SeaSucker Mini Bomber Fork Mount 2-Bike Rack w/2 Rear Wheel Straps

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The Mini Bomber is Sea Sucker's 2-bike carrier and is just behind the Talon in popularity. Itís a fork-mount-style rack, with four of our powerful (210lb pull-strength rated each) vacuum cups holding it onto your carís roof, trunk or back glass. Two Rear Wheel Straps for holding the back tires in place are included. Incredibly easy to install, and removes in just seconds without marking your car.
Fits on virtually any car. Comes with a 1-year warranty on materials and workmanship. Some assembly required.  

  • Holds 2 bicycles (up to 45 lbs each).
  • Made for roof top, trunk or hatchback attachment.
  • Attaches to metal, glass or fiberglass surfaces.
  • 3/4Ē thick high-density polyethylene (HDPE) body
  • for strength and durability.
  • Two heavy-duty fork mounts for 9mm dropouts.
  • - Four 6″ SeaSucker vacuum cups on body
  • (210 lb. pull-strength rated each).
  • Approx. 30Ē x 9Ē footprint.
  • Approx. 12 lbs.

Whatís in the box:
  • Mini Bomber 2-bike rack with standard 9mm fork mounts.
  • Two Rear Wheel Straps.
  • 5g Lube Tube for vacuum pump maintenance.
  • Spare SeaSucker vacuum pad and pump.

This product was added to our catalog on June 11, 2015.

Avid Cyclist
Verified Owner
Monday, Aug 31 2015 (about a year ago)
SeaSucker Mini Bomber Fork Mount 2-Bike Rack w/2 Rear Wheel Straps
Works exactly as advertised. I have been using it regularly and have had absolutely no issues. I've carried two road bikes for hours at freeway speed. I've carried two mountain bikes (using optional 15mm through axle fork mounts -BA1347)on twisty bumpy roads. This rack works. If you have a small vehicle that doesn't easily accept more traditional racks, or you want a rack that goes on and off super quickly, SeaSucker is the way to go. One point of note ; 1. no security for it, so it needs to be taken off and locked away inside when you leave the vehicle. I was skeptical at first, but after using it for a while, I have no reservations hauling around very expensive bikes. I keep a small squirt bottle with water in it to wet the suction cups before mounting. I was bummed to see the ladder strap upgrade kit for rear wheel (BA1704) sold separately... it would be nice if the rack came with them, but so far I haven't purchased them, the stock ones work fine even with big aggro MTB tires. You may think putting it on - then taking it off at destination - then putting it back on after the ride - and so on - would be too laborious.... but it's not. Takes about a minute. I've encountered no damage to car from suction cups, only fingerprint on roof is a nice clean spot where rack was mounted. Lol. I would recommend to a friend. I would buy again.