Thule Parkway Bike Rack Customer Reviews
104 Customer Reviews
The Thule Parkway Bike Rack makes loading up for adventure easy. So easy, in fact, it folds down for complete access of your rear cargo area without having to dismount your bikes or the rack.
Strap up to 4 bikes into the Parkway's classic cradles. They're padded to protect your paintjob from knicks and scratches while you motor down to the trailhead. When you need to get at that cooler, gear bag or (more likely) first aid kit, just pull the pin to fold the Parkway down.
The Thule Parkway Bike Rack mounts right to 1 1/4" or 2" receivers. You can pick from either the 2-bike (Thule 958) or 4-bike (Thule 957 and Thule 956) rack. Thule includes a ratcheting tie-down strap for more secure travels. All hardware is included for quick assembly. What's more, Thule builds your Parkway Bike Rack in the USA and backs it with a Lifetime Warranty.
104 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Debra N (QUEEN VALLEY, AZ) Reviewed for a 2013 Hyundai Santa Fe — Oct 18, 2013 8:27 PM
This is the first rack we've ever purchased. It was very easy to install. Only change I might make is to have a rod/pin attachment to our hitch sleeve to make it easier to remove and put on the vehicle. Understand the bolt might provide for better stability, though.
Reviewed by Tim B (BREINIGSVILLE, PA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tacoma — Sep 23, 2013 3:08 AM
I previously owned another bike rack brand. so I have been hauling my bike around to stores and gas stations just to see if it will survive the twisting turning. so far so good, it's a keeper
Reviewed by jonathan b (HENRICO, VA) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota 4Runner — Aug 22, 2013 11:54 AM
Installed the bike rack fairly easily. The bike rack seems very sturdy and looks like it will server me for many years to come. Its nice to find quality built items these days when everything is built cheap and doesn't last. This bike rack appears that it will!
Reviewed by Armando M (Jersey City, NJ) Reviewed for a 2007 Land Rover LR2 — May 30, 2013 5:54 AM
Was not looking forward to installing this thinking, Im going to have to bring it to someone to install. But I tackled it and easy. I did keep looking back every other minute to check it wouldnt fall off but that was my paranoid me LOL Just make sure the hitch is in place as in the pic and tight. Putting the rack is easy after that.
Reviewed by Marcel D C (CALLICOON, NY) — May 22, 2013 3:23 PM
The pin bolt that hold the rack to the receiver is threaded and you will need a 3/4 in. wrench to tighten unless you drill out the hole in the shaft that goes into the receiver. I decided not to do this as tightening the bolt lessens the sway in the rack. If you have to remove a bike rack often this may not be the one for you. Otherwise it is a good quality rack. i replced the upper pin with a threaed eye bolt rather than a clip pin for ease of removal.