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Bontrager BackRack Disc MIK

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£29.99 Model 27225
An MIK-compatible rack that is easy to mount to disc brake-equipped bike frames.
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Rack 'em up

Turn your bike into a trusty pack mule with this sturdy rear rack. The BackRack Disc is designed to mount to the eyelets already built into your frame, so installation is easy. It has MIK compatibility so you can mount compatible trunk bags or accessories securely and in seconds, plus integrated threaded accessory eyelets for added functionality and effortless light installation.

Product details

  1. Quick-and-easy installation adds storage and utility to compatible bikes
  2. MIK mounting system provides secure, integrated mounting with compatible bags
  3. Integrated eyelets make it easy to mount lights or other accessories
  4. Compatible with MIK, standard boot bags or panniers
  5. Single-bolt strut mounts allow maximum adjustment and easy installation
  6. Includes the required mounting hardware and spacer to fit most disc brake calipers
  7. Max weight capacity 25kg (55 lb)

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Features

MIK: Mounting is Key

MIK racks and bags feature a unique keyed install system that locks your bags to your rack to prevent theft but still makes it easy to remove them when you need to.

How MIK works

Slide the MIK bag onto the MIK rack. Once you hear a click, the installation is complete. If you want to remove the bag, simply insert the key and press. Once pressed the bag can be removed.

Better together

Our bags and racks are designed as one complete system that’s easy to install and remove and made keep to your precious cargo safe.

Integrated light mounting

You’ll find a dedicated spot to mount your light on racks and bags for better all-hours visibility.

Specifications

Size 13-18" (33-52 cm) 18-22" (54-62 cm)
Rack type Rear racks Rear racks
Material Aluminium Aluminium

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