Reviewed By David W (Van Nuys, CA) Reviewed for a 2015 Lincoln MKC —5/25/2015 8:13 PM
When we want to go to a bike trail out of our area we could easily hook up this unit; it holds the two bikes and is easy to install.
Reviewed By Josephus L (Richton Park, IL) Reviewed for a 2011 Buick Enclave —5/18/2015 9:33 PM
At first,i dont know how to choose a good brand for my bike hitch....I am very please to the expert of autoanything for helping me choose the right kind of hitch for my bike.I am looking for a 5 bike hitch mount that is durable and not too much expensive on my pocket,easy to install also and he gave me the Yakima Ridgeback Hitch mount bike hitch.He gave me good discounts,free shipping,free tax and a 1 year price guarante on my purchase.I was very happy on my purchase with autoanything
Reviewed By Larry R (Bend, OR) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-250 —5/13/2015 9:06 PM
That is the first thing I noticed. Secondly, assembly requires your full attention. And lastly, well constructed. It attaches to my receiver hitch in front of my pickup. I would recommend this bike rack.
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