ROCKBROS Rear Luggage Rack for MTB and Road Bike

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SKU: HJ10011

ROCKBROS Rear Luggage Rack for MTB and Road Bike

The ROCKBROS Rear Luggage Rack is lightweight, easy to set up, and very durable. It will free you from the trouble of hauling your goods on your shoulders. The quick-release system lets you mount the rack easily, and you can secure your pannier or backpack within seconds. It’s also wide enough to fit a friend behind!


Key Features:

  • Good build quality
  • Compatible with most bikes 
  • Lightweight 
  • Easy to mount or remove
  • Stable and secure
  • Reflector for night-time visibility
  • Weather-resistant

Convenient Setup and Installation

The rear rack is fastened to the bike using the quick-release system. You only need a couple of tools to assemble the rack and mount it on the bike. Please check the dimensions to ensure it’s suitable for your bike. It is compatible with seat rods with a diameter under 32 mm.


Durable Construction

This ROCKBROS rear bike rack is made from aluminum alloy for long-lasting performance. It is also weather-resistant and rust-resistant, so you can use it in any weather condition without a worry. 


Good Load Bearing Ability

The rack is ideal for holding panniers, backpacks, and baskets and can hold significant weight. The rods are adjustable between 3-12 cm for a secure fit.

ROCKBROS Luggage Rack for MTB and Road Bike Specifications: 

Brand: ROCKBROS

Product type: Rear rack

Model: SKU: HJ10011

Colour: Black

Material: Aluminium alloy 

Weight: 1.2 kg

Tube diameter: Should be under 32 mm

Mount type: rear mount

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Julian Varney
Easy to attach. Not so sturdy though

The quick-release mechanisms make putting this on & off a breeze. The telescopic side-stays are a little fiddly, but overall it is easy to use.

the problem is that the telescopic side-stays also make the whole rack move, so it sways a little under load. Not so much that my panniers rubbed, but enough that I was concious of it in riding.