Easy to mount and a cinch to store in the back of your car, Saris’ Solo is a low-profile rack for peace-of-mind convenience. Solo’s uni-body frame has no adjustable parts, which makes it a no-brainer to set up. With its soft, rubber, pivoting feet and four hold-down straps, the Solo safely and securely attaches to your car. Two strong buckles and an integrated anti-sway strap keep your bike in place. As an added bonus, the Solo is built with 100% recyclable, non-rusting materials.
Take your bikes wherever you roam with Hollywood's Express 3! This trunk rack carries three bikes and fits almost any vehicle, including sedans, mini-vans and SUVs. Six straps solidly attach the Express to the rear of the vehicle, and Hollywood's fast and simple hub adjustment system offers easy installation while allowing this rack to fold flat for easy storage. Plus, Hollywood's separators make bike mounting easy and secure and are made of rubber to protect your two-wheeler's paint job. - Spacing between bike cradles: 6-inches - Distance between bike support arms: 15-inches - Weight: 11 lbs - Weight Capacity: 120 lbs
All the Essentials of a Reliable Trunk Rack With the Guardian bike rack, what you see is what you get. And what you see is a complete trunk rack, simplified to its purest form. Made with steel sourced from America's heartland, the Guardian is tough enough to stand-up to the elements, yet gentle on bikes. Easy-to-use bike hold downs with ratcheting straps grip the bike's frame, while rack straps equipped with spring-loaded buckles ensure a snug rack-to-vehicle fit. This simple trunk rack fits most sedans, hatchbacks and vans, and comes completely assembled. Just take it out of the box, put it onto the car, and you'll be rolling in no time. Features - Carries 2 bikes (35 lb./bike) - A Bike Beam may be required for frames without a horizontal top tube. - Trunk bike rack. - No assembly needed. - Bike hold downs with ratcheting straps separate and firmly hold up to 3 bikes. - Bike rack straps with spring-loaded buckles ensure secure rack-to-vehicle fit. - Rack arms adjust to fit most sedans, hatchbacks and vans. - American-made steel frame construction. - Folds for compact, convenient storage. - Coated hooks protect vehicle's finish. - Heavy-duty foam pads protect vehicle's finish.
Grab your bikes, put them on the back of your vehicle and go with Thule's Passage rear rack. It's that easy because Thule's innovative Fit Dial easily attaches the Passage to most vehicles and the 6 straps securely hold it in place (straps not shown), while Thule's rubber anti-sway cradles keep your bikes from swaying into each other. You'll also love that the rack arms fold, making it super easy to store this rack when it's not in use.
Robust trunk bike rack securely holds bikes, is easy to use, and folds for compact storage. Features - Secure fit with integrated anti-sway cradles that prevent bike-to-bike contact - 7" of spacing between the bikes prevents contact during transport - Quickly attach bikes and easily secure them to the rack using the ratcheting cradle strap - Compact cradle design accommodates wide variety of bike sizes and frame styles - Bike rack arms independently adjust to fit a wide variety of bikes and fold down when not in use - Access straps can be tucked away to protect the vehicle finish - Folds up flat for convenient storage - Locks the bikes to the bike rack with integrated cable lock - Locks to the car with optional Thule Lock Strap (sold separately) Technical specifications - Max number of bikes: 3 - Load capacity: 105 lb - Max bike weight: 35 lb - Dimensions: 23.5 x 18 x 33 in - Folded dimensions: 23.5 x 18 x 21 in - Weight: 14.7 lb - Carbon frame compatible - One Key System compatible - Lockable bike-to-rack - Lockable rack-to-vehicle (adapter required: Thule Passive Lock Strap)
This EX version of the best-selling Bones trunk rack fits 20% more of the most popular vehicles, including those with spoilers. Spoiler Alert What happens when you take the most popular trunk rack of all time and expand its vehicle compatibility by 20% Spoiler Alert: you get the Bones EX. Cultivated in the mind of Italian designer Fabio Pedrini and brought to life in our Wisconsin-based facility, the Bones EX features a unique and game-changing leg. Featuring a leg that gracefully avoids contact with most plastic spoilers found on many of the best-selling sedans, hatch backs and SUVs, the Bones EX now fits 20% more vehicles than its legendary predecessor. And that’s not all. We’ve decked out the Bones EX with premium bike hold downs, a strap management system and two rad colors: Celebration Red, and Celebration Blue. Plus, we’ll donate $10 to World Bicycle Relief for every Celebration Red Bones EX rack purchased, as well as $10 for Free Bikes 4 Kids for every Celebration Blue. That way you can look good and do good too. - Carries 3 bikes (35lb/bike). - Has the largest vehicle compatibility of any trunk rack on the market – consult the Saris Fit Guide for approved fits. - Unique dog leg fits over most spoilers, including those on popular sedans, hatchbacks and SUVs. - Premium bike hold downs that are easy to use and quick to load. - Integrated strap management system provides clean look and eliminates flapping straps. - Best-in-class ratchet straps speedily fasten bike to the rack. - Strongest frame on the market. - Built with 100% recyclable materials. - Rust-free injection molded plastic. - Articulated rubber feet to protect paint. - Arc–based design separates bikes on different levels. - Available in black, sparkle blue, and sparkle red. - Patents issued and pending. - Lightweight at 11 lbs.
Thule's Raceway is their strongest, most secure, and easiest to use trunk-mounted bike rack. Sure-Tight ratcheting cables with integrated locks provide maximum security. Thule's FitDial means that this rack fits any car perfectly, while the No-Sway cages with premium, rubber-coated cradles keep your bikes solid and safe on your trip. Narrow cradle arms fit almost every style of bike frame, and when it's time to park the car, this rack quickly folds down flat for easy storage.
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