RockyMounts Clutch SD Truck Bed Bike Rack Customer Reviews
27 Customer Reviews
The world is full of inviting mountain trails to shred, road routes to bomb and boardwalks to meander. The only trouble is getting there with your bikes in one piece. Sure, you could just chuck them into the back of your truck, but don't expect them to shift, break or cruise smoothly after bumping, bouncing and crashing around. Keep your two-wheelers safe and sound with the RockyMounts Clutch SD Truck Bed Bike Rack.
Unlike most truck bed bike racks that have to be drilled into your bed rails, the RockyMounts Clutch SD bolts right to your rig's factory-installed cargo management rails (Toyota, Nissan, Chevy and GMC). An Allen wrench and a few minutes is all you need to secure it in place.
The only thing easier than mounting your RockyMounts Clutch SD Bike Rack is using it. Just pop off your front tire, slip your forks into the Clutch SD's locking skewer, and snug it up. Once in place, your bike holds steady and arrives at the trailhead ready for action. Plus, there's enough room to slip an extra cable lock through the center of your Clutch SD for added security. And, it's backed by a 1-year warranty.
27 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Aaron C (BRANSON, MO) Reviewed for a 2007 Nissan Frontier — May 14, 2014 7:55 AM
I bought 2 of these from AutoAnything. They both use the same key, which I was worried about. Very happy with the purchase. Bikes ride very secure. Note: you'll have to leave your tailgate down when hauling mountain bikes if you have a 5' bed. The only con: I'm worried about is the rust factor over time. If you park outside much, it might be good to take these off.
Reviewed by Paul B (Turlock, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Toyota Tacoma — May 13, 2014 6:55 PM
At first, I was a little concern on how the mounts would affectively work when came to off road or rough roads. However, after putting my trust into the mounts my bikes didn't move a bit. If you own a Tacoma you have to get these mounts. A guarantee buy you will not regret!!!
Reviewed by Joe M (IRONWOOD, MI) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota Tacoma — May 12, 2014 5:40 PM
I was a bit skeptical about these when I received them in the mail. It seemed that they would easily be removed even when locked, but once I installed them and saw how great the design was I was impressed. They even fit well with my Access roll up tonneau cover. I have only used them once for a 150 mile trip, but the bikes were solid as a rock when going down the road and hitting bumps. I wouldn't hesitate to buy these!
Reviewed by Bryan L (PEARLAND, TX) Reviewed for a 2009 Toyota Tacoma — Sep 19, 2013 3:27 AM
I ordered the RockyMounts Clutch SD for my 2009 Toyota Tacoma a few weeks ago. I got it on fri night and had it installed on my truck in less that 15 min. It is a solid mount, no play in the mount at all. It is easy to place my 29er in the fork mounts and once you have locked it down a few times it is so simple to use. I would recommend this to anyone w/ rails in the bed of their truck that were looking for a inexpensive and seamless option to traveling w/ their bike.
Reviewed by nate g (SAN FRANCISCO, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Nissan Frontier — Aug 20, 2013 9:57 AM
I got two, and feel very comfortable carrying bikes around now. They hold the bike secure, and seem sturdy. When locked with a bike on them, these cannot be unscrewed, and the bike seems fairly safe. My one qualm is that when no bike is on the rack, it is possible to unscrew it. I don't know how valuable a locked bike rack would be to a thief, but I'm not worried about it. It's a possibility, though, and a small design change would have fixed it. Stephane L's epoxy suggestion is good to be sure.
Reviewed by Stephane L (DOVER, NH) — May 22, 2013 7:18 AM
Installed in minutes in the Utility channel on the Frontier. Came with locks. Very well designed and constructed. Anyone who says they can be stolen over looks the fact that the vehicle can be stolen more easily. Nothing is theft proof from someone determined to steal it. You could always epoxy the torque tip of the bolt so it can't be removed.
Reviewed by james b (KENNESAW, GA) Reviewed for a 2011 Toyota Tacoma — May 13, 2013 8:19 PM
Functionality is great and this mount makes your bike look awesome inside your truck bed! Read a review where someone said lock was insecure and could be screw off from opposite side of lock... Wrong! I love this mount.