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    INNO Multi Fork Lock Roof Bike Rack

    I did do a search and didn't find anything.

    Anyone use one of these systems?
    What other manufacturers make a multi fork mount type roof rack like this?
    I want to be able to use it with my road bike and 15mm MTB.
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    Kuat Trio is the only other one I know of, if you are specifically needing a fork mount rack
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    any updates or experience a year or so later from someone using one of these?

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    Unless you are building an interior bike rack for an SUV, truck camper or a van, you should look at a different type of rack. Very few mtbs use quick releases anymore and soon road bikes will be going the same way. Just trying to save you some future coin. Plus fork adapters are not cheap!
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    Can't speak to the INNO, but there are a few options for the multi-axle crowd:
    Whispbar WB200 will do QR and 15mm
    Thule Thruride (new for 2015)
    Kuat Trio

    I'm sure there will be others announced at seaotter/interbike/eurobike/etc given the number of disc-equipped roadbikes that are coming to market.

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    Or you can just get a 15mm ForkUp from Hurricane, Yakima or Thule, that will fit into any fork mounted rack. That way, you dont have to buy a dedicated rack to fit either your 9mm road bike fork, or your 15mm mtb fork.

    BTW, Im no longer associated with Hurricane Components, so this comment is not spam.

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    heh, i already have a thule branded forkup. but the racks which fit any of the 9mm/15mm bikes sound interesting--one less part to lose, though the inno rack looks like it has a bunch of bushings you need to change out and not lose.
    then again, something like the inno tire hold (or 1up version, which is barely more expensive) looks like an even easier idea.

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