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Carrying a Bicycle

Discussion in 'Cosmetic Mods (Interior/Exterior/Lighting)' started by anotherbrian, Oct 16, 2019.

  1. anotherbrian

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    My carry my bicycle in my s2000 via top down in the passenger seat. It works well.

    Any idea how to carry one in a supra?
     
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    That poor sports car....
     
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    Find somewhere that stocks sea suckers and ask them if you can trial fit it because your roof is curved
     
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    Maybe you shouldn’t plan on a supra being your primary vehicle. Or you could simply stop riding a bike and get there quicker
     
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    or see what bike rack that fits the supra?
     
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    To each their own but this is kind of like asking “how do i fit my family of four in a tiny sports car with two seats”
     
  7. AustinGRSupra

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    Or: how do I mount a 2-in-1 deer lift and skinner on my Supra?
    Only that would be marginally cooler than a bike rack.

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    I LIKED E4EVL'S IDEA. DO YOU HAVE A PROBLEM WITH IT?
     
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    Some self tappers and some bungee cords should work- that is how I attached my plow to mine

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    #10 Dec 5, 2019
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    Get your kayak on the Supra too. Always a good look for a sports car!

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    i think i will pass on the plow...... B-)
     
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    i have hope:

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    I'm sure Yakima could point you to the right clips and rails to attach a roof rack.
     
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    High cool factor.
     
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    I doubt Yakima or Thule have systems available for the Supra at this point. Given the roof design I am not sure if one is coming or not. I think your only option is a hitch mounted rack that would require you to get a small hitch installed and that may not even be possible.
     

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