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RockyMountsWestSlope 2-Bike Hitch Rack
Sale 24% Off$249.95 $329.95

Item # RMO001A

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Item # RMO001A

WestSlope 2-Bike Hitch Rack

As wallet-friendly as it is feature-filled, the RockyMounts WestSlope 2-Bike Hitch Rack gets you and your buddy's bikes safely from the garage to the trailhead with quick, secure, and hassle-free convenience. Living up to its name, this rack's frame body is sloped to create a tiered mounting arrangement that ingeniously eliminates handlebar interference between the bikes. By using a soft-touch wheel hook and a ratcheted swing arm, the WestSlope provides a secure fit without any harmful contact between your bikes and car. Plus, the rack folds flat against the vehicle and tilts down 30 degrees to allow for easy hatch access.

  • Secure hitch rack built to last without emptying your wallet
  • Holds up to two bikes, weighing 40lbs each
  • Tiered mounting design prevents handlebar contact between bikes
  • Carries tires up to 3in-wide, and diameters from 20-to-29in
  • Folds flat and tilts down 30-degrees to allow for hatch access
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[hitch] 1.25in, 2in
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Good bike trailer, great on sale

    Hi quality construction that will no doubt last. Way better than most racks if you get around $200-250. Wobbles a little, bit otherwise there was nothing even close for the price. At $330 it is still a solid rack.

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    What kind of leeway do I have on this rack if my bike has a wheelbase in between 48 in. and 49 in? Am I still safe or do I go with the MonoRail Solo platform mount instead?