Mar 31, 2001 1:17 PM
|Can anyone recommend a good place to order Yakima roof racks and accessories on line? They are so darned expensive at the local sporting goods and bike shops that I can't stand it. I have an early 90's Yakima rack model that came with my 92' Camry, but I broke one of the front fork skewers and also want to get a new rear tire tray with ratcheting tightener.
|re: Yakima racks?||Shelley|
Apr 5, 2001 7:32 AM
|Agee Bikes (ageebike.com) has a system that on major stuff, such as towers, bike mounts and such you get a 20% credit towards small stuff such as locks, wheel mounts. Plus they offer free shipping. I recently bought some Yakima stuff for kayaking and looked everywhere. This was by far the best deal I could find. Last fall rei.com had 20% off Yakima, but you still had to pay shipping, and in my state sales tax.|
|Yakima @ Excel Sports||CWu|
Apr 5, 2001 12:30 PM
I have had great dealings with Ira over there and price is great. They include shipping in the cost that is lower than others. Remember others charge $40 to ship. No sales tax outside CO.
Get a quote from them.
|re: Yakima racks?||pilotpat|
Apr 8, 2001 8:25 PM
|Ageebike.com is definitely the best place I've found. Ordered an entire system for my new car and saved a bundle. Stuff showed up as advertised - free shipping, no sales tax, and like Shelley said, 20% of all the major components credits towards accessories (I think the cut is the $40 mark, or something like that). So my towers, bars, and bike racks mostly paid for my SKS cores and a set of gunwale brackets.
Definitely the best I could find.
|re: Yakima racks?||Carl Rogers|
Apr 17, 2001 11:09 AM
This is a little store out of the gorge on the columbia river. A friend of mine ordered a complete system for hi sAudi and saved quite a bit. They seem to offer all sorts of racks and different componetry. Also they have a really good system for figuring out what you need based on car model and year.