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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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Here's what others have to say...

5 5

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.

5 5

A great rack

  • Gender: Male
  • 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.

Unanswered Question

Will this rack work with my 700c wheel...

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