- Pivoting wheel tray fits crossbar spreads 32” to 50”
- Works great with MegaWarrior or LoadWarrior
- Doesn’t touch the painted surfaces of your bike
- Fits Yakima round or square crossbars
- SKS Lock sold separately
- 1 Bike up to 35 lbs at minimum of 32" crossbar spread
- Minimum and maximum crossbar spreads: 32” – 50”
- Weight: 1.60 lbs
- Dimensions: L 4.62” x W 7.25” x H 3.00”
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for the minimalist
Review by KP
Have used this a while now...Love this setup, perfect for the less than weekend warrior. It is so compact that I can leave it in my trunk and mount it as needed. It is also surprisingly sturdy in construction and in holding the bike. I like to keep the manual handy (a few sheets of paper or pdf) because the front-half install is not intuitive until you've done a bunch of installs.
Needlessly complex and difficult
Review by Steve from Minneapolis
1. the front skewer mechanism is complex, the bar gets in the way of rotation so the only place I could put it was at the end of the bar! The old system is so easy and efficient. Why did they change it?
2. the back wheel strap runs right into the bar also, so that it is very difficult to strap it in and tighten it. Again, they ruined the old design.
3. The old type takes about 1 minute to install. This, even after practice, takes 10 minutes and cannot be installed as desired.
Consider Other Factors First....
Review by Mark
If you use any other Yakima attachments, keep in mind that you will not be able to move the bars to accomodate. The Boa only lets you use it in one rack position. For example, if I chose to use my Rocketbox and my Boa, it would not work. The width of the attachment points are different. Also the skewer knob, while it is beefy, is difficult to tighten down. Recommend buying the locks so you dont have to remove the skewer completely but this does not resolve the problem of it being difficult to tighten down.
Love my Boa
Review by Ryder
Compact , easy to use.
I perfer the BOA over the other yakima rack I purchased as it is easier to use.
Plan to purchase another to replace the bulky rack.
Stongly recommended this rack.
forks with safety tabs
Review by old steel
Only on the first page of the instructions do you see the notice " ! Designed for forks with safety tabs". My old steel tourer wasn't so securely held in place until I really smashed the lock handle down. Even then there is a little wiggle in the whole system, and the flat steel fork ends can move up a bit in crosswinds, etc. For our touring and town bikes, it's not as secure as the old Steelhead with long wheelrack, or the really old fork-skewer metal clamps that couldn't be locked. For my new front-suspension mountain bike, it's bulky and a bit annoying to manipulate, but it holds the fork in place, partly due to the recessed nature of the fork ends. Be aware of that limitation if you're looking to carry and deter casual theft of an older bike.
Excellent product! Fairly versatile
Review by Jenny
Awesome idea! Great for uses, as long as the wheelbase is in the right range. Tricky if you cannot adjust the spread of your load bars widely.
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