Any pictures of how you transport your favorite ride?

pawtoki

Member
Was just leaving for a ride on a country road 40 miles from home. This is how I transport my Rad
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sc00ter

Active Member
I lay my RadRunner on its side in the back of my Subaru Baja. The handle bars hang over the side and the headset area got all scratched up from the bed liner. But it works fine for me. I make sure not to pinch or hit anything important. Been thinking of a hitch mount like greeno above has. Looks very nice and easy to use!
 

6zfshdb

Well-Known Member
Short of an enclosed van, IMO, the bed of a pickup is the best way to carry your bike. There is nothing hanging out to get damaged or stolen and the bikes are protected from most road debris.

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Alaskan

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In Oregon on a 3,000+ mile trip from Bellingham to San Diego and back with a Riese & Muller Delite Mountain and Homage Rohloff HS on a Thule Easyfold XT2 hitch rack on the back of a Benz E500 4matic wagon.
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Prairie Dog

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https://audiclubna.org/etron/2020/10/02/project-e-tron-roof-racked-and-ready/In Oregon on a 3,000+ mile trip from Bellingham to San Diego and back with a Riese & Muller Delite Mountain and Homage Rohloff HS on a Thule Easyfold XT2 hitch rack on the back of a Benz E500 4matic wagon.
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What a great touring wagon. I've owned a couple of wagons in the past and so have a soft spot for them.

Then there is the Audi Etron. Not your typical family wagon. :)

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