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Re: Audi wagons and mountain bikes
Well, I've never done anything like that, but with cars as small as my '86
Honda Civic Si hatchback I used to fold down the rear seats and just lay
the bike in the back on it's side. My '90 Mazda 626 Touring Sedan GT
is a 4-door + hatch instead of having a trunk. I don't even have to take
front wheel off for that. Is there some particular reason you don't want
lay it on it's side?
-Eric Harman (email@example.com)
'91 Audi 200 Quattro sedan, '90 Mazda 626 Touring Sedan GT
'80 Trek 616, '85 Rossin SL, '95 Diamondback Apex
> From: EGressler@aol.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Audi wagons and mountain bikes
> Date: Friday, July 19, 1996 6:05 PM
> I have a question about the Audi wagons. I've been thinking that my
> should be a wagon and I was wondering whether a mountain bike, with its
> wheel removed (and perhaps the seat post dropped down) will fit standing
> in a wagon. (I would fashion some sort of quick release to hold down
> forks) That is something that has me favoring a wagon over a sedan.
> Anyone had any experience with this?
> 86 Coupe