About this item
- Super unique and urbane bike carrier that is perfect for the family, fits up to 5 bikes.
- Features an anti-sway rubber cradles prevent bike-to-bike contact, holding your bikes safe & secure.
- The unique center post tilts down for easy access to the rear of the vehicle.
- Maximum pounds per square inch: 1 pounds
The SportRack Ridge 5 Hanging Hitch Bike Carrier is an affordable bike transport solution that allows users to haul their bike without having to remove its front tire. Designed for up to (4) bikes, it provides maximum stability and protection through a variety of features. The anti-sway rubber cradles prevent bike to bike contact and holds the bikes secure. The rack tilts down for rear vehicle access. Comes with a no-wobble hitch pin that attaches the rack to the hitch receiver for a stable hold. Fits 2-inch receivers only. Locking kit available (SR0022). The SportRack is a brand of the Thule Group. SportRack offers a vast array of multi-sport roof rack systems and accessories, hitch-mounted products, cargo boxes and truck-mounted racks for the active family looking for quality products at a great value. Backed and tested by Thule, these products carry a limited lifetime warranty. SportRack – Play Outside!
Number of Pieces: 2
Dimensions (Overall): 39 inches (L) x 16 inches (W)
Includes: Mounting bracket
Weight: 34 pounds
Maximum Pounds Per Square Inch: 1 pounds
Protective Qualities: Water resistant
Item Number (DPCI): 082-01-1166
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overall: 3 out of 5 stars, see all reviews
Most recent reviews
good rack but could be better
3 out of 5 stars
bowie — 1 year ago
The rack is very sturdy, but it is for five bikes and says it is only for 2 inch receivers yet it includes a small adapter wrapped in rubber. I would expect a rack that holds five bikes to use a solid metal bar, not a smaller bar wrapped in rubber. Also, the instructions could have been a little bet...see moreof the reviewer's review