So I am very inexperienced in the biking world (in fact, just learned a little less than a year ago) and I just bought my first bike rack. I have a woman's bike with a sloping bar, so when I mount it, it looks sorta odd. I want to know if thats how its suppose to be.
There's w/o the bike so you have an idea of how the bike rack is on its own...
And there it is with the bike mounted. Is that correct?
It sticks out a lot to the left - that would worry me a bit as in a tight squeeze it might hit another car. I wonder if you should stick the left rack support on the seat stay behind the seat, if you can clamp it there.
Originally Posted by tekknoschtev
But if you're concerned, I've seen these for sale. There's an adapter bar that goes between the seat post and the head tube I believe to give the bike a bar more akin to a "men's" style bike.