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    Advice for automotive bike rack?

    I'm looking for recommendations for a two-bike rack for a 2012 Mazda 5...one of the strap-on-the back devices, not a roof rack or trailer hitch item. I've read that Thule and Yamika are the big names.

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    Re: Advice for automotive bike rack?

    I have no experience with bike racks, sorry.
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    Re: Advice for automotive bike rack?

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    I have no experience with bike racks, sorry.
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    Re: Advice for automotive bike rack?

    Oh, I thought you meant a bike rack you could drive. I have one of those. I park it at malls then drive it away when it fills up and sell the bikes. Don't know anything about ones you'd attach to a car though.
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