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Porsche Carrera GTS – The SeaSucker Mini Bomber Our customer Chris recently purchased his Porsche Carrera GTS. As a result, he was looking for a Porsche Carrera GTS Bike Rack. Hence he contacted us to identify a suitable SeaSucker Bike Rack. With 6 years experience installing SeaSucker Bike Racks we provided our advice. The challenge
Porsche Macan Bike Rack – The SeaSucker Mini Bomber Adam was in the market for a Porsche Macan Bike Rack to combine his passion for the cycling and the great outdoors. Furthermore, his Porsche Macan has a Panoramic Roof. He contacted us looking for a solution to carry 2 road bikes. After a brief discussion,
Porsche Boxster Bike Rack – The SeaSucker Mini Bomber Lee is the president of a local cycling club in Melbourne. He was looking for a Porsche Boxster Bike Rack after purchasing his new car. Consequently, Lee contacted us looking for advice. We knew the Porsche Boxster would present unique challenges. We arranged with Le to
Porsche Cayenne Bike Rack – The SeaSucker Mini Bomber James is a competitive Triathlete having competed in the sport for 27 years. He contacted us looking for a Porsche Cayenne Bike Rack. With the ability to transport two bikes we recommended the SeaSucker Mini Bomber 2-bike rack. Pictured in the photo is one very rare
Porsche 911 GTS Bike Rack – The SeaSucker Mini Bomber Phillip purchased a SeaSucker Mini Bomber and Flight Decks for his Porsche 911 GTS Bike Rack several months ago. Having recently purchased a Carbon Frame Gravel Bike with a Boost Front Hub he contacted us looking for advice. We recommend purchasing a 15 mm Through Axle
Porsche Cayman S 981 Bike Rack – The SeaSucker Talon The SeaSucker Talon makes an ideal Porsche Cayman S 981 Bike Rack. As mentioned in our previous post making a simple change like rotating the fork mount 180 degrees can reduce the bike rack footprint. This change reduces the footprint of the SeaSucker Talon by approx.
Porsche Cayman S 981 Bike Rack – The SeaSucker Talon Peter is a recreational rider with various cycling groups in Adelaide. He rides approx. 600 km per month and needs to transport his bike to various events. He also competes in Mountain Bike Orienteering and recently rode the whole Mawson Trail (MTB) 900km from Adelaide to
Porsche GT3 Bike Rack – The SeaSucker Mini Bomber David is a keen road and mountain bike rider who was looking for a Porsche GT3 Bike Rack that could accommodate both quick release and through-axle front wheels. He also wanted to use the same bike rack on his wife’s Porsche Cayenne. After discussing several options we recommended the
Porsche 911 with Full Glass Roof Bike Rack – The SeaSucker Mini Bomber James and his 2014 Porsche 911 with a Full Glass Roof Update After considering his options regarding the best location James decided to mount his SeaSucker Mini Bomber on the glass roof of his Porsche 911. He sent us a few updated photos along
Porsche 911 with Full Glass Roof Bike Rack – The SeaSucker Mini Bomber James and his 2014 Porsche 911 with a Full Glass Roof James is based in the UK and purchased his SeaSucker Mini Bomber locally to be used as a Porsche 911 Bike Rack. His main concern was the full glass roof on his
Porsche Carrera Bike Rack – The SeaSucker Talon Sony and his 1995 Porsche Carrera Sony is a keen recreational and competitive cyclist and a Porsche enthusiast. His 1995 Porsche Carrera is often used to transport his bikes. He started out with a custom bolt on Porsche Carrera Bike Rack however this proved to be ineffective and damaging.
Porsche Cayman S Bike Rack – The SeaSucker Mini Bomber Chris’s Porsche Cayman S Chris is an avid cycling enthusiast who was in the market for a bike rack he could use on his daily driver, the almighty Porsche Cayman S as well as the family BMW. Having searched far and wide for a solution he
Porsche 911 Bike Rack – The SeaSucker Talon & Flight Deck Malcolm’s Porsche 911 Malcolm is a keen cycling enthusiast who also races competitively and wanted to transport his bike using his Porsche 911. Unfortunately, there are very few bike rack options for most European sports cars. Furthermore Malcolm did not want a permanent bolt-on solution. His Porsche 911