Seasucker’s super expensive, super sharp Komodo rack had but one downside: there was no where to put your front wheel.
So, they turned their milling machines to a bit more metal and created the Hogg, a screw-on axle capturing device that lets your wheels hold hands while you hustle down the highway at 70+ mph.
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The Hogg replaces your rear wheel’s quick release skewer’s threaded nut (when the bike is on the rack, not while riding!). Just thread it on snug and lock it on by closing the skewer like normal. Then just slot the front wheel’s skewer end into the opening and clamp that one shut and youre good to go.
At first, it’ll ship only with their high end single-bike carrier, the Komodo, which retails for $1,395. Why so expensive? Because each one takes about six hours of machining work. Word is Boonen ordered one for his Ferrari.
Eventually, they’ll offer it separately for use with any tray style mount that clamps the fork dropouts and leaves your front wheel with no where to go, including all their own regular suction cup racks, too.