AC LowRider Bike Front Rack
AC LowRider Bike Front Rack
AC LowRider Bike Front Rack
AC LowRider Bike Front Rack
AC LowRider Bike Front Rack
AC LowRider Bike Front Rack
AC LowRider Bike Front Rack
AC LowRider Bike Front Rack

AC LowRider Bike Front Rack

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Designed to carry panniers closer to the ground; this lowers the center of gravity of the load and improves handling. Your front panniers will mount low, but maintain plenty of ground clearance, ensuring the panniers won’t scrape the ground.

AC LowRider Front Rack Installation instructions
Your bike doesn't have brake bosses? 
This is the part you need to install the rack, click here.
Please note: this front rack is not compatible bike with oversize tires. 

Weight: 500 g (1.1 lbs)
Load Capacity: 15 kg (33 lbs)
Fit with 100 mm axles
Dimensions between lower mounting points : 110mm
Made in Taiwan

Please note ;
this front rack is not compatible bike with tires size over 3'' wide.

10.33 mm diameter tubing compatible with our regular Cam-Lock attachment system.

Compatible with all hydraulic brakes and some mechanical disc brakes.

Not compatible with the following mechanical disc brakes: Hayes CX Expert, Shimano CX77, Promax Render, and Avid BB7 and BB5.

The fork on your bike must have lower eyelets to be able to install this rack. If your bike has a fork equipped with both lower and mid-fork eyelets, the hardware that comes with the rack is all you will need.

If your bike only has the lower eyelet on the fork, you will need to use a set of band clamps for the upper attachment point.

Compatible with most disk brakes

Compatible with all hydraulic brakes and some mechanical disc brakes. View "Technical Specs" for more information.

Compatible with the Cam-Lock System

With a 10.33 mm diameter tubing, this rack is compatible with our regular Cam-Lock attachment system.

Adjustable Arm

The AC LowRider’s clever adjustable arm allows you to level off the top of the rack no matter the position on the fork. The spacer ensures the rack doesn’t damage the fork’s finish, whatever its shape.

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