Rocky Mounts BrassKnuckles Beats Bike Rack Profile Down to the Ground
The all-new Rocky Mounts BrassKnuckles bike rack comes out swingin’, claiming to be the lowest profile roof-mount tray on the market.
But the minuscule, aerodynamic shape punches out some big features, like a micro-adjust pivot arm, ergonomic handle and the ability to hold anything from your kids’ 20″ up a DH-worthy 29er tire. The tray and frame parts are made of premium alloy and use a combination of stackable contact pads and flexible mounting hardware to fit any crossbars. Even better, the arm can be flip-flopped to allow for easy driver or passenger side use.
Retail is $199.99 per bike, and it should ship with multiple color options this spring. More pics and specs below…
Slim, yes? Not only does that minimize its impact on your gas mileage when not carrying a bike, it means shipping weight and size is minimal, saving money at purchase, too.
The name comes from the shape of the handle, which sits just above the release button. To keep your bike where you put it, it uses a pair of optional locking cores (can be ordered keyed the same) to lock the tray to the car and the clamp on the wheel.