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Old 03-18-20, 09:14 PM
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Raiden
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You'd have to flip the bike over and give us a picture of the area behind the bottom bracket for us to judge the ability to mount a kickstand- you can often move the tubing out of the way of the kickstand clamp, im.surprised tjats the reason it can't be mounted. But it's not uncommon for there to be a reason a kickstand won't fit. And yeah, a rear triangle kickstand won't work there.

I'm not well versed on racks for thru axle bikes, but there are racks that mount through your rear thru axle, maybe a front thru axle too. Your rear has typical rack mounts, but the eyelets above the rear rack are kinda high (they're probably just intended for the mudguards. The eyelets halfway up the fork are great points for mounting front racks, but it will also need to connect at the front thru axle, or at the bolt/hole that I assume exists right above the front tire, where the fork meets.
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