Situated in Sydney's northern suburbs, Bars N Racks are the premier retailer for all your passenger tow bar, roof rack, 4WD equipment, caravan and RV, tradie ute and van accessory needs - with some of the world's best brands and products available.
With off-trail biking and off-trail adventures becoming more popular by the day, every one it seems is investing in off-road bikes. The next thing they need is a means to carry their bikes to their camping site or off-road holiday location.
The easiest way this can be done is by adding one simple accessory to their vehicle – the bike carrier. The traditional way was to fix roof bar racks with bike clamps. But these are not really practical and you can guess why; unless you're as tall as a palm tree with Herculean arms, manoeuvring bikes to the top of the vehicle is not an easy trick to accomplish. Also, a couple of bikes perched on top of vehicle does look a bit funny – like there's a new circus in town.
Roof bar racks aren't the only way to do the job. Also lifting bikes to the top of the vehicle roof isn’t easy. Plus, there is the ugliness to it and also the heavy drag factor which will have an affect on your fuel economy. The better option is to go for a towbar bike rack and if you head to barn-n-racks in Sydney, you will find dozens of options to choose from.
If confused as to which a tow bar bike rack would best suit your requirement, simply talk to the friendly staff at Bars-n-racks and they will have your requirement sorted out in a jiffy. In fact, finding the perfect towbar bike rack that meets all your requirement specifications couldn’t be simpler. All you need to do is to mention the number of bikes you want to carry and then select a platform that makes loading and unloading the bikes easy. You can also opt for a bike carrier that swings away to give you access to the boot of the car. Yep, these days there's all kinds of options available.
When you buy a tow bar bike rack from Bars-n-racks, you can choose:
1. Towbar bike racks for up to 4 bikes, including E-bikes,
2. Platform racks for easier loading and unloading of bikes
3. Swing-away tow bar bike racks for easy access to the vehicle rare.
A tow bar bike rack is secure, safe and affords easy transportation of your bikes to your holiday destination. You get to select a bike carrier design that is ease of use as well as convenient. It could be fully foldable two-bike towbar racks that also suit E-bikes. Whichever 4X4 Tow Bars bike carrier you select, if it is sold by bars-n-racks you can be sure it will be easy to load and unload your bikes. Also, your bikes will be safe and secure while you concentrate on your driving. Absolutely no worries at all.
At bars-n-racks, customer feedback plays an important and essential role in the products they sell and services they offer. The staff at bars-n-racks know which accessory has zero complaints – only these are stocked. So, at bars-n-racks you can be rest assured the 4WD Tow Bars accessory you buy already has wide approval from other customers.
A visit to vehicle accessory 'bars-n-racks' at Sydney, Australia reveals the following roof racks to be available:
1. Trunk Racks – placed on top of your boot and ideal for sedans and hatchbacks.
2. Hitch Racks – used to tow something behind your vehicle.
3. Spare-tire Racks – can be combined with bike carrier and spare tyre carrier.
4. Roof Rack – placed on top of your vehicle roof, very versatile.
5. Truck Racks – Placed on the truck bed and used to carry bikes, small boats etc.
6. Cargo Boxes – drawers strategically placed within your vehicle.
A trunk rack is normally seen on a sedan or hatchback or a sports utility vehicle. Generally these are used to lash a couple of bikes on to it. A truck rack is lightweight, economical and available in a variety of powder coated colours. Trunk racks are easily installed and removed.
A trunk rack has support arms and cradles with neoprene rubber straps attached. This makes securing bikes quite easy. The only disadvantage to a trunk rack is that access to your boot might be blocked.
Before you buy a hitch rack, make sure your vehicle has a hitch receiver. If it does not, then you also need to include a hitch receiver in your list of purchases. Hitches are sold by towing capacity. With Class I having the lowest towing capacity (2,000 lbs ) and class V having the highest capacity at 18,000 lbs.
It is best you consult the expert staff at bars-n-rack s before you buy a hitch rack because you need to be sure it is the right product for the weight and purpose you have in mind.
A spare-tyre rack combines the best of a bike rack with a spare tyre rack i.e. you can mount up to a couple of bikes as well as your spare tyre. A spare tyre rack is quite economical to purchase, is simple to install and easy to attach your bike to it.
A truck rack is fitted to the floor of the truck bed and is used to carry anything from bikes to cargo boxes and even small boats.
Sydney Roof Rack are most popular on account of their minimal installation fuss and versatility. A roof rack can be adapted to transport any small to medium sized item. A Thule Roof Racks Sydney is stable and does not obstruct your front or rare view.
A cargo box will add lots of storage space to help you put away all kinds of knick-knacks. A cargo box will generally require installation of permanent slide rails but thanks to them, cargo boxes can be removed and installed without much effort.
There's a large variety of cargo boxes available. Best place to check them out is at bars-n-rack, Sydney Australia.
SUV's and off-roading are the new trend. Most vehicles being sold in the market today are SUV's. But the higher ground clearance of SUVs can also result in unintended problems especially if you have seniors travelling with you. Wish you had an extra step to mitigate the problem? Now you can.
Auto step: One of the after-market accessories that is available today is the step that unfolds when the door is opened and folds back when the door is closed. No, it is nothing something from a Hollywood film – this is an accessory that is really available in the market and it adds a touch of class to your vehicle.
Animated Turn Indicator: Every vehicle has turn indicators. But the premium segment these days, come equipped with animated turn indicators and no, we don't mean on-off blinkers. A typical animated turn indicator has high-intensity running LED lights that instantly attract attention – which is what a turn indicator is supposed to do.
If your vehicle does not have these animated turn indicator, you could add one and upgrade your vehicle making it the envy of your neighbours. Animated turn indicators transform your Van Storage Systems to make it look premium.
HUD Display: HUD display has been around for a while. But most after-market HUD displays were kind of tacky in appearance and not as impressive or information-rich as the premium segment sports cars. HUD makes driving very easy by providing related information including navigation, speed, engine revs, temperature and so forth right in the front of your eyes. HUD helps you keep your eyes straight on the road rather than looking at the information display panel usually located behind the steering.
Cool / hot seats: Going outback driving? You definitely need to consider cooling seats. A cooling seat is a temperature-regulated ventilated seat that stays cool (or warm) as needed. The cooling seat has a thermo-electric pad available and a cable with adopter plug that can be plugged into car’s regular socket.
Tyre Pressure Sensors: This premium segment Car Roof Racks Sydney product can add real class to your car information display unit. But that apart, it is a very important tool especially when off-roading. The tyre sensors come with four valve mounted pressure sensors-cum-transmitter and one receiver-cum-display unit. The tyre pressure sensor will continuously transmit the pressure information to the receiver unit. The receiver unit continuously display tyre pressure reading for all four tyres. No wiring required.
All these premium segment after-market vehicle accessories are available at most vehicle accessory shops in Australia.