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Yakima's LockN'Load Platform system has been going gangbusters since its release, and the company continues to add accessories to it, with this Load Corner Brackets Kit the latest. The kit comprises four heavy-duty steel brackets, so it's built tough for touring.Read more..
Yakima AceO'Spades featured in issue 404 of 4x4 Australia's 'Gear Product Tests & New Stuff' section.Read more..
"Yes, the AceO'Spades shovel holder from Yakima is the Cadillac of shovel holders. It works in a similar fashion to a pair of handcuffs (not thatRead more..
NOW and again I like take a break from four-wheelin' for some two-wheelin' fun, and often the best tracks for the kind of cycling I prefer aren't within cooee of the local bike path.Read more..
Earlier this year we were lucky to be loaned a big Isuzu D-Max for a couple of weeks while we worked on some bike tests and photo shoots on the trails in South-East Queensland. With riders carried in the cab up front, and room for bikes in the tray, the obvious thing that was missing was a way to make sure the bikes were transported safely.Read more..
When we travel, we like to take our toys, but some are difficult to stow. For example, kayaks and bikes - hard to take buy equally hard to leave out. Most items will fit inside a vehicle or van but some are just too bulky.Read more..
It doesn't matter how much room we seem to have in our car, caravan or trailer. When we go away on a camping holiday most of us can easily fill this space with what we consider to be 'important' or 'must have' gear. The more space we have, the more things we seem to take. But that's ok, we'd hate to leave something behind, right?Read more..
If you're like me, you probably have a couple of roof bars fitted to your vehicle for carrying toys like kayaks or surfboards, but they're pretty useless when it comes to lugging around items that aren't long (or rigid) enough to sit comfortably over the gap between them. This is where dedicated full-length roof racks come in handy, but they can be prohibitively expensive, especially if you only need to use them occasionally.Read more..
Yakima continues its growth in the Australian market with the release of three new bike-carrying products - the FullBack, LiteRider 3 and WheelHouse.Read more..
About two years ago (I think!) I read Justin Walker's initial review of a Whispbar WB201 roof-mounted bike carrier.Read more..