AIRY is the titan among all carriers. A lighter model would not be possible.
This carrier holds the world record for its carrying capacity to weight ratio. It can carry more than 100 times its own weight. AIRY was the first carrier in the world made out of the very hard to process material titanium. Titanium is not only very light and high-tensile, it is also extremely resistant to atmospheric attacks. The AIRY is nearly indestructible.
- The Airy comes with two roundstays for seatstay mounting, but it can also be mounted with one of these, as a centrally roundstay.
- The Airy is only compatible with the Ortlieb-Pannier-Model "Backroller" from model year 2007 on. The "Frontroller" fits also.
- Don´t fix bagholders on your Airy/Carry, which have to be clamped onto the rack (like an Ortlieb bag-adapter for example) as you may risk dents.
- Material: Titanium
- Wheel size: suits 26",27",27.5" & 700c
- Weight: 233 g
- Mounting parts: 20 g
- Additional load: 30 Kg
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Bike Pannier Rack - Fitting Information
Most modern general style bikes come standard with two pairs of rack mounting holes on the frame. One pair is on the frame just above the rear axle - the legs of the rack screw in there. The other pair are on the frame about 80-120mm below the seat - you attach the arms of the rack to these points.
Some bikes however lack a set or both sets of mounting points. It is still easy to fit a rack - see below.
In rare situations, especially if you have a very long frame, the supplied "arms" of the pannier rack are not long enough. This is easy to fix as well: see below.
Q. I do not have any mounting holes on my bike for the rack arms, what can I do?
A. a) You can try attaching the rack arms to either side of the seat post clamp.
b) Otherwise you will need to buy a pair of Pannier Rack P Clips. The diameter of the clip need s to match the frame diameter where you wish to fit the arms to. The bottom part of the P clip is coated in plastic to prevent scratching, the top part of the P clip has a hole in each side - through which you pass a bolt and to which you then attach the rack arms! As you tighten up the bolt the P Clip squeezes shut and will not slide on the bike frame - thus becoming the anchor point for the rack arms.
Thus the clip which looks more like a U when you start ends up looking like a P!!
Q. I do not have any rack mounting holes, what can I do?
A. You can still fit a rack to a bike with no rack mount points - simply follow answer b) above for both the rack arms and legs - buy attaching the P Clips for the rack legs to each side of the frame, just above the axle.
Q. The arms of the pannier rack are too short, what can I do?
A. If your bike frame is very large, or the rear stays are longer than normal, then the standard arms supplied with most pannier racks may not be long enough. To fix this you need to use a Pannier Rack Arm Extender. This simply bolts onto the existing arm to provide an extension.