Thule - Bicycle carrier Sprint XT 569

Professional bicycle carrier with fork holder.

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€212,95
€189,00 Incl. tax
Delivery time: This item from the collection
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Out of stock
Article number: ThFd569x1

This bike carrier is due to production problems from the collection.
Replaced by UpRide 599

Bike carrier with fork mounting, transports your bike in a professional way.

Thule bike carrier Sprint 569

The Thule Sprint 569 is an exclusive bicycle carrier for attachment to the roof rail of the car. The front fork of the road bike can easily be locked and locked with a turning knob on the front of the carrier. And thanks to the telescopic rear wheel mounting, it is suitable for all frame sizes. Easy installation on the roof rail and simple bicycle mounting with secure locking of the carrier and the bicycle, make the Thule Sprint the most complete roof carrier.


Characteristics:

 

  • Easy-to-use "AcuTight" tightening knob to securely and securely fix the front fork of the bicycle.
  • Telescopically adjustable rear wheel attachment, so that every bike size can be mounted properly and securely.
  • Easy-to-use ratchet-tightening straps to secure the rear wheel.
  • Tool free installation on the roof rail.
  • Aerodynamic design that matches your car.
  • The carrier can be locked to the roof rail, and the bicycle can be locked to the carrier.
  • Corrosion resistant aluminum construction.
  • A 15 mm thru axle can be placed with adapter 561-1 (optional)

Now also collection point in Doetinchem, Achterhoek, Bunnik Utrecht for Central, North and South Netherlands


Specifications:

Name Thule Sprint 569
Max. number of bicycles 1
Load capacity 17 Kg
Maximum weight of bicycle 17 Kg
Weight 3.9 Kg
Suitable for frame sizes All
Wheel assembly Adjustable pump buckles, Stub shaft attachment
Locks bike to carrier Yes
Locks carrier to roof carrier Yes
Suitable for: Wing, Slide, Aero and SquareBar

Guarantee

5 years

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