- The Advantage SportsRack Truck Bed Bike Rack is the easiest way to haul up to 4 bikes in your pickup’s bed
- Park your wheel into any open slot, adjust the cushions and tire guide, and you’re set—no wheel removal needed
- Built tough from steel with a durable black powder coating
- Adjustable to fit most compact and full-size trucks—does not work with stepside beds
- Rack width is 54.5" to 66" without a spacer or 60" to 72.5" with the included spacer
- Mounts securely with bumper-cushioned screws—no drilling required
- Fits bike wheels up to 26" in diameter
- Lockable security cable included
- Download installation instructions (PDF)
- Your Advantage SportsRack Truck Bed Bike Rack is backed by a Lifetime Warranty
When you've got an itch to hit the trails on your 2-wheeler, the last thing you want to do is waste time tearing down your bike. But, most truck bed bike racks out there force you to pop off your wheel to get a secure fit. What a pain.
Well, times have changed. Thanks to the Advantage SportsRack Truck Bed Bike Rack, you never have to wrench on your hubs, fiddle with your chain, or find a place to stash your loose wheel. Simply fit your wheel into one of the open slots on your Advantage SportsRack Truck Bike Rack, and you're ready to rock and roll over to your favorite rocky trailhead.
Best of all, your Advantage SportsRack bed rack mounts securely to your pickup without any drilling needed. It's equipped with bumper-cushioned screws, so a couple turns is all it takes to seat it securely. And, if you need to haul oversized gear in your bed, it's just as fast to remove. You also get a lockable security cable and a Lifetime Warranty.
Advantage SportsRack Truck Bed Bike Rack Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by Bev R (Broken Arrow, OK) — May 07, 2015 8:35 PM
we have had this rack for a little over a week and used it several times, assembly and installation was easy and quick. It looks great and seems to hold the bikes fine. The only issue I have had with it is you must be careful when putting the bike in the rack- the angled bars can hit the derailer.
Reviewed by Bradley W (VERO BEACH, FL) Reviewed for a 2014 Toyota Tundra — Apr 20, 2015 11:33 AM
I'm customizing this rack to ride on top of a solid tonneau. It's the only rack I've found that can do that. The custom brackets I need to go between the rack and the cargo attachment system in my truck are not finished yet, but I've been using the rack as an outdoor freestanding unit while I wait. My only issue thus far is that the process of adjusting the rack scraped paint and the spots are now rusting. I have black spray paint in the garage and il hit those spots with a fresh coat.
Reviewed by Timothy R (Greenfield, IN) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado — Apr 16, 2015 11:15 AM
Sorry but you can not put the rear tire in without rubbing against the derailer. Front tire works though. You just have to tie it all down to be secure. Works but not as nice as could be. With a little re-engineering it could be great. Working on mine now.
Reviewed by Barry B (Davidson, NC) Reviewed for a 2014 Dodge Ram — Oct 07, 2014 5:17 AM
It takes 2 people 25 minutes to assemble or 1 person all day. 4 hands are 10x faster than 2. It looks great after you get your bike in it, but to get it in, FIRST you may need to put it in the proper gear so the derailer isn't in the way. Also, you will probably need to jump up into the bed to adjust the bike in the stand. Once in, its VERY SECURE.
Reviewed by Lisa S (Wakefield, RI) Reviewed for a 2010 Ford F-150 — Sep 14, 2014 5:29 PM
I bought this for my husband as he has just recently started biking. It's so convenient and easy to use. Just back the bike into the slot and off you go. No more using tie downs. We've had 3 bikes in it so far and I'm sure 4 will fit just fine.
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