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Thule AeroBlade Load Bar
$199.95
Thule's AeroBlade Load Bars are the strong, silent type. Using a sophisticated BoxBeam construction, they're some of the strongest load bars on the market with a capacity of up to 165 pounds. That's the strong, now for the silent: In addition to their wing-like shape, the AeroBlades sport a textured surface that greatly improves wind flow so you get drastically reduced noise and much better gas mileage. The bars are easy to use, too, thanks to Thule's SmartSlide sytem that makes installation hassle free and their SwingBlade technology that allows full access to the T-slot for easy accessory additions.
Thule Prologue Fork Mount
$139.95
Thule's Prologue Bike Mount is ready to haul nearly any bike. It's compatible with bicycles featuring standard forks, including carbon forks and those with disc brakes. The mount's tray accommodates tires up to 2.6-inches wide. The Prologue fits round, aero and square crossbars, too. Plus, the fork mount features a dual-lock head that locks your rig to the mount and locks the mount to the rack.
Thule Rapid Crossroad Foot Pack
$219.95
With an iron grip, Thule's Rapid Crossroad turns factory-installed raised rails into a versatile multipurpose rack system. The streamlined, seamless look is achieved with the aero Rapid aluminum load bar. But these aren't just sleek looking, the aero design cuts down on wind resistance and noise. Your car's rails are fully protected thanks to the integrated rubber lining. And you get maximum rack strength and a custom fit from the rubber-coated steel straps.
Thule Rapid Gutter Low Foot Pack
$219.95
Thule's Foot Packs are the "feet" that attach to your vehicle's roof and allow you to add Thule square crossbars. The feet mount without tools, are vinyl-coated to protect your vehicle, and are engineered to hold fast under all conditions. They have wide bases for excellent support no matter how much gear you carry, and most are sealed from the elements to protect the internal mechanism.
Thule SquareBar Evo 127
$119.95
Classic steel square bars with black polymer coating. 2-pack. Features - Load bar for Thule Evo roof rack system - Standard steel load bar available in a variety of lengths - Plastic coating provides additional grip for rooftop cargo - Check the Thule Buyer's Guide to find out which roof rack fits your car - Length (in): 50-inches - Maximum load: 220 lbs. Please also check the maximum roof load capacity of your vehicle.
Thule Thru-Axle Adapter
$59.95 - $74.95
Thule's Thru-Axle Adapter allows you to carry bikes with through-axle front forks on Thule and most other fork-mounted bike carriers.
Thule ThruRide
$229.95
Thule's ThruRide roof-mounted bike carrier makes it easy to mount almost any bike with a thru-axle fork—no adapters needed. The ThruRide fits forks with 12-20mm thru-axles on anything from fat bikes to XC race rockets to downhill rigs. To load your bike, simply remove the front wheel and re-install the thru-axle into the fork. Lift the bike into the rack, and close the convenient one-handed clamp down on the axle. Then, dial down the clamping pressure to give your bike a secure ride. The ThruRide also works with traditional 9mm quick release forks using an adapter (535SKR sold separately). The rear of the rack is crafted from Thule's aerodynamic "D" shaped low-profile tray. And, tool-free universal mounting makes the ThruRide easy to install on Thule rack systems, as well as round bars and most factory racks.
Thule Traverse Foot Pack
$199.95
Thule's Foot Packs are the "feet" that attach to your vehicle's roof and allow you to then add Thule crossbars (also called "loadbars"), plus the Thule bicycle mounts and accessories required to carry all your gear (crossbars, mounts and accessories sold separately). All mount without tools, are vinyl-coated so they can't damage your vehicle, and are engineered to hold fast under all conditions. They have wide bases for excellent support no matter how many bicycles you carry, and most are sealed from the elements to protect the internal mechanism.
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