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Old 10-22-2009, 09:38 AM
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Default Re: Biking the Cranberry

Switch,

We had a thread a while back where people disclosed sources for buying the rod racks now. The fellow who made mine no longer can be found, I guess he quit the business. Some research might turn one up for you. They make it nice because the rods are both protected and out of the way while you ride. Because they are welded aluminum they stay in place and don't come loose when you are bumping along on a path. Hope you can come up with a good system.

Ard
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