TreeFrog Universal Bike Racks And Crossbars

R 3,499.00
JHB, Gauteng
The range of TreeFrog universal bike racks and roof racks / cross-bars will change your world. Probably the most universal and cost effective bike carrier around.

No need to fit a R 10k tow bar just so that you can fit an R 8k bike carrier to transport your bike once or twice a week.
No need to change your "feet" every time you replace your car.
No need to listen to whistling through your roof racks even when you're not transporting your bike (which is most of the time).
Improve your fuel efficiency by removing your bike racks when you're not using them..

And what's more, if you like your Thule pro-rides, you can fit them to our universal cross-bars, which will allow you to fit and remove them in seconds. As with their rooftop cargo carriers.

Starting from as little as R 3 499, the TreeFrog bike carrier is probably the last bike carrier you'll ever need to buy. It can be fitted and removed literally in under a minute, and fits onto any car without the need for any tools. It can also be configured to carry a normal QR road bike, a 15mm thru-axle MTB, a 15x110mm BOOST MTB thru axle, a Lefty, a 12mm thru-axle road bike and a 20mm thru-axle enduro / DH bike. Or pretty much any combination.

These bike carriers have also been thoroughly tested by the manufacturers as well as the hooligans here at TOKEN Cycling SA, and we are 100% certain that if fitted correctly your bike will NEVER come off! Even the smallest carrier in the range can withstand 330kg of force. Which is a lot more than the wind against your bike frame!

Feel free to give us a call and have a chat to us if you have any questions - 011 465 4819

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  • Date listed: 13 August 2019 - 11:00
  • Condition: New
  • Advertiser: TOKEN Cycling SA (Dealer / business user)
  • Advert ID: 364567

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Comments & questions

dasilvarsa, Jun 01 2019 07:49

Only One Problem.

Having to take the wheel off the bike.

It is not good practice to take wheels off every time you ride. (often)

If you take off the front Wheel the bike will fit inside my hatch.

eddyvicki, Jun 05 2019 09:29

@dasilvarsa your hatch then becomes a 2 seater