The Bones Hitch 4-Bike rack is born out of the design and function of Saris' best-selling Bones rack and brought to life in the form of a hitch rack. You wanted a nicely designed, tilting rack at a great value, and you wanted it to be lightweight. The result is the Bones Hitch. The Bones Hitch is one of the lightest racks in the marketplace yet every bit as strong and durable. That's why Saris backs it—along with all of their racks—with a lifetime warranty. Stylish, lightweight, easy to use and made here in the USA—who says you can't have it all? - Carries 4 bikes, up to 35 pounds each. - Preassembled in box. - 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-inch hitches out of the box. - Lifetime warranty. - Made in Madison, WI. - Injection-molded arms are strongest in the market. - Arms fold up and down with ease for quick storage and easy loading. - Welded steel mainframe. - Hitch lock sold separately (Model 3022). - Lightweight, steel construction weighs only 20 lbs.
Choose your own adventure with the MTR 1-bike hitch rack. Whether you're feeling me-time or party time, the MTR can adjust for any occasion. The secret is in the MTR’s modular design (after all, MTR stands for "Modular Tray Rack"). Simply add or remove trays to securely haul between one and three bikes to wherever the trail may lead. When you're ready to hit the road, feel free to take the scenic route. Rugged enough to handle the harshest of environments, the MTR is built with American-made steel and aluminum. Complete with versatile and sleek nesting trays with dual-arm wheel holders, the MTR can carry nearly any rig—from Junior's MTB to downhill to your favorite eBike—securely, in style and without ever coming into contact with your bike's frame. The Saris MTR also available in a 2-Bike version. Product Features - Modular: carries 1 bike, up to 60 lbs, and can be customized with Add-On to transport up to three bikes. - Pivot Away: unique wheel trays pivot and nest for easy loading and compact storage. - Dual-arm holders are compatible with a wide range of tire sizes and never touch the bike's frame. - Full Tilt: tilting feature allows easy hatch access without removing bikes. - Complete Integrated Security: locks the rack to the car and the bikes to the rack. - Tray-style hitch bike rack. - Carries 1 bike, up to 60 lb. - Customizable to carry more bikes with 1-Bike Add-On and 2-Bike Add-On - No assembly needed. - Tool-free installation. - Rack weight: 35 lb - Adjustable wheel block to accommodate wheel sizes from 20 inches up to 29 inches and tire sizes as wide as 5 inches. - Easily folds up when not in use. - Integrated locking cable secures bikes to the rack. - Locking hitch pin secures rack to the car. - Accommodates wheel bases up to 53 inches. - Universal hitch: fits 1-1/4" and 2" hitches out of the box. - Constructed from American-made aluminum and steel, and tested to outlive the elements.
Whether you've invited more friends for an epic ride or can’t decide which rig to take to the trails, the MTR 1-Bike Add-On has you covered. Compatible with both the MTR 1-bike and 2-bike hitch rack, these add-on trays save you the hassle of buying a new rack to haul more bikes. Built with the same robust materials as the MTR rack, these add-on trays are ready to roll out of the box and are the soul of the Modular Tray Rack (MTR) functionality. Product Features - Bike tray add-on for MTR 1-bike or 2-bike tray-style hitch rack. - Built with American-made aluminum and steel. - Nesting wheel trays speed up bike loading and unloading process. - Wheel trays and dual-arm wheel holders securely transport variety of bikes. - Hauls bikes up to 60 lb if used as first two trays closest to vehicle; or up to 35 lb if used as third or fourth tray. - Bike tray add-on for the MTR platform hitch rack. Compatible with both the 1-bike and 2-bike base. - Carries 1 bike, up to 60 lb when used in the first two positions closest to the vehicle. When used in positions furthest from the vehicle, tray can hold a bike up to 35 lb. - Minimal assembly required. - Rack weight: 30 lb. - Adjustable wheel block to accommodate wheel sizes from 20 inches up to 29 inches and tire sizes as wide as 5 inches. - Integrated locking cable secures bikes to the rack. - Hitch compatibility will depend on MTR base unit. - Built and tested to outlive the elements.
When adventure calls, you need a hardy bike rack to get you and your collection of bikes there. That’s why Saris built the SuperClamp 4-bike from the ground-up to be the safest, toughest, and lightest 4-bike platform hitch rack on the road. It all comes down to its super compact design, with two bikes carried on a single horizontal bar. Plus, each bike rack undergoes unparalleled testing in the heart of tundra country – meaning, if it survives in Wisconsin, it will thrive wherever your compass leads. When it comes to durability, versatility and carrying capacity, the SuperClamp 4-bike packs a punch in its light, 63 lb package. In fact, the SuperClamp is 40% lighter than similar platform hitch racks, yet is guaranteed to last a lifetime thanks to its tough steel construction. Load it up with mountain bikes, electric bikes, kid’s bikes, road bikes, insert-any-bike-type-here bike, and the SuperClamp will carry them safely to their destination. No matter where your bike wants to go, the SuperClamp 4-bike is up for the challenge. - Rock-solid dual hooks provide unmatched security, and never touches the bike’s frame. - Brawny, yet lightweight – designed to carry two bikes on a single bar for a footprint that is both compact and able to carry up to 4 bikes of any type (190 lb total). - Load ‘em up! Crafted to haul a wide variety and combination of bikes. - Tilting feature allows access to rear of vehicle, even when fully loaded (your dog will thank you), and folds up when not in use. - Functional, eye-pleasing design that looks good on any car and features integrated locks, reflectors and of course - a bottle opener.
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