den Haag Rear Rack

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318 Pannier Rack

den Haag heavy duty bicycle rear rack, suitable for trunk bags, large pannier bags and packs.

The beauty of this racks design is that all of the arm and leg fittings are sliding, enabling you to fit this rack to almost any size and style of bike. The special fittings also then allow you to move the bicycle luggage rack into the final position you require - very versatile! 

Features: 

  • Alloy
  • All fittings supplied (not shown in photo)
  • Fits all bikes 24", 26' mountain bike, 27" old racers, 700c hybrid bikes, flat bar bikes, road bikes
  • Tubing size accomodates all pannier bag hook sizes
  • Rated to 20kg
  • Not suitable for rear suspension bikes  or disc brake bikes 
  • Suitable for multi-day touring, daily commuting
  • Easy to fit - you need only a screwdriver and allen key
     

Most modern mountain bikes, flat bar bikes and hybrid bikes come pannier rack ready - simply bolt on! If you have a bike that does not have pannier ready fittings, no drama, simply pop down to Bunnings or your local bike shop and buy some small plastic covered U clamps. These clamps then go around your frame and the rack then bolts onto these.

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Den Haag is a specialist in bicycle carry systems such as bike bags, racks and baskets.

The Bicycle Store is an authorised dealer of Den Haag bicycle bags and baskets.

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Pannier Racks - Fitting Information

Most modern general style bikes come standard with two pairs of rack mounting holes on the frame. One pair is on the frame just above the rear axle - the legs of the rack screw in there. The other pair are on the frame about 80-120mm below the seat - you attach the arms of the rack to these points.

Some bikes however lack a set or both sets of mounting points. It is still easy to fit a rack - see below.

In rare situations, especially if you have a very long frame, the supplied "arms" of the pannier rack are not long enough. This is easy to fix as well: see below.

Q. I do not have any mounting holes on my bike for the rack arms, what can I do?
A. a) You can try attaching the rack arms to either side of the seat post clamp.
b) Otherwise you will need to buy a pair of Pannier Rack P Clips. The diameter of the clip need s to match the frame diameter where you wish to fit the arms to. The bottom part of the P clip is coated in plastic to prevent scratching, the top part of the P clip has a hole in each side - through which you pass a bolt and to which you then attach the rack arms! As you tighten up the bolt the P Clip squeezes shut and will not slide on the bike frame - thus becoming the anchor point for the rack arms.

Thus the clip which looks more like a U when you start ends up looking like a P!!

Q. I do not have any rack mounting holes, what can I do?
A. You can still fit a rack to a bike with no rack mount points - simply follow answer b) above for both the rack arms and legs - buy attaching the P Clips for the rack legs to each side of the frame, just above the axle.

Q. The arms of the pannier rack are too short, what can I do?
A. If your bike frame is very large, or the rear stays are longer than normal, then the standard arms supplied with most bicycle rear racks may not be long enough. To fix this you need to use a Pannier Rack Arm Extender. This simply bolts onto the existing arm to provide an extension.

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    318 Pannier Rack

    den Haag heavy duty bicycle rear rack, suitable for trunk bags, large pannier bags and packs.

    The beauty of this racks design is that all of the arm and leg fittings are sliding, enabling you to fit this rack to almost any size and style of bike. The special fittings also then allow you to move the bicycle luggage rack into the final position you require - very versatile! 

    Features: 

    • Alloy
    • All fittings supplied (not shown in photo)
    • Fits all bikes 24", 26' mountain bike, 27" old racers, 700c hybrid bikes, flat bar bikes, road bikes
    • Tubing size accomodates all pannier bag hook sizes
    • Rated to 20kg
    • Not suitable for rear suspension bikes  or disc brake bikes 
    • Suitable for multi-day touring, daily commuting
    • Easy to fit - you need only a screwdriver and allen key
       

    Most modern mountain bikes, flat bar bikes and hybrid bikes come pannier rack ready - simply bolt on! If you have a bike that does not have pannier ready fittings, no drama, simply pop down to Bunnings or your local bike shop and buy some small plastic covered U clamps. These clamps then go around your frame and the rack then bolts onto these.

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  • Fitting Guide

    Pannier Racks - Fitting Information

    Most modern general style bikes come standard with two pairs of rack mounting holes on the frame. One pair is on the frame just above the rear axle - the legs of the rack screw in there. The other pair are on the frame about 80-120mm below the seat - you attach the arms of the rack to these points.

    Some bikes however lack a set or both sets of mounting points. It is still easy to fit a rack - see below.

    In rare situations, especially if you have a very long frame, the supplied "arms" of the pannier rack are not long enough. This is easy to fix as well: see below.

    Q. I do not have any mounting holes on my bike for the rack arms, what can I do?
    A. a) You can try attaching the rack arms to either side of the seat post clamp.
    b) Otherwise you will need to buy a pair of Pannier Rack P Clips. The diameter of the clip need s to match the frame diameter where you wish to fit the arms to. The bottom part of the P clip is coated in plastic to prevent scratching, the top part of the P clip has a hole in each side - through which you pass a bolt and to which you then attach the rack arms! As you tighten up the bolt the P Clip squeezes shut and will not slide on the bike frame - thus becoming the anchor point for the rack arms.

    Thus the clip which looks more like a U when you start ends up looking like a P!!

    Q. I do not have any rack mounting holes, what can I do?
    A. You can still fit a rack to a bike with no rack mount points - simply follow answer b) above for both the rack arms and legs - buy attaching the P Clips for the rack legs to each side of the frame, just above the axle.

    Q. The arms of the pannier rack are too short, what can I do?
    A. If your bike frame is very large, or the rear stays are longer than normal, then the standard arms supplied with most bicycle rear racks may not be long enough. To fix this you need to use a Pannier Rack Arm Extender. This simply bolts onto the existing arm to provide an extension.

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