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Elite San Remo Roof Carrier

Elite San Remo Roof Carrier

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Product Description

Elite San Remo roof carrier is compatible with any bike whether road or MTB and even works with disc brake specific bikes - not something all roof carriers are capable of.

The Elite San Remo roof carrier is rock solid, so your bikes will be safe and secure. Compatible with any type of roof bars up to a width of 80mm giving you plenty of options.

Roof bars are not included

Key Features

  • San Remo bicycle carrier compatible with all types of bicycles (even with disc brakes) and carrier racks (up to 80 mm x 50 mm)
  • Compatible with wheels of any size thanks to the new rear wheel oscillating support system
  • Compatible with wheels till 29’’
  • Ample adjustment of distance between front and rear wheel (up to 520 mm)
  • Super strong aluminium body with quick clamping system
  • Preassembled, easy to use, compact for durability

    Occasionally, without notice, manufacturers change product design and/or specifications.

    Elite San Remo Roof Carrier Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    4.8
    out of 5
    4.80
    Build Quality
    4.50
    Performance
    4.80
    Value For Money
    4.80

    Customer Reviews (5)

    5
    Awesome kit
    by Anonymous user on 20/06/2018

    Purchased one of these to try for our impending France journey in August, originally got for my own bike, but thought i would try the wife's Wisper e-bike in it, worked a treat have had both bikes on the top, separately and tested on a 35 mile journey i do every Thursday, which entails some very twisty roads and some good straights for the 100 mph speed tests, passed with flying colours, so purchased a second one, build quality is good, the bolts are long but a cordless drill makes short work of winding them in, all in all wish i had seen these years ago,

    Purchased one of these to try for our impending France journey in August, originally got for my own bike, but thought i would try the wife's Wisper e-bike in it, worked a treat have had both bikes on the top, separately and tested on a 35 mile journey i do every Thursday, which entails some very twisty roads and some good straights for the 100 mph speed tests, passed with flying colours, so purchased a second one, build quality is good, the bolts are long but a cordless drill makes short work of winding them in, all in all wish i had seen these years ago,

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5
    5
    Happy customer
    by Garry N on 16/06/2017

    Fitting? Dead easy. If you've thin bars you might want to swap out the bolts so you've not got excess thread showing below. Performance? Holds a bike tight and I think with the bars being lower it'll be easier to fit another standard bike rack on the roof. VFM? It's solid. No issues there. OK, no locking, but if I leave car I can always use my lock as an extra deterrant. Plus I reckon not being able to get the front wheel makes the bike a little less nickable. Would I recommend it? I'm thinking about getting a second.

    Fitting? Dead easy. If you've thin bars you might want to swap out the bolts so you've not got excess thread showing below. Performance? Holds a bike tight and I think with the bars being lower it'll be easier to fit another standard bike rack on the roof. VFM? It's solid. No issues there. OK, no locking, but if I leave car I can always use my lock as an extra deterrant. Plus I reckon not being able to get the front wheel makes the bike a little less nickable. Would I recommend it? I'm thinking about getting a second.

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5
    5
    A great solution
    by David B on 22/05/2015

    I bought this to mount my carbon road bikes to the roof. I had looked at the Thule 591 but was dubious of clamping a thin carbon down tube, this was a much cheaper option and is rock solid, the only thing I didn't like was the strap that holds the rear wheel as it had a metal clasp that would only work across the rim, I bought a Velcro strap on eBay for 99p and problem solved.

    I bought this to mount my carbon road bikes to the roof. I had looked at the Thule 591 but was dubious of clamping a thin carbon down tube, this was a much cheaper option and is rock solid, the only thing I didn't like was the strap that holds the rear wheel as it had a metal clasp that would only work across the rim, I bought a Velcro strap on eBay for 99p and problem solved.

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 3.5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5
    5
    Pro look
    by Jon H on 25/01/2015

    Excellent simple solution.you do need roof bars but if you have this is the way to carry a bike.only downside the front wheel goes in the boot!

    Excellent simple solution.you do need roof bars but if you have this is the way to carry a bike.only downside the front wheel goes in the boot!

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 4/5
    4
    Best option when short of space on the roof
    by David B on 04/08/2014

    I was looking for a cycle carrier which would fit alongside my roof box. This was a perfect fit as it is only as wide as the front forks whilst other carriers with the wheels on must have enough width to keep the bike stable. By clamping the forks the bike is stable and the rear wheel is held in an ingeniously adjustable holder. One downside is the fact you have to stow the front wheel in the boot. You also need a light bike to make it easier to line up the forks with the front clamp.

    I was looking for a cycle carrier which would fit alongside my roof box. This was a perfect fit as it is only as wide as the front forks whilst other carriers with the wheels on must have enough width to keep the bike stable. By clamping the forks the bike is stable and the rear wheel is held in an ingeniously adjustable holder. One downside is the fact you have to stow the front wheel in the boot. You also need a light bike to make it easier to line up the forks with the front clamp.

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    4 out of 5
    Build Quality: 4/5
    Performance: 4/5
    Value For Money: 5/5