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Thule Elite G2 One Bike

£363.37(inc VAT) £419.99
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A Thule bike rack with short platform to transport one bike on the rear wall.

Thule Elite G2 One Bike Features
  • Short platform to transport only one bike
  • Especially for caravan users to have an equal load of two bikes on the caravan: one bike on the rear wall and one on the A-frame
  • The platform lock creates excellent force control and perfectly secures the bike during transport
  • Adjustable wheel holders with straps to easily secure the bike wheels
  • Standardly equipped with a Thule Bottom Mounting Rail
  • The bike rail is adjustable from left to right to find easily the best position for your bike
  • Easy mounting of the bike through a detachable bike arm with lockable Thule AcuTight torque limiter knob that clicks when optimal torque is reached

  • Compatibility : Caravans / Motorhomes
  • Mounting location : Rear wall
  • Load capacity for bikes : 1
  • Max bike weight : 30 kg
  • Max weight capacity : 30 kg
  • Sliding rail in depth : NO
  • Sliding rail left-right : YES
  • Lockable platform : Manual
  • Lockable bike-to-rack : YES
  • One Key System compatible: YES
  • Total width : 131 cm
  • Height : 80 - 150 cm
  • Depth : 41 cm
  • Weight : 6.7 kg
  • Colour : Anodised
  • Model number: 302047

EAN-13 : 5415182056861
If you’ve changed your mind about keeping your purchase, please return it in its original condition with proof of purchase and we’ll exchange or refund it. Unless faulty, this should be within 30 days of receiving your order. By original condition, we’d expect this to mean that you’ve kept packaging and labels, and that the item is undamaged and unused.

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