Seasucker Talon roof rack review

Sucker-mounted rack that doesn't suck

Our rating 
4.0 out of 5 star rating 4.0
GBP £250.00 RRP | AUD $400.00 | USD $270.00

Our review

Pricey, but the system is easily installed, rock solid and does away with roof bars
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The Seasucker is a roof-mounted rack, but uniquely, it doesn’t require expensive roof bars. Instead, large suction cups fix it to the roof.

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Once the roof is cleaned without soap, the suckers are quick to install and hold fast. Pushing the bike hard from side to side revealed a surprisingly solid feel and firm anchoring to the car’s roof.

The suction cups are a lot stronger than you might think:

The suction cups are a lot stronger than you might think

After plenty of driving with a hefty bike, our confidence in the system has grown. The cups didn’t lose any vacuum over a week, but if this does start happening, a handy indicator will reveal it.

The Seasucker requires the removal of the front wheel, but at least this keeps the bars lower than other roof carriers. Adaptors can be easily swapped to suit QR, 15mm and 20mm axles, and our 15mm one worked a treat.

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With no way of locking the rack down, there is a danger of theft if left unattended, but at least the front wheel should be locked inside the car, so any prospective thieves will need impeccable wheelie-ing skills to make off with your ride.

Product Specifications


Name Name, 0, 10, Name, Talon
Brand Brand, 0, 20, Brand, Seasucker

Bike Capacity Bike Capacity, 2, 0, Bike Capacity, 1 Bike
Car Rack Type Car Rack Type, 2, 0, Car Rack Type, Roof Mounted