Reviewed By Anne K (Indiana, PA) Reviewed for a 2015 Honda Fit —8/19/2015 8:48 PM
Good rack for short older lady. A little tricky getting bike on and off inner holder... but practice makes perfect. Stable, quick, seems solid.
Reviewed By Kevin M (Adamstown, MD) Reviewed for a 2004 Honda Accord —8/8/2015 7:22 AM
I have used Thule for years and can't say enough about the quality. The Raceway rack fits on my Accord perfect and I also have a rear spoiler and thee are no issues. It provides an additional level of security for one back on the rack and it also has locks to secure the rack to the car. I would buy this product again without hesitation.
Reviewed By brian p (Richardson, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Infiniti QX56 —7/24/2015 10:02 PM
Solid mount system. Once loaded with the family's four bikes there was minimum movement with the bikes. At our first trip gas stop, someone needed something out of the back of the car. It was so easy to swing the load to the side to gain access. Once done, the bikes were returned to position and tightened down and we were back on the road. It wasn't the only time I had to do that and because of that single need, it was worth it's weight in gold.
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