Saris’ Bones 3-Bike rack unites utilitarian strength and modern style. Crafted of incredibly strong, injection-molded plastic, the four arched leg mounts and two arched arms cradle your bikes on different levels to minimize unwanted handlebar and seat contact. Six highly adjustable straps, each equipped with soft, vinyl-coated hooks, hold the rack down, while the four legs have grippy rubber feet to provide a sturdy base that won't harm your vehicle's finish. Ratcheting, soft-touch, anti-sway straps ensure a tight grasp on your bikes. The Bones is made out of 100% recyclable, non-rusting parts and fits almost all vehicles—even those with spoilers. Plus, it folds fast for easy portability and storage.
The arch is arguably the most important engineering feat in human history. One look at Saris’ Bones 2-Bike rack would make any ancient Roman proud. With three incredibly strong, arched leg mounts and two arched arms, you can rest assured that your bike is in solid hands. Six highly adjustable straps, each equipped with soft coated hooks, hold the rack down, while the three legs have grippy rubber feet to provide a sturdy base. Ratcheting anti-sway straps ensure a tight grasp on your bikes. The Bones is made out of 100% recyclable, non-rusting parts and fits almost all vehicles—even those with spoilers.
Saris' Hatch Huggers fasten Saris racks (sold separately) to certain vehicles. They replace the regular straps for vehicles with glass hinge lines and vehicles with narrow gaps around the trunk.
- Adapts female specific and full suspension frames to be easily hung on car rack carriers - Locking ends ensure a firm hold on the bicycles seat tube and head tube for a secure fit - Makes transporting an unconventional frame by car rack much easier - Extends from 21.5" to 31" eye to eye
Simply insert Saris' Hitch Tite into the hitch receiver to give your Saris bike rack (sold separately) extra stability. The Hitch Tite is compatible with the Bike Porter Hitch 2-Bike, Freedom, Axis Steel, Axis Aluminum, Cycle-On, and T-RAX Sport racks.
Make Every Escapade a Grand Slam Take your bike outings from mediocre to unforgettable with the Grand Slam 3-bike hitch rack. This simple hanging hitch rack sports essential, no-fuss features, including a base that tilts for hatch access, arms that fold for quick storage, and straight-forward assembly. Constructed from American-made steel, the Grand Slam is secure enough to transport a team of bikes to any destination. - Carries 3 bikes (35 lb./bike) - A Bike Beam may be required for frames without a horizontal top tube. - Hanging hitch rack tilts away for hatch access when unloaded. - Ratcheting bike hold downs accommodate a variety of bike sizes and frame types. - Arms fold up and down with ease for quick storage and easy loading. - American-made steel construction. - Fits 1.25" or 2" hitch receiver.
- Carries 2 bikes (35 pounds/bike). - Preassembled. - Injection-molded arms are strongest in the market. - Arms fold up and down with ease for quick storage and easy loading. - Welded steel mainframe. - Rack tilts down with pull of handle for easy access to rear of vehicle. - Coated hold-downs and anti-sway straps provide soft-touch protection to secure and stabilize the bikes. - Fits 1-¼-inch or 2-ubcg hitches out of the box. - Hitch lock sold separately (Model 3022). - Lightweight, steel construction weighs only 15 pounds. - Made in Madison, WI.
Thule's full-featured Archway rack gets you on the road fast and worry-free. Thule's easy-to-use FitDial offers a perfect fit and quick installation with the added bonus of an integrated locking cable that secures bikes to the rack. For more security, the TrunkLocker locks the rack to your car. Long arms provide clearance over spoilers, Hold Fast cradles with vibration damping elastomers and anti-sway protect your bike’s finish, while molded pads protect your car's finish. The Archway fits all different types of bikes thanks to the Cinch Lever that allows the bike arms to adjust independently. Plus, the Archway folds flat for easy storage. Who says you can't take it with you?
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