Reviewed By james c (NEWBURY PARK, CA) —5/2/2016 8:39 PM
This is actually the 2 bike extension that mates to the 2 bike hitch rack so that you can tote around 4 of your 2 wheel friends.
Reviewed By Terry S (Papaikou, HI) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 —4/28/2016 6:18 PM
Just purchased and built my Yakima HoldUp and it is ALL I wanted in a carrier.Very well built, very easy to put together, and very securely holds my bike. I will transport my bike with peace of mind because this carrier will do the job safely and with quality.
Reviewed By Bill C (ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL) Reviewed for a 2015 Toyota Highlander —4/27/2016 11:21 AM
This fits into the Curt 2" hitch receiver I installed. The locking mech, to the hitch, is fast and easy. Rack is secure and does not sway. Bikes stay secure and are motionless when straps are used. Takes mts to set up for bike transport. Lays flat in my Highlander behind 3rd row. This is just what I was looking for. (do not completely flatten bar that goes into receiver when storing rack. This makes set up easier. U can use hitch receiver as a lever). Receiver & rack purchased at AA.
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