Please consult the manufacturer's web page for a specific fit. Premium, high-load capacity bike rack is ideal for heavy bikes. A bike loading ramp. It works with 1.25" and 2. Installation is fast and easy. Attach and secure bikes with knobs and straps. The design has a carry handle and transport wheels. Lock bikes to the rack and receiver with the smart foot pedal tilt.
👤It pains me to give a low review for this bike rack, but I think they missed the mark on quality engineering. I bought the rack to fit the weight and tire size of the e- bikes. My e-bikes are 65 lbs each. The tires are fat. The tires are claimed to be up to 4.5” and 65 lbs. My experience with previous Thule bike rack made them the perfect choice for my new bike rack. There is a The tire width of 4” is below the max designed width limit, so the bike rack width is insufficient to accommodate my e-bikes without squeezing them together. I put the first bike on to make sure the tires are on the rack. I put the second bike on and have someone lean it out, secure the wheels, and then squeeze it into the first bike to attach the clamp. The bikes being squeezed together seems to increase the risk of the bikes breaking loose, as the clamps do not appear to adequately attach to the bike frames. I put a cable between the bikes and the car. The bikes will be dragged rather than hitting the car behind if something goes wrong. I will make the safety measures for this rack better in order to reduce the risk of injury. The size of the rack attachment to the hitch is a concern for me. The yield movement of the rack mount structure is excessive when I use the tilt feature to get into the back of the car. The batteries, seats, and everything else are easily removed to reduce the weight. I like the idea of the design. I have to use many different ways to be able to use the bike rack.
👤It's good for bike hitch racks. It can handle 2 bikes at 65 lbs each. There is a card board box and plastic wrap on the arm of the bike. Maybe 12 by 12 inches. One pull. It is out of the box. 45 pounds. Unfold it and put it in a car hitch. There is a This is the third iteration of the bike rack and it is wonderful. Load and unload quickly. You don't have to lift a 65 pound bike with the folding ramp. Roll it up the ramp. There is a Unlike most Thules where there are dozens of parts that have to be purchased and installed, this involves no tools and is one part only. I've had three roof rack before and two of them were Thule with lots of parts to assemble. This one part woder is not like that. Absolutely love this rack.
👤I picked it up when it was 20% off. One of the few carriers that supports the weight of an ebike. It works well with the Raleigh Redux iE Stepover Medium size. The frame can be secured with the big clamp. It is lightweight, easy to install, and has a fold up ramp for easier loading and unloading bikes. There is no expansion capability. It is about the size of a carry-on suitcase. I leave it in the back of the SUV when I need it.
The carrying bracket is for easy storage. The patented Anti-Wobble System keeps bikes safe. The hitch pin and locking knob add security. The rear reflector makes it easier to see. CONVENIENT: The tilt design makes it easy to access the rear hatch when not in use. It can be easily detached into a bike rack. It'sTILE: 4 bikes up to 60 lbs each with durable powder coated steel tubing. Heavy duty 5” wide trays can be adjusted to fit most bikes. A KAC Bike Frame Adapter may be required for low Y-frame bikes. Only 2” hitches are allowed. Most parts are easy to use. The hitch pin lock, instruction manual, and all installation hardware are included. There is a limited lifetime warranty. The quality and design of the Bike Rack products are what they stand for. There are a lot of mishaps covered by their Lifetime Warranty. It is against the law to use an RV or 5th wheel. There is a limited lifetime warranty. The quality and design of the Bike Rack products are what they stand for. There are a lot of mishaps covered by their Lifetime Warranty. It is against the law to use an RV or 5th wheel.
👤The bike rack was assembled in about 2 hours. You will probably do it quicker. The package includes cheap wrench tools, but you will definitely want more. A standard crescent wrench and screw driver is required. There is a There is a basic configuration for 2 bikes or 4 bikes. The extended 4 bike version was ordered by us. Each bike has two loops, one for the front tire and one for the back. You slide on the inside and outside of the slide bar. There are two sliding padded loops that go up and down over the horizontal bike tubes after a post goes up between the two bikes. Take a look at my pictures. If you only have 3 bikes, then you only need to install 6 tire loops, which is why ours looks like it's custom made. It's the 4 bike version. We can remove the two bike extension and go to a two bike carrier. The contraption is on the back of our car and can be seen from the car. People are asking if you can open a trunk with bikes in it. I'm sure you could. The rack is heavy even when it's empty. You would need to be a superman to be loaded with bikes. You can't get into the back of the car when it's loaded with 3 or 4 bikes. There is a A key lock for the pin connecting the rack to the car is a nice feature. I can see someone driving past and tossing bikes into the back of a pickup, but I don't know if this lock will stop them. It won't hold a pry bar. There is a The bikes are locked onto the stand with a key lock. It's not going to be able to stop people from walking away with your bike. The padded loop was able to slide down enough to work with a woman's bike. The eBike tires work well with the rack. Even though the bikes weigh 45 lbs, 4 of them still feel supported on the rack. There aren't many negatives other than the fact that you have to remove the metal from the back of your car. It's going to be very difficult to remove this rack from the car, that's the worst feature. The bolt is screwed into the receiver. It's going to be difficult to remove that bolt because it's a no-slip type. They want to stop rattles and secure the stand to the car. It's going to be hard to put it on and take it off. I can already see the wear on the nut from being tightened up once. I've put it on and off 20 times. I have a feature on my car that is specific to me. The hatch will open if I loiter around the back of the car. The hatch would bang into my bikes when I loaded them. I can change that feature. I have to remember to do that. If you're after a heavy duty rack that's able to hold heavier bikes, this is the one for you.
Please consult the manufacturer's web page for a specific fit. The lightweight platform hitch carrier is a great way to transport up to 4 bikes. The hitch pin has a locking mechanism. Each bicycle has a wheel tray and uses straps to secure it. The bikes frame is secured with a sliding and rotating attachment cradle. When not in use, folds up against the car. It's ideal for storing or parking in a garage. It only works with 2 hitch receivers. Not to be used with a Hitch receiver accessory. Not to be used on a towed vehicle. This lightweight rack has a max tire width of 3 and a max wheelbase of 48.
👤I'm confident that this rack will have its share of reviews describing disastrous outcomes during transport, and I'm sure that it will do so as well. There is a Common sense and human intervention are required to prevent accidents from happening when using a rack. I believe failure can be attributed to one or more of the following. The rack was not being used for its intended purpose. The RV/Trailer 2 was installed. There was a lack of inspection prior to the transport. The bike rack is connected to the hitch. The rack should have no failures given that you take appropriate measures to address 1 and 2. There is no way for the pin to loosen on its own, so the pin is secured with an R-clip/cotter pin. The straps on any rack are guaranteed to break. Each bike on this rack is secured with a strap, tire and frame at the same time. There is a The bike will remain on the rack if one strap breaks. I wanted a rack that could transport 4 bikes with a minimal failure rate and this rack seems to be the best. I have 3 adult bikes and a youth bike. The other bonus features such as the weight and ease of assembly have already been mentioned in posts as has the downside to the rack in that it's relatively easy to take the entire rack with a few tools as the locking mechanism preventing this is relatively weak.
👤I have been a biker for the last 35 years and started with upright roof mounts, fork mount roof mounts, and platform hitch racks. The easiest platform rack to use is hands down. The HR Sportrider 2 is a great rack, but it doesn't fit all frame types very well. I bought a brand new platform rack that was heavy and awkward to install and remove, but it was also as solid as it could be. I decided to try it out because of the low cost. There is a I am now all smiles. The rack is only 20 pounds. I don't have to break my back installing and removing it. There is a Sometimes I leave it on the car for a ride the next day, and it folds up flat against the vehicle. There is a Hitch lock and key is an optional accessory which I never understood why locking your rack from theft would be an option. It works on any frame size, even bikes with fenders. There is a The bike is mounted to the rack with no jumping because of the 3 mounting points. There is a This rack is 1/3 the cost of my heavy duty platform rack and does everything just as well. There is a This is a viable contender if you are hesitant to spend $500 on a bike rack.
👤I needed a 3-bike rack and found this one from a Thule Pro2. This rack is not as good as a Thule or a Yakima. I bought it even though it was available. Double-checking the instructions is a must when assembling it. It is easy to mix up the inner and outer sections. The bolts that hold them down are cheap, and tend to strip. First, get everything in the right place, then snug the bolts. The rack on the car is very secure. There is a little bounce but every rack has that. There is a It will hold four mountain bikes. The loading and securing of them is different than the Thule. You have to be precise with placement, pedal position, centering, and angle the frame strap just right. I'm sure it will get easier with practice, but the Thule was just slap it in and go. It takes a while. The bikes were secure after a long trip. The rack does its job. There are better and worse racks out there. If the directions were clearer, I would give it a star.
TYGER No-Hassle Lifetime Warranty for US customers! The tilt backward design allows users to open the rear gates without detaching the hitch rack. When not in use, the user can fold up the rack. It's a smart idea to save space. The night driving safety is ensured by the rear safety reflectors on this rack. The padded arms can protect your bike from scratching, and the tray-styled loops can hold your bike in place. Bike compatibility For bikes under 35 lbs each, and a maximum tire width of 3 inches.
👤The hitch fit is the most critical part of the bike rack. I can't figure out how to make the anti-wobble mechanism work. There is no instructions to show me what I might be doing wrong. You can see how unstable it is in the video. I would never take this thing on a road trip or on a paved road due to the excessive wobbling, even though I am not concerned that the rack or my bike is going to fall off. There is a If there was a way to eliminate this ridiculous amount of wobble, I would happily raise my review to 5 stars. There is a If you plan to only drive on paved road, it is a good value. It is less than a few miles. Don't even consider road tripping, it will ruin your bike. There is a The weight of the bikes on the rack isn't any better than the wobble.
👤I was very pleased with the rack, as it feels very solid, and I was looking for something that would secure the bikes. The first time I used the rack, there were problems. I put two mountain bikes on the rack after installing this on the back of our travel trailer. The receiver on the trailer is designed to be secured to the frame of the trailer. The bikes were bouncing up and down a lot when we hit any sort of bumps on the highway. I have a camera on the back of the trailer that I can use to watch the bikes from my truck. I made sure they were still secure and that they were ok, by checking on them once or twice. There is a I removed the bikes from the rack and found that the foam padding on one of the "hooks" that holds the bikes down had worn out and was touching the top tube of my bike. A two-inch long section of paint was worn off by this. There is a If the rack didn't bounce so much while driving, or if the hook that holds onto the top tube of the bike was shaped more like the top tube, this may have been avoided. If your bike has a round tube, it will work out. If the foam material was denser and more resistant to rubbing and vibration. Adding protection where the arm goes over the tube might solve the problem. I am very upset that my bike has been damaged by this rack, and I have decided to return it. I will be looking for a different way to carry the bikes.
👤This bike rack is very good. It seems rugged, handling our two bikes. I used it on a trip to ride some trails on the Cape and drove both highways and side roads. It travels well with no movement or rocking. The fold up and fold down features are great. When it came to bikes, I didn't like the style of the Thule rack. You don't carry your bikes on the rack. This could result in more damage to your bikes. I studied a lot of different racks and this one fit the bill. It was a lot less expensive than the Thule or Yakima rack. It's a great find for anyone looking for a hitch type rack.
Kids' bikes are for everyone. The frames are step-by-step. There are trikes. Recumbents are small. The list continues. If you have it, the Freedom can move it up to 60 lbs per bike. Rackets are easy to use to keep a bike secure. Universal Hitch is compatible with 1 14" and 2" hitches. There is a base at WHEELBASE. The rack is right out of the box. If your bike has a longer wheel base, you will need a bar. The rubber holders can fit any frame.
👤The product is advertised for bikes. I used it 8 times and it fell apart, leaving my ebike in the street. One of the cups the wheel rides in failed and the center post holder failed, leaving one wheel held to the rack and the rest of the bike dragging in the street. The parts are snapped and made out of plastic. My bike is within the weight range they quote and everything was attached as the directions recommend. I wasn't traveling fast or the road was rough. I wasted my money on this and it's outside of the return window. Learn from my experience.
👤It took a lot of research to find a good carrier solution for our beach cruisers. The majority of the racks are either over the wheel or the top bar. This is an excellent choice if you own a beach cruiser or women's bike. I've only used it four times, but I can get the rack bolted onto the trailer hitch and both bikes tied up within 5 minutes. The unit is built to last. I have traveled on highways and bumpy city roads without any concern about the bikes coming loose. When the unit is tilted back, the rear hatch is not a problem.
👤I bought the Saris 4 bike freedom rack back in February of 2020. My kids are old enough to trail ride with me and I needed an upgrade from my old 2 bike rack system that could easily and securely fit four MTBs without frame contact. I have been frustrated with the rack since February, and I couldn't have been more wrong to buy it. I should have paid the extra couple of hundred bucks for a tray hitch rack like 1up from the beginning. There is a I have two bikes, one with plus-size wheels, and a couple of kids, and I spent too much time configuring and reconfiguring the position of the wheel. They would loosen and shift and I would have to do it over and over again. The seats, handlebars, and pedals of the bikes will rub and cause damage to the other bikes if there isn't enough room between them. I would have to tie socks between the points of contact. The plastic components loosen easily after a few journeys. The Allen head bolt that held the cradle on fell out and the cradle fell off. It was in my driveway and not on the highway. The wheel tray straps are difficult to close. You have to get the position right each time. It is extremely frustrating. The rubber slips on the down tube cradle's anti-sway straps will not stay in position and will slip down the straps. They are an interesting idea, but they are an awful execution. The tilt bar wouldn't stay locked in the vertical position and the bikes attached to it would rock a little from side to side because the tip of the tilt pull handle broke. I had to make my own fix with a bolt head and a spot weld because I couldn't find a replacement part. I spent 25 minutes loading my four bikes each time I went for a ride and was constantly adjusting and re-adjusting the parts on the rack to fit the bikes. If you bike more than once in a blue moon, you'll get frustrated. This is not a bike rack made by Saris at a higher price point. I would say that it's garbage. I think they are exploiting the craze in biking. This product is worth half of that. It is for a person who bikes one or two times a month and has the patience of Job or is slightly masochistic. If you bike frequently, I would not recommend buying this product, you'll want to take a hammer to it. It's a good thing.
Load your bike in seconds regardless of the wheel size, StrongArm design secures bike at wheels, protecting paint and carbon frames. Accommodates disc brakes, thru-axles and full suspension bikes and is smart design. There is an unrivaled spacing of 2 bikes out of the box or 4 bikes with optional HoldUp +2. Side-to-side adjustment to adjust space between bikes is possible. Easy install: SKS Locks are included for added security. Hitch Receivers of either 1-inch or 2-inch are required. Their Lifetime Warranty is covered by your back guarantee.
👤The Hold Up bike rack is strong. It's a bit heavy to take off and put it back on. You know it's well made. It works exactly as it is described, but there is a newer version that I think should only be sold as an upgrade to the Hold Up Evo version. There is a Many of the quirks and little things that this rack should of had been addressed by the Evo. I will be returning the regular Hold Up and keeping the Hold Up Evo. For example. 1. The Hold Up uses a bolt into the hitch receiver that has a anti rattle screwed on it. It works well but takes a long time to put on and off and the included wrench won't work on some vehicles. You won't have to buy a hitch receiver lock if it includes the lock. The Evo is easy to attach to the hitch, it's as simple as sliding into it, crank the knob and wiggle to take out the slack and lock with the key and boom! You are done. 2. A tilt feature. The hold up uses a red pinch and pull bolt that is hard to use and it is difficult to get to with bikes loaded. The large pull handle of the Evo is more accessible than the other version. 3. The arm was designed to fit. The hold up has a button that you can use to release the clamps on the inside of the bike fork. There is a button on the outside of the car that will make it impossible to make contact. 4. There are more Fat Bike friendly wheel trays. It was better to have it and not need it. The locks are the same and easy to use. There is a The Hold Up is a great rack, but with a new version of the Hold Up, it makes more sense to get the Hold Up Evo that addresses all the quicks of the Hold Up and does it the right way.
👤I was going to return the Holdup 2. I tried out my second consideration, the Kuat NV. There is a The Kuat NV and the Holdup 2: Hitch connection are both well-built and fit securely without any movement. I like how the Kuat doesn't require a wrench to attach it to the hitch receiver, you just slip in and lock the pin, and then hand-tighten the ball with a knob to secure the mount to the hitch and keep it from moving around. The hitch pin is free to rattle around, even though it slips in and locks. I put some tape on it to make it more snug. The hitch pin is put in place with a wrench. It's very safe. It's not very convenient to put on or remove it, and I don't like to leave the rack on when I'm not using it. Both tray designs can carry a wide range of bike sizes and styles. They can carry up to four bikes. It's just a one-time thing that Yakima's is easier to assemble. The individual trays can be adjusted left and right to avoid conflicts between handlebars and seats, which is an advantage for Yakima. If you don't add on the extra rack for two more bikes, Kuat will only advertise that you get 13 spacing between your bikes. To fit the two bike add-on, you have to disassemble one set of arms and attach them to the other. You're not going to want to switch this back and forth because it isn't something you can do easily. I find that our two mountain bikes make hard contact with each other between the seats and handlebars, even without the squeeze down to 9. This doesn't happen on the river. The bikes are offset from each other and the seats and bars don't touch, even in the tray's center positions. If you need to, you can move the trays on the Yakima. There is a Lock cables have built-in cable locks and a locking hitch pin. I can't get Kuat's cables to pass through the frames of two mtn bikes because they are so short. The frame and front wheel can be included with the cable locks, but not the backs. There is a door clearance. You can't open the rear swing door of the RAV4 without hitting the rear wheel basket. If you lift up on the swing door while you open it, you can squeeze over it and get it open. Not all the way. It's enough to allow easy access to the back of the vehicle. The Kuat design has a low profile when fully lowered, which means that the door of the RAV4 will only barely touch the rack, but allow it to open fully. There is a The Kuat NV has a repair stand that you can use to lift your bike up. The add-on comes with a warning flag and two warning blinkers. There is a Aesthetics. I think the Kuat looks better than the Yakima, but it doesn't look bad. I'm going to stay with the Holdup 2 because of how easy it is to fit in and not rub or cut into each other and how the trays are adjusted to avoid conflicts with other people's bikes. I usually put my bikes inside my vehicle, even though the need to use a wrench to screw on and off the hitch pin might get annoying over time. It's much safer back there. I just want the rack for when there are more than two of us and I need to fill the vehicle with other gear.
There is a limited lifetime warranty. The quality and design of the Bike Rack products are what they stand for. There are a lot of mishaps covered by their Lifetime Warranty. It is against the law to use an RV or 5th wheel. It's built to handle new bike standards, including fat tires, boost hubs, mountain, road, hybrid, women's specific, BMX kids' bikes and E- bikes under 50 lbs. Installation and removal is easy and secure with tool-free locking SpeedKnob. Bike security can be improved with the inclusion of Integrated SKS locks. Even with bikes loaded, the easy-access tilt mechanism and KickStart foot pedal make raising and lowering the rack a breeze. StrongArm hook secures bikes at the wheel, protecting your painted and carbon frames, and can be adjusted to reduce bike-to-bike interference. It is possible to fit any bike with secure carrying of 20 to 29" wheels, tires up to 4.8" wide, and disc brakes. It is possible to fit any bike with secure carrying of 20 to 29" wheels, tires up to 4.8" wide, and disc brakes.
👤I haven't had a chance to drive with it yet, but I will update this review once I do. I want to take a moment for us Jeep Wrangler drivers, since finding a hitch bike rack is a pain in the butt. Here are my observations about owning a Jeep Wrangler. I have a Jeep with a standard two inch hitch and stock tire. The bike rack is not compatible with a standard hitch. It needs an extension. The hole on the bike rack isn't big enough to reach the hole on the hitch. Without the holes lining up, you can't secure it with the included pin, so it would be foolish and unsafe to use it like that. The pin doesn't go all the way across the other side. It passes through the left hole of the bike rack tube and has a depressable ball to keep it from falling out. The pin does move when it's installed. You need a hitch extension to install this. If you don't care about opening the tail gate, you should get a 4" extension. If you want to open the tail gate a bit to get inside, you can use an 8 inch extension. If you have a hardtop, the gate doesn't swing out enough to allow you to open the window. The tire hits the bike rack when the gate is open. The tire on the JL is a bit lower than on the JK. The gate can be swung open all the way. I need to swing open the gate all the way. I use a hitch extension with a second hitch accessory. It's an extension with a hitch receiver welded above it. They sell them on Amazon. The extension part is for towing and the second accessory hitch is for hitching a bike rack or cargo rack above what you're towing. I flipped it upside down so the secondary hitch was below the extender. Since it's a Wrangler, you can do this. The lower hitch allows me to swing the gate fully open. I tested it in my driveway with my stock tires and stock lift, and even at the worst/most inclination of my driveway, I had about 3 inches of clearance between the bottom of the rack and the ground. Since I knew what I was getting into, these modifications did not factor into my rating. The Jeep Wrangler stuff is no longer in the way of the bike rack. The rack is heavy. It's difficult to carry around a young man that works out. I wanted a full 2 inch rack, not a 1 inch to 2 inch rack. There is no easy way to store this when it isn't hitched. The kick lever is used to lower the rack so you can't rest the rack on the floor without putting the full weight of the rack on it. I hid the kick lever by using the bike tilt/lower function of the rack and putting it in my garage. Even with the anti wobble knob tightened down, there's still a slight bit of wobble even with dragging it around. I wiggled it around as I tightened it. The glossy finish is prone to scratching and also makes the scratches very visible, I wish the rear tire straps were fabric instead of plastic. The bike locks are not long. I couldn't loop it through my frame, it wouldn't reach the lock peg. I had to loop it between my fork stanchions. This doesn't feel very secure because a slightly determined thief can raise the front wheel holder and cut the lock cable with a lock cutter. I'm going to look into a steel lock cable that will loop through my frame and spare tire for extra security. I hope the plasticnotches that hold the front tire down will last. The mountain bike feels secure in the rack with a 29" aluminum bike installed. I've seen worse during my research into bike racks. The front wheel trays make the rack more compact. There is a These are my initial observations. I will add pictures of my setup and update this review once I go for a ride. I'll decide if this rack is worth $500 after I use it. It got a 3.5 out of 5 from me.
It installs in seconds. The insert fits either 1 1/2 or 2 inch receiver hitches. A quick install hitch secures and tightens a rack inside of a receiver hitch. When not in use, the arms fold out of the way and the rack tilts back. Individual tie downs are used to protect bicycles. Accommodates a wide range of bicycle frame designs. Allen's warranty doesn't cover third-party sellers.
👤I had a bike rack that failed on my first drive. I did not go over 60 mph on one of the bent down bars. They were not helpful when I contacted them. The won't help resolve the issue. They won't sell me replacement parts. They said it was a liability. Allen Sports customer service issues are similar to what other reviewers have said about them. Stay away from the bike rack. Adult bikes should not break a bike rack. I need your help to resolve this issue and turn this bad experience around. I would be happy to update this review.
👤I thought I should write a review for the Allen bike rack that we purchased 3 years ago. It's aging well and handling the constant sun exposure very well, so look at my pictures to see how well it's doing. We leave the bike rack on all year long. The red handle has finally succumbed to the sun and a piece broke off recently, but it hasn't affected the function of the item. We ride our bikes three times a week. The hatch door of the SUV is used a lot for loading groceries, gear, etc. During the snow season, we use the bike rack with the ski/board rack. Everything is holding up well. I like the simplicity of the bike rack. I like that it doesn't have seat-tube stabilizers, they always got in the way when I took my bikes off and on with previous racks. If you want to keep your bikes out of the air during the car's braking and acceleration, you can leave a bungee cord in the vehicle and use it to put the bikes on the rack. It's easy. The top swing arm has a little play on the down position so you can hear it clanking when you accelerate from a stop light. There is a This is an easy 5 star rating from me. Feel free to ask any questions you have.
👤I would like to give this a 5 star rating. But... The bike rack is of the highest quality. We can easily and securely haul two bikes. The lock broke when we locked the mount into place. The knob will not loosen or tighten. It's been stuck on the back of my SUV for a long time. Allen Sports has reached out to us. Allen Sports will return our calls. We haven't received any call backs. If you pay the extra money, you can get a Thule brand. I think they have better quality and customer service. I would have liked to have gotten a Thule.
👤If it weren't for the locking version, this would be a 5 star review. If you only need to remove one bolt to lock the hitch, you can take the bikes. You will still have the hitch receiver. The rest will be gone. I used the safety chain slots on the hitch after buying a chain and lock. You can run a chain through the bike.
No more special adapter is needed for your equipment from now on, it can be tied with a Silicone strap, and there is a Lifetime warranty. Two bikes weighing 65 lbs are held by Ebike compatible. The V70 Hitch Rack is for fat tire bikes. The tow hitch receiver is compatible with SUVs and cars. Not for use on Class B vehicles. The easy tilt down and fold up feature allows for easy trunk access and also folds up out of the way when not in use. The Universal Wheel Cradle can fit bike tires up to 5” wide. The straps hold the wheels in place. Triple Lock Security is a way to keep your bikes safe. Feel confident with your cargo with the safety strap. The Anti-Wobble Hitch is a patented invention. Enjoy a smooth journey! It is important. Not for use on vehicles with less than 12 Inches from the bottom of the hitch receiver. The 10-year manufacturers warranty against manufacturing defects is part of the Ironclad Warranty. The 10-year manufacturers warranty against manufacturing defects is part of the Ironclad Warranty.
👤There are a lot of great features on this rack. There are security features that lock the rack to your car and lock the bikes to the rack. Everything can be changed. I was able to get the bikes to fit together without touching them. It looks great when you fold it up against the car.
👤I have spent over $500 on Yakima and Thule rack and I use them 3-4 times a week. I decided to give the rack a try because I was impressed by the wall mount from the Vibrelli. It arrived on Thursday and I was impressed with the quality and features that I had 2 bikes on the back, each worth more than my car, doing a 300 mile drive for a weekend of riding and racing with friends. I put this thing through hell this weekend and it is now my primary rack. No problem with fat tires. No problem with rough fire roads. I-95 and 85 MPH, no problem, last minute repairs to your rig before go time, no problem. I only had to use the dropper on one of the 2 MTBs. This thing is solid. It's easy. It took about 20 minutes to assemble, with good instructions and quality materials. I would recommend putting your money in the bike. Unless you have a brand name piece of jewelry hanging off the back of your vehicle. I will be posting a video soon.
👤I replaced my roof-mounted bike rack with a hitch-mounted one and I am very happy. Overall quality is great. The instructions and how-to video made assembling the rack easy. My fat tire bike and road bike fit on the rack. You can access the truck with a press of the foot. The included cable lock and rubber pads are some of the things that really impressed me. Cyclists designed this. Would definitely recommend.
👤It took me a couple of days to figure out what type of bike rack I wanted. I looked at price, brands, reviews, aesthetic design, weight, and features. The features of the most recent and expensive ones were all present in the bike rack that I came across. I was not sure if it had only one review. It was put into the market recently. I think it's perfect for my needs, especially the aesthetic ones, there are some expensive racks that look bad when you leave them on, and they might obstruct the license plate and rear camera view. The 2 bike tray style rack was very nice. The parts and finish of the product look very good and the price is fair, as a Quality Manager I can tell. Positive reviews will start to show up soon, as it will soon be one of the most popular bike racks.
👤Wow. I'm new to the bike rack market. My wife has a 15lb rock Hopper and I have a 60lb ebike. We're going to get another ebike soon. A Kuat or Thule is just so expensive, because we just installed a hitch on our outback. I understand. They're very nice. Then I came across a book. I'm very happy. It is incredibly sturdy. It was easy to use. For me. There are multiple locking features, sold to me. You can save a few hundred dollars and support a good cause. I bet you will also love this rack.
Allen's warranty doesn't cover third-party sellers. The hooks are foam-padded and do not scratch the bike's finish. Hooks and tire cradles are used to fit most bikes frames. The post can be removed quickly. Bike tire cradles can be adjusted along horizontal bars using quick knobs for convenience. Steel. Class III and IV standard hitch receivers are compatible. 80 lbs maximum capacity or 40 lbs per bike Universal Fit is the type of fit. There is a patent pending. ROLL DOWN AND BROWSE THE A+ PAGES FOR MORE INFORMATION. Quick hitch pins assist in accommodating different size bike frames for safe and reliable transport. Universal Fit is the type of fit. There is a patent pending. ROLL DOWN AND BROWSE THE A+ PAGES FOR MORE INFORMATION. Quick hitch pins assist in accommodating different size bike frames for safe and reliable transport.
👤The product was in good condition. Over the years, we've had several bike racks. The type that hangs your bike from the cross bar is all of them. There are only two frames we have to transport. The female bike was a pain with the extra bar. Not any more. We love this rack. It took about 15 minutes to get it together. It works well in our 2 inch receiver and is stable. They said it was rock solid when I used the clamps. The bikes are super secure and easy to load. Going down the freeway. Awesome. The name brand units are a great price if you check them out. The quality is very good. Highly recommend this product.
👤You can tell by the weight of the box that it is a large hunk of metal. Do not be deterred by the posts that say "too many parts" or that it's too confusing. The average person can figure this out in 20 minutes if they have pictures and instructions. There is a You will want to use the hitch lock piece. It is a deterrent to theft as someone will need a deep sockets or inc wrench before they can remove the carrier, and it keeps the carrier rock solid in the receiver. It will take more work to get your bikes to fit without touching each other. The bikes are reversed in the photos that come with the carrier. I couldn't make this work because the handlebars on one bike made contact with the seat on the other. There is a I have two bikes facing the same direction and the carrier works great. Everything was safe and sound because of a high speed run down the freeway and a drive all over Houston's crappy streets. The red arrow should be noted. As with all bike carriers, it is important that you put some kind of material between the bike and the carrier, as movement and vibration can wear paint.
👤I was worried about the price and the fact that it had no reviews, but it was easy to put together and it fits on the back of my jeep wrangler with the spare tire.
👤I read reviews. Know when I do... I took out the 5 stars. They have to own the company or stock. One star can't even see the pictures and this is easy to assemble. Period. I saw a lot of things. The husband and wife team. It's funny. Repacked and sent it back? You sent the bike rack back. Not a bolt or washer to assemble! The rubber tire straps would be difficult to push over the steel peg. The instructions were terrible. Agree! Take a look at the parts picture. It is easy if you use common sense. I adjusted the bike by shaking it. It is going to your destination. Oh yes... No common sense people... There is no off loading your bike pics. The bottom line. I look forward to my first trip with my bikes because of the inexpensive, sturdy, easy to assemble bike rack. The bike rack is very EXPENSIVE but at a fraction of the cost of a bike shop rack. Those of you that can't figure it out will get totally assembled bike racks. There are bike shops waiting for you. Enjoy your travels with your bikes.
It only takes a few minutes to assemble and the upright ratchet arms can be adjusted to different bike frame sizes. Keeps your bike stable. Sturdy design includes a built in anti-wobble hitch device. You can save yourself space. You can conveniently store it when it folds in to a compact mode. It'sTILE: It's compatible with 1-1/4" and 2-inch receiver Hitch. The maximum weight capacity is 35 Ibs per bike. There are separate accessory sales. The fat tire wheel trays have a Locking Hitch Pin or Security Cable.
👤I bought this rack 4 years ago. This is a capable and reliable carrier. It is light and well made. It looks like the picture. I won't be able to add anything new to the reviews, but I will give you better pictures so that you can make your own decision on the construction. I still use a strap to hold the wheels to the metal loops, even though I think it will probably not go anywhere once the top tube is pulled down. I only use the rack for one bike and it only weighs 21 pounds. It's easy to carry in one hand when it's not on the car.
👤I just bought this and broke it during assembly. I am hopeful that the company will replace the broken parts because the instructions were not clear and I used a magnifying glass to see them. If you purchase this, I've learned 3 things you might find helpful. The set screw on the 2" sleeve is difficult to remove, as well as several other reviewers. I needed a small pipe to slip over the allen wrench to turn it. The instructions don't say where the various washers and lock washers go. The lock washers go on the two large set screws, the 4 flat washers go on the quick adjust knobs, and the other washers go on the two large set screws. Match them up with the right size screws. If the "quick adjust" does not tighten easily, do not turn harder as that will strip them. They will tighten easily if you switch them to the other side of the tire holder rack. I stripped 2 of the quick change knobs before figuring out my mistake. I hope he replaces them.
👤Just returned from the road trip and had a vintage Schwinn Hollywood women's bike. I bought a cross-bar accessory for the bike so that the hook on the rack could be tightened. I used straps on both wheels, but I don't think that's necessary, the bike rode solid as a rock. I think you're doing something wrong if your bike falls off the rack. I'm going to take this rack on a 4,000 mile road trip and will update this review after I'm sure there are no issues. I can't see how there will be problems with it. The assembly instructions are so bad that I'm going with four stars. If step 1 is meaningless, you're going to have trouble putting this together. If yours comes like mine, you will also have left-over parts. I called the helpful customer service people in Canada to make sure I had it right after figuring out where they should go. There is a You will probably have 4 washers. The sliding wheel trays are locked down by those under the knobs. When you put them on, they won't be left over. There is a You are likely to have two lock washers. The factory left the upright arm and the two side arms off if yours comes with them. The two nuts hold the two bolts on the brackets. You will have to disassemble and reassemble them. Make sure to get the bike back together if you want to avoid the risk of dumping it on the road.
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