The heavy-duty, award-winning Thule T2 Pro is now even easier to install, remove and store thanks to the integrated wheels. - Versatile design fits nearly all styles of bikes up to 60 lbs with zero frame contact - AutoAttach system makes installation and removal simple and tool-free - Integrated wheels help to maneuver the rack on and off the vehicle - The HitchSwitch lever allows you to tilt the rack down for rear vehicle access or tilt it up when not in use - Fits 20-29" wheels and up to 5" tires without adapters making it ideal for carbon frames, mountain, downhill, or fat bikes - Integrated cable lock and lock knob locks bikes to the rack and secures the rack to the receiver - Generous spacing between bike mounts with the ability to adjust side to side to eliminate bike interference - Carries up to 4 bikes with Thule T2 Pro XT Add-On (sold separately, 9036XTB, 2" receiver only)
Thule's Bed Rider is perfect for carrying bicycles in your truck's bed. It's comprised of a Thule telescoping aluminum crossbar and 2 Thule Low Rider mounts with locking quick releases. The telescoping design lets the Bed Rider fit small to full-size truck beds without drilling, and the Low Rider mounts hold fast keeping your bikes safe and secure. You can also add Low Rider mounts to carry additional bikes.
Robust trunk bike rack securely holds bikes, is easy to use, and folds for compact storage. Features - Secure fit with integrated anti-sway cradles that prevent bike to bike contact - 7" of spacing between the bikes prevents contact during transport - Quickly attach bikes and easily secure them to the rack using the ratcheting cradle strap - Compact cradle design accommodates wide variety of bike sizes and frame styles - Bike rack arms independently adjust to fit a wide variety of bikes and fold down when not in use - Access straps can be tucked away to protect the vehicle finish - Folds up flat for convenient storage - Locks the bikes to the bike rack with integrated cable lock - Locks to the car with optional Thule Lock Strap (sold separately) Technical specifications - Max number of bikes: 2 - Load capacity: 70 lb - Max bike weight: 35 lb - Dimensions: 23.5 x 18 x 33 in - Folded dimensions: 23.5 x 18 x 21 in - Weight: 13.7 lb - Carbon frame compatible - One Key System compatible - Lockable bike-to-rack - Lockable rack-to-vehicle (adapter required: Thule Passive Lock Strap)
Upright bike carrier for the quickest, most convenient mounting-for bikes up to 44 lbs. - Automatically positions your bike when you secure it, thanks to the uniquely designed frame holder and wheel tray. - Quick and easy bike securing – the torque limiter dial controls the force going into the bike frame with a clear sign of correct mounting. - Pressure is spread via large, soft claw pads that adapt to your bike’s frame tubes – minimizing the risk of frame damage. - Safe mounting – your bike is prevented from falling thanks to the claw’s extended lower jaw. - Stable wheels – firmly fixed in smartly designed wheel holders with diagonal quick-release wheel straps. - Easy, tool-free interface for switching carrier from one side of your car to the other. - Mounts on Thule AeroBlade Edge, Thule AeroBlade, Thule SquareBar and round bars.
Grab your bikes, put them on the back of your vehicle and go with Thule's Passage rear rack. It's that easy because Thule's innovative Fit Dial easily attaches the Passage to most vehicles and the 6 straps securely hold it in place (straps not shown), while Thule's rubber anti-sway cradles keep your bikes from swaying into each other. You'll also love that the rack arms fold making it super easy to store this rack when it's not in use.
Thule's Snug-Tite Receiver Lock secures their T2, Doubletrack, Roadway, and Parkway receiver-type racks (also called "hitch racks"). Just insert the Snug-Tite in place of your receiver pin and the rack is locked in place.
- Updated design, for use with all Saris racks where bikes are secured by the top tube - Bridges the gap from stem to seat tube, creating a virtual top tube - Useful on ladies and specialty frames
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