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Saris Freedom SuperClamp Hitch Mount Bike Rack

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    Conventional bike carriers grab ahold of the frame, but that spells disaster for your downtube. No matter how padded the cradle, it can still scuff up your finish, kink your brake lines, and rub away decals. For maximum frame protection, set your cycles in the no-contact Saris SuperClamp Freedom Bike Carrier.

    The frame-free stability of your SuperClamp Bike Rack boils down to its ingenious design. It features front and rear wheel hooks that press down on your tires, keeping your bike firmly planted in place for a bump-free ride. The hooks adjust to work with almost any kind of bike, and the built-in locks deliver a stiff line of defense against bike bandits.

    You won't throw out your back loading the Freedom Super Clamp Hitch Bike Rack onto your ride. The SuperClamp 2 Bike Rack weights in at just 29 lbs and fits both 1.25" and 2" receivers. If you need more capacity, go with the SuperClamp 4 Bike Rack that fits 2" receivers. Both models come with a locking hitch pin for an added layer of security. What's more, they're built with pride in the USA and backed by a Lifetime Warranty.

    Saris Freedom SuperClamp Hitch Mount Bike Rack Customer Reviews

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    9 Customer Reviews

    Light and Easy

    Reviewed by Chung C (SUGAR LAND, TX) Reviewed for a 2005 Nissan Titan — Oct 02, 2015 8:00 PM

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    This is probably the lightest 4-bike tray-style rack. Easy to mount and remove by myself. Loading all 4 bikes is quick and easy. Tire clamps are all ideally located, so no need for any wheel straps. It is extremely stable on the road at any speed and conditions. Once folded up, it is very compact behind my tailgate. Cannot even see it in my rear view mirror.

    Heavy but a good design

    Reviewed by Thomas E (Marietta, OH) — May 18, 2015 3:21 PM

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    Had a saris 4 bike porter rack and is good for 2 bikes, but to get 4 on it is really tight. The freedom superclamp is heavy, but once you have it mounted and adjusted to your bikes it is really easy\quick to load. Agree with other reviews that that the lock system is small, but you can use a secondary lock system which is what I do. Bikes do not move at all. A lot of $$$ but feel better after using compared to old rack. Never wrote a review before, but thought this item was worth it.

    Good product, watch out for electric bikes

    Reviewed by Luc P (Brookfield, WI) Reviewed for a 2014 Buick Enclave — Apr 14, 2015 8:55 AM

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    Watch out for electric bikes: the clamp arm cannot raise as much as recommended because the frame of the electric motor (or the gear shifter on the other side) are in the way. Instructions are pictorial. A bit more explanation would help.

    SuperClamp super rack

    Reviewed by Michael W A (Livingston, TX) Reviewed for a 2012 GMC Sierra — Aug 30, 2014 10:46 AM

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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful.

    Lots of good bike carriers out there. I decided on the Saris Freedom SuperClamp do to the security of the mounts working on both tires of each bike and a built in security cable. This rack holds the bikes securely and is easy to load once you use it a couple times. Great product.

    Saris Freedom Superclamp Rack ROCKS!

    Reviewed by Jeff T (Des Moines, IA) — Jun 07, 2014 5:03 AM

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    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful.

    The Freedom Superclamp is a great bike rack. First the assembly, there are two bolts to attach the rack to the support tube, and two of the wheel cradles need to be slid onto the ends of the rack beam, quite simple and took a couple of minutes, an allen wrench is provided but a wrench will be needed for the two hex nuts. Second, everything is easily adjusted. Set the bike in the wheel cradles, adjust the upright retaining arms, drop the wheel bars in place, the bike is secure and ready to go.