No rack? No problem. The single biggest problem with choosing a bike roof rack is solved with the SeaSucker Talon. Everything you need to mount your bike to roof, hatchback or even a fiberglass surface is included in this single unit. So there's no need to figure out compatibility between vehicle rack and bike rack manufacturers. In fact, you don't even need a roof rail system. The SeaSucker Talon utilizes a series of suction mounts to securely, yet temporarily, attach your bike to your car's rooftop or rear windshield.
Massive holding power secures bikes up to 45 lbs. The Talon's 4 suction pads come with a pull strength of 210 lbs each! Additionally, a rear wheel suction pad provides stability by anchoring the rear wheel.
I'm worried it will fall off. That's the most common concern with these, but there's no need to fear. Ever seen a couple workers carrying a 10-foot sheet of skyscraper glass? Yup, they're using the same suction technology employed in this bike rack. After mounting the rack it's best to pull once or twice to confirm it was properly seated. Otherwise, you're good to go, as these racks are highly rated for pull strength. For even more peace of mind, the pump tabs have an indicator that visually shows suction power is being lost. So a quick glance during your stops will confirm the rack remains securely seated.
Great for travel; bring in your carry-on! If you ever take your bike with you as you travel, you know it's a major issue trying to figure out went rental vehicle you need on the other end. The Talon is small enough to easily bring with you on your flight. So you can know get to and from the airports with the same bike rack!
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