Hauling a road bike in an evoque 4 door

Hauling a road bike in an evoque 4 door

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    Hauling a road bike in an evoque 4 door

    So I've just about decided to trade my vantage in on an evoque pure plus 4 dr.

    I do lots of road cycling, will a road bike fit INSIDE the evoque in the back with back seats down? Do I have to remove the wheel? I just don't want to use a hitch and no way a roof mount. Presently haul my bike on the abarth but if I get this I'll probably sell the abarth.

    Hope someone with experience can answer this.
    Chris

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    With both back seats folded down you could probably fit a road bike if you removed the front wheel. With the seats up it's pretty tiny back there. 24 cubic feet I think. I can barely fit a baby stroller and a couple bags.

    I have a 2" hitch on my Evoque so I'd probably buy a hitch mounted carrier for my bike.

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    thanks for the info! I might end up with a bike rack on the hitch but it so spoils the lines of the evoque. Might just keep the abarth as my bike hauler.

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    With both back seats folded down you could probably fit a road bike if you removed the front wheel. With the seats up it's pretty tiny back there. 24 cubic feet I think. I can barely fit a baby stroller and a couple bags.

    I have a 2" hitch on my Evoque so I'd probably buy a hitch mounted carrier for my bike.

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    Keep an eye out for the Execuhitch. Great option as it's completely hidden but I hear they need to rework the design to better fit the evoque. LR dealers I spoke with never heard of it and were hesitant to install it but would be my choice if it becomes available.

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Size:  379.0 KBThis is my Evoque with a modified Curt hitch. It sits right in-line with the exhaust tips and I think it looks great. As far as I know I have the only one like this.
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    Curt is what I put on my abarth. I'm just wanting to avoid a bike rack, because it'd be on my car all the time as I ride 3-4 times a week so not practical to take it off and put back on everytime.

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    What wheels you have, they look like custom ones?
    2015 Evoque Pure Premium Aintree Green Almond/Espresso Climate Comfort Sirius -Ready for New England's four seasons.

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    They're called Ace Alloy Convex (Hyper Silver) and yes they were custom drilled and machined for offset.

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    I have the factory rails on my roof and Kuat Trio roof trays & I also have the curt hitch with a Saris rack on the back.








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    Doesn't kill the lines of the evoque that bad really man...at least not in my opinion:




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