Thule Vertex Hitch Bike Rack Customer Reviews
37 Customer Reviews
Back in the 9th grade, a geometric vertex sent you backpedaling. Today, the Thule Vertex Hitch Bike Rack gets you pedaling in the right direction faster.
This Thule hitch bike rack features an innovative arc design for additional ground clearance and improved bike transport. Your bikes rest in cushioned Hold Fast Cradles™ that keep ‘em protected from movement during travels. And, built-in anti-sway cages help prevent potential bike-on-bike or bike-on-vehicle damage.
The Vertex bike rack folds down and tilts for full access to the rear end of your ride. Plus, it's equipped with an easy-to-carry handle when you need to remove the hitch rack from your vehicle. What's more, this rack is available in various models to accommodate up to five bikes. And, each Thule Vertex Hitch Bike Rack is built in the USA and backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
37 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Lisa S (BRIDGEPORT, AL) Reviewed for a 2010 Jeep Wrangler — Dec 19, 2013 11:19 PM
This thing is really nice and seems to be very well constructed. I really like the fact that it will fit on 2" and 1 1/4" receivers, because I have a 2 on my jeep and an 1 1/4 on my versa.
Reviewed by Alejandro R (Navarre, FL) Reviewed for a 2013 Jeep Wrangler — Oct 12, 2013 9:42 PM
Got this bike rack at a great price plus it is a solid made piece of equipment. My complaints are that it comes with a bolt to lock the bike carrier to the tow hitch and that mountain bikes are very difficult to load on the positions closest to my Jeep. Fortunately today I only had to carry my mountain bike so I put on first position. For the price of this rack Thule should have included a locking hitch pin and should have made the arms on the rack closer together so all mountain bikes fit.
Reviewed by Rebekah W (White Lake, MI) Reviewed for a 2006 Chevy Silverado — Sep 15, 2013 6:15 PM
The 9030 is GREAT...But...just be aware you must use the included "bolt" to tighten the rack to the hitch receiver. No pin, just bolt. The bolt keeps the rack from swaying side-to-side. A necessary evil, I guess. Overall the rack is sturdy. I have yet to put 5 bikes on, but I believe it can handle it.