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Old Man Mountain Launches the Divide, a Bike Rack for Any Bike

The latest from Old Man Mountain is the Divide rack, which is designed to fit on just about any bike in your quiver. It comes in standard, fat bike, and a made in the USA model. The Divide attaches to QR, thru-axle, or eyelets, on the front or rear of any bike. Check out this video for the gist and see more at Old Man Mountain!

Specs:
-The Divide fits up to 3 inch tires, with room for fenders.
-Front or rear mountable.
-Made from 6061 aluminum the racks are lightweight, stiff, and strong.
-The main rack frame is made of 1/2″ (13 mm) diameter tubing for durability, and the pannier rails are 3/8″ (10 mm) diameter to fit all panniers.
-The low pannier rail makes it a breeze to load and unload panniers with gear lashed to the deck.
-The deck measures 3.9″ x 10.5″ (100 mm x 266 mm)
-The deck includes slots for easily lashing gear in place and holes for mounting a light.
-The dropouts are height adjustable to keep the weight loaded low on the bike and fit a wide range of tire sizes.
-The Divide come standard, eyelet mount ready with optional fit kits available for thru axle or QR mounting.
-The Divide has a load capacity of 55lbs when eyelet mounted. For more adventurous endeavors we offer thru axle or -QR Fit Kits, that mount the rack to the axle and increase the load capacity to a whopping 70lbs!
-Powder coated a sleek and refined shade of black
-Stainless Steel mounting hardware
-Lifetime warranty!

Robert Axle Project Owners Acquires Old Man Mountain Racks

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Robert Axle Project Owners Acquires Old Man Mountain Racks

The owners of Robert Axle Project have purchased made in the USA rack manufacturer, Old Man Mountain racks, yet the two companies will continue to operate separately from each other. The goal of this acquisition is to provide the highest quality products for cyclists who enjoy riding and touring on their bicycles. Old Man Mountain and Robert Axle Project have worked hand in hand before, by offering racks for full-suspension mountain bikes, relying on custom axles and rack support brackets under their Sherpa line. Read the full press-release below.