wheel has to come off. For a rack that let's you keep the wheel on we have the Malone Pilot TC part # MPG2103.
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  • Roof Rack and Bike Rack Recommendation for 2005 Rockwood Freedom 1940LTD
    For that you'd want to install the Swagman Roamer LT Roof Rack for Pop Up Campers part # S80510 so that you could install roof bike racks like the Malone Pilot TC ST Roof Rack Bike Rack part # MPG2103 which allows you to leave the front wheel on the bike.
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    The trailer hitches for the 2006 Scion xB, including Curt hitch # C11487, can only handle a maximum of 2 bikes. Both bike rack manufacturers and hitch manufacturers agree on that point. The issue is not that it is too much weight but how far that weight is from the receiver. A third and subsequent bikes will be far enough from the receiver to increase the stress and leverage on it which can damage the hitch, vehicle, and bike rack. Curt also says you have to use stabilization strap #...
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  • Recommendation for Towing Pop-up Camper with 2016 Silverado 1500 and 4 Bikes
    I've tried every possible option I can think of to get that bike rack and adapters to allow you to tow at the same time and unfortunately there really isn't a solution that will work with a single hitch receiver compatible with your 2016 Silverado 1500 because multiple adapters are not an option due to the restriction on tongue weight. An option is to use a front mounted hitch like # C31069 with the bike rack and then use the rear receiver for towing your trailer, but that does seriously...
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  • Recommended Roof Rack, Roof Bag, and Bike Carrier for 2015 Toyota Prius
    For your 2015 Toyota Prius, I recommend the Rhino-Rack RS 2500 Roof Rack for Naked Roofs - Vortex Aero Crossbars # RRRS490B. This is a custom fit for your vehicle and is a custom fit for your vehicle. I've attached a video to assist. For your roof bag, I recommend the Rola Platypus Expandable Roof Top Bag - Water Resistant - 14 cu ft # 59100. This is a very nice bag with a zipper to expand the bag as needed and Velcro style closures over the sipper to keep water out. . You may also...
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  • Bike Rack Solutions to Carry a Trike and 3 Bikes with 2011 Honda Odyssey
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