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Easy Reacher Underseat Rack

Easy Reacher Underseat Rack

Regular price $189.00 USD
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Specifically designed for Bacchetta bikes, the ultra-durable T-Cycle Bacchetta Easy Reacher Rack is custom made for each Bacchetta model. Much stronger than an ordinary rack, Easy Reacher racks are made with with black anodized TIG-welded rack arms and lots of specially machined components. Mounting arms are custom CNC machined for each Bacchetta model's main frame tube and chainline. Racks are further customized with pannier rail leveling clamps specific to the angle of your main tube. Once you see how beautiful these parts are you will appreciate the all USA made T-Cycle rack. No other rack system is anything like it. These are the racks Bacchetta sells and recommends.

This particular version will fit the Giro and Corsa models, regardless of wheel size. It will not fit the Bella, Bellandare, Carbon Aero or Ti Aero.

FAQ

1. Why underseat?

Rear racks have their place, but underseat racks really let you carry things. A rear rack is great for light things, or occasional use, but when you want to carry things on a regular basis, underseat is the way to go. With the weight low and centered, your bike's handling is not affected like is with a rear rack. When the amount of weight gets significant at all, the difference is very noticeable.

2. How much can I carry?

A lot. Easy Reacher racks are rated 30lbs/side, but they can carry more. So, more than you are probably ever going to need to carry. It's good to know you've got capacity to spare if you ever need it.

3. What panniers can I use?

Any pannier with the hooks near the top. You can adjust your rack up and down, but most people find positioning the pannier rail about 2 inches below the seat works best. 

4. How do they install?

T-Cycle machines special arms that clamp to the main tube. Each arm is shaped for the frame and chainline of the bike it's used with. The arms have cable tunnels for the rear deraileur and brake cables. It depends on your seat position, but generally one arm will go in front of the seat and one behind the seat. You lay the arms on the frame, attach the machined clamp arches from underneath, and finally, attach and adjust the pannier rails.

5. Why don't you make one for the Carbon Aero?

Structural reasons, firstly. Clamping to a specialized carbon shape like that is not advisable. T-Cycle has thought of doing something off the seat track, but really, do you want to go loaded touring or grocery shopping or daily commuting on a bike like this? Sacrilege!

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