1. Standard Rear Transport Cover Part # RTC100 (Covers 1-2 Bikes)
*(Please Note: If you are using a tray mount style 1-2 bike rack with 2 bikes an RTC200 will be required.)
2. Large Rear Transport Cover Part # RTC200 (Covers 3-4 Bikes)
*(Please Note: If you are using a tray mount style 3-4 bike rack an RTC300 will be required.)
3. X-Large Rear Transport Cover Part # RTC300 (3-4 Bikes tray mount*)
*(Please Note: This cover is for a tray mount 3-4 bike rack or a post mount 4-5 bike rack.)
Rear Transport Covers (with Lights):
NEW: Rear Transport Covers with Light Kits:
Lights and wiring harness included.
Connects just like trailer lights.
Uses a 4 prong flat connector. (Note: Some vehicles may require an adapter-available at any auto parts store).
Ladies & Gentlemen:
When a product has served well and does what it was designed for better than expected, I believe the manufacturer should be given credit for an excellent product.
Your rear transport bicycle covers fall into this category.
Several years ago I purchased one of your two-bike covers from my local bike shop, which I've used here within Alaska and on two separate trips to the lower-48 states.
I have just returned from a 12,000 mile trip through northern Canada, across the Trans-Labrador Highway, to all of the Canadian Maritime Provinces and then back across the states to Colorado before heading up north through Wyoming and Montana to the Alcan Highway and back to Alaska.
During this trip your bike cover was exposed to every weather element, temperatures from the low 20s to the high 90s and about 1,000 miles of the roughest gravel road I've ever encountered. Through it all your cover kept the bicycle clean so that it could be used without waisting time cleaning it first. In places my Sprinter van was so covered with mud, muck and dirt from wet muddy gravel roads that mud was caked on the van and the bike cover, but it spit of that, the bike remained clean.
The only damage to the cover on this trip was my own fault because I did not mount the bike high enough on the rack to keep one of the wheels above the flying gravel kicked up by the van's tires. The flying gravel impacted the front wheel rim at its low point and finally wore a hole through the cover's fabric, exposing part of the wheel rim and tire. This happened about half-way through the trip.
I was pleasantly surprised when the hole in the fabric did not get larger or tear while driving at highway speeds for the rest of the trip. Even when I used a high pressure washer on the bike cover, the damaged area did not get any worse and the cover was easily cleaned up.
If you're interested, I took pictures of the mud encrusted cover and the clean bike.
Thank you for an excellent product. I have and will continue to recommend this item to others who have asked about how I like it.