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HotRod Interchangeable Thru-Axle Mount

5 out of 5 stars
1 Review



HotRod Interchangeable Thru-Axle Mount

The RockyMounts HotRod Interchangeable Thru-Axle Mount solidly mounts to your truck bed, securely transporting your mountain bike to the trail. It fits wide variety of thru-axle standards, with three included sleeves accommodating 12x100, 15x100, and Boost 15x110 millimeter thru-axles. This customizable mounting platform is primarily intended for truck beds, but it also works great attached to trailers. Its cast aluminum base features two holes for mounting to a wide variety of platforms.

You have the option of using either 0.25in or 6mm bolts for installation. It doesn't lock to your bike's suspension fork, instead relying on you to thread a cable-style lock through its large opening for theft deterrent. Please note, mounting screws aren't included, and the user needs to drill holes through the truck bed or installation surface before mounting.


  • A truckbed mount to get your bike to the trail
  • Compatible with 12x100mm, 15x100mm, and 15x110mm thru-axles
  • Capacity for up to 35lb suits most bikes
  • Item #RMO000M
Bike Capacity
12x100mm, 15x100mm, and Boost 15x110mm thru-axles
Locks Included
Part Number
[Black] 1087, [Silver] 1088, [Red] 1089, [Green] 1090, [Blue] 1091, [Orange] 1092
Recommended Use
cycling, travel
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Overall Rating

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5 out of 5 stars

March 2, 2021

Nice mount

I've used it several times

Solid, sturdy construction. It?s mounted on the bed rail of my Tacoma and is very secure

Jonathan C

Originally reviewed on Backcountry.com