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Allen Sports Bicycle Adaptor Bar - Dick's Sporting Goods

Allen Sports Bicycle Adaptor Bar

Item Number: 29833536
Price: $18.99
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No top tube, no problem. The Allen Sports® Bicycle Adaptor Bar is the perfect solution for transporting your bikes that don't have a top tube. Featuring an internal spring, this adaptor is easy to install before a trip to remote trails or family vacation. It is designed to safely and securely fit bikes with a distance of 18" to 27" between seat post and stem. The Allen Sports® Adaptor is a must-have for your next cycling trip.

FEATURES:

  • Bike adaptor bar
  • Perfect for transporting bikes without top tubes
  • Adds a top tube to unconventional bicycles
  • Allows unconventional bikes to be installed on bike racks
  • Features an internal spring for easy installation
  • Fits bicycles with a distance of 18" to 27" between seat post and stem
  • Manufacturer's warranty: Lifetime
  • Style: 900BZ
  • Allen Sports

For additional information relating to the Manufacturer's Warranty, please contact 1-800-722-5536.

Country of Origin: China

Customer Reviews

Rated 4 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Makes loading lady's bike so much easier Loading and securing my lady's style bike is so much easier the with adapter bar. Without the bar, the bike would ride high and act like a windbreak. Simply attach it to the bike and load. We plan to purchase another one for my granddaughter's bike. September 3, 2014
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