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Thule ProRide Sprint XT 569

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161.66 €       - 27 % 

Instead of 220.00 €


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The Thule Sprint XT roof bike carrier features the patented AcuTight clamping knob that provides a "click" when the optimum tightening is achieved and thus controls the clamping force transmitted to the bicycle frame.

This bike carrier is recommended for transporting bicycles to fragile frames (carbon, for example) with rubber with vibration reduction technology integrated in the roof bar fastenings to cushion shocks and vibrations. The road and the ratchet fastening strap with vibration reduction technology that secures the rear wheel without damaging the rim.
  • The maximum weight allowed per bike is 17 kg.
  • Lockable: locks the bike on the bike carrier and the bike carrier on the roof bars (locks included).
  • T-Track adapters (20 x 20 mm) are included to mount the bike carrier directly on the T-slots of the roof racks.
  • Compliant with City Crash regulations.
  • Dimensions 127 x 20 x 10 cm
  • Weight 4.1 kg
  • Suitable for round frames of all sizes
  • Suitable for oval frames of maximum dimensions All
  • Suitable for wheels with maximum dimensions 3 "
  • Compatible with through shaft
  • Suitable for roof rails with T-slots 20 x 20 mm
  • Suitable for roof rails with T-slots 24 x 30 mm Adapter required: Thule T-track Adapter 889-4
  • Suitable for square bars
  • Compatible with One Key System

Supplier references

Ref. Builder Color Size Special EAN XXcycle ref.
569000 091021512986 75556


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