Roof tray option for mounting ElliptiGO on vehicle. The BT-EGO supports on ElliptiGO and will fit Thule and Yakima load bars and will also work with aero bars that have a top slot groove in them. Per the manufacturer, the BT-EGO roof tray will not be compatible with OEM oval load bars found on most American and cars like Honda, Hyundai, Subaru, Toyota, Kia and is not recommend for use with this type of cross bars.
The roof tray will hold one ElliptiGO and is not recommended for use with a traditional size bicycle. The tray comes with all mounting hardware, instructions, front skewer, and Velcro strap for the rear wheel.
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Atoc BT63 Roof Rack
My Atoc Clint G.
I am one of the first owners of the Atoc BT-EGO roof rack for the ElliptiGO. I bought the rack because I wanted to take my ElliptiGO with me when I went on an extended road trip from Westhampton Beach, NY to Miami Beach, FL and back. If you use your Atoc BT-EGO on top of something as tall as a van, be sure to use a step stool to help get the ElliptiGO up and down. I would recommend when putting the ElliptiGO up, that a 2nd person help to push it up so that the front forks can reach the rack. I would also recommend buying the lock system along with a long bike lock cord, attached to the rack or to another bike on the roof. While it probably lowers my gas mileage, I hardly notice it as I truck on down the highways and interstates. The only down side I have noticed is some rusting. It's great using my ElliptiGO versus the inside elliptical of the hotel fitness centers.