Trunk Mounted Bicycle Racks
Perfect for tour operators, group rides and big families. Constructed of heavy-duty steel, our first-ever vertical bike rack safely hauls up to six mountain bikes to the trailhead. We designed and tested it in the lab and on the road to meet our demanding Yakima standards. The easy-to-operate tilt mechanism with two adjustable mast angles keep your bikes from bumping into your car, truck or SUV and makes accessing the tailgate a breeze. The HangOver’s vertical orientation carries more bikes in less space. Get ready to session! Product Details: - Transports up to 6 bikes using minimal space 37.5 lbs max per bike - Foot-operated tilt mechanism changes rack position for easy loading and unloading - Tilts down and out of the way for easy rear-of-vehicle access - Securely supports bikes by the fork crown - Fits suspension-fork bikes only - Fits fat bike suspension forks - Soft padding protects the fork’s finish - Rotating wheel cup accommodates bikes with various wheelbases - 2 mast height positions for improved ground clearance and ease of loading - 2 mast angles to avoid bike-tire contact with your vehicle - HitchLock included - Built-in bottle opener, cheers! - Fits 2" hitch receivers only - Add your own bike lock to the integrated lock loop for greater bike security Product Specs: - Weight: 73.00 lbs - Dimensions: L 22.00in x W 69.50in x H 60.00in - Some assembly required, 10 minute install - 2" hitch receiver required
Load up your bikes in no time flat with Yakima's QuickBack 3 rack. An integrated adjustment knob lets you effortlessly adjust arm angles to perfectly transport 3 bikes. And, with its labeled strap system, it's very easy to use. Yakima's Tri-Padded feet, coated metal buckles are very durable and maintain your vehicle’s pristine paint job. Your bikes are protected, too, as a result of Yakima's SwitchBlade anti-sway cradles that eliminate bike-to-bike contact. A steel-reinforced strap that goes into the trunk provides a little security, and the whole rack folds down when not in use.
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