There is free security. With tie down straps for wheels and locking feature included you will have peace of mind knowing your bike is secured to the rack whether on the road or parked. Carry any bike, including disc brakes, thru axles, and full suspension bikes, with or without wheels and tires up to three inches. Load your bike on this wheel-on mount and Front Loader will hold it upright as you secure it. The crossbar spread must be between 16 and 48 inches and be assembled out of the box. It's a great option for carbon fiber and custom paint jobs if you have no frame contact. 2 SKS locks can be added to lock your bike to the mount and the base rack.
👤I was very excited to get my rack. I had to put my bike in the back of my car. The biggest problem I have with it is that they don't include locks, which is why I'm only giving it three stars. I paid over $200 for this rack and now you want me to pay an additional$40 for a pair of locks? That's ridiculous. The unit can be taken off of the bars in about a minute. Put a locking core in there and stop being cheap. There is a It can fit down to 26" tires and up to 29ers for those still interested. I have a set of mine that fits the front tire very securely. I drove the bike for 50 miles after I got it and it didn't budge. If you have a VW, the rack is compatible with the bars.
👤This is a good rack. It will work with all kinds of bikes, you can adjust it if you have the right tire size. There is a You don't have to remove the front wheel from the bike to load it. The rack is perfect for a bike with a carbon fiber fork because it doesn't attach to the fork. There is a The cable lock on the rack will keep your bike out of your car. The lock won't stop a master thief, it's there to prevent an amateur from grabbing your bike. There is a The lock's core is not included in the rack and you need to make it work. You can buy the core on Amazon. . The cores are numbered. If you already own a couple, you want to make sure to order one with a serial number that matches all the others, so that one key will fit all your locks. The key has the number stamped on it. If the locks on your car are all A1234, you want to order the same number again. There is a Is it clear as mud? You bet!
👤There is something going on here. I recently bought a mountain bike that was above average. For the past few weeks, I've been researching bike racks for my vehicle. Dropping my back and rear seats down, removing the bike tire, and popping the bike in the trunk was not a viable long term solution. I thought I would buy a rear loading exterior mount to solve the problem. Many people complained of paint wear, scratches, and rust from where the rubber coated hooks touch the vehicle paint. I removed the rear mount from my list. I looked into getting a tow bar for my vehicle, but it doesn't have one. I could not justify spending $600 plus on installation and another $200 on a bike rack that was attached to a hitch for a bike that was not very expensive. There is a I looked into roof mounts. Most of them required you to remove the wheel. The bike was barely a step up from being put in the trunk. I kept looking. There is a I was looking for a bike carrier for roof Racks. The reviews were good and the locking mechanism was interesting. There is a The package arrived on time and in good shape. You can use it out of the box, but I recommend buying the YAKIMA - SKS Lock Cores Car Rack System Components. There are two lock slots on this rack. There is a You can use one key for both locks, and the locks are easy to install. Installation of a roof is easy. It is difficult to align it with your vehicle's cross bar locations. There is a The rack is strong. I own a larger mountain bike. The frame is 19 inches and the tires are 29 inches. The rack was snug as I drove to the bike path. The locks are nice, but they are not heavy duty security. The main lock will deter people from stealing your YAKIMA roof bike rack, but the second cable lock is thin and can easily be cut with wire snips. If you're going to leave your bike on the roof, you should get a more expensive bike lock. Your bike is in the rack. There is a I drive an SUV. I can easily lift my bike over my head because I am 6 feet tall. It takes a little practice lifting the bike up onto the rack. If you are vertically challenged, you might need a step stool to load your bike. I need to open my rear door and step on the door sill to load my bike, even though I have a size advantage. I drive an SUV again. There is a clearance! There is a bike on the roof. I have to make sure I remember I have an extra few feet on top of my car. This might not be the rack for you if you are forgetting. I can see people on their phones trying to pull into their garage with a bike on their roof. Oof! There is a I am happy with my purchase. I will update my review if things change. Happy driving!
2 SKS locks can be added to lock your bike to the mount and the base rack. It is easy to exaggerate. The STANDARD is easy to assemble with no tools required. Load your bike and you are ready to go! CONVENIENT: The upright roof top carrier is easy to attach to your roof rack. It works for square, round and oval bars. There is free security. The bikes are locked up. 9mm Quick Release skewers anchor your bikes to the rack. It'sTILE: The design is versatile and fits most vehicles.
👤I ordered one for my car. It worked well. I decided to write my own review after ordering a second one. Even though the directions need some work, they were easy to assemble. I still use a strap to make sure my bike is secured to my cross bars, even though I have never been 100% comfortable with my bike being on a roof rack. The mount comes off with 6 hand nuts. I wouldn't leave my bike on my car and go into a building for an extended period of time. It's easy to add this mount to your car, but it's also easy to remove. It's a great value but security features are found in higher end products. This is the bike mount for you if you're okay with that.
👤I needed these for a single trip this summer. The only bike rack that fit the car I was using was the one that cost a thousand bucks, but these were the only ones that fit. The setup was fairly easy, but it was not hard to figure it out from the illustrations, and they were strong, tight and secure. We put two bikes on the roof, and could easily fit a third on top of the car. It looks like it will work with any car. The reason I like these is they're cheap. I'm not buying a rack that costs more than my bikes. These things feel bullet-proof and well built to me, but it almost seems like there is an issue with the quality, because they are priced so well. I was really happy to go with them.
👤I wanted to mount these on a bar. By the third assembly, I was able to put these together. I was worried about how the assembly would go since reviewers complained about how difficult it was to put together. I looked at the picture on the box for guidance after putting them together. I can see how some people would struggle. You end up with extra U-bolts to accommodate different people. You have to guess the location of the fork mount. If you want to see if the location of the rear tire is right for you, you can assemble all the components and see if you like it. You want the nylon strap to line up with the center point of the rear wheel. It makes it much easier to tighten the rear wheel. If you can't change your bike tire than putting this rack together will be a challenge. There is a The racks work well. They are flimsy in the tray portion, but that doesn't matter since all the load is on the fork mount and that portion of the rack is sturdy. The holes for U-bolts in the tray should be slightly larger. I can get them through, but the U-bolt has to be in line with the tray.
👤We have expensive bikes. Taking our car to the mountains. I think after almost 2k miles of them on our roof, this is what I think. There is a My husband didn't like them. He wanted us to rent bikes. If we can't get them hooked up where I feel confident we will return them, I bought them. I got into a few arguments with someone and had them put together on the car. The first and second tip. Don't put the "crack" towards the front if you put them on where the steel rods come together. The overlap crack should be facing the rear. If you don't drive it will whistle. Make sure you leave enough room for the back tire when you get up there. Don't hang off the front. The bikes are on. Our front wheels are held onto the bike with a locking mechanism on it. We had to take the rod out, bike up, and then slip it through the hole because one of our bikes wouldn't fit over it. The bike was right over it. If a bike can fit over it, it can also come off of it while driving. So tip 3. The locking mechanism is used. If pushed one way it loses it's ability to open it. The opposite way locks it. You have to get up there and look at it. We were coming home after getting frustrated and I didn't realize it. The locking mechanism should be against the bike. Not sticking out. If you have to lose the screw side to get it to tighten and lock...then you should. There is a We put a brown paper bag under it to keep it from scratching the rails. We also got some heavy duty tie downs. The suckers could hold a motor cycle. I thought the bikes would be well held. They were used to keep the bike chains away from it. The motorcycle hold downs had an extra tail. We were stuck inside the door. They whistle in the wind if not pulled tight. The tie downs cost under $30 on Amazon. I was nervous the first night of driving. My eyes were always up. The first night... All good. The husband never got over 77mph. There is a I was starting to feel a little more confident after about 800 miles. We got caught in a flash flood and we're still driving 60+ mph. The car causes a little vibration. You could still tell... Yes, they are on there. There is a If we went over abump to fast, it made me nervous. It sounded like metal was jumping and it came loose. I started yanking on everything after we got there. I thought it was the peddles moving up and down on a piece of furniture. They would clank when they came down. 2,000 miles. I'm sold on these things. Make sure you pull up the bike to make sure it's secure. To be extra secure, get extra straps. Go have fun with those bikes on. There is a The last picture is proof that we made it in one piece.
You should protect your gear. Add SKS. The locks on the bike and the vehicle are sold separately. The newest VACUUM-MOUNTED TECHNOLOGY is new. The vacuum mount bike carrier system consists of a high quality steel deck with three 6 inch vacuum mounts that are home to the one fork holders and a separate vacuum-mounted rear wheel holders. The rubber pad used for the cups is UV and weather resistant and can be attached to flat and cured surfaces. Synthetic rubber does not damage your car paint. Two multi- applications and easy installation. Most types of vehicles are compatible with the Vacuum Mount Complete Bike Rack System. SUVs, sedans, vans, busses, trucks, cars, electric vehicles, and even convertibles. It can be installed in less than 2 minutes. This model uses a fork-mount, or fork-mount with a thru-axle. It's compatible with both the QR and thru-axles. The package includes 5 sizes of adapters. No need to buy an extra accessory for your bike. 4 powerFUL SUCTION: Each of the 6 mounts is rated to a 200lb pull force. And. If sealed fully, they can hold up to 48 hours. The red-line indicator is used to warn users of vacuum losses. If it shows less than 100% vacuum left, you can simply pump the plunger until you reach the original vacuum pressure. They provide a canvas bag for better storage, great for rental cars, and pack easily into any suitcase for airline travel.
👤I was looking for a portable bike rack when I found the sucker type racks. I decided to search for a company that specialized in commercial grade suction cups as these are the working components of the suction type rack. I bought the IMT rack after finding it. This thing is very large. Solid construction with heavy duty cups. It came with a sturdy storage case and an assortment of axle adapters to accommodate different fork configurations. I have no doubts about putting $5,000 worth of bike on this rack. Well done, IMT.
👤It was great for my golf. Holds my twostroke and T7 without any worry. 75 mph highway. The bike is moving a bit side to side, but the suction is not going to budge if you have the bike attached correctly. Attach the bike to the rack before putting it on the car. You can put the bike with the rack down and put it on right away. If you try to get the bike onto the rack while it is attached to the car, it will damage your hood. Attach the front fork to the front rack, the rear wheel to the rear cup, and flip the bike upside down. Before you let go, make sure the bike is attached and upright by putting the front cup on your car. Put the rear cup where you want it to be locked. Simple once you get used to it.
👤The stability of these is great. They are easy to remove. The only problem I have with the installation is that the rear wheel mount tends to curl up before I can get the wheel under it. If there were loops on the end to grab onto it would be easier to manipulate. I'm still working on a tether or lock setup that will be secure for local trips, but I'm sure it will be enough for long trips once I have that extra safety attachment. I left it on the kitchen counter for a night to test them out. I was able to pull the counter top up off the cabinets when I tried to pull it off by twisting or pulling. These are an excellent value over a more expensive brand.
👤I'm new to biking. There is no luggage rack on the roof of my small car. My options were either a cup mount or a rack. I went with this one. It works the way it is supposed to. There is a I attach the front mount to my bike after removing the tire, then put it in the back seat, and pray I get the forks into it. When I put it over the passenger side, I was able to see the front mount and know it was still engaged. I've only been on the roof a couple of times. I'm getting more confident that it will stick, even though I'm nervous it's going to go flying off. I pull it off when I get back at my car. I don't want someone who knows what they are doing to take them away. I would like to be able to open the quick release on the mount a bit wider to make it easier to drop the bike onto it. The nut comes off if you loosen it too much. This is a good solution for a one person rider and a short car. It wouldn't work if you needed to move two bikes. It would be hard to get the forks to align if our car is tall.
It'sTILE: The design is versatile and fits most vehicles. Carry almost any bike, it's simple to use, and it's compatible with 26 to 29" wheels and 23mm to 4" tires. The low profile tray is an ideal option for carbon fiber bikes and custom paint jobs. T-Slot compatible with SmarT-Slot conversion kit is required for most roof rack. The Torque Right tightening knob is easy to use and secures your bike with precision. 2 SKS locks can be added to lock your bike to the mount and the base rack.
👤It was exactly as advertised. On a 600 mile drive to Lassen, I took 2 bikes. All was made to order. bungee cord them It was used on a Model 3. No issues! There were no cracking noises. Two thumbs up.
👤I'm sure the rack is okay, but the max bar height is 36in. My 2016 Tucson has a min install of 38 inches. Oh my gosh.
👤The HighRoad mount was the one that I settled on after a lot of research. It was easy to install, and when I put my road bike up into it, it was secure. It would hold up on the road. I was hoping that this would be a rack I could easily take off, as I don't want to leave as a rack like this attached all the time, and I use my car for work purposes. The rack is attached to my roof rails in about 5 minutes. I didn't want to have to remount whenever I wanted to go somewhere for a ride. I had to use a stepstool to get up tall enough to mount the rack and secure my bike. There is a After discussing it with my wife, I returned the rack for a hitch mount, so we both can load and unload our bike. I chose the Sagman Chinook rack for my hitch because it fits my Forester. If you are going with a roof mount, I would suggest considering your hitch options. I thought the roof mount was going to be cheaper than a hitch mount, but it turned out that non-Yakima or Thule brands were cheaper than I thought. Going to do the hitch installation on the car and not having to worry about getting bikes up on the roof. There is a Best to you!
👤Since I had it, it did what it was supposed to do. There were no issues. I've probably had to take it off about 3 or 4 times. It may have been too many times. I can't use the front right rivet because it doesn't tighten. I got this in December of last year. It is May of 2020. I will contact them and see what they have to say. It will cost $50 to ship it to them, so I am responsible for that. I shouldn't have to do that because I paid for it. Hope this helps.
👤I had a Honda bike rack on my Element that I needed to replace. I needed a new rack that would fit my larger tire width after I purchased my wife and myself a 27.5plus bike. The Yakima Highroads are very easy to install, and it's much easier to load bikes into without having to deal with the downtube grabber. The sleek styling makes up for the fact that they are a little bulky, but they are low to the rack. Don't forget to grab the locks for the integrated bike lock.
👤I didn't want to put on an existing hitch mount because it was awkward and I was concerned about damaging the frame. The rack arrived in 2 days. It was mounted in less than 30 minutes. It was nice to see a shadow the whole way after my first drive, but I was skeptical at first. Used 4 times and no issues. Get the locks with these rock. I am 6' and right at the level to mount the bike, so I only have to note the fact that I am stepping up in the door jam. I hold the crank arm and the retaining bar in place while I screw the bike in, because I lift the bike by the crank arm and the front shock and it goes right in. The mechanism is easy to secure.
We provide a canvas bag for better storage, great for rental cars, and pack easily into any suitcase for airline travel. A bike rack for one bike. The mount dial controls the force going into the bike frame. Soft claw pads are adapted to your bike's frame. As you secure your bike, the frame holder and wheel tray position it. The wheel holders are stable by quick release straps. The carrier can be switched from one side of the vehicle to the other. Lock bike to a vehicle.
👤The video explains why the gear is a problem. I don't think I got a bad one after looking at the inside of the gear housing. There is a design issue that they need to address to make this safe. I was disappointed that it did not come with locking cylinders. It should be ready for road use.
👤It's a Thule... Good brand? You would think. A good selection of products that have been around for a long time would be expected to be a decent product. Be prepared for a disappointment. It appears that like many other companies, Thule is going downhill. I have been a fan of the Thule brand for over 20 years. I have been seeing a trend in the prices of the products in the Thule line. The ProRide XT bike carrier broke after just 3 uses. The jaw of the bike was not open with the springy motion that it used to have after it made a loud snap while we were putting it on. Being more than 6' off the ground is very difficult and you have to hold the release button and push the jaw open. How disappointing. I'm going to buy a different brand after returning the carrier to Amazon. The roof rack foot pack looks TERRIBLE, very poorly designed, and I'm rather disappointed with the fitment and style. It's time to go with a different brand of rack. I was shown another example that brand loyalty is meaningless. I was hoping that you wouldn't fall into this pit of crappy quality products at ever increasing prices, but alas, you are no more deserving of loyalty than any other company. If Swegman garbage quality is what I have to buy, then I'm not paying top notch prices.
👤I bought the Proride XT to replace the old Thule Big Mouth. I had no problem installing the rack. My biggest problem is getting the bike onto the rack. The first time I tried it, it took about 4 tries. I was hoping with a little experience things would get better, but it turns out 4 attempts is my best score. The Big Mouth had a deep channel that ran the entire length of the rack. Once you secured the bike with the tire and Big Mouth, you could roll the bike back and forth to position it. The rack has no channel. It has shallow tire receivers that are easy to slide on. You will need to lean the bike toward you so the bike can clear the pedals and frame if you manage to hoist the bike and get them positioned correctly. When I do that, the bike falls on me, I curse a lot, and it's back to square one. There is a What am I missing here? I'm loading a mountain bike, not a road bike. Follow up Oct 8. It took a fair amount of trial and error to get to the point where I can load the bike up first time. These steps worked for me. The bike should be put on the two receivers. 2. Attach the wheel straps to the bike with one hand. 3. Lean the bike toward you. 4. The bike has a rack on it. 5. Stand the bike up. The rack and wheel straps need to be tightened.
2 SKS locks can be added to lock your bike to the mount and the base rack. Most DISC BRAKES are compatible with this. It's for bikes that use a standard 100mm x 9mm quick release front hub. A wide range of bike lengths is possible with the sliding wheel tray. There is a roof rack required. It's necessary to have a crossbar spread minimum of 16 and maximum of 42. No frame contact means your bike's paint doesn't get scratched, and ForkLift holds the bike by the front and rear wheel. You should protect your gear. Add SKS. The locks on the bike and the vehicle are sold separately.
👤I purchased this based on the claim that it fits almost any bar. It fit the factory bars on my car. Here's the thing... It's too long for the Venza as it has a factory installed roof spoiler that moves with the trunk lid and the end of the rack that protrudes just far enough back to prevent the hatch from opening fully. Since it takes too long to provide support, I made it my own. I cut 3 inches off the ends and tapped new holes for the retainers. Primed it and painted it. It was installed again. It fits perfectly now, the only thing that happens is the back of my rear bike tire touches the spoiler when I open the hatch, but it won't cause damage and it doesn't prevent it from opening all the way so there's no pressure on the roof rack or roof The rack is easy to use. The fork retainer was locked by installing the lock cores from the SKS. If you have a flat roof vehicle and the bars are further forward, this rack will work for you.
👤I have used this rack many times over the course of a year after I bought it from REI. The rack is a good solution for my Mazda 5 roof bars, though it's difficult to get my heavy Electra Townie on and off the car. I bought a second rack in December. The old rack had a "skewer" design. The locking/folding head screws on and off were on the old skewer. The locking/folding head is fixed to the bolt, and the cap on the opposite side screws on. The new design isn't as secure as the old one. The old locking head can't be removed when a bike is locked in, even if someone is able to remove it with a hacksaw or something. The lock is irrelevant because the new skewer has a screw-off cap that can be removed. There is a The old skewer and the new one are shown in the attached photo. I heard back from the support team. The mechanism in the new end cap on the skewer is similar to the locking mechanism on the old skewer. The cap cannot be removed easily if it is tight against the fork. Two stars are back.
👤Mountain bikers ride their bikes. I needed access to my back window, so I purchased this rack. The opening of the rear window and door was hindered by the Tow Hitch Racks. A roof rack was the next best solution. You have to have strength in your upper body to load and unload bikes. The weight of your bike and the load you can handle are major issues. My truck's two bike roof rack would exceed the rack's weight bearing load, so keep that in mind. The height of the vehicle is several feet taller with bike onboard, so garage doors, drive-thrus, and low branched trees are all new dangers. If you're like me, the whole rack and bike can be removed without unlocking the rack, ie theft, if you have a car/truck cross beam that's removed without tools. I think it looks cool. I like it, but it is new so I hope it works out. There is a When loading or unloading, put a tarp or thick towel on the roof to keep it from being scratched.
Go for it. Put your bike on the roof if you want to travel with it. It is time to say goodbye to the bike rack roof. It'sTILE: Most bike and water sports accessories will fit the ROAMER 84" Cross Bars. They can be used to mount solar panels on a camper. Most carriers and accessories are accepted by the square steel bars. They can be used as a car top carrier to carry kayaks or as an RV camper to haul bikes. Help guide through an easy installation was provided by the directions. The roof rack crossbars have provided bolt-down hardware and rubber pad mounts that are perfect for a generic installation on a flat surface. You can cut the cross bars to fit your application. STURDY: The black powder coat finish on the steel makes them strong and stable. A universal roof rack that can hold kayaks and bikes at the same time is a must. Inexpensively haul bikes, kayaks and other cargo up to a maximum of 75 lbs. Use it as a car roof rack to carry mountain bikes or kayaks. RV rated: rack mount works perfectly on different sized trailers and campers Tent trailers, truck canopies, and tonneau covers are all compatible. 4 metal feet and 2 cross bars are included.
👤The material is good and resistant. It is easy to install if you know how to read the roof. The instructions help. The package was disappointing. He ran all over the world. He was destroyed when he arrived. I would have given it 1 star instead of 4 because it did not suffer damage. I put it in my pop up camper to carry a canoe. The canoe was not placed in the center as shown in the instructions because my camper has an air conditioning unit. I had no other choice but to place the canoe on the right side. I think it was stable.
👤I bought this for my pop up camper. I attached my pop up camper to the roof because it has rails on the sides. The hardware I bought did not fit through the holes of the bar stools, and it did not match my railing system. I had to drill larger holes. It works well now. It needed some tweaking to work.
👤I needed a roof rack that was on top of my shell. Most racks are useless for what I need. The rack was easy to install. I have a kayak, surfboard, and roof basket at the same time. It makes camping trips easier and frees up bed space. It's a third of the price of almost all the rack on Amazon and made in the USA.
👤It was put on a tonneau cover to carry four bikes. Bars are very strong and thick. The legs and hardware do the job. They are very wide so be prepared to cut them down for the installation of a truck on a camper.
👤I wanted to add a kayak mount system to our trailer. I read the reviews and decided to try them out. I'm very satisfied with the fit and quality of the components. I would recommend this product to anyone who is looking to mount kayak rack on a vehicle.
👤The sleeve where the bars go together has a small nut tacked on too lightly. The tack broke off on both sleeves as I tightened the screw, which made it difficult for me to tighten the screw all the way. When I hit a bump, my bars bounce a bit because the screw is loose. Something is going to have to be custom now.
👤The flat surface of the roof of a truck camper is a good place to install these racks. I only used the square-ended sections to fit the small travel Pod, because I had to space them at 26-1/8".
👤I put these on the back of my truck bed cover. I popped the end cover off of the extension and only used half the bar. It was perfect across the hard cover. I'm using it with two bike carriers. Installation was easy and the directions were good. It took about an hour to align, measure, and install the covers.
👤La barre transversale is indispensable. I n'est pas. Sinon, le poids des vélos faire. Donc trs légers!
Installation of bike and bicycle car Racks can be done in a few minutes. Allbicycle car racks come with professional consulting services. They will provide you with a solution within 24 hours if you contact them. A car is top car. A simple, low-cost solution to carrying your kayak. There is a brand new toxicity. The Kayak Carrier mounts to almost all load bars. The kayak is secured on its side by the carrier, consuming less space on the load bar. The kayak rack is on the ladder rack bar. A full size truck can hold up to 4 sets of kayak racks. You should save your space. The steel design has padding for carrying strength and kayak protection. J style carrier leaves roof space and is rust- resistant, so it is easy to install and remove. It's compatible with most load bars. The finish is powder-coated. Before purchasing, please check the authenticity of the timepiece. Before purchasing, please check the authenticity of the timepiece.
👤The part that would fit over the factory bars is only one and a half and it's not a good fit for a small roof rack. They would be very strong. Everything came on time, but they don't fit!
👤My 2003 4 door blazer works great with these. It fits. The kayaks that we have are the Ascend FS10 and Future Beach Fusion 10. It was easy to assemble. Some people think it's hard. Don't let them frighten you. If you can build a small set of Legos for kids, you can put them on your car. If you are using all four J-bars for two kayaks and only one person doing the labor, the times are as follows: -First time assembly and installation to the roof: 1 hour -Loading two kayaks first time: 30 minutes -Unloading two kayaks They don't need to be disassembled to be removed from the roof. They are strong. I loaded and strapped down my kayaks and shook them as I watched the sides of my roof bend. There was no play in the kayak or the J-bars. I didn't trust the cam straps. I loaded the kayaks, strapped them in, shook them and was able to pull the straps loose. I can't knock a star off because of how much more expensive brand name J-hooks are. You need to order better straps if you want this to be a 5/5 star product. I had a cheap tow strap in my garage. Tow straps can warp plastic kayaks, so I don't recommend them. I've used tow straps the past few outings but this season I plan on investing in a better set of cam straps. The link to replacement patches has been changed. I replaced the straps that came with the product. I was able to carry my kayak on a 4 hour trip using the J-bars and cam straps. I didn't review those. They are a good product.
👤They were great until a tree fell on my car. I bought them with a lifetime warranty. I contacted the seller and they said no one would own the warranty. I paid more money to get this and am not satisfied. I have been trying my hardest to get the replacement, but it has not worked out. There is a Do not purchase this item because it will have a LIFETIME WARRANTY. It won't happen.
👤Quality and function for a fraction of the price. These were great for my Honda Pilot. I bought aftermarket cross bars to make it easier to remove them. Also from Amazon, for $40. There is a For under $100. I have a kayak rack with J bars that can be removed in less than 5 minutes. There is a They arrived in 2 days thanks to Prime and were packaged individually and easy to assemble. There is a Do not use the tool provided, or you will be at it for hours. There is a The nuts have a rubber ring. The bolts are in the middle. Follow the instructions provided in the diagram. Installation is made easier by a helpers work.
Guarantee sale: All of their items are guaranteed to be of the highest quality. They are at your service if you have any issues with their item. Installation in 6 steps. The bike rack is easy to install and carry. The bicycle can be secured to the roof with the help of quick-release fasteners and synthetic rubber vacuum suction cups. It does not damage the paint or sheet metal. Synthetic rubber cups are used to get on the roof, which will not damage the paint and sheet metal. The frame has a maximum load-bearing capacity of 50 kilogrammes. ability. The top bicycle rack is suitable for all road bikes, mountain bikes, and soft-tail vehicles that support quick release and barrel axle forks. It can be used for all cars with vacuum cups. Stability The vacuum pump has a cup. The crank can be fixed with a high- strength Velcro, which will prevent the pedal from wearing the car top cover. Aerodynamic The aerodynamic frame shape can make your driving environment more comfortable. Aerodynamic The aerodynamic frame shape can make your driving environment more comfortable.
👤I own a Ford Transit Connect. It was difficult to install the rear wheel suction cups because of the grooves in the roof. The raised roof area has a cup diameter of 6. It took a lot of effort to get the cups on the surface of the cups. If the rear wheel cups had a smaller diameter, it would fit my transit better. We heard unnerving "pop" noises from the roof when we were on the road. It sounded exactly like you would imagine, but it wasn't because the cups were secure. Maybe it was the sound of the roof collapsing? It made us too nervous to continue. We love our bikes. We didn't want to kill someone if the bikes flew off the car. The noises were frightening. We spent an hour installing it, 10 minutes driving with it, and 12 hours with two kids, two cats, and two bikes in our vehicle. Not enjoyable.
👤I bought this product twice. One of the cups was not functional. I bought a new one after returning it. The same thing happened again. There was a non-functional cup. If I am paying $200 for a bike rack, everything should work perfectly. It took almost 20 minutes to set up because of the difficulty of getting the cups to fit and the amount of effort needed to suck them into place. I went through the set-up and drive process many times, and I know for a fact that I did everything correctly. The units were malfunctioning. Buy at your own risk. You risk having your bike fall off if the quality control is not very high. I learned something. Either get a trunk-mounted/hitch one or spend on a quality suction cup mount. The risk of these cheaper cups with poor quality control is frightening. I came back twice. Don't be like me.
👤It seems like a good mount. I didn't get the correct accessory for my bike. I need the adapters that come with the rack. I will change my review. Thanks in advance!
👤I traveled from California to Texas and it was easy to install and remove.
👤This product is wonderful. It works well and is very easy to use. I drove out to Monterey with 2 bikes after installing this on my mustang GT. It worked perfectly and I drove over the speed limit.
👤The edge of one of the cups has rotted off. It is still working at this time but probably not in the next few months. The thing is basically useless now that one of the cups has lost it's power.
IKURAM Lifetime Warranty is backed by it. IKURAM bike carrier racks are backed by professional consulting services. For more information, please visit the IKURAM web site. 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'sTILE: 2 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.
👤I like this back rack. It came in a big box with well written instructions and assembly went with a hitch. That's right. There are three locks on this rack, one on each bike center tube hook and one on the hitch pin. If you don't have any bikes, it can be folded up on the car. I use a regular hitch pin that doesn't need to be screwed in and the rack feels really solid going down the road. Highly recommended.
👤It had everything I was looking for, and it didn't cost me more than $400, which was great. I wanted a rack for my bike. My E-bike is 60 lbs. and most rack couldn't carry it over 35 lbs. You would have to buy a tray just for 4 tires to get the $400 that the racks had. The price is unbeatable for what you get and everything about this carrier is exactly what I was looking for. Also works well. I'm confident that I'll be able to carring my bikes anywhere.
👤I needed a bike rack since the better trails and roads are an hour or so away from home. I was initially shocked by the high prices of bike Racks on the market such as the $750 Thule aluminum & plastic carrier. There is a All load bearing parts are steel and heavy duty. The bike is hanging from the top tube rather than sitting securely on the bike wheels. The bike frame is secured with a hook. There is a Lift gate access and easy loading are possible with the tilt feature. There is a The construction is well designed. There is a If you only have one bike, you don't need to use a lot of wheel carriers. There are pros and cons. There are straps on the wheel that are designed to prevent any bounce and the hook that holds the bike down. I already had better and heavier duty motorcycle wheel tie-down straps that would hold on to the bike in the event of a catastrophic failure of the hook, which is why they were a bit short for 4 tires. There is a This rack was very pleased with itself. I think it's the best for the price and features.
👤This is a let down. Everyone likes this rack. The issue I had with the stand was that it sits at a 100-115 degree angle towards the back of the car not allowing a second bike to fit without the handle bar edging the back window of my van. It's crazy. I was going to buy a 7 inch hitch extension to seat the bikes further out from the window. There is a But... On my second local outing with my bike, the turn knob broke free and I didn't turn the screw because I was spinning freely. I had to disassemble my bike to get it out from under the arm which held it. Why was it lucky? The second bike is locked into a lower point of contact because the knob that broke is on the upper arm. The lower arm is trapped by the upper arm. I would have to cut the metal to get the second bike out. There is a There is a problem with PLASTIC. It's never a good idea to make anything that requires tightening and securing plastic. The plastic being so open to the environment and in a vital point of usage will cause the racks to be stripped out or rotted within 2 years. Everyone will have an incident like this, and it will happen to them later on. The rack is smart and people are giving great reviews. They will not be happy later. There is a It was disappointing to say the least. The rack is poorly constructed and designed.
There is an accessory included: an Adapter. The bike is being moved and the Lenox comes with an accessory to reduce the wobble of the bike. When not in use, Lenox can be used for simple storage. It works on most sedans/Hatchbacks/Minivans and SUV's. Soft cradles are made to protect your bike frame. Carry arms that are foldable when not in use. The bike carrying system is simple. It folds down for convenient storage and allows for rear vehicle access. Transports up to 2 bikes. Transports up to 2 bikes.
👤The video shows how to unfold the rack. Do not spin! You are removing them! If you follow his directions, the handles will fly apart and you will spend 30 minutes getting it back together. Turn the handles out. Not a good bike rack. It is. I can't return it because it was in Chinese and Amazon.
👤I bought this for my car. A. The instructions were not very useful. There is a My door wouldn't close when I got it on. C. I had to change it around to keep it out of the vehicle. There is a Conclusions: This was a total waste of money. I need a new bike rack. There is a Do not buy this bike rack if you have a RAV 4.
👤We did not get instructions. We are a day past the return policy so we can't return it. I can't get in touch with the company. Anyone know how to do it? Ours sits too low to the ground and we think it's faulty. There is a We will change review if the company contacts us.
👤The first step of adjusting the rails was awful. The springs came out when the screws popped off. It took me 30 minutes to get this fixed. It wasn't hard after that. Even though the bolts were tight, my bike slid off the rack as I drove. You will need to tie some of the straps around the bike frame to keep it from sliding off the rack onto the ground. Very dangerous. They should have done something about this. It does seem stable once it is on. I'm afraid to put the bikes on it because they could slide off. I only use one bike at a time.
👤It is easy to install. It is cheap. You need to secure a bike for short distances. Good for SUVs and sedans. There is a It was terrible for 2 bikes. It does not hold up. I still recommend one bike for short distances. There is a I wouldn't use it on bumpy roads.
👤There are design flaws in this bike rack. The rubber straps are easy to unhook and the rubber mounts hold the bike frame in place.
👤The bike carrier is easy to remove from the van gate. It's perfect for carrying a couple of bikes and for quick storage when out on the trails.
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