Allen Sports Deluxe 3-Bike Spare Tire Mount Rack by Allen Sports
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- Spare-tire mount rack that holds as much as 3 bikes without delay
- Designed to fit just about all externally established spare tires
- Patented design includes your bikes up excessive for defense
- Patented tie-down machine secures and protects bikes
- Sets up and installs in your spare tire in seconds
Deluxe spare tire mount with individual tie downs
Raise your bicycles as securely as conceivable and steer clear of the hassles of piled bikes or high-threshold rooftop mounts with the Allen 303DB deluxe three-bike spare-tire mount rack. Designed to suit virtually all externally set up spare tires–including those with “Over the Tire” third brake lights–the Allen mount rack is both simple to operate and super secure to your bikes. The rack simply hooks over your spare tire, with a patented design that caries your bikes up excessive, where it's away from the street and the hot exhaust. The rack's patented tie-down machine, meanwhile, individually secures and protects up to three bikes directly. As straightforward to put in as it is to make use of, the rack units up in seconds.
About Allen Bike Racks In 1967, after a few years of working on the aerospace expertise for the Apollo missions, Dick Allen was out of a job. Govt cutbacks led Allen, a Harvard-skilled physicist, to change into his garage passion into a new business. A biking fanatic, inventor, and family man, Allen had a non-public need for a motorcycle-carrying instrument. On weekends, he would take his sons and spouse to Cape Cod or the White Mountains of New Hampshire. What proved troublesome time and again was the transport of his household's bicycles. Rather than battle through inconvenience with wire and a dinged automobile, Allen sought an answer for himself as well as a market through which he foresaw major growth possibilities.
All the time a pathfinder, Allen took to work in his Lincoln, Massachusetts storage in search of a more environment friendly way to transport bikes. Drafting designs during the day and establishing them all the way through the night, he put together a model made from electrical conduit, metallic strapping, and hearth hose casings (for padding). To start with, the Allens examined the prototype on weekend excursions. Finding the first trunk-set up rack to be a hit, Dick started Allen Bike Racks shortly later on. Supplier acceptance got here speedy, and by 1971 Allen Bike Racks had been sold nationally via a variety of major bicycle distributors. As of late, the company owns over three dozen patents and offers a versatile product line of motorbike racks while Dick's son Alex now owns and operates the industry. What began out as a small garage-run operation now operates three warehouses nationally, two factories in another country, and sells products in additional than a dozen countries around the world.