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SportWing 2-Bike Hitch Mount Bike Rack

$8710
  • Includes cradles that hold the bike securely
  • Adjustable steel construction offers resistance against rust
  • Features a wing design that fits both adults and children bikes
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Product Overview

The Reese EXPLORE SportWing hitch mount bike carriers are the ultimate solution for carrying all bikes from extreme bike frames to kid's bikes. The adjustable support cradles hold the bike by the wheels and can be positioned to fit any style of bike. This bike carrier holds up to 2 bikes.
  • Fits bike styles regardless of frame shape or size
  • Secure cradles hold bikes by their tires
  • Quick and easy to load and unload
  • Rust resistant finish
  • Secure and level transport to the biking destination
  • Fits 1.25 in. and 2 in. receiver
  • California residents

Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
4.5
Product Height (in.)
10.9
Product Width (in.)
33 in

Details

Automotive Part Type
Fold Up Bike Rack
Bike Mount Type
Trunk Bike Racks
Features
Rust Resistant
General Part Type
Fold Up Bike Rack
Material
Steel
Number of Bikes
1
Product Weight (lb.)
39
Returnable
90-Day
Weight Capacity (lb.)
100

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
90 Days Limited

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Light in weight, elegantly simple rack, with a fatal flaw...
Light in weight, elegantly simple rack, with a fatal flaw -- for my car. The bike tires end up 4 inches below the hitch receiver. That is, with my car, the hitch is 9" above the ground, and the bike tires are 5" above the ground. That's just too low.The rack was redesigned at some point. A friend has an earlier version, with the option of a "riser shank." Doesn't work with the new version. To Home Depot's credit, they took it back.One solution would be for the manufacturer to lengthen the arms of the rack, and at a slightly smaller angle. This way, the bike tires would have enough ground clearance.
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