Reviewed By Hendra W (ENGLEWOOD, CO) Reviewed for a 2011 Nissan Rogue —9/14/2016 8:20 PM
I really love this carrier. Works perfectly with 2" CURT hitch receiver. It is a high quality product, easy to install and use.
Reviewed By Mike F (LEXINGTON PARK, MD) Reviewed for a 2007 Honda Pilot —9/1/2016 5:37 PM
Was looking for a sturdy high quality rack that wasn't ultra expensive or had too many moving parts- wanted basic and easy to use. Also wanted a direct 2" connection without any adapters. The Parkway satisfied all my needs.
Reviewed By Evelyn M F (Bremerton, WA) Reviewed for a 2006 Hyundai Azera —8/23/2016 9:56 PM
It took about an hour to assemble and load the bike. We took a trip to the ocean which is round trip about 300 miles with no problems at all. The straps are a bit stiff to adjust. I think it is a good option for someone that can't lift a bike very far off the ground which is one of the reasons I chose this bike rake. The guys at Auto Anything make this suggest after I told them what I was looking for. All the tools arrive in the package is another plus.
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By becoming two of the biggest brands in the business, these companies are both synonymous with high quality. But, when faced with a decision between purchasing INNO or Thule racks, it’s best to weigh your cargo-carrying needs before you purchase.
No matter the adventure you have planned, Thule and Yakima racks make it easy to transfer your gear from point A to point B, freeing up cabin space for you and your passengers.
You’re in luck, because the aftermarket is stacked to the racks with bicycle racks designed to get it there in one piece. But, with so many brands and varieties, a lot of people are left to wonder how to install a bike rack.
When it’s time to load your two-wheeled steeds and make way for the trailhead, a high-quality bike rack is a must.
Adam Donahue, Marketing Manager for Thule, chatted with us at the 2012 SEMA Show about the brand’s latest cargo boxes-and bike racks.
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