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2+ bikes in a Uhaul Cargo Van?

Has anybody ever packed two or more bikes inside a Uhaul Cargo Van?

Here are the specs:
U-Haul Equipment Guide

I know I could do my bike with a sport chock, easy, but I don't know if I could also pack in a buddy or two, if they suddenly decide they want to roll to the track with me?

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Re: 2+ bikes in a Uhaul Cargo Van?

You might be able to fit two bikes in there. Three would push it for sure. Plus all the gear you need would be a tight fit.

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Re: 2+ bikes in a Uhaul Cargo Van?

Well there is one sure way to find out - good luck

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Re: 2+ bikes in a Uhaul Cargo Van?

lol... "trial and error" is typically something i attempt to keep out of my vocabulary when it comes to planning trips and rentals...

i figure that three bikes is probably pushing it, but would be interested to see pics of people's bikes inside vans, rather than just pick-ups, for comparison... i've done lots of searching and have come up with about three different people that have actually taken pics and posted them somewhere... they only tried one bike in the van...

the nice part about the van is that even with two bikes, they can go forward or backward without worrying about the "wind ripping off body parts" issue of a pick-up...
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