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    Cool Carrying mountain bike on 2017 1200 GSA.

    I would like to carry my MTB on 1200 GSA to get to fire trails a little further from home. Anybody any experience of carry bicycle on a rack or any suggestions appreciated. Looks like some options in USA but fewer options closer to home.


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    There was a post on here from someone who had done this, poss on a 1150 but I guess the principle is the same, perhaps site search might reveal this post. Cheers, John B

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    One of the ex-Gixerjunkies did this on his.
    Might be worth checking the FB page for pics

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    I would have thought one of those single wheel trailers could be adapted to carry bike and gear. Would look better than the bike slung on the back.

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