A tough and adjustable rack that can mount front or rear, easy to use and built to last
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The Old Man Mountain Divide Rack is a tough touring and bikepacking rack thats built to last and based on a time tested design. It has much greater tyre clearance than many designs and works great for either panniers, strapping stuff to the top or both.  

It can be mounted front or rear and works with a large number of 'Fit kits' to allow for axle mounting or different configurations. 


The Divide fits up to 3 inch tires, with room for fenders.
Front or rear mountable.
Made from 6061 aluminum the racks are lightweight, stiff, and strong.
The main rack frame is made of 1/2″ (13 mm) diameter tubing for durability, and the pannier rails are 3/8″ (10 mm) diameter to fit all panniers.
The low pannier rail makes it a breeze to load and unload panniers with gear lashed to the deck.
The deck measures 3.9″ x 10.5″ (100 mm x 266 mm)
The deck includes slots for easily lashing gear in place and holes for mounting a light.
The dropouts are height adjustable to keep the weight loaded low on the bike and fit a wide range of tire sizes.
The Divide comes standard, eyelet mount ready with optional fit kits available for thru axle or QR mounting.
The Divide has a load capacity of 25kgs when eyelet mounted.

For more adventurous endeavors we offer thru axle or QR Fit Kits, that mount the rack to the axle and increase the load capacity to a whopping 33kgs!
Powder coated a sleek and refined shade of black
Stainless Steel mounting hardware
Lifetime warranty!

Will my Kid Carrier fit my rack?
We love to hear that you’re taking your kid riding with you. However, due to the wide variety of kid carrier designs and our solid deck design we do not recommend using an on rack kid carrier with Old Man Mountain racks.