Fiamma Carry-Bike Rack VW T2 Split 1964–1967 VW T2 Bay 1967-1979
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Fiamma is known worldwide as a pioneer and leading manufacturer for technical accessories for the recreational vehicle market. Their carry-bike racks have stood the test of time and are found on most campervans touring the country every spring/summer.
This Fiamma Carry-Bike Rack is suitable for VW T2 Split (1964-1967) and VW T2 Bay (1967-1979). No need for drilling to mount this lightweight aluminium bike rack. The tensioning system allows you to open the tailgate, without having to remove the bike rack.
Please note do not attempt to open tailgate when the bikes are still mounted on the carry rack.
Anodized to help prevent frame deterioration, this carry bike rack has been designed to follow the shape of your vehicle and will carry up to 2 bikes at one time with a maximum load capacity of 50 kg.
Delivered as standard, this Fiamma bike rack comes with the Quick-Safe safety straps, to safely mount and lock the wheels on the bike carrier rail. They are also easy to release for immediate opening.
Included in with this Fiamma T2 bike rack – 2 quick c red rails, 2 bike blocks and 1 security strap.
Please Note The ends on the Bike blocks rotate to allow fitting to your bikes frame. Before first use these can be very tight and need to be firmly rotated to allow them to move freely.
Max - width 128cm x depth 63cm x height 76cm
Max Load: 35kg C-B
Can ONLY take a tyre width of 6.5cm MAX
No. Cycles: 2
Rack Holder- Security feature when not carrying bikes Bike Block – Bike locking system
Tensioning system – Safe and easy fixing to the vehicle Quick Lock – Safe locking of the wheel to the rail
Please Note: The ends on the Bike blocks rotate to allow fitting to your bikes frame. Before first use these can be very tight and need to be firmly rotated to allow them to move freely.