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  • The bike friendly car.
  • oreetmon
    Free Member

    Interesting article.

    Scroll down to find the info on bike detection radar.

    We Used the ŠKODA SCALA for a Winter Cyclocross Training Session

    RustyNissanPrairie
    Full Member

    Nothing has ever beaten the Nissan Prairie pussy wagon for cool bike carrying ability…..

    matt_outandabout
    Full Member

    @rnp

    😍😍😍

    trumpton
    Free Member

    loving the Nissan.

    Scienceofficer
    Free Member

    The rear door on my old Mondeo hatchback was so massive it was actually easier to load up than the estate version.

    martymac
    Full Member

    Scienceofficer, I could get a full size chest freezer in my mk3, i had to pack it in to stop it sliding around😂😂
    ‘Kin great motors. And yes, mine was a hatch.

    martymac
    Full Member

    Scienceofficer, I could get a full size chest freezer in my mk3, i had to pack it in to stop it sliding around😂😂
    ‘Kin great motors. And yes, mine was a hatch.

    TiRed
    Full Member

    Amateurs. My Original CRV would take two bikes upright without removing the wheels. The replacement takes the recumbent trike, and will take the upright TT trike with just a front wheel removal. Height is everything. Of course it also sports a roof rack for 4 bikes as well, but the trike needs a lot of space.

    The latest CRV is too low, I’m not taking the saddle out, nor am I removing all three wheels.

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