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RockyMounts offers upright rack that fits everything including fat bikes

Published August 31, 2015

BOULDER, Colo. (BRAIN) — RockyMounts' new upright bike mount, the TomaHawk can accommodate everything from 20-inch kids bikes to fat bikes with 5-inch wide tires.  The rack mounts to all styles of crossbars (round, square, aero, and factory).

Like its predecessor the BrassKnuckles, TomaHawk comes with a low profile, fuel-efficient tray. A pivoting arm allows for easy and efficient driver-side or passenger-side installation, saving retailers and customers time and money.

“We believe the TomaHawk could become the best selling upright mount on the market,” said RockyMounts' Bruno Maier. “The product’s versatility, quality, and value will help expand distribution and introduce new customers to the RockyMounts brand. It brings the quality and security of the BrassKnuckles to a new price-point.”

The TomaHawk comes with the newly designed “Eze-Loader” wheel straps. The design keeps the wheel strap out of the way while loading the bike. The pivoting arm assembly is integrated into the mounting head to provide a low profile appearance and increased fuel efficiency. The handle includes a non-pinching trigger and RockyMounts’ “Positive Ratcheting Engagement,” which allows the wheel-hook to move in finer increments resulting in a more securely attached bike. The handle also includes the RockyMounts’ “Secure Locking System.” 

The TomaHawk will retail for $159.95 and be available for shipment and purchase in November.


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