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Old 08-24-2019, 12:23 AM   #1
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4 bike receiver mount bike rack

Hi all,

For the past two seasons Iíve had a Yakima bike rack, the kind that hangs the bike from the top. It wasnít cheap and was installed correctly and I guess it just couldnít handle the pressure back there. Also their solution for womenís bikes is awful, a little adapter that eventually destroys itself.

It has beat the crap out of the bikes and Iím done with it. It was very well reviewed and maybe it wouldíve worked great on the back of an suv. But 50 feet back it just bounced everything to **** and bent itself in the process.

Is anyone really happy with their bike rack? Iím looking now I guess at the tray style bike racks, where you put the wheels on a tray and then lock it into place.
Thanks for any tips.
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Old 08-24-2019, 05:04 AM   #2
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RV Bike Rack

I have the 2 bike rack from Swagman and love it. Been using for 2 years with no problems. Here is a link (BTW These are RV Approved Racks) https://www.swagman.net/products/rv-racks/
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