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Packing for an Oregon Vacation - and Bringing a Bicycle - 2016 Honda Pilot Long-Term Road Test

Edmunds.comEdmunds.com Posts: 10,059
edited July 2016 in Honda
imagePacking for an Oregon Vacation - and Bringing a Bicycle - 2016 Honda Pilot Long-Term Road Test

It's time for another Oregon vacation, and this time I'm taking our 2016 Honda Pilot and bringing along a mountain bike along with our usual luggage.

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Comments

  • Even though it's more convoluted, I would almost always rather keep an expensive bike inside the vehicle. As a road rider in a great area for riding, I almost always can ride directly away from my front porch, so I don't have any kind of rack.
  • reminderreminder Posts: 383
    Get a hitch mounted bike rack, a big lock & get that filthy thing out of the vehicle.
  • tom_in_mntom_in_mn Posts: 61
    So it would not fit down the middle facing backwards with the rear tire between the two middle seats? My Highlander can't do either of these positions. Down the middle works well on our Sienna and I've always wondered if it would work on a Pilot. Losing a bike fitting inside standing up is the biggest trade-off I made switching to the Highlander.
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