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Axiom DLX Streamliner Disc Cycle Rack, Black
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- A lightweight, low profile solution for mountain, commuting and fitness bikes
- Ultra-narrow profile improves aerodynamics, keeps load closer to center and greatly reduces bag "swing"
- Hand-welded 10.2mm tubular 6061 T6 alloy construction
- Fits 26" and 700C wheels
- Ample space for MTB and Hybrid/Trekking fenders
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Patent pending design specifically for use on bikes with disc brakes. Designed for use on bikes without threaded eyelets.
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I was interested in a more robust solution that would still allow me to quickly remove almost all traces of the rack, as I don't want it attached for the group/training rides that I use the bike for most of the time. I also did not want to use P-clips or anything else that would contact the frame. The Axiom DLX streamliner Disc Cycle rack with an XLC seat post clamp with eyelets works perfectly!
When attached, the rack is rock solid. I'd be worried about bike handling before reaching the weight limit of the rack. I can mount it and dismount it in literally less than three minutes. When removed, the eyelets on the seat post clamp are the only vestige of the rack installation. My bike doesn't have disc brakes, but I chose this model over the Streamliner Road DLX because I wanted to use the dual mounting arms instead of the single brake bracket, and I wanted a broader platform to use with my rack-top bag. At 100mm, it's still a bit narrower than a conventional rack, but my Delta Top Trunk Bicycle bag is acceptably stable, though it overhangs the sides a little. My small Avenir Excursion Panniers are a perfect fit with plenty of heel clearance.
I had to reverse the mounting arm clamps for the best fit, which made tightening the horizontal screws a minor puzzle. The solution was to remove one of the clamp/arms entirely, tighten the horizontal screw of the remaining arm, then switch arms, tighten the other horizontal screw, and then install both arms. It only took a couple of minutes and only needs to be done once for the initial fitting.
Aside from the rack, here are the products mentioned in this review:
XLC Seat post clamp with eyelets (make sure to get the size the matches your bike):
Delta Top Trunk Bicycle Bag:
Avenir Excursion Panniers Black:
Now for the lower attachments. I like the idea of not needed a longer skewer but this is where I ran into a slight problem. My bike is a Cannondale SuperX cross bike. It has a replaceable derailleur hanger and the hanger has 2 small allen head bolts that hold this hanger onto the rear drop out.
These 2 allen head bolts prevent the lower bracket of the rack to sit flush to the drop out.
I will need to remove these brackets and put a small offset bend in to them so that there will be no interference with the 2 allen bolts.
For me this is not a big issue, I have the tools and means to make this mod' with very little effort but I can see this being a problem for most people.
If I had know of this issue I would have gone with my 1st rack choice, Blackburns EX-1 disc brake bike rack. It has lower attachments that spaces it straight out from the drop out and it also uses a longer skewer.
Pics show the problem that I ran into and also my new brackets that I made and how they have an offset to get around the hanger bolts.
Would I recommend this to a friend? Yes and I would have to be talked into the merits of buying a $100 rack compared to this more affordable one. Note the pictures and the installation.