Pro Moto Billet Cargo Racks are strong and functional while looking great as well. Each cargo rack is methodically engineered, then CNC machined on-site from a 1/2 inch thick plate of USA made 6061 aluminum by master machinists.
This beautiful polished rear carry rack from B&B Eng. is made from aluminum tubing and 4mm 5083 plate. 5083 is used because of its suitability for welding and high level of abrasion and impact resistance. Kit includes all the necessary stainless clamps and bolts. With the roundness and strength of the tubing supports, it makes a great grab handle when you need to lift the rear of the motorcycle.
A 4mm brushed aluminum rear rack with an anodized black finish. Comes complete with stainless and anodized fitting kit and the Adventure Spec 'fits first time' guarantee. Compatible with the new 2017+ Models and the CRF250L Rally! This rack also fits the CRF250M and is a perfect addition to the commuting bike.
The Nomadic Rack is a favorite for dual-sport riders with ruggedness and ease of installation. This rack does not need to be removed for under-seat maintenance. The mounting area is large 11" x 10" and the rack weighs just under 3 lbs. It constructed of 16 ga. steel and fully welded, then powder-coated black with a shot-peened look. Has a rigid four point mounting system and doubles as a grab handle. Complete instructions and stainless steel hardware are included.
Precision Motorcycle Enduro Series rear racks are great for adding the extra storage needed for your next adventure. They are the perfect size for a backpack or small duffel bag. these steel racks are built to handle any riding style you throw at them, now Rotopax ready.
Select racks have include a steel bracket to create 2 forward mounting points, this design is stronger and more well balanced than the typical "plate on the rear fender" design offered by other companies.
This kit fits all Nomadic tubular type racks. (All flat stock racks are already RotoPax compatible)
The second image shows the kit, which includes all the hardware and instructions required. The lower image is just an example of what the eXpander looks like mounted to one of their racks.