Blackburn EX-1 Bike Rack

Priced: $35.95 - $45.00 Rated:   - 5 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Blackburn EX-1 Bike Rack
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Drop a crate full of groceries on the tough-as-nails Blackburn EX-1 Bike Rack and pedal your goodies home without having to rock a giant backpack. Aircraft-grade aluminum keeps things light, and oversized tubing reinforcement gives this rack added strength. Need to take junior Lance along for the ride? The EX-1 is compatible with Blackburn CoPilot child seats.


  • 9mm gauge aluminum construction ensures long-lasting performance; 3-strut design offers excellent load support and stability


  • Blackburn EX-1 bike rack is designed to work with either 26 in. or 700c frames and tires


  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Welded oversized aluminum tubing
  • Compatible with CoPilot child seats (item 54600)

Transporting stuff by bike? The Blackburn EX-1 bike rack delivers sturdy support for up to 40 lbs. (18.1 kg) of gear, groceries or commuting wares, all at a great value.


The EX-1 rear bike rack makes long distance touring or just getting around town on a bike just a little easier. Its strong but light weight tubes won't ad much weight to ride. Not compatible with disc brakes.
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Activity:Bike commuting & touring
Fits wheel size:26"/700c
Rack mount position:Rear mount
Rack mount type:Frame mount
Weight:535 grams
Weight capacity (lbs):40 pounds

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Blackburn EX-1 Bike Rack Review:


A time-tested design

I've installed a small numnber of these racks (3, to be exact) on bicycles that I have owned over the past 35 years. There has never been a failure, in spite of sometimnes overloading the panniers or racks. They have always been very stable, and the design allows for a lot of flexibility on loading and on tying down the cargo (I frequently use old tubes, with the valves cut off, as "cords"- much better than bungie cords). The rack has usually lasted long enough to be installed on another bicycle.
sfojws at REI on 04/04/2013