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Item no. 20099426
TRIPLE EIGHT Universal Klick&Go Rear Carrier
Universality meets cool design with spring retainer and maximum load up to 25kg. Triangle profile tubes make this TRIPLE EIGHT carrier, which fits 24" to 29" bicycles, very stable. Moreover, it includes rails for panniers and a rear light.
Features - Tripel Eight Klick&Go Universal Rear Carrier
- Universal rear wheel luggage carrier for 24" to 29" bikes
- With spring clamp and rear light holder
- Mounting for pannier bags
- Compatibility: For 24" to 29" bikes
- Load capacity: 25 kg
- Size: 390 x 200 x 420 mm
- 1130 g (manufacturer information)
Scope of delivery
- 1 x Tripel Eight Universal Klick&Go Rear Carrier
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Somehow mounting rear racks is always a gamble. In this case it turned out bad, at least when it comes to mounting. I mounted it on a CaadX size 61, but there is no way to fit it on the bike with the delivered parts. The part to connect the rack with the frame under the seatpost, are way too long. That part (the one you see on the 3th photo) is like 20cm long, but you only need like 5-10cm. And you can not reduce its size. The rack has a solution to adjust for the bikes geometry but even at the max position, it is still like 10cm off to mount the rack horizontal. And there is spare with different length part for the same purpose, but is even an extra 8cm longer. Also not usable. Luckily I had an old donor rack from which I could steal some parts to mount the rack correctly. I checked this racks geometry against a Niner gravelbike I own: on this bike the rack would fit with the delivered parts. I guess the Caadx, being a cyclocross bike, with a shorter geometry, even for the size 61 is just too short for the design of this rack. Many other racks have more options to adjust for the bikes geometry. I The manufacturer should indicate a minimal chainstay of the bike. Apart from the mounting issue, I like the design. The reason I still give it a good score. The rack has also a lot of bolds where other racks are welded. I am not sure what is the best solution in the long run. We will see in 5 years if the bolds did hold...