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+1, but in many years of hauling bikes quite a few of which were made before lawyer lips were used, and some with them filed off, I have never had a problem with a fork coming loose from the rack.
Wow, thank you everyone for all of the suggestions. I'm going to dig out my road atlas tonight and see if I can plot out all of your comments. Valygrl, can you tell me more about the best riding spots? Are you saying the best riding is on the western side of the Rockies?