That's interesting re tower, thanks for your response.The best/easiest way would be a towbar carrier. Roof bars, bikes to heavy, unless light weight e bikes, rear mount, bikes to heavy, back seat down in car, to messy.
So opens up the old can an e niro that is not rated for towing, be fitted with a towbar for a cycle carrier. Quite a few threads and opinions if you search.
My experience is, its what you are happy to do and risk. I have a e bike so had to find a way to carry it. Its to heavy for roof as most roof carrier are max 20kg, also heavy to lift on/off. I have fitted a brink towbar that is cycle carrier only, will not allow towing and got a atero m3 bike carrier, note not all carriers will fit the towbar, brink have a list.
Some insurance companys have been problamatic, so check first.
Thanks for the info, think they are too heavy to lift onto the roof on a regular basis!I get 3 bikes (not electric) on my e-Niro roof bars with no problem (total weight approx. 40kg). I know some owners have fitted towbars to carry bikes (see FB Kia niro EV owners club), but as it’s not rated for carrying anything on a tow bar you would need to check your insurance covered it.
Yes.Hi there, just bought two new electric bikes which we are hoping to transport on our holidays with our eniro. Can anybody advise what is the best option?