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    Rear Racks and Muck Thread

    I'm currently using a Yakama Double Down rack on our Camry and a Thule Double Track on my Ridgeline. The problem I've noticed with both is the amount of dust/muck that gets on our bikes when we drive on Gravel roads or when it's raining outside. Anyone devise a solution that keeps the bikes in back cleaner? I used to throw my bike in the back of the Ridgeline, but neither 29er will fit with the tailgate up and I'm not climbing up top to rack anymore.
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    grill cover and bungees.

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    I'm sure you could just cover them with a blue tarp and bungee or else get those pull over bike covers and tie them down.

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