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.
Basic assembly takes 5 minutes and requires 2 bolts. The HoldUp +2 extension allows you to carry two more bikes with the HoldUp rack. You should fit any bike. It is possible to carry 20 to 29" wheels and accommodate disc brakes, thru-axles, and full suspension bikes. The total weight. StrongArm design secures bikes at the wheel, protecting your painted and carbon frames, and HoldUp 2+ tilts down with bikes loaded so you can access the back of your vehicle. Side-to-side adjustability allows you to change the spacing between bikes. It is required that youITCH Only compatible with hitch receivers.
👤I added this to my holdup 2. When mounted on the Holdup 2, the rack looks like it was there before. The Holdup 2's rear hinge has an extra stabilizer pin. This addition improves the stability of the rack system over the Holdup 2 alone. The rack took about 20 minutes to assemble. It takes less than sixty seconds to load bikes into this rack. The loading, securing and unloading method is provided by no other rack system I've owned. The warning flag mounts to a bolt hole that is directly in line with the outer bike rack, and that is one of the reasons I reduced the rating. It ends up between the first and second bikes rather than at the back of the rack where it should be because it interfered with proper loading. The folding of the rack for storage is interfered with by it. The design of the flag is poor and I believe that it could have been mounted in a bottle opener with a hinge and detent so that it could be folded horizontally when not in use. There is a The two flashing lights included for mounting on the vertical wheel brackets are not good. I will replace them with a higher quality light system or even trailer lights that can be plugged in to my van's lighting harness, because neither of them work and they're so cheap. The rack is great, but you really get what you pay for with Yakima. I went cheap on my carrier because I didn't want my bikes to be damaged.
👤The family needed to buy this. It is easy to use, much easier than hoisting two extra bikes on the roof, and I am glad I did. It adds another 24 inches to the car, so it's something to be aware of when driving and parking. The fit and finish are compatible with the base rack. Without the secondary pin, it will bounce all over the place. The base rack is 49 lbs, which is incorrect, the extension is 35 lbs, and the rack is 49 lbs. There is a flag and lights included. It's a joke that this would come with a nice rack. I went to Home Depot to buy some aluminum L channel to make a light bar after I threw the lights and flag in my junk drawer. I attach the light bar with lights that connect to the car's wiring, and now have working brake, tail and turn signals, using the hole for the bolt that holds the flag. If they made this an optional accessory, this would be something that would really differentiate the product.
Their Lifetime Warranty is covered by your back guarantee. It's possible to carry up to four bikes, but some mountain, women's and kids' bikes require the TubeTop accessory. The maximum weight for a bike. Swing away design allows you to access your car's trunk or hatch with the bikes loaded, and ZipStrips secure the bikes to the rack. Protect your bike with fully padded arms that fold down when not in use. Easy to install and use: quick and easy assembly; tool-free installation with locking SpeedKnob; AutoPin automatically positions and secures the rack to the hitch and receiver. The locks on your bikes and rack are secured with the same key system.
👤I chose the FullSwing Premium Hitch-Mast Bike Rack because it was new and improved, a quick replacement for last year's model, which was called the Swing Daddy, and was offered for $100 less. The 2008 Swing Daddy received a low rating because they removed the bike lock and charged $49 as an add-on. If you need proof, see reviews. I was debating over the 2008 Swing Daddy and the new one which came out a few weeks ago, and the main reason for my hesitation in buying the new one was the price. I had to prove to myself that the extra $100-150 over previous models was worth it. I am sharing my experience because at the time of purchase there were no reviews or videos for this model. The improvements proved to be worthwhile and I went with the new model. It performs incredibly well and is designed better. One day after a 750 mile road trip, I'm writing a review. I'm convinced that I made the right decision and I'm happy with my purchase. As you decide what's best for you, I hope my feedback is helpful. There is a My research was based on online reviews, videos and a visit to my local bike shop, which carried both the 2008 and 2013 models. I will start with the improvements over prior models. Installation is easy. The 2008 model requires a nut and bold installation, which is something most of us are used to. The models in question have a slide and click autopin and knob, and a push button release to remove the rack. The twist knob is red and easy to use. The built in key lock allows you to prevent removal by disengaging the twist to tighten/loosen handle control. It works well and is convenient. Unlike most people who leave their bike rack attached because it's inconvenient to remove, I have a quick and easy way to remove it. It's one of the top advantages over the 2008 model. It's the main reason to upgrade or go for the newer model. 2. The bike is secured to the rack with the ratchet style binding. The 2008 model has a locking system that is more convenient than the older model's rubber straps, which need to be tugged and stretched on. You can watch the videos for both the model and the swing daddy. The video was not out yet, so I decided it was worth the convenience of the design. The new design is worth the upgrade. It's very easy and quick. The bike lock is integrated. There is a wire that can be pulled out of the mast and locked in the far end of the rack. Push and click to lock and a simple key turn to release. I can't believe they didn't include this in last year's model since the prior 2008 model included an integrated lock. 4. The design is all black with red accents. I'm more interested in function and less in form. I almost bought the 2008 model because it matches my SUV and had good reviews. I don't need a hitch to look good and the 2008 model looks the same as most bike racks. The new design hides the hinges and welds and looks good. It's very attractive and sharp. It was not a requirement for me to get this bonus. There are other benefits to this rack. 1. The user interaction points are clearly marked by the red plastic parts. They can either lock or open the hitch. 2. The swing away design allows you to get to the back of your vehicle. It's a life saver. Our last trip left me opening and closing the back hitch about 20 times a day, and that's no exaggeration, I have a family. 3. I didn't notice that the full swing has two pivot points, and as a result, I was unable to clear the back gate of my SUV. You can get your bikes out of the way and lock them in place with the help of the mast and hinge. The fact that it locks is a huge benefit when parked on a hill, and I had plenty of clearance. 4. It was a blessing to ship. Delivery is nothing beats it. The rack is strong and big. The unit inside was in perfect condition, even though my box was damaged. 5. Assembly is easy. The unit arrives in two parts. The base and mast. The mast is secured with a nut and bolt. I attached it to the car so I had to screw it in. If I were to do it again, I would try to attach the mast to the car before attaching it to the hitch. 6. The bike rack is strong. We drove 750 miles and the bikes did not move or sway. I am very impressed. 7. I have not used the bottle opener, but it is there. The FullSwing only works with two hitches. There are 9. The "swing away" feature of the trunk allows us to access it without removing the bikes. If I had not purchased anything else, I would have lost it. 10. It was built to last. I bought this rack for a lifetime of use. I look forward to using it a lot. 11. Purchase is protected by a lifetime warranty. I did not like it. The mast's label had some wrinkling in it. It didn't look right. I removed the decals. 2. I don't like the idea of random people using my bike rack to open a beer bottle, but I suppose they would have to be Yakima hitch owners to know about it. 3. The lock is short. It's long enough to lock the bike frames to the rack. 4. The warranty does not cover oxidation. Woman's bikes. I knew I needed the tube top frame adapter when I bought this rack. It's important that a woman's bike or child's bike has an accessory to use this rack. It's an additional item and it's required. Add on items. The bikes can be secured with hook and loop straps. I use a pack of 4 to reduce the movement of bike pedals. I'm happy I bought them. There are 3 suggestions. The bike lock has a key. I use a bike lock. It's not required, but it's good to know that the wheels are locked to the frame. If the bike is left on the rack overnight, I remove valuables from it. There is a In conclusion. The rest is below the model. I haven't seen any other bike rack with the same function and form as the one from Yakima. There are three reasons to consider this model, the easiest to install hitch, easy to use system for "strapping" bikes and superior design. We are very happy with our purchase. The price difference was justified because we wanted something that would last a lifetime. We are excited to be able to ride our bikes wherever we go.
You should protect your gear. Add SKS. The included 9mm QR Locking Skewer can be used to secure your bike to the rack and the vehicle. Full Tilt 4 is a hanging rack that allows you to carry any type of bike with traditional frame geometry. Simple and secure: ZipStrips secure your bikes to your rack and the arms are fully padded for ultimate protection. Each bike has a max weight of 150 lbs. The hitch is compatible with both 1-1/4" and 2-inch hitch receivers. The design of the Upper Hand lever tilts the rack down to access the back of your vehicle and folds flat for easy storage. Protect your gear with a tool-free locking SpeedKnob and included cable lock system.
👤It was purchased in the year 2014). The piece is very sturdy and easy to use. It's hard to get 5 bikes on it, but it's hard to reach the advertised capacity. It was more complicated to fit into the hitch because of the weight. The biggest problem is that you have to bend the main bar downward to open the minivan. It's difficult to work this latch, it's an important joint, used all the time, at a high pressure point, and it's made of flimsy plastic. I didn't think it would fail 15 months after purchase, but it did. A friend of ours snapped our car off because he couldn't get the latch to work and he couldn't lower the post after we showed him how to do it. We're stuck in a fix because we can't open the rear of our car. This is a design flaw that needs to be fixed. The local bike shop was surprised to see the critical pressure bearing latch made of plastic.
👤It was received a month ago. The back of our vehicle has become a semi-permanent fixture since that time. We have used it many times to carry my wife's and my bike. The loading and unloading of the bikes is painless. The straps are easy to clip in and out of. We like the fact that we can fold the rack down and tilt it out to get to the lift gate without having to remove the rack from the car. It's easy to install in the hitch, but the first time I put it on the car, it wouldn't fit. I didn't get it in because I didn't remove the locking knob enough. The rack is too high for my wife to comfortably lift her bike on it, but she is getting used to it. We tried to load all the bikes on the rack for the first time yesterday. We were able to fit our two road bikes, two mountain bikes and my daughter's 7 speed kid's Raleigh. It was a bit frightening going down the highway as there was a lot of bounce to the rack when it had that much weight on it. We made it there without any damage to the car, bikes or rack, so I assume it's by design. It will take some getting used to so that I don't watch the mirror constantly. It is difficult to get the security locking cable locked into place through the bikes, but it is a nice inclusion. The only problem is that one of the locking strap cleats lost it's thumb release latch and so I'm getting a new one. The rack is only a month old and has not been off of the car since we bought it. I'm not too concerned because the rack has a limited lifetime warranty, but I will have to look at the overall longevity of the rack. The family rack is definitely recommendable, but with some caveat. There is a The Heavy Duty easy to install and use does fit 5 bikes. There is a When fully loaded, the cleat broke a lot of the bounce. There is a Sits high for short people. The security cable is short for me.
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. 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.
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.
Simple inference. It can be quickly installed, rubber-coated hooks can protect vehicle coating, and protective clamps with straps can be set up. The Upper Hand lever tilts the rack down to access the back of the vehicle. ZipStrips are secure, stable, and fully replaceable; Anti-sway cradle design reduces bike-to-bike contact. The SpeedKnob is easy to install, it is tool-free, and it is fully assembled. Simple to store: folds flat for easy storage. The signature bottle opener from the company lets you enjoy a cold one after a ride.
👤I bought this rack after reading the reviews. On the first extended trip, there was 112 lbs of the 150 lbs limit. The vertical tube and arms failed when the bikes separated from the lower section. There are 3 lanes of traffic on the interstate. The cable lock I wrapped through the bikes and to the hitch was the only thing that saved the bikes. I wouldn't buy again and I think they should be recalled. The big vertical tube is welded to the lower portion with 2 narrow strips of iron. They simply cracked off what failed.
👤There is an update. I don't write reviews. This one is very important to me. Less than a year after purchase, the rack broke while driving down the freeway. It broke in two. Look at the pictures. The bikes were damaged and thrown up by the ground. It was just seconds from becoming detached and causing a serious car accident. I only had a few bikes. RV's bounce too much, so I asked for a refund, but they told me it wasn't meant to be used on them. Where does it say that when you purchase on Amazon? If an RV bounces too much, would you trust it on your vehicle? I was driving slowly down the freeway. This product is a serious liability to the safety of your bikes and other drivers because it is poorly made. After a couple uses, the rack has bent downward. I'm worried that it will continue to bend. It can't handle the weight of 5 bikes. There were no heavy bikes.
👤I don't know who is writing these reviews, but there is no way you're going to fit 4 bikes on this rack. There is no flexibility for different sized frames because the pads do not move. This is the size for 3 bikes, and the rack is solid. I paid a lot of money for a rack that doesn't fit 4 bikes, and I'm really annoyed. I would have bought a 5 bike rack if I had known.
👤I got the cable lock after purchasing this product 3 years ago. The rack is awesome! It works well. The tilt lever broke last week when I was trying to tilt the rack to get to the hatch. I called to inquire about buying a part to fix it. The rep immediately got on the phone and offered to replace the entire rack. I offered to look into my records to confirm the purchase date, but they said they would replace it on my receipt. I got my replacement rack by express shipping. There is a The product is great. Service was beyond my expectations. Incredible.
👤The second time I used it, it failed and could have killed someone. I was driving on the highway when the clips broke. Half of the bike fell off. Someone could have been killed by this. I will return this and buy something else. If you're looking for a bike rack, look elsewhere. You or someone else could be killed by these racks.
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.
The bikes are loaded for trunk access. Bike to bike interference is minimized by the bike trays. Swings away from the car to give easy access to the rear of the vehicle. The accessories are installed in seconds using the tool-Free EXO Cleat system. When not in use, accessory arms fold in. It only works with 2 hitch receivers. Hitchlock locks to the vehicle.
👤I used this on a trip to the mountains. The hitch is advertised at 62 lbs. It seems heavier! One person can mount both pieces of the hitch. The roof cargo box is difficult to maneuver. There is a The setup worked well and did not affect car handling. The box's low profile made it easy to see the tag and taillights, so I didn't have to remount the tag or fool with a light system. There is a A lot of the nonsense you don't want in the car can be found in the 10-or-so square feet of the cargo box. I always believed that everything was secure. I have never seen a trail of PJs and socks in my mirror.
👤I bought the swing base and gear warrior locally and so far it has solved two problems. The swing base allows us to get our dogs out of the back easily, and the gear warrior allows us to store more camping gear, giving our two dogs more room in the back of our SUV. The swing base is heavy and difficult to remove for one person. I can do it by myself, but it's a strain. The large T bolt that is removed to allow the swing base to open can be difficult to line up and screw back in quickly but not big deal just requires patience.
👤Wow. The video didn't show anything about the swing-away of the system. There are a lot of pretty imagery, but no value to my decision making.
👤Put this on my car and love it! This is the best product I've ever seen and I've been searching for it for a long time. I put a class 3 hitch on my car so it can support this system and I put the cargo carrier that goes with it on and drive from Minnesota to California and back, and never had any issues with it. It feels very well built and is very sturdy. It is a purchase I will never regret and I can switch from car to car when I trade in.
👤It was much heavier than anticipated.
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.
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