Reviewed By Robert b (RINGTOWN, PA) Reviewed for a 2012 Cadillac SRX —6/28/2016 5:44 AM
Easy to use,all steel construction,does what it supposed to and made in USA,what else needs to be said.
Reviewed By kendell w (Alvarado, TX) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram —6/25/2016 10:19 AM
Glad i picked this rack! They don't sell it as or make any claims about this being any more secure than other racks, but after using it I can't see any way for anyone to steal the bike or a wheel! The loops appear to prevent that. IMHO. As far as going in a restaurant and leaving your bikes out of sight i personally don't worry. Between the lockable loops and the cable that locks into the cam and the lock on the hitch pin. IMHO. Heavy, an aluminum version would be perfection!!!!
Reviewed By Kevin M (Maryville, TN) —6/25/2016 4:21 AM
Yakama Ridgeback 5 bike carrier substantially built. Like zip ties. Carrier does bounce a bit with a few bikes, appears to be ok though. While around 50 lbs manageable putting on and off. Get Yakama hand cuff lock to integrate with carrier.
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