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In this episode of Adventure Vehicles 101, Bryan Rogala talks to longtime Outside bike testers Aaron Gulley and Jen Judge about the best way to bring bikes with you on the road. They’ve used just about every type of rack imaginable and have settled on the RockyMounts BackStage Swing Away Platform Hitch Rack ($650) for its ease of use and versatility. You can also check out Gulley and Judge’s full tour of their Airstream here and the rig they use to haul their Airstream and bikes here.