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Product Highlights

  • Holds shortboards or longboards!
  • Made from rust-proof 6061 Aluminum
  • Rack capacity = 1 board up to 10 ft
  • Safe way to transport your board to the beach!
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Longboard Surf Bike Rack | Carver Max

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Product Highlights

  • Holds shortboards or longboards!
  • Made from rust-proof 6061 Aluminum
  • Rack capacity = 1 board up to 10 ft
  • Safe way to transport your board to the beach!
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Our highest quality surfboard rack for your bike, designed to hold longboards up to 10ft long as you cruise to the beach for a surf check.

Live at the beach or staying at the beach with a bike? You need a Surfboard Rack for your Bike. Yeah you can put it under your arm and get it down to the beach but why not get a rack meant to carry you surfboard safely and securely down to the beach. If you have a longboard you know what a little wind gust can do to your surfboard....act like a sail. We all know the kind of force the wind can produce on a surfboard just by carrying it on the beach. On a bike it can be very unsafe especially if you are in a tight situation and suddenly get hit with a gust. Also if you have a bit further distance that a block or two a surfboard rack is an absolute must. 

This model is made by Carver, known for its high quality bike racks. The MAX version works with surfboards up to 10ft. If you have a shortboard, funboard, hybrid, or anything under 8ft you can also use the Carver Mini.

Long Board Surf Bike Rack
Posted: April 13, 2016
Written by: Simon A.
Rating:5


After a few modifications, and some extra retro fitted parts the outcome was Stella.
I installed your rack on my mountain bike, a Ibis Bow tie and the unusual geometry of the bike made it necessary to add some larger tube clamps ( which I made out of stainless steel )
The finished product works great and is admired by all.

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Q:
Which bicycle surfboard rack should I buy for an 8'0" board?
A:
This longboard bike rack would be recommended for an 8 foot board (8 to 10 feet). Alternately, there is our Removable Surfboard Bike Rack, that will hold a board up to about 9 feet long, so would also work for an 8 foot board. Either should work for your board. The main differences are:

1) Our longboard rack mounts to the rear of your bike only, and does not have a quick release function but it works for cruisers and non-suspension bikes.

2) The removable rack has a quick release, so you can remove it quickly, and it can be mounted to either the front of the bike (to the headtube) or in the rear to a seatpost or a rear rack (however for longboards on this removable one, you normally would want to mount it to the rear rack).
Q:
Amazing product!!!! I was wondering if you would have it for snowboarding as well specially designed for fat bikes please?
A:
Unfortunately, it is only available in this Longboard version, or the Shortboard version, that we have listed. I don't think a snowboard would work on the shortboard version, but that one does work for smaller and more hybrid shaped boards. There isn't one that would work on a fat bike though.
Q:
Will this work with a stand up paddle board? Also, does it ever catch wind when you're riding your bike?
A:
No, this board bike rack does not work for SUPs. While it can hold a fairly long surfboard, the shape of a paddleboard is too different, it won't sit right in the rack and will get in the way of normal bicycling (the handlebars, etc., especially while turning, etc.). So we cannot recommend it for transporting a SUP. I haven't run into people having specific problems with wind when transporting a surfboard on this bike rack, as it is meant to securely transport a board on a bike -- but there are a lot of variables (types of board, bike, road conditions as well as that weather/wind factor), so its hard to guarantee your particular experience. It should hold a fairly long board well, but maneuvering with it is something that you may need to get used to and it might vary too depending on the size of your bike in relation to the board.

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