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Topeak RX BeamRack Rear Bike Rack

Topeak RX BeamRack Rear Bike Rack

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Product Description

A light weight seatpost rack with included side frames. For use on road and fitness bikes. Compatible with all RX Trunk Bags, 15 lbs. carrying capacity. Includes rubber bungees and clip for RedLite.

Clamp :
  • Fits ø25.4~ø31.8mm (shims Incl.)
Material  :
  • Aluminum
Bag Compatibility :
  • RX QuickTrack™ System
Max. Weight Capacity  :
  • 7 kgs / 15 lbs
Added Features  : 
  • Side Frame Equipped
  • Rubber Bungee
  • Clip for RedLite

RX BeamRack w/Side Frame (V-Type) - For M and L size frames.

Size (L x W x H)  : 
  • 43 x 11.5 x 23 cm
  • 16.9” x 4.5” x 9.1”
Weight  : 
  • 555 g / 1.22 lbs

RX BeamRack w/Side Frame (E-Type) - For XS, S and M size frames.

Size (L x W x H) : 
  • 46 x 11.5 x 20.5 cm
  • 18.1” x 4.5” x 8.1”
Weight  : 
  • 545 g / 1.20 lbs

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Topeak RX BeamRack Rear Bike Rack Reviews

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Overall Rating:
4
out of 5
4.00
Build Quality
4.00
Performance
3.00
Value For Money
4.00

Customer Reviews (1)

4
Good Product*

Well build rack that's good for short and light journeys. Have loaded it with far more weight than recommended and it lasted 2000 miles before succumbing to a fall off an enormous kerb. Is however prone to swinging from side to side and needing regular adjustment. For long distance touring I would recommend something like the Axiom Road Streamliner rack instead same weight but easier to live with.

Well build rack that's good for short and light journeys. Have loaded it with far more weight than recommended and it lasted 2000 miles before succumbing to a fall off an enormous kerb. Is however prone to swinging from side to side and needing regular adjustment. For long distance touring I would recommend something like the Axiom Road Streamliner rack instead same weight but easier to live with.

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4 out of 5
Build Quality: 4/5
Performance: 3/5
Value For Money: 4/5