Freedom is a versatile lightweight rack that makes loading and unloading bikes quick and easy. Foldable upright arms securely clamp top or seat tubes with soft, non-marring pads. - Ratcheting straps keep bike stable and secure and adjust to fit most bikes - Standard wheel scoop fits up to 2.25" tires. Fat wheel trays are available separately - Adjustable to work with most bikes - Fits 1 1/4- and 2-inch hitches - Can hold two bikes weighing up to 60 lbs each - Rack weighs 20 lbs - Made in the USA
$249.00 - $459.99
The Transfer v2 is more solid than ever. From the steel construction of the original to a new Flatlock hitch cam for enhanced stability in tow. Plus, a semi-integrated cable lock for an upgrade in security. The best part? The new Transfer v2 has the modular configurations available so you get a multi-rider rack at an everyone-friendly price. - Flatlock cam for 2", ball cam for 1.25" - Includes semi-integrated bicycle cable lock - Tamper-resistant hitch security - More robust hitch design for enhanced stability in tow - Holds up to a 50" wheelbase bike (previously 47") - Holds wheels 18"-29" (previously 20"-29") - Holds tires up to 5" with accessory strap (previously 4.5") + better hook clearance for loading fat bikes - Automotive-grade 750 hour salt spray hardware - Dedicated 2" hitch version in the 2 bike configuration can be directly mounted on campers, recreational vehicles, or trailers with CHASSIS MOUNTED RECEIVERS ONLY.
Securely transport up to two bikes with Swagman's Chinook. The platform style requires minimal lifting to load bikes and the adjustable, locking hooks secure your bike's frame to the rack. - Tilts down to allow access to rear-of-vehicle, even while bikes are loaded - Fits most frame sizes, shapes, and styles - Fits 1-1/4" and 2" hitch receiver - Adjustable locking hooks secure frame to rack - Locking hitch pin - Carries up to 2 bikes - Wheel ratchet straps firmly hold bikes and secure wheels - Fat tire trays sold separately - Max. load: 45 lbs. per bike
Getting your skis and boards to the slopes has never been easier with the new EXO SnowBank. Pair it with an EXO GearLocker and you have customizable storage for everything you need. Carry up to five pairs of skis or four snowboards on the back of your vehicle—enough for your entire crew. - Connects to the EXO SwingBase or EXO TopShelf in seconds using the EXO cleat system - Carries 5 pairs of skis or 4 snowboards - DoubleJoint hinge expands for easy use with thick skis and boards - Large button makes it easy to open with gloves or mittens on - Tool-free, locking SpeedKnobs attach and lock EXO SnowBank to EXO SwingBase or EXO TopShelf - Use SKS Locks included with EXO SwingBase or EXO TopShelf to lock skis and snowboards - Fits skis up to 185cm long on most standard width vehicles - Limited Lifetime Warranty - Requires EXO SwingBase and/or EXO TopShelf Product Specs: - Weight: 13.25 lbs. - Dimensions: L 21.50 in x W 32.00 in x H 4.50 in - Limited Lifetime Warranty
Whether you've invited more friends for an epic ride or can’t decide which rig to take to the trails, the MTR 1-Bike Add-On has you covered. Compatible with both the MTR 1-bike and 2-bike hitch rack, these add-on trays save you the hassle of buying a new rack to haul more bikes. Built with the same robust materials as the MTR rack, these add-on trays are ready to roll out of the box and are the soul of the Modular Tray Rack (MTR) functionality. Product Features - Bike tray add-on for MTR 1-bike or 2-bike tray-style hitch rack. - Built with American-made aluminum and steel. - Nesting wheel trays speed up bike loading and unloading process. - Wheel trays and dual-arm wheel holders securely transport variety of bikes. - Hauls bikes up to 60 lb if used as first two trays closest to vehicle; or up to 35 lb if used as third or fourth tray. - Bike tray add-on for the MTR platform hitch rack. Compatible with both the 1-bike and 2-bike base. - Carries 1 bike, up to 60 lb when used in the first two positions closest to the vehicle. When used in positions furthest from the vehicle, tray can hold a bike up to 35 lb. - Minimal assembly required. - Rack weight: 30 lb. - Adjustable wheel block to accommodate wheel sizes from 20 inches up to 29 inches and tire sizes as wide as 5 inches. - Integrated locking cable secures bikes to the rack. - Hitch compatibility will depend on MTR base unit. - Built and tested to outlive the elements.
Transport all types of bikes with Saris’ Freedom 4-Bike hitch rack. Its innovative design adjusts to fit most bikes and sizes, including kids’ and even some recumbents, thanks to the adjustability of its center upright supports. It uses quick-adjust trays and ratcheting straps to secure four bikes of up to 35 pounds each, and loading is made easy by the low tray height. The center upright supports even tilt down to allow trunk access.
Rockymount's SplitRail is a lightweight, expandable-platform hitch rack that carries up to four bicycles. Made of 6063 aluminum and chromoly steel, the SplitRail weighs a category-leading 44 pounds and features adjustable trays to allow optimal fit between loaded bikes. - The SplitRail uses a ratcheting arm to secure bikes without contacting their frames. The system is fast and easy to use and works with almost any bike–including those with non-traditional frames. It accommodates bikes with wheel diameters between 20 and 29 inches, and tire widths of up to 3.2 inches. - The SplitRail's bike trays can be laterally offset by four inches to avoid seat and handlebar interference, and it comes with an integrated cable lock system that allows each bike to be locked individually. A locking hitch pin (included) keeps the rack itself secured to the vehicle. It also features a wall mount for convenient home storage. - The 2-inch receiver SplitRail carries two bikes/120 pounds standard, and expands with single bike add-on trays (sold separately) to handle three or four bikes. Its maximum weight capacity when carrying four bikes is 160 pounds, or 40 pounds per bike. - The 1.25-inch receiver SplitRail carries a maximum of two bikes weighing up to 120 pounds, or 60 pounds per bike.
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