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    Rec-Rac To Debut New Racks, Special Pricing at Interbike

    Colorado Springs, Colorado (September 13, 2006) Rec-Rac, the simple bike rack that attaches to a pickup truck’s bed rail, will debut at Interbike its new racks that fit the newer Toyota and Nissan pick-up trucks with built-in tie-down rails.

    The Rec-Rac simply attaches to a truck’s bed rail -- no holes to drill, or front wheel to be removed. The bike is then secured to the rack via two soft rubber yokes and two rubber support straps. It’s that easy. And to remove the Rec-Rac it’s just a matter of loosening the clamp’s heavy-duty clamping bolts and detaching the rack from the bed rail. Using the Rec-Rac saves 90% of a truck’s bed space for hauling extra cargo and gear when transporting a bicycle.

    The Rec-Rac’s two independent non-maring, aluminum or stainless-steel clamps can be secured anywhere along a truck’s bed rail so the rack can transport road bikes, mountain bikes, recumbents, even tandems (if you have an eight-foot bed).

    At Interbike, in addition to the new racks, Rec-Rac is offering free shipping to the continental U.S. with a minimum order. Rec-Rac’s booth number is 2459.

    “I invite all of the dealers attending Interbike to stop by the Rec-Rac booth and see how simple and easy the Rec-Rac is to use,” says Brent Price, President of Rec-Rac. “The Rec-Rac lets you transport bikes in a pickup truck without taking up all of the bed space.”

    Rec-Rac features:

    • No wheel removal.
    • No holes to drill.
    • Great for any bike: road, mountain, recumbent. (With an 8 foot bed, you can haul a tandem.)
    • Will not mar bike or truck.
    • Saves almost 90% of bed space.
    • Quick and easy to install and remove.
    • Secure bike to rack and truck with heavy duty cable

    For further information contact Rec-Rac at 1-800-867-7764 or log onto the Internet at www.recrac.com.

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    Source:

    Dan Gindling, RoDan Public Relations
    e-mail: dan@rodanpr.com
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