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Wald Rear Bike Rack

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Product description

The Wald rack is simple to install and easy to use.  Its steel construction will keep it sturdy without adding too much weight to your bike.  This rack works perfectly with the Walk 582 rear folding basket.


From the manufacturer

WALD

Wald bicycle baskets, racks, and fenders provide simple solutions to a complex global problem and can help you make the world a better place. Installing a bicycle basket allows you to bring home gallons of milk instead of burning through tanks of gas and drums of oil.

Wald strives to make products the majority of cyclists can use on their bicycles and become more functional at the same time. The biggest challenge we face in this effort is the lack of a universal standard. Bikes from various manufacturers may look the same, but the moment you pull out a tape measure it quickly becomes apparent that all bicycles are not created equal. While we believe our products can be installed by almost anyone, we recommend you have your local bike shop install your product at the time of purchase.

Wald Rear Bike Rack

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