Allen Sports Tension Bar Bicycle Cross-Bar Adaptor

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Allen Sports Tension Bar Bicycle Cross-Bar Adaptor

Model 900B Creates a top tube for non-conventional frames Internal spring keeps your bikes secure. Plastic coated hooks protect bicycle's finish. Lifetime on workmanship and materials Allen Sports brings you...

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  • Model 900B
  • Creates a top tube for non-conventional frames
  • Internal spring keeps your bikes secure.
  • Plastic coated hooks protect bicycle's finish.
  • Lifetime on workmanship and materials

Allen Sports brings you a bicycle adaptor cross bar that adds a top tube to non-conventional frames. An internal spring maintains constant tension. Quickly attach this adaptor bar to a wide range of frame styles. Amazingly, its plastic coated hooks protect your bicycle's finish.

Made by Allen Bike Racks, this adaptor bar adds a top tube to your bicycle frame so that it can be installed properly on a bicycle carrier. It's designed to be used with hard-to-mount bike frames, such as full-suspension bikes, women's bikes, or other non-conventional designs. The bar features an internal spring that maintains constant tension to keep your bike secure. The product is designed to fit bikes that have a distance of 16 inches to 27 inches between the seat post and the stem, and installation is easy. Plastic-coated hooks are there to protect the finish of your bike.

Manufacturer's Warranty
All of Allen's products are backed by a no-nonsense lifetime guarantee. If an Allen Rack fails to function properly due to a defect in workmanship or material over the lifetime of the original purchaser, simply return the product with your original receipt, and Allen will repair or replace the rack free of charge. This warranty does not cover damage or wear which occurs as a result of day-to-day use or general wear and tear.

About Allen Sports USA
Allen's goal is to design and manufacture the finest bicycle carrying, parking, and storage racks available. Ever since Dick Allen started making rear-mounted bicycle carriers in his garage in Lincoln, Massachusetts, in 1967, the company has been committed to producing the highest-quality, easiest-to-use racks on the market.

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