This rack took a long time to assemble but was easy to fit, with steel straps top and bottom, and quick-release levers. The three aluminium wheel channels adjust for length, so are suitable for a variety of wheelbases.
Two clamps fix onto any part of the two inner frames, with the outer bike held by a double clamp to the middle one. Straps hold each wheel, so security is great, though our front wheel wobbled in its generous channel. It doesn’t fold flat without some disassembly, and requires a fitting kit that costs another £12.99.
This article was originally published in Cycling Plus magazine.