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Yakima HoldUp Hitch Rack
$629.99
Now you can haul 2 bikes of any size, from stout BMX bikes to long cruisers and heavy DH bikes with no need for adapters thanks to Yakima's HoldUp Hitch Rack. This sturdy rack sports heavy cast wheel trays and their adjustable StrongArm retainers that hold the bikes by the wheels for superior stability and super-quick loading. Side-to-side adjustability ensures a perfect fit and minimizes bike-to-bike interference. A user-friendly trigger folds the tray down for easy access and the entire mast folds up when not in use. Plus, the HoldUp also includes Yakima's LockDown cable system, which secures your bicycles and rack to your vehicle. There's even an integrated bottle opener.
Yakima RidgeBack 2
$339.99
Yakima's RidgeBack 2 securely transports two bikes with Yakima's cradles and their simple-to-adjust, ratcheting ZipStrips. Constructed of lightweight aluminum, this innovative hitch rack comes fully assembled out of the box for ease of use. Just plug it into the hitch, tighten and lock the SpeedKnob, and you're ready to load up the bikes! In addition to carrying traditional double-diamond frames with zero bike-to-bike contact, the anti-sway cradles are specially shaped to be compatible with non-standard and full-suspension frames. Plus, the Upperhand control lever allows the rack to fold down, away from back of your vehicle, for unimpeded trunk/hatch access, or when not in use, lets the RidgeBack fold flat for storage.
Kuat Transfer 2
$419.99 - $434.99
Kuat's Transfer 2 offers all the Kuat quality you'd expect at a price that appeals to privateer racers and weekend riders alike. It fits both 1.25 and 2-inch trailer hitches and its stout steel construction won't leave you hanging, or your precious cargo bouncing around on the road. Bikes mount securely and easily with an adjustable locking arm and wheel tray. Best of all, there's no contact with the frame so your bike will come off the rack looking just as good as when you put it on. The wheel trays hold up to a four-inch-wide tire and the rack holds bikes with wheels anywhere from 20 to 29 inches.
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