The bike carrier performed flawlessly throughout the Gibb Challenge charity event and for most of the following 2 week journey. It got quite a few looks and positive comments at the Gibb Challenge (particularly when our rider changes were so quick) so hopefully you will get some more orders from WA shortly!
While camping last weekend the various bike racks in our little convoy became a topic of conversation (yes there may have been a few too many beers involved) and what would a “perfect” rack look like. The consensus was that the ISI is pretty damned close, and ahead of the others by a long way.
I am very, very happy with what I already have. It is always fun sitting on my ISI rack watching the other guys repairing their “cheaper” racks in the bush with duct tape, sticks and cable ties!
Well I am back from the Gibb Challenge and post challenge holiday, and as always the ISI 4 bike carrier performed flawlessly and held everything securely and safely through the journey, including the Munja Track into Bachsten Camp and halfway to Walcott inlet… amazing country up there!
I saw a lot more ISI racks on the Gibb this year, particularly mounted to campers in all sorts of configurations. Wish I had thought to get some pics to send back to you of more of your racks in action because after over 8000km of dirt, dust, mud and a super rocky 140km into Bachsten Camp there is not a mark on the top tube of my carbon frame from the rubber pad… I am not sure there is any other rack on the market that could claim that feat!