Yakima's vehicle-specific Q Clips are required to mount Yakima Q-Towers to your car. One end of the Q Clip attaches to the Tower and the other end attaches to your vehicle's door frame when you fasten your roof rack. Plus, they're coated to protect your vehicle's finish. Select the right model Q Clip for your vehicle using Yakima's rack configurator.
Yakima's Q-Towers are the rock-solid foundation for your Yakima roof rack (for vehicles without factory roof racks). The Q-Towers automatically adjust to fit your vehicle's roof contours and they have die-cast components that securely hold the crossbars (sold separately). Plus, they hold fast and safely to your roof with rubber pads that protect your vehicle's finish.
Stop looking for footstools to get your bikes on and off your roof rack. Thule's Criterium makes mounting bikes much easier. Its sculpted wheel tray and support arm keep your bike in position while you secure it to the rack, while the rack-level dial-activated clamp firmly and safely grips the bicycle by the down tube. Unloading is a breeze, too. A push-button release frees your ride in the blink of an eye. The Criterium's dual-action wheel strap fits all tire sizes. The Criterium fits on square and round crossbars (sold separately).
With an iron grip, Thule's Rapid Crossroad turns factory-installed raised rails into a versatile multipurpose rack system. Your car's rails are fully protected thanks to the integrated rubber lining. You also get maximum rack strength and a custom fit from the tooless, rubber-coated steel straps.
When it comes to roof-mounted bike trays, Thule leads the pack. Their Paceline Fork Mount Carrier simplifies loading and unloading your bike. The one-handed closure automatically adjusts to different dropout thicknesses and optimizes clamping pressure to prevent damage to your fork from over-clamping. Its ratcheting rear-wheel strap and high-sided wheel cradle keep the rear of the bike in place while you're driving to and from your ride. There's even space for a One-Key lock cylinder (sold separately) to keep your faithful steed safe and secure. This carrier fits all Thule rack systems, third-party round bars, and most car company's factory racks.
Transporting tandems has never been easier than with Thule’s Tandem Bike Mount. Its unique pivoting fork mount allows fast, easy, one-person loading and it easily converts to carry single bikes. Boasting a corrosion-resistant aluminum tray, the Tandem Bike Mount includes tough nylon clamps and a stainless-steel skewer, too. It fits on square and round crossbars (sold separately).
Thule's Traverse Short Roof Adapter enables installation of a rack system on 2-door cars or cars with short roofs. It increases the stability of your rack and gear which means you can safely carry more equipment. It's designed for use with the Traverse Foot System and Rapid Aero or square crossbars.
Designed to interface with slotted roof racks found on many European cars, RockyMounts' Euro PitchFork is the ultimate in sleek, stealthy looks. The clean lines are accentuated with mounting plates that slide seamlessly into the crossbar channels. When it's time to mount a bike, you'll be impressed with the ease of use and its strong, secure hold on your bike.
RockyMounts' low profile PitchFork bike carrier looks great on any vehicle and helps to keep your gas mileage up by not interfering with the airflow over your roof. When it's time to load the bike on your roof, you'll be impressed with how easy to use and strong the PitchFork is. Compatible with disc brakes, this fork-mount rack is great for road and mountain bikes and accommodates tires up to 2.7-inches wide.
RockyMount's Brass Knuckles rack gets your bike from point A to point B with the minimum of hassle and the maximum of security. The aluminum arm uses finely indexed ratcheting to hold front bike wheels from 20- to 29-inches with widths from skinny road tires to fat DH monsters. Form-fitting mounting hardware plays nicely with almost any roof-mounted bars: round, square, or aero. When your bike isn't on the roof, the arm folds down for an extremely low profile for minimal wind noise and maximum gas mileage. For extra security, you can lock the bike to the rack and the rack to your car with lock cores (sold separately).
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