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Does anyone have pictures of there bikes inside a Multispace? Is it possible to fit 2 bikes in with wheels on?
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Yes (at least with medium frames, 26"/27.5" wheels and 2.5" wide tyres it is) If you put them in rear wheel first and slot that rear wheel alongside the driver/passenger seat. You can put a third in between them if you remove the (XTR only) central storage bin.
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2019 Multispace BlueHDi 100 Flair Nimbus Grey Met
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I did think putting them in backwards would work. Just need to get my hands on an XTR once we're out of lock down.

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(08-04-2020, 07:43 PM)Cooper Wrote:  Does anyone have pictures of there bikes inside a Multispace? Is it possible to fit 2 bikes in with wheels on?

I did this today for you, maybe not the best picture but hope it helps.

With just two seats removed from my XTR, centre console still in place and no wheels removed.
There is plenty of space left and the side and rear doors both close very easily as normal.

The first bike is in forward facing and has 27.5 Plus wheels; the second bike is in backwards and has 29” wheels.

Great cars for this sort of thing!


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Brilliant, thanks for the pic. Does look cavernous in the back.

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(08-04-2020, 07:43 PM)Cooper Wrote:  Does anyone have pictures of there bikes inside a Multispace? Is it possible to fit 2 bikes in with wheels on?

Why the need for wheels on? It takes seconds to put the front on when you take the bike out and the same putting it in. My 27.5 hardtail with just one seat out. Plenty of room for sleeping alongside it with all the back seats out too.


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Spent too many years messing about with wheels, just annoys me really. Roll it in then drive off. Will mostly likely take a wheel off if I've got loads of kit, but that won't be too often.

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(08-04-2020, 07:43 PM)Cooper Wrote:  Does anyone have pictures of there bikes inside a Multispace? Is it possible to fit 2 bikes in with wheels on?

Two bikes front wheels removed and a kayak ?


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Good fit, even managed to fit in an extra loo roll too
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(17-10-2020, 09:24 PM)Cooper Wrote:  Good fit, even managed to fit in an extra loo roll too

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