Seasucker Mini Bomber review

Toby Martin tests the Seasucker Mini Bomber to see if the unconventional roof rack works as good as a traditional one

Seasucker mini bomber
Cycling Weekly Verdict

With the bikes out of sight on the roof it can be easy to get a little carried away before remembering that the two wheeled love of your life is at risk out there in the wind, pulling over to check though I was never disappointed, the Seasucker held firm each time, occasionally requiring a little top of air, but far from failing.

Reasons to buy
  • +

    Easy to remove and install

Reasons to avoid
  • -

    Limited security

  • -

    Noisy

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Laziness gets the better of me sometimes; I’ve needed a roof rack for ages - something to get these large wheeled bikes out of the small car I drive - but the options are limited and complicated. Part 476 to connect to fitment B/7 but only on models older than 2013, never gives you confidence that it'll actually fit your model car.

Buy now: Seasucker Mini Bomber from Tredz for £424.99

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