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Outdoor Retailer: FourPlay bike rack from Yakima
First Published Aug 08 2014 10:24AM • Last Updated Aug 12 2014 06:39 pm
Bike racks have come a long way and Yakima has been a major player in the improvements. The FourPlay is a tray-style trailer hitch rack that holds four bikes. Yakima says it will hold bikes of all sizes -including fat bikes. The FourPlay can be easily converted into a two-bike rack. The tray is low, making it easier to load and can be folded up when not in use. Available Spring 2015 for $499. www.yakima.com
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