The Saris Axis securely cradles your bikes so you can shuttle them around with ease. At only 16 pounds, this lightweight hitch rack is easy to install or remove and it tilts to provide access to the rear of your vehicle. The durable frame securely hauls 3 bikes of up to 35 pounds each and fits both standard hitch sizes. And, Saris's ratcheting anti–sway straps secure and stabilize your bikes while protecting their finish.
You'll be free to transport any two bikes, no matter what size with the Saris Freedom Hitch Rack! Its innovative design adjusts to fit almost any bike: road, mountain, cruiser, kids; if it's got two wheels, the Freedom adjusts quickly and easily to haul it. It uses quick-adjust trays and ratcheting straps that hug and secure your bike, so the Freedom is super simple to load and it holds any two bikes up to 35 pounds each. And, the support folds down when not in use turning the rack into a convenient, low-profile package.
Transport all types of bikes with Saris’ Freedom 2-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 support. It uses quick-adjust trays and ratcheting straps to secure two bikes of up to 35 pounds each, and loading is made easy by the low tray height. The center upright support even tilts down to allow trunk access. Plus, the rack itself only weighs 21 pounds, making it easy to take on and off.
Hitch rack users rejoice! The Thelma 2-Bike Hitch Rack is here! Using innovative semi-circular trays and ratcheting straps that hug and secure your wheels, the Thelma is super simple to load and it holds almost every bicycle type from slick-tired road machines to big, knobby-clad mountain bikes (up to 35 pounds each). Plus, it does so without ever touching the frame, so your paint job is safe. And, the wheel trays fold down when not in use turning the rack into a convenient, low-profile package.
You’re cruising down the road with your collection of bikes and make a pit stop to top off the tank. While at the gas station you want to grab a snack from the back cooler and let Rover out for a well…you know. You walk around to the back of your vehicle and realize that you need to unload all these bikes to get access to the hatch. Sorry, Rover. You’re out of luck. Now what if we told you there was a better way? An easier way. A hitch bike rack that lets you access the rear of the car in one step – both with bikes and without. Born in Saris' innovative labs in Madison, Wisconsin, the Glide EX does exactly this thanks to one-step glide action. Simply push the trigger to release the rack, and boom – hatch access. When you’re done, the same amount of (non) effort glides the hitch rack upright. Then you’re good to go, and Rover is too. Featuring easy-to-load bike hold downs, best-in-class ratchet straps and integrated locks, you can speedily fasten your bikes to the Glide EX and know they’re secure as you head toward your next adventure. - Convenient, one-step access to the back of the car - fully loaded with bikes or not. - Innovative four-bar linkage system controls the center of mass, creating a smooth, glide-action away from the vehicle. - Hanging hitch bike rack transports as many as 4 bikes, up to 35 lb. per bike. - Complete integrated security: locks the rack to the car and the bikes to the rack. - Style points: your choice of standard black, head-turning bronze and sapphire blue. - Hanging hitch style bike rack - Carries 4 bikes, up to 35 lb. each. - One-button glide action provides instant access to rear of vehicle, both with bikes loaded and without. - Innovative four-bar linkage system: centers bike mass for smooth, glide-action away from vehicle. - No assembly needed - Rack weight: 37 lb - Bike hold downs are easy to use and quick to load. - Best-in-class ratchet straps speedily fasten bike to the rack. - Integrated locking cable secures bikes to the rack. - Locking hitch pin secures rack to the car. - Universal hitch: fits 1 ¼” and 2” hitches out of the box. - Built and tested to outlive the elements.
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