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I had the pleasure of test driving the Malone MegaSport 2 trailer recently and was pleased by the experience, most notably its performance both on and off road.
You just got your new kayak and are stoked to hit the water – but wait, how do you take it there? Depending on your needs and budget, there are an overwhelming amount of options out there for you to transport your kayak.
For its second year, ACK hosted KATS (Kayak Angler Tournament Series) in the Austin, Texas area. Competitors from all over Central Texas and beyond gathered at 6 events beginning in January and finishing up Saturday, September 7th at Inks Lake State Park for the Classic Championship.
The folks at Malone Autoracks are at it again, launching their new AirFlow Crossrail System that fits right on to your vehicle’s factory rack. This unique rack incorporates aerodynamically shaped bars to help reduce the amount of wind noise a typical rack with round or square bars makes while driving down the road.
Transporting a kayak can be a little tricky. Trust us.
This blog is a continuation of a series designed to help our customers identify which rack system best fits their needs. In this article, we offer some advice to those who own a vehicle with a factory rack.
Every situation is different when it comes to vehicle racks. While a base or factory rack system gets you started, you can truly begin to customize your vehicle to your lifestyle when you incorporate rack accessories.
One of the first steps to getting on the water with your new boat is to have a vehicle rack that can transport it. While some SUVs come with factory rails and/or racks, many don’t and as far as cars go, you’ll more than likely have nothing at all.