Mountain biker puts a RovR cooler through the ultimate test

The RollR 45 is made for more than a picnic in the park.
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World champion downhill racer and X-Games gold medalist Myles Rockwell took his RovR cooler on a ride for the ultimate test of its lightweight bike hitch. Will his 24 beers spill or will they stay safe and secure? 

The RollR 45 (MSRP $369) features 9-inch puncture-resistant tires, a modular fold-out cutting board, a stash bag, dual cup holders, and a new telescoping handle and expandable wagon bin.

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