Same here, 591 really good. Have loaded all shapes of bikes on it, never had an issue at motorway speeds either. As long as you tight the clamp and set it as close to the bottom bracket as possible it would be fine. Simple to use as has locks for both the roof bars and the bike clamp. My 29er with wide 2.2 tyres fit fine, just need to adjust the length of the rim strap if you are regularly carrying different sized bikes - doesn't take more than a few seconds for each wheel.Thule 591. I've got both the 591 and the original freeride type. Had the latter about 18 years. The 591 is really easy to load and will accommodate most down tube shapes and wheel size doesn't matter. The Freerides is just as effective but slightly more awkward to load.
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