A bicycle carrier, additionally normally called a bike rack, is a gadget appended to a car or transport for transporting bicycles.
Transport mounted bike carriers are normally appended to the front of the transport. They may flip up against the transport, off the beaten path, when not conveying any bikes.
Car mounted bike carriers can be connected to the rooftop, raise trunk, or back tow hitch, contingent upon the vehicle.
Bikes might be mounted in the carriers by clipping the two haggles some extra vertical help, by cinching the back haggle front dropouts requiring the expulsion of the front wheel, which might be mounted independently on sharp edges, or by clasping the best tube, for the most part on account of back hitch mounted carriers.
There is a gadget accessible that interfaces from the stem to the seat post, to give a best tube equal appropriate for mounting in these carriers for venture through casing bicycles that don't have a best tube.
Carriers that clip on the front dropouts may likewise give an inherent locking instrument. Carriers have been produced particularly for the back of pickup trucks that join either to the bed or its sides.
Exceptional long carriers have been produced to help long-wheelbase recumbents and couples.
No less than one maker offers bicycle carriers for use on cruisers.
Youngsters' bikes with wheels littler than 16" might be too little for the racks on transports.