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Old 08-17-10, 08:08 PM   #1
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How many mounts do you have on your bike? This is gettin' a bit silly!

As I was hoisting my bike to the rafters this evening after a nice, little ride with the kid, I noticed its heft particularly, and upon consideration, realized that I have 4 different hitch mounts on the bike!

I've got the trail-a-bike hitch on the seatpost,

the sidecar mount on the bottom bracket,

a Burley hitch for the Tanjor trailer on the non-drive side rear dropout,

and hitches on both rear dropouts for the single wheel trailer...

Whew! I need to economize!

Are any of the rest of you OH'd? (Over-hitched?)

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Old 08-18-10, 02:06 AM   #2
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I'm just sitting at one hitch currently for my carryfreedom trailer, on the non drive side dropout
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