Saris Freedom Hitch Mount Bike Rack Customer Reviews
7 Customer Reviews
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Riding bicycles is all about freedom. But loading and unloading your bikes to and from cumbersome bike racks can make you feel like a slave. So free yourself from the racks that bind with the Saris Freedom Hitch Mount Bike Rack. Featuring a tray design, the Saris Freedom is easy to load and unload. And Saris' proprietary Cuscino (Italian for pillow) rubber-lined frame cradles baby your bikes while holding them secure.
What the name doesn't tell you is that it means all bike types and sizes fit—even recumbents (requires Long Wheelbase Bar, sold separately). The easy-to-adjust hold-downs and ratcheting straps keep bikes secure, while the rugged injection-molded wheel trays keep bikes safe and damage free.
Designed to work with 2" standard hitch receivers, the Saris Freedom hitch mounted bike rack easily slips right into your hitch. The rack features a foot-pedal that tilts it away from your tailgate for easy cargo access, and folds it up to the vehicle when not in use. And for added confidence, Saris builds your Freedom Hitch Mount Bike Rack in the USA, and they back it with a Lifetime Warranty.
7 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Nancy R (Potlatch, ID) Reviewed for a 2012 Toyota RAV4 — Monday at 6:17 AM
After much studying of all the bike racks out there, we found this one to be perfect. We have new "Electra Townie" cruiser bikes. One of them has fenders and both are lady's style which made most of the racks available not work without adding an adapter bar. This rack works with both our Pick-up and our Rav4 that has the spare tire on the back. It is super easy to install and load the bikes on. We couldn't be happier!
Reviewed by Paul A (RHINELANDER, WI) — Jul 06, 2014 6:40 AM
Fit and finish are very nice. Assembly is a snap. Getting it set up just right so both bikes fit right took some time, now that it's done it works well. The main reason we went with the Freedom is my wife has a drop-frame bike. I would have liked to go with a SuperClamp, but this was half the cost.
Reviewed by Chuck W (Prescott, AZ) — Dec 30, 2013 9:44 AM
I bought this as it seemed conducive to my recumbent. It works well with only a bungee cord for back up due to the frame holder on the center not touching the frame. However, the box was missing the 3 nuts for the three bolts. Auto anything replaced them.