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Aeroe’s Spider Pannier Rack Fits Any Bike and Any Brand of Bag

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New Zealand’s own Aeroe, the manufacturer of the award-winning and user-friendly Spider bike rack/carrier system, has released a new way to carry your pannier. The new Spider Pannier Rack is designed specifically to help make your everyday commuting easier while adding more bag-carrying security.

The new Spider Pannier Rack and Spider Pannier Reciever have all of the functionality of their Spider Rear Rack, with the added ability to accept any brand of pannier bag making it an easy sell to someone who may already have a favorite pannier brand.

Aero Spider Pannier Rack down the stairs

Co-founder, Mike Maguire says, “Why wait until the weekend to have some fun! Commuting is a big part of our customer’s lives so we want to help them take the fun and adventurous route to work while taking the gear they need in a simple and super stable way.

By having a base rack and lower pannier catch anti-sway fingers, we’ve made the rear rack super secure no matter what terrain you feel like riding. This is a game changer for the level of enjoyment on the ride”.

To help meet the needs of a specific ride, the Spider Pannier rack base provides a base layer that can also host, or be mixed and matched with all of Aeroe’s other rack accessories, like the cradles and pods. It uses the same quick-release, so the rider can easily add or remove the rack in seconds, or even swap it between bikes.

Aeroe’s Design Lead, Phil Gallagher explains, “It was important to us to create a solution that worked just as well for small frames and dropper posts as it did for larger frames and fixed posts. In the bike accessory world, they’re often forgotten which can make for a frustrating commute or mountain bike ride for those riders“.

Aero Spider Pannier Rack from the rear

Alongside the launch of the Pannier Rack, comes the launch of the Spider Pannier Reciever. This product is the top platform piece that allows the standard Spider Rear Rack to become a pannier rack. The Spider Pannier Reciever will keep your panniers secure with an in-built top rail and lower catch.

Spider Pannier Rack Retail & Features

Retail: $169

  • Make any eMTB or MTB bike commute or adventure-ready, no need for inbuilt mounts or axle mounting.
  • Compatible with any brand of pannier you want to carry
  • Positions to work with small, full suspension frames and dropper posts
  • Made for everyday commuting as well as tough mountain biking
  • Swap out accessories and cradles to suit the adventure ahead
  • Your gear and rack are secure and stable, no matter the ride.
  • Compatible with any brand of pannier you want to carry.
  • Your MTB or eMTB still looks and functions as beautifully as it should

Spider Pannier Reciever Retail & Features

Retail: $90

  • Make any eMTB or MTB bike commute or adventure-ready, just attach to your existing Spider Rear Rack
  • Compatible with any brand of pannier you want to carry
  • Pannier Receiver and pannier positions can be adjusted to work with small, full suspension frames and dropper posts
  • Made for everyday commuting as well as tough mountain biking
  • Swap out the Pannier Receiver for cradles in seconds, to suit the ride ahead
  • Your gear and rack are secure and stable, no matter the ride
  • Your MTB or eMTB still looks and functions as beautifully as it should

Aeroe.com

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Chris
Chris
6 months ago

Great idea and good price point. Can you safely use this with high end carbon frames or do you risk cracking the carbon when attaching the rack to the rear triangle? I can’t find anything in their literature about it.

aeroe
6 months ago
Reply to  Chris

Hey aeroe here, thanks! yes all good on carbon frames, just recommend staying within specified weight limits and a layer of tape on touch points of Bike. Have many use this way, and all covered in our install/product manual on our website. Cheers aeroe.

syborg
syborg
6 months ago
Reply to  Chris

Check with your bike manufacturer if you’re worried about invalidating your warranty.

Martijn
Martijn
3 months ago

Can this also be used on gravel bikes?

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