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Extra Bike Kit for Oak Bike Rack

Item No: 666696001044  Discontinued  

We Apologize but this item has been discontinued. We do have similar items that you may like.

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Keep your bike safe and secure with the Extra Bike Kit for Oak Bike Rack. Sturdy and durable, it will provide years of everyday use.

This extra bike kit is designed to be used with the oak pole bicycle rack, Oak Pole Bicycle Rack. Bike Rack must be purchased separately to use this unit.
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  • Items may be drop-shipped from the manufacturer. Please allow an extra week for delivery.
  • Gift wrapping not available for this item.

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Reviews for Extra Bike Kit for Oak Bike Rack

***** A real sanity saver.....
Computer nut.... (Bloomfield Hills, MI)
After spending 90% of 5 weeks in bed due to a back operation having a laptop easily accessible was a real sanity saver. We had also tried a hospital type bed table which would have not worked nearly as well and turned out to be too low. The Laptop Desk was the perfect solution. We did use a strap around the top of the computer to secure the laptop to the table.
Bottom Line: recommended
**** Good product
Pete (SLC, UT)
The only downside is that it takes some time to adjust. Very good product overall.
Bottom Line: recommended
** brilliant idea, poor value.
Velvet, disabled professional writer (Dallas, Tx)
This product was given to me as a gift, and is very useful. _However_, I would never have bought one myself. There's nothing wrong with it, but the fact is that it is just a few bucks worth of wood, a strap, and some screws, and it'd take about ten minutes to assemble one yourself, including drilling the holes. It's not exactly a complex piece of 'equipment'. Thus, it goes well beyond 'expensive' and firmly into the category of 'rip-off'.
Bottom Line: not recommended