Blackburn Outpost Rear World Touring Rack
BlackburnOutpost Rear World Touring Rack

Ride off into the sunset.

A multi-day bikepacking tour carrying everything you'll need secured to your frame makes for an admirable quest, to be sure, but having to make frequent stops on the sides of road or and trail to adjust panniers and racks can seriously interrupt your adventure montage. Not to mention, you really can't afford to have your dinner supplies slipping off your frame into a trailside stream. The Blackburn Outpost Rear World Touring Rack will allow you to avoid inconvenient rack malfunctions and preserve your dream of days spent off-the-grid with your bike.

Constructed with durable Easton Scandium and 6061 aluminum, the rack maintains stiffness without weighing your frame down, and it provides you with the option of mounting your panniers low or high. Blackburn included space to attach a light or reflector at the rear and designed the rack with a narrow width to keep weight as close to the center as possible for a stable ride. Once you're packed up, the Outpost can carry up to 55lbs of gear.

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Super Solid

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Seriously this thing is beefy. You could load it down until your bike broke. Kidding, kind of.. Fit my Surly Cross check perfectly

Unanswered Question

Will this rack fit on a 27.5+ fat bike with 17.5cm rear eyelet spacing?

Outpost rear rack

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Bought this to put on my specialized turbo to commute to work with and it has been great! Holds my Timbuk2 panniers very well and doesn't flex much at all. The pewter color matches the color of my bike and makes it look oem. The rack is super light weight compared to most.

Rack it up!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Sturdy and lightweight, the Blackburn pannier rack is easy to install and does the job! Well worth the extra money over other racks the Outpost rack is not only functional but is stylish also. About to use the front and rear Outpost racks along with my Niner RLT on a 6 day trip on the Divide Trail.

Rack it up!