2017 SeaSucker Talon Product Photo

Talon Bike Rack

A closer look at the SeaSucker Talon Bike Rack 

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Introducing the SeaSucker Talon, our most popular single bike rack. Installation takes a few minutes and requires no tools. The non-marking, UV and weather resistant cups won’t harm your vehicle’s paintwork.

Unlike conventional Bike Racks, the SeaSucker Talon Bike Rack does not produce excessive noise.

The SeaSucker Talon Key Benefits

  • Less Fuel Consumption – The SeaSucker Talon is removable and won’t impact your car’s fuel consumption when not being used. They have a low vertical profile further minimising fuel consumption and providing greater clearance when driving under carports and garages.
  • Reusable Solution – The SeaSucker Talon is vehicle agnostic. When changing cars you won’t have to purchase another bike rack. This is highly convenient and very cost-effective; and
  • Interstate Travel-Friendly – The SeaSucker Talon is compact enough to fit inside your carry-on board luggage. This a huge plus when travelling by plane. Just pack the bike rack and take it with you. Upon arrival, mount your bike on the rental car within a few minutes. Make sure you pack the included cleaning kit to clean the rental car. A quick spray with water and wipe down and you’re ready to mount your bike. The water can be used to moisten the Vacuum Cups before attaching them.

Porsche Cayman S 981 Bike Rack - The SeaSucker TalonThe “T” design measures approx 31cm (12″)  wide and 38cm (15″) long. The rack body is made of 1/2″ HDPE. This makes it strong enough to hold your bike yet flexible enough to follow the curve of your roof line.

2015 Jaguar F-Type SeaSucker Talon Front View
Jaguar F-Type Bike Rack

In this section, we will detail the various mounting positions available for owners of sedans and convertible vehicles. The three Vacuum Cup configuration will attach to the roof, trunk, windscreen and rear window. Below are a few examples of the various mounting positions available.

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2 comments

  1. I used to have a similar rack for fishing rods, but that fell off twice and broke two rods, so naturally I was a bit skeptical when it came to using this for bikes, but I heard some good reviews from friends and decided to get one just so I can try it out. So far it’s been much better than I expected and I find myself using it more than my other roof mounted and rear mounted racks.

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