Can Mitsubishi's tiny sedan swallow a medium-sized bicycle?

– Detroit, Michigan

The bike-friendly city is something of a rarity in North America. For enthusiasts looking to hit the trail or meet up with their favorite rotary club, the ability to transport your pedal-power around is extremely important. While bike racks are available for everything from supercars to family-friendly crossovers, they introduce a number of problems: theft, weather, aerodynamics, added difficulty for parking, and general visibility compromises. Those are all good reasons to keep your bike inside your car, but some vehicles make it easier than others.

It's with that in mind that we bring you the first installment of Will It Bike, a Motor1 original series where we stuff bicycles into our test fleet to demonstrate what the process entails. This week we have a Mitsubishi Mirage G4, a subcompact sedan without folding rear seats. Will it Bike? Check out the video above to find out.


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