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Hey Bart Miller here with Cycling Strong. So
most of you know that I like to go to lots of bike races and lots of
events
I went to the tour Utah a couple of years ago
and was so impressed with what Subaru did in getting behind
cycling that I went out and I actually bought
a Subaru and I can’t tell you how happy I am
about my Subaru like I am just so you know on my road
no one owned a Subaru and now three people own Subaru’s and it’s because
I really love this car and as I talk to people I have such a passion for it that
they
can’t resist to go out and buy one so hopefully if you haven’t drove a Subaru
you go do that and let’s be very clear here they don’t endorse me or they don’t do
anything to help me
say that but I’ve truly enjoyed this vehicle because
its four wheel drive this year I was racing for Leadville
I want a good fuel mileage because I travel a lot to different places
but yet I wanted that four-wheel-drive capability and the clearance on it
everything worked out perfect the only thing it’s a pain in the butt sometimes
is you can see I’ve got a longer trailer on here and
to lead does not make it to where you’re able to get this
up in higher I mean you can’t get this
elevated any more than what it is right there and so sometimes the back end
scratches just a little bit when I’m bringing bikes through certain parking
lots or stuff like that
I’m willing to put up with that that’s not a big deal to me now
the other feature that Subaru gives me as I’m not the tallest guy in the world
so I can’t get bikes on top it’s a little more work for me
but I can get them on top and I can utilize the top of this vehicle
and it gives me a lot of storage in the back to haul all the crap that I do to races
so Subaru big shout out to you thanks for what you do for cycling
I know that you even get discounts out there to certain cycling groups
to be able to get a better buy on those and thanks for all you do
I think you’ve got an amazing vehicle and I’ll keep supporting you now I’m gonna
transition into
this rack system one thing that happens when your hauling lotta bikes when I go to
an event
those of you that don’t know I have a son that’s 14 years old and he loves to race
so he’s usually racing an any event and so am I
and we both like when we get somewhere to ride our road bikes
and our mountain bikes we don’t usually just take one bike, we take both bikes
so for us it’s like this I mean he’s got a road bike here
I got my road bike there I got my mountain bike here
he’s got his mountain bike right here but then let’s say that my daughter or my
wife wants to ride with us while we’re there
we have to haul more bikes so that’s when everything goes on top
the reason I go with this system though is is I’ve got expensive bikes
in I mean I’d like to think they’re expensive lets just say that
I don’t want this bike rubbing next to this bike
all the way down the road my previous rack is a rack that comes up
and comes out like this and you need to put the bikes on latch ’em down
but they can always swing and rub against each other I hated that because
I didn’t want in fact I got scratches in this bike and this bike
from a rack just like that I didn’t want that to happen
so I went with this system to be able to do that the other thing I like about
this system is
it’s extremely easy to get bikes off and on
you know they’ve got a little system throw that down it’s locked in the
back
you just pull the bike right off and you’re able to you know
be on your way in what you’re trying to do and get your bike ready
it’s also nice because I can just pump the tires up when they’re on here
so how this works is you put your bike up put it in the groove right here
set it on the back right here and once you’re there
there’s a little clicker right here you hold down you can push that in. If you
hear that noise
that noise is what this is catching into the the different sections
and I just give it one good push now I’ve talked to people that say you want
don’t wanna put it here you wanna put it out here
I don’t know exactly ideally where it works I’ve never had a bike come off putting
it right here
then this adjusts back here in the very back
so you can adjust this exactly where you want it take this
strap, put it where you need it to be
tighten it back here and then I don’t like mine really really tight
I like it just right and that just secures it on there nice and
nice and tight so that bike can bounce it can do whatever it wants
but its stays right there in place and rides extremely well
so this rack is worked extremely well for me in all the situations
that I’ve had to use it in I know that there’s some other racks out there
there’s some features in those racks that I really like I’m hoping to be able
to do some reviews on
those racks also but
that’s how you mount everything on this rack here
tool really makes it great, they do lots of cool stuff
and this rack like I said has worked really well so
the road bike sit back here what I do also is
this is a locking system that they have already built in
you can around come around the fork come around whatever you want
with this system lock the bike on what I do though is
I have a longer piece of cable that I’ve bought
that I run through the bikes and then I use these to go through the ends
and lock ’em right to this right here so
so that just keeps it simpler for me and makes it more user friendly when I get
somewhere to
undo the bikes and get through the back tires
so that I have ’em all kind off locked together
if you have any questions on the rack or the system
things I like or don’t like feel free the things that the downfall of this rack that I
don’t like
is too much stuff gets caught in here I don’t like that
I don’t like the fact that back here it can have some wiggle in it
it doesn’t tighten up in the the back as well as I want where the hitch actually
adjusts and tightens
I also don’t like the fact that when this is all the way up
that there’s no you know it has no use
but to sit back there and just rattle
I know some of the other rack systems have you know the features to be able to
work on your bike or do things to that nature
I wish that this had that same system integrated in it
other than that though it’s an overall good rack
and lots and lots a great benefits we have used
the heck out of it as you can tell
it’s very well used all the races I go to Oh the other thing too and you’ll see it
in another video that we’re going to do here in a second is
I wish that a fat bike tire could fit in here
and a fat bike tire could fit on the back because when I’m doing
fat bike races I’d like to be able to use it for that purpose
so keep cycling strong, comment below
once again tell me what works for you what you like the most
and love to hear your comments talk to you soon

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Subaru Bicycle Rack Review

Subaru bicycles have been around for a long time and are well known for providing a great quality product at a low price. There are many bicycle rack options and each have their own good points as well. But, what’s really important is your individual requirements and circumstances.

The Subaru built bike rack range has evolved since their first appearance back in the 1970’s. They are now available in many different sizes to fit most bikes with a standard size frame. They are also available in different styles from more traditional to more modern designs. The more modern designs incorporate clever design elements such as a built in security latch which will keep your bicycles safe from theft or even the odd knock.

A popular style of bicycle rack for Subaru is the Hub rack. This is a type of rack that allows you to attach a front wheel drive vehicle to a rear wheel drive vehicle. These racks have a small hook mounted on the front of the vehicle and they attach easily with a car Tyre chain, but it is still possible to get hold of the vehicle without attaching it to a chain.

Another great style of bike rack for Subaru is the Torsion. This style of rack is made from a very strong steel material and has multiple points where it can be fitted on to the rear of your vehicle. The reason this rack is so strong is because it uses four bolts rather than the traditional two, meaning that it is extremely secure, even if you have several bicycles attached.

If you are looking to purchase a new bicycle rack for your Subaru then you need to consider the type of Subaru make and model that you are using. Some racks are available with a hitch for use with your vehicle whilst others are designed for rear use only. It is also important to look at what type of mounting bracket that you can fit onto your Subaru vehicle.

A great way to shop for a new bicycle rack for your Subaru is to go online and search for ‘Subaru bicycle rack’ or ‘Subaru bicycle carrier’ as they are often referred to as. You can also go to a local bike store and ask the sales person to advise you on what would be suitable for your vehicle. If they cannot help you then go and try and find a specialist website that sells Subaru bicycles as they may be able to guide you through your options and point you in the right direction.

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