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Travel Light, Use Your Bike

Travel Light, Use Your Bike


Posted By on Sep 11, 2013

Biking is one of the quintessential “light” ways to travel outdoors. Bikers, even when they have to drive a car to their location, often travel very lightly, with only the contents of a small backpack, a helmet, and water. If they need a car, their travel is made even easier with roof racks, rather than the troublesome back racks, which can make some aspects of driving difficult. Biking has the advantage of distance and light packing,...

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The first receiver hitch racks came to the market about 20 years ago in the mid-1990s. The growth in their use has increased quickly in recent years, and as many as 40% of vehicles now have receiver hitches. While they are convenient, these hitch-mounted racks pose a number of issues. Some dangers are to your gear, but some hit closer to home. Rear-end accident statistics By some measures, a rear end collision happens every 8 seconds...

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We all like to have play hard! We even go to great lengths to get all the best gear and toys. However, it is never worth losing your life for the sake of fun. Our goal is to help you accelerate your play time instead of messing with burdensome roof racks. But, please be careful out there! Moab, Utah, known across the country for its proximity to Arches and Canyonlands national parks is reeling after one of the deadliest opening...

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