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Old 04-23-21, 03:45 PM
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Doomrider74
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Ive been transporting my road bike and mountain bikes in the back of my car for, well.... forever. As long as its driveside up, no problem. Just make sure your levers (brake or gear) don't get pressed at all and you're good to go.

I usually rest the front end on my kit bag, which raises it up a bit, just so the rotors and calipers aren't digging into anything. Make sure you remove your helmet from the kit bag, though.
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