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    CelicaSupra.com Member gamble's Avatar
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    that's a nice little hatch, i'd drive that, maybe even put my bike in it
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    It's got a turbuh!

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    Gamble, you're so easy... But so am I and I'm not afraid to admit it either. Still, I'm a little curious why you'd be hesitant at all about putting your bike in it. Rug burns on your bike perhaps? Does it not like being strapped down even though for us mere humans, it's the law? You and your bike should just get over it, get in, sit down, buckle up, shut up and hold on. Wait! Erase, erase. Shutting up isn't one of the requirements, at least not if it's only you and your bike alone together in the car. (How romantic!!!) Feel free to scream out and yell 'til (both of) your hearts are content. The bike will learn to like it. You can trust me on that, fer sureor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mutantcolors View Post
    It's got a turbuh!
    Hehe, although it may drive like a 1995 Honda Civic hatchback, it must be "safer".
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    He is proof!

    Can you see 2 full size bikes?
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    just be very cautious when moving in / out.

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    Harbor Freight moving blankets are cheap insurance for the bike and the car. If you really want a car that can haul bikes easily and still be sporty, look for a first generation Matrix XRS or Vibe GT. You can stand up a road bike with the front wheel removed and have the rest of the area for cargo. Front seats fold flat for long cargo with plastic on the back. We would freak people out with the lumber runs I would do to Home Depot with that car.

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    Yes you are right about the Matrix / Vibe.
    The Honda Fit can do bikes too.
    But I already have 5 cars home..
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