5

It's a good rack, claimed to support a whopping 50kg, while coming in at ~500g mass. The set back to avoid heel clip is a significant upgrade over most racks if you are installing this on anything other than a touring bike. Hardware all seems decent stainless stuff. I had a bit of clearance issue with the setback brackets just about touching my track bolts when installed to rack mounts, but tipping the rack forward slightly gave it enough room. If it were an issue, swapping for the axle mounts would resolve it.

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Slim Pannier Rack

Load your bike, not back
$50

A rear pannier rack designed for city stuff, city commuters, and bolt-on wheels.

This slim rack can carry over 100 lbs, but is inconspicuous when empty. The narrow top platform keeps the pannier weight as close to the wheel as possible to reduce sway and improve balance. Each rack includes mounting brackets for bolt-on axles, quick release skewers, and frame eyelets for maximum compatibility. All brackets are setback so bikes with compact geometry (like ours) have plenty of heel clearance. The brake bridge mounting makes final installation easy. If you want panniers for daily/nightly commuting, start here.

  • Hand-welded 6061 aluminum
  • Holds up to 110 lbs (50kg)
  • Weighs 1.12 lbs (510g)
  • Fits 700c wheels

Lifetime guarantee against manufacturer defects.

The rack ships with attachment feet for any scenario: solid bolt-on axles, quick release skewers, and frame eyelets.

Basic rack is matte black. To have your rack powder coated the color of your choice for an additional $150, simply enter your desired RAL # in the order comments at checkout.

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