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Portland Design Works Loading Dock Rear Rack

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Kiss your pack goodbye.

You have two options: get a second set of arms surgically added onto your shoulders to help carry your groceries, books, and beer, or attach the Portland Design Works Loading Dock Rear Rack to your commuter. If you opt for the latter, you'll be stoked on the light and strong aluminum frame, double-ply bamboo deck, and 35lb weight capacity. The Loading Dock attaches to a combination of seat stays and rear dropout mounting bosses with four bolts and seat stay clamps, so it'll fit any bike with the requisite eyelets and clearance.

  • Aluminum frame
  • Double-ply bamboo tray
  • Adjustable deck angle
  • 35lb capacity
  • Four-bolt attachment
  • Two seat-stay clamps
  • Item #PDW0019

Material
[frame] aluminum, [tray] bamboo
Compatibility
commuter bikes
Claimed Weight
907 g
Recommended Use
haulin' stuff
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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>Rating: 5

Heavy hauling

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Love the look of this for an older road bike I have and it sets up easy. Easy for making my road bike into an every day machine

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What diameter tubing is used in the construction of this rack?

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Will this rack fit road bikes without...

Will this rack fit road bikes without eyelets on the frame?

Unfortunately no.

Hi and thanks for your question! Due to weight bearing demands typically placed on rear racks, we do not recommend installing the Loading Dock on bikes without dropout eyelets.

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will this fit on my 20" Surly Ogre with...

will this fit on my 20" Surly Ogre with 29er wheels?

Yeah, it'll fit for sure. I have it on the whip pictured here, with 29er wheels and there is plenty of clearance. I don't think the mount hardware would be an issue, since the Ogre has about a rack mount options.

Nice whip!