|Saris Racks to Donate Proceeds from Sales to Cycling AvocacySaris Auto Rack Systems, along with their distributors and dealers, are going the extra mile for IMBA in a promotion dubbed "Sales for Trails." The Madison, Wisconsin company is donating a portion of sales from their new limited edition Bones 801 bike rack to IMBA and the League of American Bicyclists. $13 of the retail price is directed to the cycling advocacy groups. |
The trunk-mounted rack features a special earth-tone finish and a variety of design innovations. Saris has produced hundreds of the racks and they are now in stores ready for customers. Visit the Saris website at http://www.sarisproducts.com for a list of Saris dealers near you.
"The great thing about this partnership is that everybody wins," says IMBA executive director Tim Blumenthal. "IMBA and the League receive crucial cash support, Saris connects with advocacy, and cyclists get a cool rack and ultimately, better riding opportunities."
The rack has been given a 4 1/2 chain ring rating in Bicycling Magazine and received this review in Bike Magazine : "If the Space Shuttle needed a bike rack, the Bones would be it. Featuring a futuristic look and resin-based construction... adjustability is practically infinite, accommodating nearly any domestic, foreign, or NASA vehicle."
Other technical details include:
Three bike capacity.
Fits most mountain, road, women's and children's bikes.
Built with 100% recyclable, non-rusting materials.
Absorbs road shock and other bike-jostling evils.
Easily adjusts to fit most vehicle styles: sedans, hatchbacks and minivans.
Non-marring thermoplastic rubber foot pads adjust to the contours of the vehicle.www.sarisproducts.com
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