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Blackburn TRX-1 Ultimate Touring Rack

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Planning an unassisted, multi-day dream ride up the coastline? For a successful cycle tour, you'll need to plan the traveling weight of your load carefully. The Blackburn TRX-1 Ultimate Touring Rack allows you to dedicate more weight to essential gear, thanks to the TRX-1's sub-800-gram airplane aluminum construction. A slimmer rack profile also helps keep your loaded bike in better balance as you climb to your first campsite, or descend at speed towards the beach.

  • High and low pannier mounting points let you dial in the balance of your load
  • Optimized for use with 700c bicycles
  • 40 pound (18.2kg) carrying capacity

Tech Specs

6061 aluminum
Claimed Weight:
770 g
Recommended Use:
touring, commuting
Manufacturer Warranty:

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Great bike rack

    Jim Blackburn started out in 1977 in Santa Cruz CA making high-quality aluminum bike racks and later his classic aluminum bottle cages. Blackburn is now part of the Easton/Giro group.

    Classic design, light but strong, and lifetime warranty. Affordable considering.

    A great rack

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Extremely lightweight!!!! when I picked up the package at my doorstep I thought they'd sent me an empty box. easy installation, it looks good, and plenty of attachment points for bags, straps, panniers, lights, etc.

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    Avg. ride time: 7h 11m per week
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    Will this rack work with my 700c wheel...

    Will this rack work with my 700c wheel cross/touring bike on the front?