Kuat's Sherpa is a lightweight tray-style hitch rack that comes in at a touch under 30 pounds so you can install it with ease. It also packs the durability, ease-of-use, and thoughtful features that Kuat is known for. This two-bike rack features a spring-loaded lever for tilting the rack into position, a hand-tight anti-wobble cam system, and a locking hitch pin and external cable lock. Simple, durable, and secure. Features • Carries 2 bikes (up to 40 lbs. each) • Total carrying capacity of up to 80 lbs. • Folds up quickly for storage • Tilts down for easy vehicle access • External cable lock and hitch pin included • Front and rear tire ratchets make loading and unloading a breeze • Hand-tight cam system - no need for additional tools! Specs • Weighs 29 lbs. assembled • Accommodates up to a 44.5" wheelbase • Fits 20" - 29" wheels • Accommodates 2" AND 1.25" receiver options • Fits up to 2.75" tire
The TRS hitch rack will carry two 50 lb. bikes with up to 4.5" tires. It uses our new quick release spring system to tilt the rack down and fold it up flat against the car. The two bikes will sit on anodized aluminum trays with a rotating tire cage and multiple ratcheting wheel straps integrated. A uniquely designed hook is used to hold the bikes by the front tire. Max wheelbase is 48". Fits both 1-1/4" and 2" hitches.
- Swings away from the vehicle for full access - Anti-sway soft rubber cradles prevent bike to bike contact - Arms fold down when not in use - High strength steel construction - Fits 2" receivers only
Thule's T1 is a rugged single-platform rack with frame-free clamping security for all types of bikes. - Fits both 2" and 1.25" receivers with STL2 bolt included to lock carrier to vehicle - Secure bike quickly without frame contact with ratcheting arm - Carrier easily folds up when not in use with HitchSwitch lever - Ideal for carbon frames, mountain, downhill, fat bikes, and ebikes fitting 20–29" wheels and up to 5" tires without adapters - Lock bike to the rack with the integrated cable lock - Secure rack to the hitch receiver with STL2 lock
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
Pack up the car with your riding buddies and head out to cycling fun with Sunlite's HB-426 2-inch Receiver Rack. It carries up to four bikes and mounts easily to your vehicle's 2-inch receiver. Tough and stable, the HB-426 holds your bikes in place on two carry arms that accommodate a wide range of frame styles and designs, while the tie-down cradle system ensures each bicycle stays in place during travel. The rack tilts back so you can access your vehicle's cargo space, and the no-wobble bolt eliminates movement of the rack inside the hitch. That means you get a tough rack ready for endless road tripping miles.
It's road trip time! Bring along up to two bikes with Sunlite's HB-226 Receiver Rack. This versatile rack tilts downward so you can access your car's cargo space, and the carry arms fold down when not in use for compact storage. It fits either a 1.25-inch or 2-inch receiver, and the no-wobble bolt eliminates rack movement inside the hitch so your bikes stay stable all drive long. The carry arm spacing accommodates a wide variety of frame styles too so you can tote along most styles of bikes with ease, and the tie-down cradle system secures each bike quickly.
The Rack Valet is the first mobile bike rack storage and transportation system. Easily attach your bike rack into either the 1-1/4" or 2" slot on the rack valet and then roll it out to your vehicle. Some bike Racks can weight up to 90 pounds, so save yourself the trouble (and back pain) and roll your rack right out to your car.
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