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With so many bike racks on the market these days, rack makers are adding silly bells and whistles just to set themselves apart. Sure, one rack folds five different ways, another opens beer bottles. But, can they haul your bikes? Don’t trust your bicycle to a wing and a prayer, get it to the ride and back in one piece with the Highland SportWing Hitch Mount Bike Rack.
The SportWing Bike Rack is unique for one important reason—it hauls bikes. And that means any bike, no matter what the size or the frame shape. Thanks to an exclusive cradle design, the Highland Bike rack holds your bikes by their wheels. This means super secure hauling for all your bikes, without any nicks, dings or damage.
Designed to work with both 1.25” and 2” hitch receivers, the SportWing fits most cars, vans and SUVs. And, thanks to the detachable upright brackets, your rack folds easily for compact storage. Even better, Highland backs your SportWing Hitch Mount Bike Rack with a 1-year warranty.
Reviewed by Arnulfo V (Corpus Christi, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 Scion iQ — Aug 23, 2013 4:56 AM
I purchased the two bike version. It's built pretty well, lightweight which is a plus because I used it on my Scion iQ. Only downfall is it tends to make a creaky noise every now and then. Also I do wish there was an adapter to raise its height from the hitch attachment point as the bikes hover too close above ground for my taste. Overall it's a bargain and I love the fact that the frames don't come in contact with anything.
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Asked by Anonymous
May 20, 2013 3:02 PM
I have a standard hitch for my vehicle. What is the difference with the steel versus aluminum? I won't be doing long travels with my bike - no more than a 30 mile radius from my home. Secondly, is this okay to place on the vehicle only when in use or does it need to stay on all the time?
Answered by Nathan S. — May 21, 2013 8:28 AM
Hi, The aluminum rack is lighter and can potentially save you some gas over a long trip. Also, the rack can be slid out of the receiver hitch in seconds to be left at home.flag Accept Answer