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    Show us your WAGONS!!!!!!

    i love see the different wagons we use to transport our bikes.

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    Winner ^^^. Lock it down now.

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    U must have some killer legs pulling that rv bike trailer!!!!

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    I drive 2003 Volvo XC70 use Saris Thelma 3 bike carrier.




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    The rez ride / 1995 Honda Accord
    Location: Lukachukai Pass, AZ



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    Love this car. She now has 210K miles on her and going strong.

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    My TDI without the racks on the roof.

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    '99 Audi A4 Wagon, 1.8 20v turbo with Quattro and 5 speed manual. 188k miles and still going strong. I love this car, except for the driver's seat is pretty trashed. It can haul me, the wife, 2 kids and all the bikes, gear and luggage for a week's road trip. I even slept in it at Sea Otter last year. I just put my camping gear in the roof box. This makes an awesome adventure vehicle, but still gets 30 mpg in normal everyday mode. I've used it to crawl up some steep mountaintop fireroads for work. It got up with less wheel spin than our Ford F550 truck with 4WD.

    It's pretty much stock, except for upgraded HID projector headlights, stereo and Volkswagen Eos 17" rims with 45 aspect tires, and ceramic brake pads on slotted rotors. A trailer hitch and wiring harness were added by the previous owner. I would like to upgrade the suspension to make it less mushy, but I really don't want to drop more money on a 188k mile car unless I have a good reason.

    It also doubles at my pickup truck for hauling appliances and furniture when I hook the trailer to it. I'm actually going to pick up a good used HE clothes washer with it tonight.

    This thing is crazy versatile, and still returns decent gas mileage. Reliability has actually been pretty good, apart from the usual wear-out items like ball joints and wheel bearings... and one front driveshaft I had to replace. It's still on the original engine, transmission and turbocharger. Also, parts are pretty cheap as long as you don't go to the stealership.

    I've got my eye out for a 2006-2008 A4 with 6 speed manual (the last of the Audi wagons with manual in this country) and 2.0t engine to replace this, but I think that has to wait for next year when I have some more cash.





    I love the design of that early 2000's Volvo XC wagon. I heard there are a few rolling around the States with a manual transmission. If I find one, I would seriously consider buying one. I've also been eyeing Audi Allroads. There are a few that have 6 speed manuals. But, that thing can be a maintenance nightmare. The air ride suspension is expensive to replace. It also gets like 23 mpg at best. My mechanic says he never wants to have to replace the turbos on one of those things again.

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    My old wagon.

    I may have another one in a couple days.


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    "It's only when you stand over it, you know, when you physically stand over the bike, that then you say 'hey, I don't have much stand over height', you know"-T. Ellsworth

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    Here is mine - 2014 (or 2015 as you Americans would say) Holden Commodore Wagon. Known stateside as a Chevy SS Wagon. I have the six cylinder 3.6lt version but it is a great car. Three bikes on the roof and room for everyone and everything in the back.




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    Show us your WAGONS!!!!!!-68170_567220146627856_1905016292_n.jpg

    Icy? Snowing? Raging blizzard? Who cares? Not me.

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    Works equally well on desert sand and non-maintained reservation logging "roads."
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    My '07 Volvo XC70. I LOVE this car! Just about to hit 115k miles and runs like a top. I'm looking forward to putting on another 100k.

    My Ridley CX bike is on top in the pic, but I don't use the rack much because even the Salsa Horsethief 29er I just bought (which is a BIG bike) fits in the back with both wheels on.

    I should call her the porn star, because she'll swallow anything like a champ!
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    I'll always be a wagon guy. I'm still digging my 2011 Jetta Sportwagen, 5 speed manual and just hit 50k miles. It hauls bikes and gear in the summer and its got a set of snow tires and ski rack for the winter. Its never let me down.

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    Is that a AMG Merc in the background? That's my dream wagon right there!
    '13 Salsa Horsethief 2
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    Quote Originally Posted by kojarena View Post
    Here is mine - 2014 (or 2015 as you Americans would say) Holden Commodore Wagon. Known stateside as a Chevy SS Wagon. I have the six cylinder 3.6lt version but it is a great car. Three bikes on the roof and room for everyone and everything in the back.



    Yet another great car that we can't get here

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuntmanMike View Post
    Is that a AMG Merc in the background? That's my dream wagon right there!
    No not quite. That's my Dad's '11 E350 wagon w/ AMG sport package. It's no E63 but the 300 hp V6 is no slouch.
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    My Wagons

    Here is the current get-up-that-mountain-FAST bike hauler(2005 Porsche Cayenne S):


    This was the former(2002 Audi allroad quattro Tiptronic):
    "The mind will quit....well before the body does"

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    That's a SUV, not a wagon. The Audi counts though.
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    Mine is the white one (pretty similar to Jayen's). My wife's is the blue one. Both are set up with hitches to carry bikes.
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    How can anyone who's been riding as long as I have, be so slow???

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    My 2012 Jetta Sportwagen TDI 6-speed manual. Really liking this car. For the I-70 blast from KC <-> Colorado, we put both bikes inside for better fuel economy. At 75-80 mph, with the rocketbox on top, it averaged just under 40 mpg. Amazing.


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    Another wagonoholic here - last year available in the USA.

    '97 Accord 5-spd, holds tons of gear, @ 330k miles it burns no oil, and gets +/- 27mpg with bikes. Added H&R springs, Koni struts, and Brembo slotted rotors to handle like my Civic coupe. When I replace it, I'll be looking at Acura's TSX wagon.
    The best is the one you want to ride most often..

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    This is what I used prior to leaving the UK


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    2011 UK Audi A4 B8 S-Line Black Edition Avant by OutLore, on Flickr

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    Nice rear view of the Avant. This was my '05 Outback XT... slightly lowered with slightly wider wheels.

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