BikeMaster Stretch Net

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Rating 4.63 of 5 (51 Reviews)

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Bikemaster Stretch Net
  • 13" x 13" multi-hook cargo net
  • Secures bulky loads
  • Metal hooks with rubber tip
  • Item # 4125

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great deal

This stretch net works perfectly for holding a spare helmet on the back of my CBR.

mj - August 09, 2007

(corona, AR)

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Nice net

I like the net. It comes with several hooks to attach it. In my case, on a Honda 599 there are flip-out hooks under my seat so I removed them.

Tom Franz - April 07, 2008

(Demotte, IN)

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Bikemaster - Stretch Net

I've used my stretch net many times and it has come in handy to carry things on the back of my trike. Great product.

Kim Wallace - May 02, 2008

(Plano, TX)

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Great mesh net

Love the net. It comes in handy when you want to carry anything on the bike. Its perfect for an extra helmet or backpack. Great benefit for the price.

Donald Branham - May 16, 2008

(Franklin, OH)

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Bikemaster - Stretch Net

Every bike should have at least one handy!

Morry Dixson - May 29, 2008

(Baldwin, KS)

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Nice Cargo Net

Not bad..plenty of hooks on it to secure a small load

Moose - July 07, 2008

(Stafford, VA)

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Bikemaster - Stretch Net

It has great stretch. I bought two purple nets. If I need to secure a larger load they can hook to each other.

Judy - July 21, 2008

(Bothell, WA)

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Streatch Net

Its essential to every luggage rack

William Brady - July 22, 2008

(Georgteown, TX)

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Essential gear

Great item, Stretches enough to keep a spare helmet put, and there is still room left over.

Jorge - September 02, 2008

(Newark, NJ)

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stretch net

It works great I used it a lot any were from a guick trip to the store to a 200 mile trip it hold every thing safe and secure. I like the different colors mine is red to match the color of my versys.

Greg M - September 12, 2008

(omaha, NE)

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Does what you want

The bungee cords are exactly what they say they are. The smaller footprint of the netting is perfect for my bike. Not having any bags yet these are the greatest to hold things so I don't have to wear a backpack!

Richard - October 13, 2008

(Penfield, NY)

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Awsome tie down for small or odd stuff

These nets are great for tieing down small and odd shaped stuff on the cargo rack front and back.

Brian Fetz - February 16, 2009

(McKinney, TX)

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strech net

Product does exactly what it’s designed to do. As for the person who said he couldn’t fit a full face helmet under it he must wear a huge helmet mine fits just fine.

dave montgomery - May 29, 2009

(nampa, ID)

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Great Protection

Very heavy netting.

PJ - June 15, 2009

(Muncie, IN)

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Bikemaster-Stretch Net

This net worked out for my 09 street bike...I was able to transport the following items on separate trips: a full face helmet/dvd’s in their cases/a German helmet/and a small stack of books. I'm glad for the posted reviews because before I purchased the net someone commented on the small rubber ends on each hook, how they would slip off as you were putting the net on or taking it off. Well just knowing that, I've been keeping an eye out not to lose the rubber ends but so far so good they’re tight and the nets working out for me.

jason lugo - August 03, 2009

(woodhaven, NY)
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