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Saris Bike Porter Trunk 3-Bike
Don’t waste your weekend! Go explore with Saris’ Bike Porter Trunk 3-Bike rack. It’s outfitted with adjustable features to fit a vast variety of vehicles. Constructed of sturdy, durable steel, the rack’s frame has 15 different easy-to-adjust positions. It’s held in place by foam-padded legs and four straps, each with a smartly coated hook to protect your car’s finish. The bikes are held down with ratcheting, anti-sway straps and rest in protective, grooved rubber cradles, which allow the shift cables to slot down underneath and away from the top tube.
Saris Freedom 2-Bike
Freedom is a versatile lightweight rack that makes loading and unloading bikes quick and easy. Foldable upright arms securely clamp top or seat tubes with soft, non-marring pads. - Ratcheting straps keep bike stable and secure and adjust to fit most bikes - Standard wheel scoop fits up to 2.25" tires. Fat wheel trays are available separately - Adjustable to work with most bikes - Fits 1 1/4- and 2-inch hitches - Can hold two bikes weighing up to 60 lbs each - Rack weighs 20 lbs - Made in the USA
Saris Locking Hitch Tite (Threaded)
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).
Thule Sidearm Bike Mount
Thule's Sidearm is perfect for bikes with non-traditional frame designs or unique fork/hub interfaces because it holds bikes by the wheels only. For fast and easy loading, Thule's ratcheting SecureHook clamps the front wheel, while a ratcheting strap secures the rear. The Sidearm accepts most bicycles including those with 29-inch wheels. This fine bike mount fits on square and round crossbars (sold separately).
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