Hot!Vehicle for carying a Bacchetta inside - without removing wheels

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2019/05/31 10:19:30 (permalink)

Vehicle for carying a Bacchetta inside - without removing wheels

Other than a small trade van like a Dodge ProMaster City or a regular van like a Honda Odyssey, what cars are large enough to carry a stick bike without removing the wheels?
 
I do have a hitch rack which does work, but inside out of sight, out of the weather, is better
 
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    bentcyclist
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    Re: Vehicle for carying a Bacchetta inside - without removing wheels 2019/06/01 17:34:45 (permalink)
    GMC Acadia with rear seats folded down. Right sized for my Aero and no wheel removal. Stow and go.
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    Re: Vehicle for carying a Bacchetta inside - without removing wheels 2019/06/02 18:32:11 (permalink)
    I’ve had a Subaru Forester and a Ford Escape. But I do have to remove the front wheel only.

    Larry

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    Re: Vehicle for carying a Bacchetta inside - without removing wheels 2019/06/03 04:54:10 (permalink)
    Fits in my Honda CRV and my Hyundai Tucson with the back seat folded down and the front passenger seat moved forward a bit.  I do have to remove the front wheel.

    Gary G. Berg
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    Re: Vehicle for carying a Bacchetta inside - without removing wheels 2019/06/04 20:40:48 (permalink)
    I had a number of cars, Gary, that had a rack on top.  Thule was the rack mfr.  But it got so that I finally bit the bullet and got a Ford Transit Connect.  I now put two of my Bacchettas in the van, lots of gear, wheels, and an inflatable mattress in the van.  It's not a four wheel drive vehicle and I have to watch that I'm not in desert sand ... but I've never been more pleased with a vehicle.  
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