A hitch bike rack is a device that is attached to the back of a vehicle in order to transport bicycles. There are many different types and styles of hitch bike racks, but they all serve the same basic purpose.
Hitch bike racks are a convenient way to transport bicycles, and they are especially useful for electric bikes. Electric bikes are heavier and more difficult to transport than traditional bicycles, so a hitch bike rack can be a great way to make sure that your electric bike gets where it needs to go.
20 Best Hitch Bike Rack For Electric Bikes
1. Hollywood Racks Sport Rider SE for E-Bike
Locking bike frame hooks to deter thefts; includes keyed alike locking hitch pin; Step Thru Bike Frames may require use of a Bike Adapter
The rack folds flat against the vehicle when not in use, and tilts down for easy cargo access
Batteries on electric bikes must be removed before mounting and transporting bikes on ebike rack
The Hollywood Sport Rider for Electric Bikes is a hitch bike rack designed specifically to carry electric bikes with any sized tire up to 5 wide. This bike rack can carry up to 2 electric bikes or standard bikes.
If youre looking for an e-bike rack that works with bikes with fenders look no further than the Sport Rider SE for Electric Bikes. This durable strong bike rack includes new universal extra heavy-duty wheel holders for heavy load carrying capacity.
As with the Sport Rider SE this hitch-mounted bike rack can fold flat against the car when not in use and can be tilted for easy access to the cargo area. Also includes a keyed-alike locking hitch pin 8 security cable and locking frame to keep your rack and bikes secure during travel.
Features patented No Wobble-No Tools Hitch Tightening System. For 2 hitches only.
Now you can haul 2 bikes of any size, from stout BMX bikes to long cruisers and heavy DH bikes with no need for adapters thanks to Yakima’s HoldUp Hitch Rack. This sturdy rack sports heavy cast wheel trays and their adjustable StrongArm retainers that hold the bikes by the wheels for superior stability and super-quick loading.
Side-to-side adjustability ensures a perfect fit and minimizes bike-to-bike interference. A user-friendly trigger folds the tray down for easy access and the entire mast folds up when not in use. Plus, the HoldUp also includes Yakima’s LockDown cable system, which secures your bicycles and rack to your vehicle.
The Elevate Outdoor Hitch Platform Rack comes with large, adjustable 5″ wide wheel holder platforms to make it easier than ever to transport your fat tire bike or E-bike to your favorite trail or other location.
The thick powder-coated steel tube design supports up to 200 lbs. total, or two bikes weighing up to 100 lbs. each. The center arm features padded hooks to hold bike frames secure while protecting the finish from damage.
Designed for easier loading and rear access, this rack folds and tilts in several ways. The center post folds down to make it easier to load bikes onto the rack. When not in use, the wheel holder platforms fold up for compact storage in your garage.
Without bikes loaded, the empty rack tilts for access to the rear of the vehicle. With no bikes and the center post folded down, the rack folds up compactly against the vehicle to create a smaller footprint in your garage or parking lot.
This bike rack fits 2″ hitch receivers and comes with a hitch pin.
Women’s frames. Tri-bikes. Small recumbents. The list goes on. Basically, if you’ve got it, chances are the Freedom can move it. The ratcheting straps keep your bike in place, while Saris’ Cuscino hold downs are gentle enough for a carbon frame.
Say goodbye to worry and hello to peace of mind. Protected By The Cuscino: Saris’ patent pending Cuscino, which is Italian for pillow, was designed by Fabio Pedrini to lovingly protect your bike during transit.
Rack adjusts to fit all bike frame sizes up to 27kg each Ratcheting straps keep any size bike secure Universal hitch fits 1 ” and 2″ hitches Fits all styles of bike Protective rubber holders adjust to fit any frame Easy-to-adjust ratcheting straps keep bikes secure Lightweight at 9kg.
Add wheel holders to your Freedom rack to fit Fat Tyre bikes This rack fits a wheelbase up to 48″ right out of the box. Protective rubber holders adjust to fit any frame. PLEASE NOTE: Purchasing this item may incur NZ customs import duties.
Carries 2 bikes (up to 80 lbs total capacity) Weight (assembled): 29 lbs Accommodates 2″” and 1. 25″” receiver options. 1. 25″” has a slightly curved stinger. Accommodates up to a 44. 5″” wheelbase Fits 20″” – 29″” wheels and up to a 2.
75″” tire Sherpa is not recommended for Downhill or Freeride bikes A mountain master, the Sherpa will get your bikes and gear to any destination in style. This rack accommodates almost any sized bike by the wheels so you don’t have to worry about scratching your paint job.
It’s light enough to take on and off the car with ease, but looks good enough that you’ll want to leave it on all year. Tilts down for easy vehicle access and folds up quickly for storage. 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.
Designed to exceed expectations, the NV 2. 0 is Küat’s most thoughtful rack to date. While maintaining the spirit of it’s predecessor, the NV 2. 0 underwent a comprehensive overhaul, making this rack truly shine.
A re-designed pivot system, with foot assist, will endure a lifetime of abuse. Adjustable cradles allow for fast bike fit adjustments. Individual bike cable locks are longer, more durable and easier to use.
The new trays accommodate bikes with up to 4. 5 inch tires to insure a true fit for any bike in your stable. Updated ratchet arms create intuitive release and a more stable tow so you know your bikes will be safe and secure while you’re on the road.
To top it all off, the Trail Doc underwent re-design and now delivers a pro level feel. So load the NV 2. 0 up and head to the hills.
The Thule T2 Pro XT 2-1. 25″ Hitch Mounted Bike Carrier provide maximum strength, security and user-friendliness. The T2 Pro XT is ideal for carbon frames, mountain, downhill, e-bikes and fat bikes as it fits 20 – 29″ wheels and up to 5″ tires without adapters.
This bike carrier features a complete locking convenience system that allows locking to the bike rack to the receiver with the integrated cable lock and lock knob. The T2 Pro XT eliminates the bike interference by adjusting side to side to create generous spacing between bike mounts and It’s easy to install and remove the bike rack with the tool-free AutoAttach system.
The Thule T2 Pro XT 2-1. 25″ Bike Hitch Mounted Bike Carrier is the best choice for the bike enthusiast.
*PATENTED ANTI-WOBBLE SYSTEM: Mechanism utilizes a system to eliminate slack between the receiver and the rack, keeping your bikes sturdy and safe. *QUICK RELEASE TILT DESIGN: Patented lever used to fold up rack when not carrying bikes and to tilt down the rack for rear cargo access.
+EASY TO ADJUST AND INSTALL: Padded clamps to hold bikes in place and 5″ wide heavy duty wheel holders are all adjustable to fit most bikes. Installation is easy with most parts already pre-assembled.
For 2″ hitches only (Not recommended to use a 1 – 2 hitch adapter). *SAFE, DURABLE and SECURE: Power coated steel tubing will hold bikes up to 60 lbs each. Includes key for locking hitch pin (spare included) and locking knob to secure bikes safely.
Rear reflector included for enhanced visibility. Bikes with low Y-frame may require the use of an Overdrive Bike Frame Adapter for better support.
This rack is pretty solid. Its important to make sure the main handle is locked in all the way when securing bikes for travel. Both ebikes flipped down while I was driving up a steep hill. Luckily they both were leaning over intil I could pull over & manually push both bikes to a level position & lock the main latching handle into the horizontal metal slot.
To get you and your riding mate to the post-ride noms faster, Kuat’s Transfer 2 Bike Rack nearly effortless drop and set loading feature is clutch when you are energy depleted from your epic ride. Roll up to the back of the car and kick down the spring-loaded foot pedal and lock the tray down for loading.
The tire trays fit 20-29in tires, so there’s no hassling with initial positioning. A front claw-like lever arm holds the top of the wheel in place with PerfectFit adjustments, and a simple ratcheting strap secures the rear wheel in place.
For heavier bikes, the U-Body design helps you step in closer to the rear tray without straining, unlike models that have a further outboard tray. And the Transfer 2 is Fat bike ready for the snow and beach adventure trips.
If you want to add extra security to protect your bikes from opportunists, a locking hitch pin and integrated cable locks are purchasable separately.
The Rocky Mounts Monorail Hitch 1 Bike Car Rack is the most versatile rack in the rocky mounts range. It can handle everything from road bikes to fat tyre e-bikes. Built to carry 1 bike with a maximum weight of 27.
1kg, this rack has no contact with the frames as it secures the bike by the wheel. It can handle wheels from 20″ up to 29″ and fits 2″ hitches. The Monorail folds flat against the vehicle, and tilts down 30 degrees to allow for hatch access which is a very handy feature.
It also includes locking hitch pin, cable lock, and standard lock pods, keyed alike.
Assembly instructions were easy to follow, no problems there. I have only had occasion to use it once, with a fat tyre electric bike. It appears to be sturdy enough and considering that the postage from NSW to country WA was included, the price seems ‘good value’.
It was a lot easier to remove / re-fit than I thought it would be. (Note: I don’t know how to rotate the attached photos).
Yakima is renowned for building some of the toughest racks on the market with a plenty of creature comforts to make carrying your gear as convenient as possible. Holding up to this function-driven design ethos, the Yakima HoldUp Evo Hitch Rack uses burly steel trays with folding wheel hoops that withstand thousands of miles on the road, regardless if you’re road tripping to Moab for the weekend or cruising along California’s Highway One.
Best of all, it’s designed to fit nearly any bike wheel or tire size on the marketplace, accommodating those bikes with 20 to 29 inch wheels and tires up to 5 inches wide (fat bikes included ). Yakima’s StrongArm hook secures firmly in place over your wheel and tire, so you won’t have to worry about precious carbon frames coming into contact with the rack itself.
Ratcheting straps loop around your rear wheels to keep the bike strapped down securely on the highway. The rack tilts out of the way with its KickStart foot pedal, so you can access the rear hatch of your vehicle when both bikes are loaded and ready to go.
Also, it folds up against the rear of your vehicle when you’re just driving around town without your bikes in tow. It’s incredibly easy to install with Yakima’s SpeedKnob system, which doesn’t require tools and locks firmly into place for peace of mind.
Yakima includes an SKS locking system with a cable that loops around your frames to deter theft at stops along the way to your riding destination. Moreover, you’ll find it’s available for vehicles with either 1.
I bought the HoldUp Evo 2 rather than the Thule equivalent partly on price, partly on bulk (the Thule takes up more space on and off the car) and partly because I wanted to be able to add the Plus 2 extension to the Yakima so I could take four bikes.
Overall it has been a good purchase, although I mainly use it for two bikes at a time – one of which is an E-MTB. The rack goes on and off the hitch-mount easily (once you’ve mastered the art and as long as you’re strong enough to lift it).
I like the fact that it locks onto the hitch-mount too, and the ‘wobbling’ problems that some people have mentioned when driving can be avoided if you wiggle the rack around a bit as you’re tightening it onto the hitch-mount.
On the downside it does have a couple of weak points in its design/construction. First, if you have 29 inch wheels you need to be very careful to position the front wheel clamp as close to the forks as possible (ie well over the arch of the wheel) to avoid the front wheel bouncing out of the wheel holder.
Before I realised this I once got home to find one bike hanging off the rack and held on only by the rear wheel strap and the fact that its handlebars had become entangled in the bike next to it when it moved.
User-error probably, but something to be aware of. More problematic for me has been that although the rack is advertised as taking the weight of an e-bike, the plastic bolts built into the rear wheel clamps don’t seem strong enough.
I’ve had two of those break in the year that I’ve had the rack, and I’ve ended up replacing them both with a stainless steel bolt which I bought from Bunnings. This has only been a problem when I’ve been carrying my E-MTB, not the standard bike.
It’s not an expensive fix, and perhaps something the factory should consider. Another problem I’ve had has been the built-in lock cable jamming in its housing so I was unable to use/move it. Living in Brisbane I was able to take the rack into the Yakima supplier and they fixed it for me, but it was irritating nevertheless.
I should say that the customer service I’ve had from Yakima with these problems has been great, both in replacing broken parts and in fixing the lock when I went in to see them. However, given the price of the rack it would have been good if the design was such that the problems didn’t occur in the first place.
I would give this a 5 for its overall usability but marked down to a 4 because of the niggles I mention above.
For the price of this rack you would expect better build quality and durability. It squeaks when opening up the arms and folding the rack down. The rack is also rusting after less than a year. It’s disappointing.
I should’ve gotten a Thule. However it is light and compact. It doesn’t take up much space. The twist knob to install is great too.
As a happy owner of the original Yakima Holdup (the grey one) for about 10 years, I had no hesitation at ordering the new Holdup Evo to be able to load my fat bike with easy. I received the rack yesterday and it was a big disappointment; the tongue and spine are huge and bulky compared to both previous versions of the Holdup; wheel trays don’t go in all the way (to avoid scratching I assume since there is no plastic protection as in previous versions); the arms have no friction or dented mechanism to hold them in place so if you’re not holding them, they’re either at 0 or 180 degrees, no mid points; the cable locks are extremely short, locking the frame requires some serious pulling on those cables; the distance between trays is just short from appropriate for fat bikes, if you load a fat bike in the rear tray, you really need to choose between having handlebars and seat posts touching and scratching or having the rear triangle of the bike hitting into the ratcheting mechanism of the front arm; the straps for the rear wheels is just long enough for 4.
8 in tires, that added to a new mechanism that doesn’t use a lever to tight the strap but a mechanism in which you need to pull from the end of the strap after passing it through the buckle, make for a very loose feel; finally, with bikes all “secured” in place the amount of front to back play of the bikes within the trays is scary and will likely end up scratching your bikes if you don’t allow enough clearance between them (remember that you are limited in the amount of clearance you can reach between seat posts and handlebars by the rear triangle of your bike hitting on the front arm of the rack).
I only tried the rack with my fat bikes so I don’t know how does it perform with regular 29, 27. 5, 26 or smaller tire/wheel combinations but if your need is to transport any of these, why not buying the regular Holdup (non-Evo) that is cheaper and it doesn’t have any of the issues this one has.
Full-squish trail rigs and fat tire bruisers have a reputation for toughness, but deep down inside they’re actually big softies, especially the carbon ones. Realizing this, the Thule T2 Classic 2 Bike Hitch Rack safely transports your favorite enduro sleds, fat tire steeds, and even road bikes.
In fact, this versatile rack secures bikes ranging from smaller 20 inch versions all the way up to 29 inch wheels, holding massive tires up to 5 inches wide on fat tire bikes. Frame-free ratcheting arms secure the front tires without scratching up your carbon trail whips or transmitting road vibration through their frames.
Wider wheel trays accommodate a wide variety of bikes, with a ratcheting rear wheel strap keeping the rear end firmly secure. These trays are fully adjustable, allowing you to slide them back and forth to eliminate any bike rubbing.
The SnugTite attachment locks the rack to the hitch, so thieves won’t take off with your sweet rack. One Key System compatibility (sold separately) allows the ratcheting arms to lock down over your bike’s front tire to deter theft.
Plus, its HitchSwitch gives you the ability to fold it up when it’s not in use, also providing a backwards tilt for rear-trunk access without painstakingly unloading the bikes.
Forget painstakingly taking your bikes off at every pit-stop just to grab the snack cooler or backpack in the trunk with the Yakima FullSwing. Solving the problem of loading and unloading gear when your bike rack is attached, the FullSwing effortlessly moves out of the way with up to four bikes attached.
Suddenly, road trips and family vacations just became a whole lot easier, especially with the constant demands of loading and unloading gear. Simply loosen the rack’s safety knob, pull the red pin, and rotate the rack away from your vehicle’s rear hatch.
You’re now able to access your vehicle’s gear and luggage, all without the hassle of removing each bike. The FullSwing accommodates up to four bikes, holding up to 150-pounds in weight. Yakima’s ZipStrips securely attach to all types of bikes, ranging from city cruisers to mountain bikes.
The rack’s arms fold down when it’s not in use for easier maneuverability and parking. Tool-free installation attaches to your two-inch receiver hitch without breaking a sweat. Plus, its locking SpeedKnob prevents thieves from stealing this rack from your vehicle while an integrated cable locks bikes to the rack itself for theft deterrent.
We’ve used this rack through two seasons of kids MTB racing and family rides. One season on a pickup and one on a mid-size SUV. As mentioned in other reviews, it barely fits 4 bikes, and they really need to be just the right size and frame shape.
Probably 4 road bikes with flat top tubes fit best. In the real world, we barely squeeze 3 MTBs (S, M & L) onto it, but must carefully wrap forks and chainstays with homemade pool noodle foam and Velcro to prevent damage from vibration, etc.
And you need to buy Yakima’s top-tube bridge things if you have any kind of funky top-tube or tight frame size. Top-tube/bridge and seat post are held securely in place by Yakima’s provided loose plastic clips which can be easy to misplace.
The rack does swing away nicely from even a dropped pickup tailgate, but you must unscrew the swing securing bolt each time you need access to the rear and redo it once closed. Hitch fit is pretty good and seems more dependent on small hitch receiver variations than the rack itself.
Some minor fading of the plastic parts after 18 months outside. Metal parts are still glossy and nice. Overall, this is really an OK rack for occasional 3 bike family use, especially if you’re not fussy about your bikes.
A 3-4 bike family with higher end bikes will probably want to look elsewhere. I’m probably moving on to a 4-bike tray rack.
This is not a 4 bike rack. I tried to fit 4 mountain bikes on it and there is no way to get all 4 on. I was able to cram 3 bikes on, though I had to remove 2 of the front tires to do so. Also one of the bikes we had would not fit on the rack at all, even by itself.
It is a standard Trek mountain bike but I could not get the frame over the rack arms. I thought maybe if I added a top bar to the bike that would work, but it did not. The arms are too thick to fit. Actually it is the holder for the bikes that is too big to fit through the frame.
Overall this was a huge disappointment. On the plus side, the swing arm does work well. I did have to get a drop hitch extension to make it work on my Jeep though, because the spare tire would hit the rack.
If you are looking for a 4 bike rack, do not buy this one.
The Saris Freedom 4-Bike Hitch Rack is the perfect match for cycling families as it carries anything from electric bikes to unicycles to everything in between. With that kind of freedom comes more time spent riding, and less time loading and unloading.
This rack has Saris’Cuscino technology that pads the bike frame cradle and rugged injection-molded wheel trays that securely hold bikes. The Freedom 4-bike has a convenient foot-operated tilt pedal, allowing for vehicle access or compact storage.
Say goodbye to worry and hello to peace of mind with the Saris Freedom 4-Bike Hitch Rack!.
The Thule Easyfold XT 2-Bike Rack for 1-14 or 2-inch receiver is a user-friendly bike carrier for all types of bikes. In a simple two-step operation you mount the carrier on the receiver hitch unfold it and its ready to use all in a matter of seconds.
Thule EasyFold XT gives you the freedom to bring almost any bike on your car on distant traveling as well as when you only need the bike for a short trip. When you dont use it Thule EasyFold is neatly stored in the trunk of your car or in your home.
Also comes with a conveniently removable ramp for easy loading and unloading of your bikes.
Plug Thule’s trailer hitch mounted T1 Single Bike Hitch Rack into your receiver and enjoy the convenience of carrying your bike on the rear of the car. Never struggle to put a heavy bike on a high roofline and avoid the horrible bike to driveway/parking garage collision embarrassment.
The rack secures your bike quickly, without frame contact, with a ratcheting arm eliminating the chance of damaging a carbon top tube with excessive pressure or scratches from bungees or straps. When not in use, the carrier easily folds up.
The rack comes sized for 2 and 1-1/4-inch trailer hitches, and you can secure the rack to the hitch receiver with the STL2 lock. Your bike is safe and secure to the rack with the integrated cable lock, so you can grab a post-ride burrito with the crew.
The Transport T1 uses wheel-only locking so it easily handles mountain, downhill, fat bikes and ebikes with wheels ranging from 20 to 29-inches and up to 5-inch wide tires without adapters. Thule’s Transport T1 is easily capable of handling bikes of up to 60lb.
Unique “lobster claws” securely hold bikes without touching fenders or eBike battery mounts. Complete Integrated Security included- locks the rack to the car and the bikes to the rack, plus tail lights for enhanced visibility Folds for compact storage and maneuvering, while built-in wheels make it easy to roll into place For use with 2″ hitch receivers only.
Not approved for use on RVs or tow-behind RVs and trailers Electric system connects to vehicle via 7-pin bladed connection to power the lifting mechanism, brake lights and turn signals Powered by your vehicle’s 7-pin connection, the Saris Door County is a full-service electric bike rack for electric bikes.
Simply turn the key and press a button, and the Door County platform hitch rack effortlessly lifts eBikes into the transport position, and back down again. And when you’re on the road, the Door County keeps the electric vibe going with glowing tail lights, including running, brake and turn signals.
Just bought this after having two Thule racks which were decent. This however is excellent, easy to use and safe with the added lights. Also easy to load our heavy electric bikes now. Would recommend this product.
Easily transport two bikes with Swagman’s XC 2. This platform-style hitch rack is incredibly easy to load. Simply lift the bike into the wheel holders, secure the ratcheting hook over the top tube, and strap the wheels down.
The XC rack is made of steel for excellent stability and durability, features adjustable wheel holders to accommodate different bike types, and folds up when not in use.
You can forget about painstakingly loading your bike in the rear hatch when you outfit your vehicle with the RockyMounts MonoRail Platform Hitch Rack. This two-bike carrier conveniently mounts to either 1.
25- or 2-inch receiver hitches, giving you the ability to mount it to your smaller car or large truck. For greater capacity on downhill shuttles and family outings, the 2-inch receiver version gives you the option for carrying a third bike with the MonoRail Single Bike Add-On (sold separately).
The sturdy platform design carries up to 120 pounds of total weight, which is considerably more than many hitch-mounted racks in this category. It accommodates bikes with 20 to 29-inch wheels, with tires up to a gargantuan 5-inch width.
This gives you the ability to quickly and easily transport bikes ranging from your favorite road bikes to full-suspension mountain bikes, and even the biggest of fat tire bruisers. The adjustable front wheel clamp eliminates the need for frame contact, which is a major plus for riders with carbon frames and sensitive paint jobs.
Three inches of side-to-side adjustment gives you ample room to space out bikes, without them contacting each other at highway speeds.
The MonoRail is a solid, capable rack but has a major design flaw: it is incompatible with Subaru Foresters. After a short 2 hour road trip, I was shocked to find that the front bike cup melted (see picture).
Upon contacting RockyMounts for support, they referred me to a warning in small print buried in their user manual that states to “check the car exhaust is not pointing at the rack, bike tires, or rims” and said this damage would not be under warranty.
Of course, one only knows about the user manual if you purchase the rack; it is not posted on the REI website. RockMounts then offered to sell me a $60 hitch extender to push the rack farther away from the car and alternatively suggested I could modify my exhaust.
A hitch extender solution is frustrating because (a) the exhaust would still be pointing at the rack, just from father away so still violating the very warning they referred me to, (b) it’s a terrible engineering solution, as extending away from the car significantly increase the torque on the rack, decreasing the weight limit, and (c) it’s a frustrating feeling to be told to buy a $60 part on a $540 rack.
That’s terrible support. I appreciate that I purchased this rack at REI and so was able to return with little hassle. However, I am very frustrated at RockyMounts and REI for not specifically stating in the product description that this rack is incompatible with Subaru Foresters unless one purchases additional hitch extender accessories (only sold on RockMounts.
com, not REI!) or modifies ones car. The incompatibility should be stated clearly for customers to know to avoid this rack if they own a Forester.
I really love this rack! The ease of use and the simplicity of mounting and dismounting a bike is so good. The rack holds bikes very securely and provides room for two bikes to easily fit side by side.
The wheel tray adjusts to allow a large mountian bike or a skinny wheeled road bike to fit comforably on the rack. I like the simple, yet secure locking system. Easy to secure my bikes when I walk away.
I also like the tilt away feature which allows me to keep the bikes on the rack and still have access to the vehicles hatch. Love, love this rack!!!.
Your bicycle is more than just a frame, tires, handlebars and pedals. You live for what might be around that next turn, that burn in your legs as you climb a rocky trail and that freefall feeling you get as you descend a long hill.
Your bike is not just a hobby; it is a gateway to the outdoors and your faithful companion in the wild. It was with this idea in mind that the CURT tray-style bike rack was built. From the BMX track to the paved trail and everything in between, bicycling is all about the ride.
The CURT tray-style bike rack promotes your biking experience unlike any other because of its unique, three-point support system. It is made to be easier to use and keep bikes more secure, holding them at three points of contact.
Instead of hanging the bike by its crossbar, the loop-like tray-style cradles hole the bike’s wheels, keeping it secure on each end. The third point is an adjustable, ratcheting arm that moves up and down and locks over the crossbar, keeping the entire bike firmly held in place.
Both the tray-style cradles and the vertical ratcheting arm are highly adjustable and can fit virtually any size bike, from a giant adult mountain bike to a single-gear kids’ bike. CURT tray-style bike racks are not your average ten-speed.
In fact, they are packed with features to truly make it all about the ride. They feature a hitch-mounted design to work with your vehicle’s trailer hitch, and they come with a tilt-away feature to allow the entire rack to tilt away from the vehicle.
This makes it easy to open a hatchback door or trunk and access the rear cargo area. Tray-style bike racks also feature a foldable, adjustable frame and an anti-wobble shank. Whether the road ahead is the winding course of your own personal Tour de France or the twists and turns of the forest trail, the CURT tray-style bike rack is coated in a durable powder coat finish to prevent rust and ensure a long life.
This model fits 1-1/4″ or 2″ receiver tubes and holds up to two bikes.
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