Parts & Accessories
The Hollywood T975 is a 15mm thru-axle bike mount that bolts to any solid surface. Simply loosen your quick release lever and remove the axle from the front wheel. Place the bike's fork dropouts onto the 975 bike mount and slide the axle back through both the fork dropouts and the 975 bike mount. Tighten and secure.
Saris' Bike Beam connects to your bike's seatpost and stem to simulate a standard top tube. It allows you to carry bicycles including full-suspension, women's, and children's bikes, and those with oversize tubing on your trunk or hitch-mounted carrier.
Saris' Hatch Huggers fasten Saris racks (sold separately) to certain vehicles. They replace the regular straps for vehicles with glass hinge lines and vehicles with narrow gaps around the trunk.
If you have a trunk or rear rack and a bike with an unconventional frame (such as a full-suspension or ladies bike), you probably need Sunlite's Crossbar Adapter. Vinyl-coated hooks on either end hold your bike and act as a "top tube" for easy transportation. In the middle, a quick-release telescoping adjustment ensures the Crossbar Adapter will fit almost any bike.
The locking threaded hitch pin comes and 8’ security cable allows you to lock the rack to vehicle, and the cable allows you to locks bikes to rack and/or vehicle.
Saris' Locking Hitch Tite adds both stability and security to your hitch rack. It tightens up the interface between your rack and hitch to combat swaying and it locks your rack to your vehicle. It fits 1-1/4 and 2-inch threaded hitch-tites and is compatible with the 200/500 Series T-Rax, all Thelma racks, standard-model Cycle-Ons, and all the T-Bones racks (each sold separately).
- Updated design, for use with all Saris racks where bikes are secured by the top tube - Bridges the gap from stem to seat tube, creating a virtual top tube - Useful on ladies and specialty frames
Saris' Thelma Juvenile Retro Fit Kit allows your Saris Thelma hitch rack (sold separately) to carry kids' bikes with 20-inch wheels. The semi-circular tray holds the bike's front wheel, which is secured by a ratcheting strap. Because nothing touches the bicycle frame, the paint finish stays safe. Also, the wheel tray folds down when not in use, turning the rack into a convenient, low-profile package.
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