Travoy Rack Mount


The Travoy Rack Mount enables the Travoy Hitch to mount on a rear rack, rather than the seat post.

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The Travoy Rack Mount enables the Travoy Hitch to mount on a rear rack, rather than the seat post. This is handy when you have a large rack installed that might prevent you from installing the Travoy on your seatpost.
*Travoy Hitch sold separately.

Additional Information

Weight .55 lbs
Dimensions 8 x 6.5 x 1.25 in
Travoy Rack Mount is rated 4.5 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Had to purchase this because I needed the carrier rack for a daily commuter. I use my travoy at least twice a week to carry 5 gallons of water to and from work and/or a grocery run on Sunday. This adapter was also a life saver cause I would have rubbed the travoy with my 29" tire. I have used it since May and I have had no problems with the connection, to include when I flipped the travoy while making a turn to fast on a bumpy road.
Date published: 2016-10-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Useful mounting option My wife's bike configuration precludes using the seatpost ... so this rack option was necessary to use the Travoy. It's well built, and easy to install. The only drawback is that the provided screws assume a "normal" rack ... many bikes these days have opted for much fatter rods, and I had to find screws locally (and was unable to match the color and hex heads). I appreciate that "one size" cannot fit all; but given the prevalence of such racks on factory ebikes, fatbikes, etc. seems to me that either longer bolts, or a second set of longer bolts would be helpful.
Date published: 2018-10-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from very solid ..I like the adaptor for my rack I needed this because all my bikes have racks..Heavy item..
Date published: 2017-02-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fits many different racks; very strong and sturdy I have used this on three different racks, including two Old Man Mountain *super* heavy duty bike racks which are hard to fit for most add ons like this (reflector kits, blinkie light holders, etc usually don't fit). I initially bought the adapter because my youngest daughter sat on the bike rack on her way to and from school each day. Once I got the Travoy trailer, I wanted to be able to multitask and do my grocery shopping/errands after dropping her off. Without the adapter, this wasn't posssible as her butt would have been on top of the arm of the trailer. I was able to place the adapter far back on the rack, toward the rear, not on the front of the rack like in the stock photo. For two years, this was the solution and it worked terrifically well until she began riding her own bike. Later, I needed more storage capacity for my weekly grocery runs. Adding panniers to the Travoy's capacity does the trick for all but the most enormous shopping needs, but my awesome Arkel city shoppers that I have sit too high, interfering with the Travoy's clearance on turning. I tapped into the old adapter that I had, and voila, problem fixed. By moving the hitch to the back of the rack, I can use my Travoy AND my panniers! <p> I've used this adapter on three different bikes with three different racks. All have fit well--although not symmetrically on one of my racks. My cheaper rack forced me to place the adapter slightly off center. I pushed it more to the "passenger" side of the bike as I almost always mount from the left hand side and didn't want to worry about hitting it with my leg by accident. Burley could improve this by drilling 3 sets of holes rather than the existing two, although maybe that would compromise the strength of the hitch? Not sure, but it would be handy to have that option for more precise adjustability. Be aware that racks that have a bend can require
Date published: 2017-07-21
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