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Tinbangertom

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Posted: 03/14/21 04:59pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

What kind of racks does everybody transport there e-bikes in the garage (Standing up)?


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Here is a thread on hauling bikes from January that might help you.

I share this just out of caution, was shocked when I saw the photo and the story behind it. I assume you know the risks.

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Posted: 03/15/21 08:38am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I wish I had a toy hauler to carry our two e-bikes and if I did I would make/buy some kind of a rack that will carry them upright. Too many delicate normal bike parts (deraileur) to lay them down.


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In Huntington Beach California the ebikes are now banned on boardwalks / beach-paths

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Dirtclods wrote:

In Huntington Beach California the ebikes are now banned on boardwalks / beach-paths


That's a shame. Just like with every other activity, dumb people wreck it for everyone else.


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dedmiston wrote:

Dirtclods wrote:

In Huntington Beach California the ebikes are now banned on boardwalks / beach-paths


That's a shame. Just like with every other activity, dumb people wreck it for everyone else.


UPDATE! The City Council overturned it for now stay tuned summer is around the corner.

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I don't have a toyhauler but I carry my E bikes standing up as normal with one of the kickstands down and bikes bungeed together via the seat poles. Bungeed together the bikes stay upright pretty much on their own. I then close both of the opposing slides and bikes stay snuggly safe for the ride.
I do add a couple more bungees for good measure. My system works well.
If I had a toy hauler, I would do the same, and strap bikes to a side wall.


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We have rad mini folding versions.We fold down handlebars and then use cargo straps to tie them down similar to a motorcycle. this way the happi jac can come down at might.

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Posted: 06/29/21 04:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I haul them on rack attached to my 2 inch receiver on my rzr. Just like a car except it rides in my toy hauler.

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Bikes get gently laid on their sides on top of dog beds, sleeping bags, or any other somewhat soft items. Keep it simple…. No fancy racks or tie downs that require an engineering degree.


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