Advantage SportsRack Truck Bed Bike Rack Customer Reviews
71 Customer Reviews
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.
71 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Casper R (Livingston, MT) — May 21, 2014 6:56 PM
The bike rack was very light and easy to handle. The instructions were very easy to read and follow. The rack fit very nice inside the bed of the truck and hauled the bikes very well. The price of the rack was not as expensive as I had thought.
Reviewed by Victor D (Saint Louis, MO) — May 21, 2014 4:22 AM
In order to get the rack into my truck bed I had to go at the rack with a hacksaw to make it smaller. I have bought most of the materials necessary to put the rack back together. It will fit the truck bed once I get it back together. The truck is a 2003 Dodge Dakota Sport with a bed liner. The AutoAnything ad did not provide the rack dimensions, just said it would fit.
Reviewed by Arthur B (Santa Fe, NM) Reviewed for a 2003 Ford F-150 — Feb 26, 2014 8:59 AM
The bike rack is solid, well-built and was easy to install. It will basically live in the bed of my F-150 except while carrying other types of loads. I plan to use bungee cords to further stabilize the bikes when driving off road, but that is not necessary on pavement. I was surprised at the low price for a 4-bike rack. Turning the front forks to one side still leaves quite a bit of storage room in my truck's 6.5 foot bed.