- Strip away the strain of loading your bikes with a Yakima StickUp Hitch Bike Rack
- Affordable tray-style 2-bike hitch carrier
- Mounts into your 1 1/4” or 2” hitch receiver, the optimal location for fast access
- 10-second load time
- Deluxe wheel straps hold your bicycle secure while driving
- Adjust the height and length of each cradle on your Yakima StickUp Hitch Bike Rack independently to carry mixed frame sizes and shapes at the same time
- RocSteady hitch tongue fights off sway while driving
- Folds up and out of the way when not in use
- Yakima covers your StickUp Hitch Bike Rack with a Lifetime Warranty
Sweating your way up a steep mountain grade or across a rocky backcountry path is rewarding. Wasting your time and energy loading bikes onto your auto is not. Yakima knows that you want to spend more time pedaling than fumbling with a roof rack, so they invented the StickUp Hitch Bike Rack. It fits into your hitch receiver, giving you fast access to an ultra-secure bike carrier.
Road bikes, mountain bikes, and beach cruisers can all fit into your Yakima StickUp Hitch Bike Rack. Each cradle adjusts independently, so you can carry a 59cm Bianchi and a 49cm Trek at the same time. Plus, the Yakima Stickup is ideal for carrying bicycles with elaborate fenders, custom frames, and even banana seats. Best of all, 10-seconds is all it takes to load a bike onto your Yakima StickUp Hitch Bike Rack.
On those unfortunate drives when you're not hauling your bike, the Yakima StickUp folds up and out of your way. Plus, its lightweight frame is easy to remove from your hitch when you need rear access. Lifetime Warranty.
Yakima StickUp Hitch Bike Rack Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Kent F (TAMPA, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford Explorer — Mar 06, 2014 12:00 PM
Love my new stickup! This thing is heavy duty and well built,and we load our bikes in half the time as our old strap on rack. Cost and quality make this one a winner.
Reviewed by Oksana B (OVERLAND PARK, KS) Reviewed for a 2011 Subaru Forester — Jun 10, 2013 9:56 PM
I like this rack very much - it looks good, easy to use, and it holds bikes very well.
Reviewed by Dat D (BARLING, AR) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tacoma — May 22, 2013 8:42 PM
Very nice looking rack and great value. Has higher weight capacity than its Thule competitor. My annoyance comes from rack not tilting down far enough for my 2012 Tacoma Prerunner tailgate to open all the way. While folded up middle section freely swings into tailgate potentially scratching paint. I also wish there was 2" or 1-1/4" specific hitch option instead of the weaker all-in-one. Tip, buy 2 Masterlock hitch locks from autopart store to save $$ and for security. Get the lock w/ 1/4" pin.
Reviewed by Thomas L (OSCEOLA, WI) Reviewed for a 2011 Ford Fusion — Apr 11, 2013 9:56 AM
Many other styles allow the wheels to turn, wear on the cross bar, allow multiple bikes to bang together. Not this one. The quality is solid and well built. I like the fact that it comes with 1 1/4 inch receiver and an ada to a 2 inch is provided. I currently have vehicles with both sizes. I knocked off one star due to the fact that I have a bike with 29 inch wheels and the rear tire cradle does not support that size. As a result it leaves a gap below the tire.
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