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Toyota 4Runner 3 Bike Racks

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Yakima Ridgeback Hitch Mount Bike Rack Reviews


Yakima Ridgeback 4-bike rack

Reviewed By Andrew S (HENRICO, VA) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota 4Runner —10/3/2016 8:30 PM

I really like the weight and feel of the Ridgeback and believe it should last for quite sometime. For those that don't actually like the large red Yakima logo don't worry because it won't stay on for very long. Mine was already coming up in a few spots right out of the box. They should do something about that. I'll enjoy it as a good looking and hearty 4 bike hitch mounted rack for years to come.

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Kuat Transfer Hitch Mount Bike Rack Reviews


awesome rack

Reviewed By Amy W (Emporia, KS) Reviewed for a 2008 Dodge Avenger —10/27/2017 6:32 AM

Bang for the Buck the Kuat Transfer is hands down one of the best out there. I looked at several brands in this price range and this stood out above. Really easy to put together and install on my hitch. Seems sturdy and has an optional locking system for not much more money that I like. It folds up to the vehicle nicely when not in use. I can get my trunk open with our without bikes on it.

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Yakima FourTimer Hitch Mount Bike Rack Reviews


Great bike rack for 4 or 2 bikes!

Reviewed By Kyle M (Westland, MI) Reviewed for a 2015 Ford F-150 —10/10/2017 6:22 PM

I love how you can quickly change this rack from a 4 bike rack to a 2 bike rack by removing one bolt and then sliding the secondary rack off. I drove with 2 bikes on the rack for an 8 hr round trip after I bought it and they held very secure the entire time. I have yet to try it with 4 bikes. Ignore the reviewer who mentioned that the vertical arms that clamp the bike frame can't rotate - the manual explains how to rotate them by first pressing a button to unlock them. It's a great feature!

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