The bicycle car carrier rack is easy to install. There are hooks to protect car paint. It is easy to set up a cradle clamps. Due to customizability, some assembly is required. PLATFORM STYLE 2-BIKES CARRIER Up to 2 bikes can easily be transported with the Sturdy Steel Structure and Stable Platform. The car fit type is universal. The bikeRACK HITCH is aTILE. It is designed to fit the trailer hitch receiver. 90 lbs is the maximum weight capacity for a bike. It fits most bikes frames with 17 to 47 inches. There is a distance between two bikes. There are two moored hooks. Two foam-padded hooks can be slid down over the vertical frame to fit a different size bike frame for safe and reliable transport. Four wheel cradles with knobs can be adjusted along horizontal bars to accommodate bikes of different lengths. Bike wheels are secured into a wheel cradle with tire straps. The rack folds in to a compact size to access the car rear boot or easy storage when not in use. The rack folds in to a compact size to access the car rear boot or easy storage when not in use.
👤The bike rack is heavy. The materials are solid and don't feel like they will break soon. It comes with everything you need to set it up, and you can even get extras if you need them. It is heavy and looks overwhelming, but it is easy to put together. I like that it can be adjusted to fit different bike sizes. This is a good find.
👤It's difficult to find a good quality bike rack. I took a chance with this one, and it works perfectly. It is made of thick steel and has a stabilizing plate that will keep the hitch from wobbling. If you can tolerate their briefness, this is not a deal breaker. This bike rack is an excellent one that is comparable to some costing over two times more with the addition of 4 strategically placed washers. I added these parts because I like assembly. You don't need the extra washers to make it usable. I only have one bike. The bar can be extended from the truck hitch to the vertical support bar to open SUV hatches. I haven't found any bar flex carrying my bike. The bike retaining assembly and the bike holding rack are both 30 inch long and can be removed from the main support bar. I was very pleased with this purchase.
👤We decided on this rack because we needed a better way to haul our bikes. We can use it on both of our vehicles. We used a padlock and cable to secure the bikes to the vehicle, and an additional CZC hitch tightening plate to take some of the slack out of the brackets and bar. I traveled from our home in Louisiana to Tennessee in my SUV with the bike rack secured and loaded up. 500 miles of highway to get there, up and down mountains, rough roads, rain, and left unattended many times. We had peace of mind that our bikes were in place, and the rack held up. The back up camera was used. This is not a big issue, but we can still see behind us and use the mirrors. There is a We purchased an additional hitch plate. The hitch bar and the bike mounting brackets were not fastened into the bar. I felt better eliminating the slack and making the connection tighter. There is no swaying or rocking on the bikes. Everything is locked up. Replacing the hitch pin with a locking pin eliminated the concerns of a thief or vandal. No one will remove a bike from the rack if there is a 6 foot plastic coated cable and padlock. Added protection.
👤We were unable to use the products because of the missing parts. We had it all put together and then realized they were not in the box. The 2 hook brackets are labeled " Two Padded Hooks". The hooks can be slid down over the frame to fit a different size bike for safe and reliable transport. They weren't in the box. The bike rack needs hook brackets to work.
The trunk bike rack is strong and secure. The fit is secure with the 6-strap tightening system. The anti-sway cradles and spacing between bikes prevent contact. A wide variety of bikes and frames can be accommodated in the compact cradle design. Installation is quick and easy. Attach the cable lock to the bike rack. The bike rack folds down when not in use.
👤It's not easy to install. I didn't like how it fit after putting it on for the first time. I went to Thule's site to find out it's not a good idea for a RAV 4. I have to return it.
👤I have a 2020 highlander. I purchased it without a hitch, and I don't know why I didn't think of making sure it had a hitch. It was a bad choice on my end. I bought and returned 6 trunk bike racks that were not right for me. The weight of my bike made it hard for them to secure it, or I was terrified it was going to fall off, because I was 888-349-8884 I only tried this one because of the picture of the SUV on the front. I had nothing to lose and I was happy to try it. It fits securely, but they need to provid extra straps to secure it. The 2 bike rack that I have is not enough to hold all the straps. The company said the straps are out of stock. I found them on Amazon and I thought they would offer more. There are two slots that the strap goes through around your bike. Maybe they think that since there are 2 slots for the straps, I still have 1 extra. Its not that simple. The bottom of your bike will rock back and forth if you only use 2 straps per bike. I've used it 4 times so far and it was secure for several hours. It would be great to have a few extra straps since I combined 2 of the straps together to make it long enough to hold a paddle. You can't have a bike rack with only 5 straps.
👤A complicated piece of shit! The instructions are only designed for an engineer to follow. It is difficult to figure out which strap goes where. The rubber part of the strap makes it very difficult to release it from the bike tie down straps. It took to mount the rack because there is no way to lock it to your car, so anyone can remove it while you are out riding.
👤The rack seems to be used. One of the pins is pushed too far to allow the arm to move. It now works, but sticks, with the use of a screwdriver and hammer. The plastic coating on the strap ends is likely to cause scratches without extra padding. This would be returned if it wasn't for the fact that we can't get a replacement for a month.
The bar height can be adjusted for carrying and storage. The AirTrip bar technology has been linked to superior aerodynamics. WindDiffuser technology reduces noise and drag for improved fuel economy. Load stops help secure large loads. Installation requires no cutting or drilling. The rack is locked with four One-Key lock cylinders. When the weight is distributed evenly, it can hold up to 450 lbs. Limits may be different. Check the owners manual for your vehicle. The buyer's guide for recommended fits can be found here.
👤It sounds like it would be cool to have an adjustment rack. Not much in the application for a Chevy Colorado. It's not really Thule's fault. The colorado bed is a screwy design with the fuel port affecting the shape of the bed in such a way that it makes it impossible to lower the rack below roof height. I would have spent half as much if I had a non-adjustable rack. I'm not happy that the Colorado's fitment deficit was not mentioned in the reviews. It seems like a good design, and a definite plus that locks are included. It would get four stars if it fit my truck. It's too expensive to not adjust as advertised.
👤This is a great product. The bed liner prevents the rack from recessing all the way down, so it can only be lowered to about the 20 mark. The cross bars are on the cab roof. It works as advertised. There is a The XK4 silver or black clamps are needed to fit the bed rail system. There is a The pair doesn't whistle on the highway. All the end caps and screws need to be put in place. The bar end caps fell off of other users. Adding locktite or something to keep the end cap screws from coming loose might be a good idea. Don't overload it with materials because the cross bars will bend. The good deal on these racks is less than $600.00USD as of this year. There is a Many spare parts are available from Thule who may have one of their distributors mail them out. It will take some time to find parts that are not current.
👤It was installed this weekend and it is good quality. It's easy, but it took me a while to get it done. I make sure I'm doing everything right. The Thule XSporter Pro has an option to remove the rack when it's not being used for a while. I plan to use it for large fishing kayaks and camping trips. It won't be used all the time. I will be able to adjust the rear rack to make it easier to load the kayak and slide it up on the rack. It's still not easy, but it's easier. I got mine from East Coast Jeeps. I had no issues with shipping. The price was great. There is an update. I used this rack for two large fishing kayaks. The kayaks were handled well. I am very satisfied with it. The plastic pieces on the ends of the vertical supports are starting to break. The plastic cap on the bottoms of the mounts is breaking off as well. This is a big quality issue. I don't think they will last much longer. The cost of this truck rack needs to be addressed by the manufacturer and their parts supplier. These pieces can be made out of aluminum or plastic. I trimmed one star from my review because of this issue. Quality control can easily be used to resolve this issue. There is an update. It was on a 7 day trip with kayaks. It's still very sturdy and works well. It's easy to adjust. The plastic pieces are still junk. The aluminum rack is doing well. Along with the knobs. There are no issues there.
All types of bikes have a single platform bike rack. No frame contact is required for the best protection. It works with bike frames 20-29" and up to 5 tires. It works with both the 1.25" and the 2. It's ideal for mountain bikes, fat tires, and e- bikes. Lock the bikes to the rack and rack to vehicle with included locks. Product weight: 29 lbs.
👤The first picture was from a guys review. He got the plastic part placed backwards. My bike fits perfectly and is way longer than his. Almost didn't like the review.
👤Even though the installation was frustrating, I had to give this unit five stars because it feels so solid, well made, and rugged. I found some non-Thule videos on line, but this is not the case. To explain the installation in more detail. If you already know what you're doing, the instructions are easy to understand, just like the GUI of computers. Two things are not obvious. I couldn't use the included rubber cushion because the rear wheel strap was too long. I found a video that showed that the strap could be moved to a different part of the cradle to make it longer. I looked at the instructions. Yes. I think one of the pictures shows that. Hmm. It was a real challenge to get the lock core into the lock. It didn't want to leave the lock with the key in it. It didn't want to lose the key in the lock. I got the two cores in with a lot of effort. There were two pieces left over from the installation, one of which was a black plastic tube and the other a blank key. The tube is supposed to go into the lock where the hitch pin would normally go, and that blank key is a universal key that you should be able to push into the lock housing. If you already know what you're looking for, you can almost make that out if you look closer at the pictures. There is a It is a great rack, but with two conditions. But Thule? Can't you post written instructions on line? How hard would that be? There is a The rack folds up very compactly against the car, making its footprint in a garage quite small. That is very nice.
👤The updated design will not wobble. It holds my mountain bike in perfect condition. The bike lock system and hitch lock are bonuses. It took 10 minutes to put it together. It is a bit pricey. You will be back buying this brand if you do your research. I have a second Thule hitch rack. I have been pleased with the quality.
👤The rear wheel strap is a little short for my 29x3inch tires, but overall happy with this so far. The description says it can accommodate fat bikes, but I can't because my 3inch tires barely fit. I can get it down, but it's hard. I have tubless and run the psi at 18 on the rear, but the strap is a little short. I think I could let out more air, but it would take more work. I used a bungie to strap down the rear wheel. I wouldn't trust the security lock and leave my bike unattended. A person willing to steal a bike will use wire cutter.
The buyer's guide for recommended fits can be found here. The hitch bike rack can be used for up to 4 bikes. Bike to bike or bike to vehicle contact is prevented by anti-sway stability cradles. The cradles and straps are made of rubber. Full rear vehicle access is possible when the rack swings away. The bike arms fold down when not in use. The hitch pin is anti-rattle. Only the 2 inch hitch receiver is compatible.
👤It's made by Thule, but it's similar to the Ikea version. One of the two that I purchased, Very Good, $43+) was extensively used and missing most of the parts, whereas the other, Like New, $41+, has a manufacturing defect. I was able to fix it with my friend. There is a Mr. B.J. helped me fix the slightly bended rack arm hinge. The package arrived with damage. The bolts and accessories were gone, just the empty box and plastic bags that were supposed to hold them. The pieces were scratched from wear and tear. Again, a sign that someone purchased. A new one was returned to Amazon, and they sold it very well. The entire thing was worn and there wasn't any damage to it. The person didn't bother to put the nuts and bolts back together because the package was ripped and flattened. The nylon strap, plastic straps, and all the nuts and bolts were gone. This, in a very long time, really looked new. No damage is ever done as a result of scratches, wear and tear. The hardwares were in individual packages. There is a bent piece at the hinge of the arm where the safety pin went. The safety pin has no wiggle room left so it would still work. The good thing is that it only affects the carrier when there's no bike. We straightened it with a wrench, but couldn't hammer it because it's a very thick piece. This one is a keeper, everything's new. The fifth rack of the charm! There is a Sturdy rack. Heavy! Tow Tuff and MaxxHaul were heavier. If you've done this before, the straps aren't that different. I had before. Sort of like a pop up tent. I could do it in a matter of minutes. The assembly was straight forward. But it required strength. It took 15 - 20 minutes to complete. Some instructions were not clear. One thing I don't understand is why one pin hole is used and the other is not, the instructions show you how to use both, but why one and not the other. My guess is that it all depended on your rear door clearance. The rack told you to tighten the connecting point with strength if you didn't have bikes on, so you had to tilt the rack or lower the arm. The MaxxHaul would just drop when you removed the pin, then again, they were "extensively used" returns from what Amazon sent me. You need to screw the pin into the hitch for security, unless a thief carries a wrench. The carrier has a stabilizing holding point that prevents the bike from swinging when the vehicle crashes.
The hitch bike rack is lightweight. Installation and removal of traditional steel hitch bike racks are easy. It is designed to fit the hitch receiver. The spacing between bikes is 7. Integrated anti-sway cradles prevent bike to bike contact. Attach and secure bikes with a strap. Bike security with integrated cable lock.
👤I was not as happy as I thought I would be. I thought I would try the upgraded version of the original Helium. The replacement model has been cheapened by cost cutting, but it is still more expensive. The bicycle's straps are not as secure as the original. My unit scratched throughout, so either someone returned it or the vendor never bothered to examine it. Either way, it was a waste of time.
👤The easy-hitch attach method is what I liked the most about this rack. I felt different when my bike blew away. I have a trek madone which has an oval shaped top tube and a flatted aero seat post tube. The seat post holder on the rack wouldn't reach the bike's seat tube because of angulation. I used a longer strap, but it wouldn't work in the wind. I looked out my rear view mirror and saw the bike was suspended by the top tube. I noticed that the top tube straps were loose. The cradle is too narrow because of the flattened shape of my top tube. The contact points for the bike against the rack don't work with the aeroseat post and stays will loosen on their own if there is any sideways Torque that gets applied. Returned.
👤I liked the idea of this rack. Lighter than most, with increased space between the bikes, and easy to use straps to secure the bikes. There is a There is enough space between the bikes. This rack is frustrating. It takes patience and frustration to remove the rack from a standard hitch. The mechanism that is supposed to loosen to let the rack out of the hitch sticks. You have to side to side wiggle the rack. If you are lucky, you can get the rack out of the hitch. There is a The rubber straps are a poor design. I have two other bike racks that are easy to use. The Thule is difficult to use and I finally have a technique that works. If you're used to one on which you can easily place and remove your bikes, you won't like this rack. I haven't mentioned any other design issues. If you don't remove the rack from your car often, my first complaint will be a waste of time. The rubber straps have to be re-designed. There is a I have lubricated the metal piece that slides in and out when you secure the rack from the car hitch. I used a bicycle dry lube and it worked well. You don't have to worry about removing the rack from the car. The poor design of the straps that secure the bicycle remains a problem. It would be easier to use if they extended the base of the rubber on the bottom side of the mechanism. I think their engineers didn't think of this. The rack is still a nuisance and frustrating despite my upgrade to 2 stars.
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.
You can carry a total of 4 bikes with the 2 bike add-on that is sold separately. Hitchswitch lever tilts when not in use or down for rear of vehicle access. Without frame contact, the arm secures bikes quickly. It's ideal for carbon frames, mountain, Downhill, or fat bikes without the need for an accessory. The lock knob and cable lock locks the bikes to the rack. Do not install on a towed vehicle. Not intended for use with bikes with long legs.
👤This thing once together is a beast. I'm a big guy and can manage it, but my wife can't get this on our Suburban. Lift with your legs if you want to access a lift gate. Getting the bikes off and on is quick, but you need to consider the weight. It is necessary for Thule to discover aluminum.
👤I had the T2 Pro XT and loved it. We decided to add on since my kids are mountain biking. The transaction was done at night. The box arrived destroyed, but I got an Amazon warehouse deal. We moved the box to the garage because it wasn't bike season. The parts kit and the two rear wheel trays were missing when I installed it. It took me another 2 months to get the bolts because of the Pandemic, but I turned to Thule, which was helpful. I had to pay another $70 for the rear wheel trays. There is a It's sturdy and holds four bikes. There is a It weighs a lot. The weight of the Q7 and X5 is insane, and we have two full-sized German SUVs. It's scary hitting bumps even if you know it's well-mounted. There is a I don't recommend this for casual biking. It's good for serious riders who haul 4 big bikes, but it's too much for most.
👤This is either from poor quality control or poor engineering. The add-on had two welded wedges on the male part of the sleeve. The powder coating covered them. The female part had to remove parts of the welds to make the fit fit together. The add-on had to be put into the main rack so that it would be difficult to remove. This is unimaginative engineering if the rack needs these wedges to stay together. Thule needs to review their quality control if the spot welds were not meant to be there. Shame on them either way.
👤It's important to use a lubricant like WD40 before trying to connect the add-on, it will make your life a lot easier. The add-on won't align the bolt holes when fully inserted. It needs to come back out about half a cm for the bolts to fit. There is a little gap created by this. I'm ok with it if you make the holes bigger like some other reviews but it doesn't affect the function. There is a The thing is heavy, but that's expected for the price, and it's sturdy and secure. There are 4 bolts and the release lever that are not quick swappable between a 2 or 4 bike configuration. I enjoy it a lot. The add-on was added to the 2 bike. I knew I was going to be overweight. I wanted something that would protect my family's bikes.
Will not fit fat-tire bicycles or bicycles with wheels over 29". Slotted tire wells hold each bike securely while a stabilizer post provides an anchor to both support andfasten your bikes to. The versatile design fits nearly all styles of bikes up to 60 lbs each. The rack can be moved when it's off the vehicle. The HitchSwitch lever can be used to tilt the rack down or up when not in use. It's ideal for carbon frames, mountain, downhill, or fat bikes because it's compatible with 20 - 29" wheels and up to 5" tires. The lock on the hitch receiver is locked by the locking knob and Integrated cable. Generous 12.5" spacing between bikes with the ability to adjust side to side to eliminate bike interference Installation and removal are easy with the AutoAttach system.
👤The rack is great. It's easy to install on the car and easy to load bikes onto it. I put my mountain bike on it and it fits. There is a I have a secret tip that I can't believe that Thule doesn't include this into the rack, it's something I've wondered why everyone drives around with their rack attached to their car. They have the "look at me" syndrome because the rack is heavy and cumbersome to move on and off the car. I needed a receiver added to my car. I took it to my local hitch place. They made it happen. I stopped at a hardware store to pick up a wheel. They welded it to the rack after I gave it to the hitch place. I don't have to carry it from my garage to the car when I take it off or put it on. I put it on by wheeling it over. It makes the experience simpler.
👤I was sitting in my car waiting for my friends to ride my bike when it was stolen. The bike had a lock on the strap and a lock on the cable. The bicycle was cut and removed by a thief. I only realized what was happening when I saw the thief struggle to remove the arm arm from the bike. I called him. We use inferior cables and straps to give the buyer a sense of security. I recommend that you use a bicycle rack from Harp FrEIGHT and use a chainsaw to cut through your car's electronics. It isn't worth the money. They charge you. It gives you a false sense of security. They want $300 to fix the damaged parts.
👤This rack is very robust and has all the details that count: easy to install, no tools, and total stability even at speed. The whole thing seems to have been built well and will last. There is a The weight is the only negative. It's a pain to move it around. I liked the solution of the other user that welded a caster wheel underneath, but I also wanted a way to store the rack, so I came up with another solution. I welded a 2in square with the right inclination after making a rectangular steel base. I wanted to put four caster wheels on the base. I found a ready-to-use square dolly at a cheaper price than the wheels, so I used it. I can move it around without any effort because it is perfectly balanced and occupies the least space possible. The handling of the car is not much improved.
Not intended for use with bikes with long legs. It is foldable for convenient mounting, handling and storage. The load capacity is high for handling the weight of two bikes. The hitch rack is locked to the vehicle with the help of the Snug-TiteT receiver lock. Long wheel bases are managed. Convenient ramp for easy loading and unloading of bikes. Don't install on a trailer or other towed vehicle. The Carbon Frame Adapter is available separately.
👤I bought the easy fold bike rack from Thule to replace the Saris Freedom Super Clamp rack which was difficult to load and carry. The promotion of the loading ramp allowed me to purchase the more expensive rack. I found the loading ramp to be very flimsy, and that the heavy bike came off the ramp due to the separation from the rack. This could cause injury as well as create more strain. The higher price for use with heavier bikes is not worth the lack of a ramp. I want another ramp that will make loading easier.
👤It is expensive, but seems worth it. The rack my wife and I have seen is the best I have ever seen. There is a Here are some comments and suggestions for potential buyers from my own experience and observations. The video review of this rack is very good. It is very helpful because of the lack of documentation and the problems others have mentioned. 2. The 2-inch adaptor is installed on the rack. The screws that hold this to the end of the stinger are very tight. They can be removed with the included wrench. Make sure the short end of the wrench is fully inserted into the screw heads before turning to avoid stripping the screws. If you want to make sure the wrench is fully inserted, you should tap the wrench with a hammer. 3. Do not try to adjust the remaining screw with the colored thread. 4. If you are carrying only one bike, it is a good idea to remove the second cushion. Leaving it on the rack could cause the second clamp to vibrate during transport and damage the finish of the single bike being carried if it is not carefully positioned and held away from the single bike being carried. If you watch closely, you will see how to remove the second longer one. The video doesn't say that you can't remove the second one before you mount the bike rack on your car. I don't know why that is, but it is. I didn't worry at all when I was trying to get the second longer piece to detach from the rack, because I thought the rack was faulty. Once the bike rack was mounted on the car, the second longer one released with little effort, as if by magic. 5. The anti-rattle pin is useless without the 2-inch adaptor. The pin is in the shaft. It doesn't go into the middle of the shaft, it goes through the shaft and out the hole on the other side. The pin doesn't seem to provide much protection against the rack falling out of the receiver shaft and falling to the road. You can tighten the anti-rattle knob with your hand. A very tight wedged between the rack's shaft and the receiver shaft can be made by tightening that knob. The anti-rattle pin can't be moved out of the recess because of the tightened knob. Maybe the "useless" anti-rattle pin really does prevent rattles and provide additional structural integrity, who knows? 6. The ramp works well and does not collapse under the weight of a Sun bike. I don't think the extra weight of an electric bike would cause this ramp to collapse. It is made of aluminum and seems sturdy. 7. When no bikes are being carried and the two platform sections are stored vertically, the extra strap attached to the second longer clamp can be used to lock the platform together. Without the plastic release hinges being pressed, the two sections will come apart a few inches and not be vertical. This might cause some rattling. The nylon locking strap will prevent this. There are 8. There should be a storage bag for keeping together the second longer clamp, the ramp, the 2-inch adapter, and the hex wrench. The bag of goodies could be kept in the car or near the rack to allow the owner to use the rack on a different vehicle if necessary.
Premium hanging hitch bike rack. The bike is fit and stable. Bike contact is prevented by anti-sway cradles. Attach bikes with a cradle strap. The bike arms fold down when not in use. The rear of the vehicle access is where the rack tilts down. It's ideal for a wide variety of bike sizes.
👤We used it as described. It was suggested that it had less weight on it. It broke for no reason. There were no bumps on the road. It wasn't overload. It's a bunch of bikes. There were two child bikes on there. This is not good quality. We have reached out to the company many times but have not received a response.
👤Although I like the product of the HoldUp 2 + 2-bike extender, it is very heavy to set up and put away. I was excited to try out the 5-bike rack because I had always wanted a 4-person bike carrier that would not break my back. Installation guide was clear to follow, and it was even more light than the HoldUp 2 when you factor in the 2-bike extender. If you remove the lock from its housing, you can only see the key number on the side of the lock. The knob mechanism that tightens the rack within the hitch can be a bit confusing for some. You can tighten or loosen the rack if you turn the knob when you put the key in. While you have the key in the lock, it may inadvertently turn into the lock position because your key chain may have enough weight to turn the key while you're turning the knob. I didn't understand why I couldn't tighten the knob further or why I was able to loosen the rack while I thought the knob was locked. There is a If this description doesn't make sense to you, you need to check your key unlock position while turning the knob to make sure it doesn't inadvertently lock up. The knob can be turned if it is locked, but the rack won't loosen so it can't be stolen. In unlocked position, the knob becomes harder to tighten as it strengthens within the hitch. If I remember correctly, the knob mechanism to tighten/loosen the rack within the hitch must be checked every few hours or miles. It's just another thing to remember when you are on a road trip, as Thule says that this is just a safety precaution. This comparison may be unfair because the Apex rack is not the same style as the Yakima HoldUp. It's like comparing apples to oranges. Pros and Cons of both styles will hopefully help you make a better informed decision on which style works best for you, as I am able to share my experience from those two products. There is a The knob mechanism is designed to make it easier to connect/disconnect the rack to/from the hitch, but that convenience could come at the cost of potentially having the rack fall out of the hitch. If you found this review helpful, please click theHelpful button to encourage me to write more. Thank you!
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