Why We Like The Talon Bike Rack
SeaSucker's best-selling roof rack for a reason, the Talon Bike Rack is a workhorse carrier that fits just about any vehicle thanks to the three vacuum cups (each rated up to 210-pound pull-strength) that secure themselves to your roof, trunk, or back glass in minutes, and without leaving a mark. This fork-mount style rack employs a rear-wheel strap to secure your bike's back tire, while the 1/2-inch thick HDPE body bolsters strength and durability, ensuring a smooth ride to and from the trailhead. SeaSucker also included a spare mount in case one of yours goes missing, as well as a five-gram bottle of Lube Tube to keep your vacuum pump well maintained.
- Best-selling bike roof rack in SeaSucker's lineup
- Vacuum cup base safely attaches to your roof, trunk, or glass
- Heavy-duty HDPE fork-mount for 9mm dropouts
- Holds one bicycle weighing up to 45 pounds
- Rear-wheel strap secures the back tire
- Includes crank arm strap, spare mount, and vacuum Lube Tube
- Item #SSQ000B
- Bike Capacity
- 1 (up to 45lb)
- metal, glass, or fiberglass surfaces
- Locks Included
- Part Number
- travel, bike
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited lifetime
3 based on 2 ratings
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July 12, 2023
Mount not included
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
The pictures and description indicate the 9mm QR mount is included. This was not the case for the product that was shipped to me, so expect to spend additional money to get that and add it to your cart so you don't have to wait another few days to arrive before being able to use your rack. Otherwise, the product itself is fine. Do your research and make sure it fits your needs, but I can move this between any of my vehicles and, combined with my trunk rack, I can carry all of my family's bikes at once since the kids' bikes no longer fit inside the car ;)
May 9, 2023
THE answer for rental cars
- I've put it through the wringer
We have both two of these singles and a double version for travel. But the singles are the best bet, take one for each bike. Haven’t seen a rental car they don’t fit and they work great. Two of these go in our bike equipment duffel and on the plane it goes with checked in with our bike cases. They work great. Had them up to 75mph with no issues. Each suction cup has 210lbs of “suck” or 630 for the whole rack. You’d tear the roof off before they let go. H
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