With a surfboard bike rack, you can get to your favorite surf spot the eco-friendly way. Mother Nature (and your wallet) will thank you.
Biking also is great exercise for your legs, which is nice because surfing mainly works your upper body.
When you drive a car, it can be difficult to find a parking spot during peak times, and many spots have parking fees as well. You never have to worry about that when you bike to your surf spot.
Surfboard Bike Rack Features
Bungee cords hold your surfboard securely, so no wind or bumps in your ride will dislodge your board.
Adjustable arms can be set to your preference, to best fit your board and bike.
Can be used with or without a board bag/sock. Padded arms protect your surfboard from dings if your ride gets shaky.
Lightweight and strong aluminum construction won’t rust or corrode.
Anodized color means it won’t chip off like paint.
Will This Rack Fit My Bike?
This surfboard rack works with all types of bikes, and installation is fast and simple. Whether you have a Beach Cruiser, Road Bike, or Mountain Bike, all you need to do is clamp the rack to your seatpost.
(Not recommended for use with lightweight seatposts like titanium or carbon fiber)
Surfboard Rack on Beach Cruiser
Surfboard Rack on Cargo Bike
Surfboard Rack on Road Bike
We recommend this rack for surfboards up to 8’ long. Yes, you can probably get it to work with longer boards, but it becomes less stable and more difficult to maneuver.
How To Install Surfboard Bike Rack
If you are uncomfortable installing your surfboard bike rack, please contact your local bike shop
Insert the lower carrier arms into the upper arms by depressing the spring lock and sliding them in.
Attach mount to bike's seatpost, tightening all 4 bolts with the included allen key.
Insert arms into the mount. Find the desired position, and tighten the bolts.
Secure your surfboard with the bungee straps.
Take your bike for a test ride to make sure all components are secure. The dynamics of your bike will change with the added cargo of a surfboard.
Please take time to adjust, and always ride within your limits.