Reviewed By Hardy W (BELLEVUE, WA) —6/16/2017 8:47 AM
I've always like Thule products. I match all the locks to a single key type. This bike rack is best in the market for hanging-type.
Reviewed By mike b (BAKERSFIELD, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Kia Soul —6/15/2017 9:35 AM
I purchased the Ridge back for 2 bikes and use it almost daily on my 2013 Kia Soul. It's not bulky but it is solid and handles the bikes with ease. It's easy to attach and remove quickly. The fold down feature is great for accessing the rear hatch area. I would definately recommend this sysytem. I have owned the type of carrier that hooks and straps to the rear of the vehicle and in time it damages the finish of the car. The Ridge back does not make contact except at the hitch area.
Reviewed By Stephanie H (Chicago, IL) —7/11/2011 10:23 AM
Having some problems with getting the bike portion of the holders tight enough to prevent it from swiveling with a bike on it. Tightening the brackets digs into the bar and is causing permanent damage, so I will not be able to move them after they are spaced and situated. OK rack for the price. I will know what to look for when I am ready to upgrade to a permanent bike rack.
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