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Looks like nobody has any ideas for you up to now.

There are a range of different types of bike carriers, some fasten onto a towball, Thule are a good make as are Pendle Bike Racks. You could fit roof bars and mount a bike carrier. Google bike carriers and I'm sure you'll find something.

I often carry a bike but use none of the above methods, I have a very light carbon road bike, I take off the wheels and peddles and slide out the seat pillar. I put a couple of car rugs or old blankets on the back seat, put the bike in a bike bag and place it on the back seat, handlebars down, the wheels go in wheel bags and they go against the frame on the back seat. I then pull across the seat belts and join them with a cable tie. The advantage is you don't have to get an ugly towing bracket or strap it on the roof, it's secure as it's in the car, disadvantages are you can't carry anyone in the rear seats and it takes longer to reassemble. I go away for a few weeks at a time so building and dismantling is not too much of a hassle.

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