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Old 11-13-2016, 09:52 PM   #1
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Bike carrying topic

So many feedbacks on the subject of the bike carrying topic, I thought I'd throw out to the forum to get some responses on the thought of maybe transporting our (2 / 26") mountain bikes in front of the stove,kitchen sink area / slide in u shaped dinnet. Me & my wife have done a visual inspection of possibility transporting them in the up right position with the slide in, and finding that it would work! With that stated now on to the decision to develop a relatively small lightweight design. Just wondering if anybody else has tried this or already been doing this?
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Old 11-14-2016, 08:59 AM   #2
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A few people have put bike mounts on the underside of the dinette plywood and use them for bikes in transit:

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For a long time, I went for the big bike pile- using waterproof sheets to protect my bikes and dinette cushions.

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More options here (even though its specific to fifth wheels, travel trailers can use some of the same ideas):
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