Tortec Tour Rack
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- Made from tough 8mm diameter tubes, this rack includes an offset stay, providing ample support for the panniers.
- Also incorporates a solid centre plate which acts as a mudguard.
- Include long fitting brackets which offer generous adjustment for a truly universal fi.
- Plus a rear light plate which fits a cateye rear rack bracket perfectly.
- Max rated load capacity 25kg.
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Made from tough 8mm alloy rod, the Tour Rear Rack design includes an offset stay, providing ample support for your panniers. This very popular rack incorporates a solid central plate to act as a mudguard. It includes long fitting brackets, which offer generous adjustment for a truly universal fit, plus a rear reflector / light plate.- Max load 25kg- Colour:SILVER
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Top Customer Reviews
I am using this with Altura Rack top bag instead of rucksack for commuting - great alternative for winter riding as I now get the benefit of rear venting on my rain jacket
The rack box weighs less than a kilo and the contents never more than 5 kilos, so the total weights involved were well within the stated limits for this rack. I put this down to the weight of the rack top box when loaded creating a "pendulum" effect when I am stood on the pedals and stressing this weld too much, as the weight is relatively high up on the bike. This was repaired by strong tape and has held up well enough. I think if I were only using panniers, this would not have happened and I would carry on with the rack.
Otherwise it is a decent enough rack, however if I had have bought a Blackburn rack it would have been covered by a lifetime warranty. No prizes for guessing what rack I bought next. That said I am probably also going to get normal panniers and use the top box only in winter (as it is fully waterproof) to minimise the chance of a similar breakage.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good rack, but does not include the P brackets, which you may need to attach the carrier to the bike frame.Published 23 months ago by J. Halstad
Needed to modify slightly to attach to my saddle pole (rather than the frame at the top) due to the size of my frame, but it is sturdy and came with fixings. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Alison Laws
so far ok...i am not sure if it will survive my 4 days trip with 20kg equipment though...Published 24 months ago by Agnes
Easy to fit (I had to do a little "bending" on a couple of brackets). Seems robust enough. Good value.Published on 2 Aug. 2013 by Jim Fearns