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Ibera

Ibera Bike Rack - Bicycle Touring Carrier Plus+ for Non-Disc Brake Mount, Frame-Mounted for Heavier Top & Side Loads, Height Adjustable for 26"-29" Frames

4.4
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Description

  • Frame-mounted for heavier top and side loads
  • Quick-release bag mounting system
  • Adjustable to fit most 2629 inch bicycle frames can carry upto 25 kg (55 lb)
  • Durable, lightweight aluminum 760g
  • Allow to use IBERA Trunk bags (IB-BA11, IB-BA14, IB-BA15, IB-BA22) and most universal strap-attached panniers

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Customer Reviews

NOT particularly suitable for non-Ibera panniers.NOT particularly suitable for non-Ibera panniers.The lower horizontal bar sticks out from the main body (by virtue of being welded to the side). In turn, don't expect to hang a pannier from the top portion of the rack (if your bags have regular hooks). The bags will not be able to hang straight (due to the lower bar pushing them outward). Bags must be hung from the lower bar. This may be by design; however, there is more.The location of the lower attachment point is not centered; it is very far forward. In turn, if your bags have the 2 hooks up top, one claw centered at the bottom, then expect the bag to be pulled off-center, causing the bag to lift off the bar.Lastly, the point of contact at the bottom (where the claw should hook) is a very small cut-out on a flat metal plate (see product images). It's a serious pain to hook the thing. My guess is Ibera bags are mounted very differently than others. I love the rack in every other way except for mounting bags. 3No holes to put in the carrier?No problem. I used stainless rubberized "P" clamp and it is working well for me. 5Where there is a will, there is a wayI really liked the versatility of these products from Ibera I just had to have them. First off I have an older bike that really did not, in any way except this particular bike rack, so using my abilities I fabricated a bracket out of a piece of cast aluminum "U" channel and fastened it to the bracket above the rear brake where I could attach the arms of the bike rack. (see pics) Yeah! you can laugh at the "Comfort Bike", I converted my sons old Mountain bike into something I could ride. I am over 60 years of age and still enjoy a nice ride on the rail trails in Eastern PA. I also bought the quick release commuter bag which is a nice treat having built-in panniers, and the fact that you can clip it on and off is nice. You can hook up the strap and take it with you when you take a break from your ride to use restrooms or grab a bite to eat.And I'm sure if I need more room to store I could purchase the clip on panniers to attach with commuter bag.Nice product, it looks good and I am pleased. 5WOW! This rack completely exceeded my expectationsThis rack is exactly what I was looking for. Aesthetically, I like the fact that all of the parts are black. Ibera, and others, make similar racks that are mostly black, but then the parts that attach under the seat are silver. I prefer all black, and that's why I purchased this rack instead of the other Ibera racks. Additionally, it's very sturdy, comes with all the necessary hardware, and was relatively easy to assemble and install on the bike so that it's 100% level. (Some racks never quite look level and that bothers me.)Another reason I purchased this rack is that I already have a nice Ibera PakRak on another one of my bikes (that bike has the seat post attachment to hold the PakRak) and now I can use one bag on 2 different bikes.Finally, my situation is a little different, because I have a Yamaha Ebike that has a proprietary rack mounting system down by where the seat stays and chain stays come together. I was able to use the provided hardware for everything but that one section. I needed to use (2) 6 mm x 1.0 mm x 20 mm bolts and (2) 6 mm x 1.0 mm lock nuts for. But anyone with a regular setup won't need anything extra.And to put it in perspective...Yamaha wants $210 for their rack/fender/rear light combo. That's patently absurd. This rack, for a fraction of the cost, is better (at least for me, because I already have the Ibera RakPak), and it's a LOT cheaper. I could not be happier with this purchase.I included the fourth photo to show that I can still use my Topeak DynaPack bag, which is smaller than the Ibera PakRak, if I don't need all the space (and weight) of the PakRak. This gives me lots of options and I like options. 5Wanted to love... returned.It's very nice looking with a sturdy feel so I was really hoping that it would work out. I thought the design would be ideal for a pannier. I did the research and read reviews first, to make sure that it would work for my road/commuter bike (Giant OCR-3W). Unfortunately, the attachment arms at the top did not fit correctly to my bike. I could attach them, but when I did, it pushed down on my rear brake more on one side than the other, and it made the brake sit lopsided, and my tire would not turn freely. I tried to adjust every moving piece every way possible to secure the arms without affecting the brake. It was impossible so I returned the rack.Some things to note:Unless you're a bike guru, even if you're mechanically inclined, this will take you about 30 minutes to put together and mount. If you're not... Godspeed.Instructions are a bit confusing and diagrams are cluttered. Even though this rack states it's for non-disk bike mounts, it includes two extra pieces for those with disk brakes and that diagram shows you where to install them. If you have a rear brake with pads, you do not need these two pieces.Also, you must use three different size hex drivers for the screws so make sure you have a set that contains T20 through T30. If you don't use the old-school iron hex drivers, you will have a helluva time screwing and unscrewing. The newer six-pointed star ones are junk with these screws. The tops of the screws are shallow and it feels like the screw is stripped and won't budge with the star driver. 3Rack broke after less than two months of use.After two months of using the rack 3-4 times a week, never with more than 25-30lbs, the part that attaches to the rear wheel snapped off at the location where it contains a threaded hole to hold a screw that secures the rack to the rear wheel. It definitely looks like a weak point and makes sense that it broke there when you look at it. I'm not sure what to do about getting a replacement at this point, because the Ibera website says to contact the place of purchase.I found another review (by searching for "Warranty" under this amazon listing's customer reviews) where another person had the exact same thing happen to them. That same post has several comments from other people who also had the rack break in the same place.Very disappointed in this.UPDATE 1: A day after I posted the above review, I contacted Ibera and they sent me 2 replacements for the rod that broke. This was good of them given that I bought the rack from Amazon and the warranty situation was unclear. Got them and fixed the rack.UPDATE 2: A few days after replacing the broken rod on one side the the bike, the rod on the other side snapped in the exact same place. Wasn't carrying any load on the rack at the time. Just went over a small crack in the pavement. Luckily they had sent me two rods when the first one broke, so I had one spare rod left. Installed that. Have been using the rack for a couple of weeks since then and so far so good. Still pretty disappointed overall. 1Minor flaws, but still an excellent value, with or without PakRakUPDATE:I received the lights I ordered, the Blitzu Gator 390 set which includes the rear light as well. It was an amazing value, and the lights work well. But more importantly, the rear light fits on the back of this rack. I mistakenly thought the rear light in that set would use a standard clip rather than a quick-release mount, but it uses the same mount as the front light. However, as it turns out, wrapping the rubber band around the rear tab fits like a glove. It's not as nice as a properly bolted bracket of some kind, because I'm afraid the rubber may wear out eventually, but for now, it fits perfectly. So if you need lights for your bike and want to run this rack, I highly recommend the Blitzu Gator 390. See the attached pictures for the fit.ORIGINAL:What an absolute steal for a quality rack. While there are some cheaper, more generic alternatives, they all seem to have less support for heavier loads, and of course with this, you get the PakRak system if that's something you're interested in. This rack, along with the PakRak trunk bag I bought, does have some flaws. I gave the trunk bag 4/5 because of some of those flaws. However, I don't think I will dock a point for the rack, because quite frankly, it's hard to find a generic touring-quality rear rack of comparable quality at a lower price. So even if you never use the PakRak system, this is a good value. Getting PakRak is just icing on the cake, and the bags are where you incur most of the additional expense.One thing I was worried about was size. I have a 2017 Giant Escape 1, frame size small, and I had read and heard on multiple occasions that the arms on rear racks need to reach further for smaller frames because the seat stay eyelets are relatively lower. On my bike, the length of the arms is perfect. They're pretty much fully extended, but with enough extra to know there's no risk of them slipping out. The bag is also not pressed up against or under the saddle as I had feared, nor is the rack leaning forward or backward. In summary, I had no sizing issues whatsoever on my small frame. That's not to say other bikes won't have sizing issues, but if your bike geometry is similar to the Giant Escape 1, a pretty typical city bike, then you shouldn't have a problem.I wish this rack had a solid section similar to the Topeak MTX system, because my bike does not have built-in mud guards. The Topeak racks effectively work like a rear mud guard, which is a nice added bonus, but the Ibera PakRak racks do not. Instead, the bottom of the bag is a hard shell, so while the bag will keep your back clean and dry, it will also carry dirt indoors. It's not the end of the world, and the PakRak system is a much better value at current prices, but it's something to keep in mind.One thing I find a bit awkward is the rear tab where one would mount a reflector or light. It seems like there are some reflectors which would mount without additional hardware, and Ibera does sell some lights which fit natively onto the rack. But the choices are limited, and I wanted a specific style of rear light which uses a quick-release mount as opposed to a standard clip. I also wanted the rear light to be USB rechargeable. Ibera sells no such lights, so it seems I may need to fashion something myself out of parts from the hardware store. I'm not sure why rack marketers sell this as a big feature, because there doesn't seem to be any standard across the various racks I was considering. Honestly, the most standard thing they could have done was add a small section of post in the back so that lights meant to mount on a seat post (which appears to be the majority) could fit without a hitch. Unfortunately, there don't seem to be any racks with such a post included.Overall, this rack is a fantastic value for the money, and its minor flaws have more to do with the design of the PakRak system and the rear tab than the build quality. This is easily one of the best rear racks currently on the market, with a good load capacity, and space for simultaneously mounting side panniers and a top trunk bag. 5Beatiful Rack (lol)Time of Use (2 months approx)Heaviest Load (50-70 pounds for a 5 mile trip over poor road conditions) (220 pounds for about 30 seconds)Would I Again if something on it were to break or get lost (Yes)I'll keep it short since there's not too much to say about some bent wire and screws with a couple tac welds (I mean that's all these really are)It works. If it doesn't work, it's easy to adjust and tweak until it works. By far my favorite pannier that I've bought since ever, and on one side I had a screw that just wasn't long enough so it backed itself out and lost itself, but now I just stuck some utility wire through the hole and the rack hasn't budged since. I've loaded this rack down with a bundle of wood paracorded together that was way too heavy for a bicycle, let alone this rack (and the bit of wire holding the one side up lol) but this thing held no problem. I trust the material and joints this thing is made of way more than I trust the tiny screws that hold the bottom onto the bike (not included sadly, you have to provide your own) but with modification and enough janky fixes, this is an unfaultable product.If you haven't put it in your cart, put it in your cart.If you haven't paid yet, just pay it because it'll pay you back so much more! 4Had concerns, but for the price I gave it a shot.So far, so good. Although I was hesitant because of some other negative reviews, with supporting photographic evidence.I've taken this rack on several longer rides, upwards of 30 miles at least three times since I got it. I do periodically check to make sure all the connections are tight, and I've had to give a few of them a quarter turn once in a while, so keep an eye on that.But other than that, it seems solid, it looks good, fits correctly (I have a 700c Giant/Liv Alight 2). If, in the future, there is ever weld failure or something like that I'll see about taking a picture and posting it here. But so far, I'm very happy with it and my concerns about build quality are unfounded. I have not tested it under great weight, thus far I've only really used it to carry a few essentials like the U-Lock and backpack with change of clothes and maybe a little food at the same time. I don't need it to haul dynamite or lead ingot...... so far I'm very happy. 5Solid Rack!I just installed the rack and it is very stable and well made. One thing to note is I flipped the connectors at the top around so they were wider apart and not rubbing tougher. It appears to be just as stable the opposite way. If your rear attachment points on your frame are far apart you will not have this issue. I bet I could stand on the rack without it breaking (but not going to try!).I will be using this rack heavily so we will see if it holds up the test of time. Hopefully the panniers made by Ibera PakRak are just as good.I almost went for the Topeak rack instead but did not because their panniers did not look as good. I think the Topeak rack is probably just a good but some minor things to note: 1. The Topeak rack can not be adjusted up or down like this one. 2. The top attachment on the Topeak looks flimsy compared to this one. Given it is a little harder to install the top connector to the frame on the Ibera but on the trail I think it will hold up better. 3. This rack curves up at the back which might be good for some use but I have a tent that is longer then the rack and wish it was just flat like the Topeak.Overall 5 stars for now, will update it after 180 mile trip with it this weekend.***Update***After 185+ miles with this rack it is still solid and very well worth it. The Ibera Clip-on Panniers work well with it but it says to not take these off road. I was on gravel with mud, pot holes, and some curb jumps...overall they worked but was afraid the clips would break off. The frame is extremely sturdy and can hold just about as much weight as you can manage to put on it. 5
Ibera Bike Rack - Bicycle Touring Carrier Plus+ for Non-Disc Brake Mount, Frame-Mounted for Heavier Top & Side Loads, Height Adjustable for 26

Ibera Bike Rack - Bicycle Touring Carrier Plus+ for Non-Disc Brake Mount, Frame-Mounted for Heavier Top & Side Loads, Height Adjustable for 26"-29" Frames

4.4
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Regular price
NZ$ 235.00
Sale price
NZ$ 235.00
Regular price
NZ$ 388.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (NZ$ 153.00)