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Stoneman Sports QSP-610 Sparehand Adjustable Bike Bar Adapter, Black Finish


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  • Telescopic bar fits virtually any bike style and size
  • Hangers are vinyl-coated to prevent damage
  • Used for bikes without the top tube (women's and children's bikes)
  • Adjusts from 22-inches to 32-inche so it can attach to almost any sized bike
  • Comes with a 1-year limited warranty
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Product Description

The Stoneman Sports QSP-610 Sparehand Adjustable Bike Bar Adapter fits almost any bicycle without a top bar, including women and children bikes. In a matter of seconds, use this adapter to add a top bar to your existing bicycle so you can store it with a standard bike rack or suspended hook. This adapter bar adjusts from 22-inches to 32-inche so it can attach to almost any sized bike. You can keep a clean, organized garage by storing bikes that won't normally store on traditional racks using this adapter. The QSP-610 features hangers which are coated in soft vinyl to prevent scuffs and other damage. The Stoneman Sports QSP-610 Sparehand Adjustable Bike Bar Adapter comes with a 1-year limited warranty that protects against defects in material and workmanship. Stoneman Sports is dedicated to innovation and simplicity and specializes in high-quality lifestyle and sports products. Their expansive product offering includes bike racks, kayak carriers, grilling accessories and much more. Stoneman Sports provides some of the most durable sports accessories at competitive prices and has great ideas for real-life applications.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 27.3 x 3.2 x 0.7 inches ; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000KK3X4A
  • Item model number: QSP610
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,944 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

It is very sturdy and very easy to use.
James
This adapter works great for full suspension mountain bike frames and makes it easier to attach your bike to the rack.
L. Spangler
This unit adjusts easily between your seat and handle bars and the clamps open and close nicely as well .
Harold Buchner

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By A. Barnes on May 2, 2008
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I bought an old bike rack from craigs list and my son's bike wouldn't fit on it - the bar was too thick. To top it off, I ride a "girl bike" so mine wouldn't fit either. I was about to give up when I heard about bike frame adapters. This thing is great! It's portable, easily attaches, sturdy and makes my bikes fit on my bike rack. Now I just keep it in my trunk for when I need it.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Brett A Myers on November 10, 2010
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I initially bought this product after searching endlessly for a review by an owner of the same bike I had recently bought (2010 Specialized Enduro), but with no luck. There were multiple reviews by owners of bikes with unusual geometry, so I thought I was looking at the right product.

Unfortunately, no. If you have a high-dollar mountain bike, you probably have a large headset with limited or no space between it and your stem, like mine. I had to use the larger of the two ends of the adapter around the stem, and the smaller end around my remote-adjustable seatpost, and I wasn't too happy about having the adapter clamping directly on the seatpost's stanchion, either. But I was willing to accept even that.

Until I finally had the adapter on my bike, and attempted to put it on the trunk-mounted bike rack. Too bad that the lack of space between the headset and stem, also meant no space between the adapter and the forward end of my top tube! Where the top tube met the headset, there was literally aobut 3/4" between the top tube and the adapter! No bike rack I've ever seen has tubes this small, let alone the cradles that actually hold the bike's frame.

I have nothing negative to say about the adapter itself; the product is of average quality, and I assume it would fulfill its function adequately, with a bike with different geometry. I just wish they had been a little more forthcoming with its dimensions, and (in a perfect world) a list of bikes it was known to fit. Of course, I also wish I had the forethought to stare at my bike, and visualize the adapter in place before I purchased it; it might have been quite obvious that it wouldn't have worked. That sounds a little silly, but would have saved me about $35!
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23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Austin on February 22, 2009
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This bike frame adapter is awesome & priced right. It has a spring in the body so when u pull it apart to attach to your handle bar stem & seat post it retracts for a tight fit, great feature. It also has rubber on both ends to reduce slipping & scratching of your bike.

i own a Yamika one too & this one is wayyyy better. The Yamika one has no internal body spring so as you drive over bumps or what not it slides apart & becomes loose on your bike rack.

Great deal, most in stores are $35 or more & this is a great deal for $21 !
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22 of 23 people found the following review helpful By S. White on November 29, 2008
My wife and I both own beach cruisers. Easily fits on the bike in seconds. A must have for mounting properly on a rack. No worries during transport on the expressway. Does the job well. This is a good, solid product for the money. Inexpensive compared to other models. Would highly recommend.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By L. Furrow on June 3, 2009
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GREAT telescoping, adjustable length "crossbar" for the bike that doesn't have one. Women's bikes and kids bikes many times cannot be placed on a standard bike carrier if they are not equipped with a crossbar, or if the crossbar is too low or too short. This is great! The locking carabiner-type opening on BOTH ends makes this much easier AND safer than other brands.

MUCH BETTER THAN THE OTHER BRAND:
I just wish I would have seen this bike frame adapter before I bought the "other one." My first experience was poorly designed Allen Tension Bar Bicycle Cross-Bar Adaptor that has a "safety" cable attached. On the first use, the cable slipped out of its clamp and when I checked it, the main clamp holding it together would push open with little pressure. I could have lost my brand new bike on the first outing!

When I opened the box for my NEW SpareHand Bike Frame Adaptor, it only took 3 seconds to recognize the superior workmanship and design.

DEFINITELY RECOMMENDED!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By James Savage on August 11, 2010
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The Swagman Bar Adapter Deluxe and Sparehand Bike Frame Adapter are identical products. I couldn't find any specifications for the products, thought I would try one of each and was surprised to find that they were one in the same. Only the packaging was different. If you're not sure if this will work for you, the Sparehand would be much easier to repackage since the Swagman came in a tamper-proof hard plastic package with rivets to hold it together.

The products were sturdy, but the button and small uncoated metal components are not stainless steel and therefore prone to rusting if exposed to the elements. The products are easy to disassemble, however, so you could clean or oil the components if necessary.

If you think these adapters might be a little too long for your needs, it is clear that you could disassemble one and cut the two sliding bars down using a hack saw, pipe cutter, etc. without any difficulty.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Reynold F. Heuer on July 28, 2011
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The elastic inside the bar snapped the first time the bar was extended - with VERY little force applied. I disassembled the bar and removed the elastic to find it was very badly frayed where it broke. Obviously it was like this when it left the vendor. I repaired it using a small bungee cord and everything seems to be OK. I have not requested a refund or replacement as it now works fine. However, the vendor should look into possible QC issues. I'm posting this here because there is no option in past orders to contact seller once an item has been delivered EXCEPT to arrange for a replacement or refund.

The bar itself seems strong and well made. I'm sure it will do the job.
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