Rhino Rack MountainTrail Roof Bike Racks Review - 2010 Honda Accord

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Review of the Rhino Rack MountainTrail Roof Bike Racks on a 2010 Honda Accord


Today on this 2010 Honda Accord we're going to be test fitting the Rhino-Rack Mountain Trail Rooftop Bike Rack, part number: RBC035. We all ready have a bike installed on the rack, let's go and take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this is actually gripped to the rack has no frame contact at all. Instead, we have two points of contact. We have this wheel strap at the back and this fork mount at the front with a skewer. How this grips it is, just open it up, grips it by the bike's forks to hold it in place. We also have a lock at the end to ensure there is no theft or tampering of your bike itself.

The rear wheel strap is adjustable to the length of the bike rack to accommodate different size bikes and can grip tire sizes from road bikes to mountain bikes. Let's go ahead, take the bike off and set it aside. Push the tab at the top of our wheel straps, lift it out, and before we release the skewer we want to make sure we're holding onto the bike so it doesn't fall on us or the vehicle. Release it and lift the bike off. How this actually grips around your roof rack system, we have this metal bracket at the bottom with these turn knobs to grip it towards the rear. Up at the front, we have these rubber-coated steel straps that wrap around into this point and are tightened down by this screw. The cover that protects that is also locked, so that will prevent theft and tampering of your bike rack to the roof rack. There you have it for the Rhino-Rack Mountain Trail Rooftop Bike Rack, part number: RBC035, on our 2010 Honda Accord. 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.


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