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Rooftop Upright Bike Mount Yakima FrontLoader

Universal rooftop bike mount that fits 20” to 29” wheels and secures the bike by the front wheel. more

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139,60 €

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  • 2-year warranty

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The Rooftop Upright Bike Mount Yakima FrontLoader is an upright bike mount thanks to which you won’t have to worry about the frame size or wheel removal anymore. The three-point system secures the front tire in place, so it carries your complete bike — no wheel removal needed. What’s more, it even holds the bike upright while you secure it to the mount.

This new wheel hoop fits 20” to 29” wheels with tire widths up to 3”, making it compatible with most bikes (it accommodates disc brakes, thru axles, and full suspension bikes). The tool-free universal mounting hardware fits most roof racks. It attaches to roof rack crossbars, not T-slot crossbars. You can adjust its length in the rear to fit the crossbars. Add SKS Locks (2) to the included TailWhip™ cable to secure your bike and mount to your roof rack (sold separately).

The frame is sturdy and accommodates a max load of 18 kg. What’s more, it’s TÜV-certified and meets European safety standards.

Key features:

  • Tool-free universal mounting hardware 
  • Fits most roof racks
  • Three-point front wheel grip
  • Not compatible with T-slot crossbars
  • You can add bike locks (optional, sold separately)
  • Meets the CityCrash standard

Technical description:

Max load capacity

18 kg


L 141 x W 18 x H 19 cm


5.9 kg

Min crossbar length

46.4 cm

Max crossbar length

106.7 cm

Max wheelbase

3ʺ (20” – 27” wheels), 2.7” (29” wheels)

Bike locking system


Rack locking system



Front and rear wheel

Max frame diameter


Compatible crossbar types


Max vehicle speed with rack mounted

130 km/h


Product parameters

Assembly Attached to the roof of the vehicle
Maximum number of bikes 1
Weight 5.90 kg
Weight limit (kg) 18 kg
Dimensions 1410 x 180 x 190
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