Moped Racks for a car

"Does anyone know where I can find a rack to transport my moped. I have seen motorhomes with some kind of rack but I didn't pat attention to what kind of racks they were. A trailer hitch type would be great, although a spare tire one would be cool too. The problem with the spare tire one is that the 'ped might be too heavy. Let me know if there is any web links to a site that carries this kind of product. Bike racks seem to flimsy to support 105lbs."

Re: Moped Racks for a car

another dave /

": Does anyone know where I can find a rack to transport my moped. I have seen motorhomes with some kind of rack but I didn't pat attention to what kind of racks they were. A trailer hitch type would be great, although a spare tire one would be cool too. The problem with the spare tire one is that the 'ped might be too heavy. Let me know if there is any web links to a site that carries this kind of product. Bike racks seem to flimsy to support 105lbs.<p><br>i need some of those too, could always build them if ya know how to weld or build stuff. i can build crappy stuff. whooooo. <br>"

Re: Moped Racks for a car - Found one

"Yakima offers the RimRoc. It is a new product from them. It attaches to a trailer hitch. The rack is designed for ""non-standard bicycle frames"" and attaches to your rims and tires. Although, it costs more money than my moped. You can check it out at Yakima's site.<br>"

RE: Moped Racks for a car

<HTML>Moped car racks (one moped per rack) are $89.95 each.It will not work on autos with plastic moulding between bumper and car body

Moped parts - service manuals - service tips available from http://sportsbay.com.Puch-Motobecane-Sachs-Garelli-Honda and more</HTML>

RE: Moped Racks for a car

<HTML>Are you still looking for the Moped Racks? I happen to have a pair that came with my Garelli. Never used em. Let me know. </HTML>

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