Storing bikes in the van while on the move is a hassle-free way of transporting them, although you then have the dilemma of securing them so they don’t damage the furniture. The Carabike, designed by caravanners, has been introduced to solve this problem. The stand is made from lightweight steel and comes fully assembled. Simply pop it on the floor of the van, over the axle, and secure the wheels in the rack.

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Storing bikes in the van while on the move is a hassle-free way of transporting them, although you then have the dilemma of securing them so they don’t damage the furniture. The Carabike, designed by caravanners, has been introduced to solve this problem. The stand is made from lightweight steel and comes fully assembled. Simply pop it on the floor of the van, over the axle, and secure the wheels in the rack.

The Carabike can hold two adult bikes with tyre widths up to 50mm and a pair of bungee cords are supplied to fasten them securely. The freestanding rack can also be used outside. Popping it on your pitch is an ideal solution for storing your bikes while on site.

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