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Pizza Rack

The Pizza Rack was designed to be a stout companion piece to any around-town commuter or touring rig. It can hold sizeable cargo, up to 15 kilograms (33lbs), rather comfortably. And knowing that most people are always looking for extra storage space - we also made sure that it can accommodate any side panniers with hooks that fit on 13mm or larger rails.

Rider Reviews

  • 3.7
  • 21 Reviews

Perfect for what I needed.

Perfect for what I needed.

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Randall S.

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Dissapointed

I have a Turbo Levo that I bought in 2022 and this rack has been on my radar since the beginning. The web page doesn't have any information about compatibilities between accessories like this, so I recurred to the internet and Reddit gave me hope. Now that I have it, some screws and washers are missing. The metal bar that connects the rack with the fork is too big and the screws damaged the fender paint. The instructions are not very well designed either. Other complaints in the reviews are very true. Sad to say, there are better options on Amazon.


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Crhistian

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Great rack, messy instructions, missing hardware (frame bolts, and fork axle)

This is a great rack, although: * I wish it came with black bolts instead of silver... the rack color is black... so why not black bolts too? * It doesn't come with 2 bolts you need to attach it to the fork. * I have a Roll 3.0 and I it was really difficult to set it up correctly, I had to slightly bend the plate that goes attached to the frame if I wanted all 3 bolts in the triangle to match. The angle of the threaded holes in the fork (in this bike) makes it that the triangle plates also ended up a little bent too, anyway, it works. * The frame on my Roll 3.0 doesn't have a threaded hole big enough to use the long bolt it came with, so I had to go the bikeshop and buy 2 bolts for the fork, and 1 long bolt, and nut for the frame. * Instructions are somewhat confusing, in the end you have to use your brain and don't pay much attention to them.


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LoreG

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Disappointing garbage from Specialized

The rack I purchased had bits of aluminum scrap rolling around inside which I had to drill and remove with pliers. Then the rack was so warped I had to drill out the threads to get it to attach to my Diverge's fork. I worked carefully for days and made multi trips and calls to the shop to get this rack on correctly without damaging my fork eyelets or the frame. Fast forward. Sort of literally bending the rack to line up the screw ports better it is impossible to mount the rack without it being Crooked. Staring at it from the cockpit I can clearly see the rack is tilted 10-15 degree to one side, insanely annoying to have to look at. I take the rack off and the threads on the sides of my fork are so messed up I can no longer screw in the stock screw covers. Thank you specialized for selling me a horribly bad quality piece of junk (90$?!? For this?) which has now damaged my most prized possession.


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Tyler

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Not compatible with Roll 2.0

I bought this rack for my Roll 2.0. I had to find new hardware to make it work because it wouldn't work with the hardware it came with. Very disappointed.


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Mike S.

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Great Rack! Allow a rainy day for install

Great rack, looks great on the Roll frame! Just one small caveat. For my bike I had to drill out larger (5/32) holes

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Name:
Vinson

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A good rack that doesn't quite meet my needs

This is a nice sturdy rack and while it fits my Specialized Sirrus frame, the supplied bolts were not the right length so I had to purchase bolts at the hardware store. I thought this would be a good rack to hold front panniers with a shelf on top for other items. I have since discovered that due the mounting configuration where the top part of the pannier attaches below the shelf, the rack does not work with any of the panniers I have tried. I think it is a good rack and was worth the price (it was on sale) but am finding it was not what I expected.

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Robert F.

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Good value, hardware issue, hack

Sturdy rack on a KHS "Urban Xtreme" and great at under $70. My bike's fork is not recessed for the fork crown insert and box did not include a longer (2") bolt or nut for forks that won't take the insert. So I had to get some new hardware (<$5). Then I broke one of the bolts that attaches the bracket to the rack on install. That was fine though because it encouraged me to do a hack. I drilled out the remaining hole to 1/4" (power drill works fine, just need to step up the bit size incrementally a couple times) and replaced the original bolt with a closed eye-bolt, nut, a couple washers, and a Nylock nut. The eye-loop is on the underside of the rack so the top remains more or less flat. I also put an Eye-bolt through the light mount on the front of the rack (also drilled that to 1/4"). This gives the rack two fixed, closed loop anchor points for rope, bungees, whatever you don't want to potentially slide around on the bars.

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Name:
Christopher

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Only suits a rigid fork

Looks to be well made and easily assembled, the only issue is it won['t fit a Specialized suspension bike and Specialized don't see a rigid fork to use the Charlie Chihuahua rack.

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Owen K.

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Perfect for commuter bikes

Worked great on my specialized roll! Highly recommend!

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Cesar C.

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