- Park your pedal pusher right on your roof with the Swagman Standard Roof Bike Rack
- Its elegantly simple design makes it easy to load and unload for effortless cycle transportation
- An integrated 9mm skewer grabs onto your fork for a sturdy grip
- Included quick–release rear wheel strap holds your bike's back end firmly in place
- Universal mounting hardware attaches to round, square and 3" oval crossbars
- Perfect for bikes weighing up to 35lbs
- Swagman Standard Roof Bike Racks are backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty
When you're ready for a ride, the last thing you want to deal with is a complicated roof rack. You don't need those crazy self–adjusting levers, cam–locking doodads or mandrel–bent gizmos—you want a rack that holds your bike steady and secure even when you're rolling over rugged terrain. For a no–nonsense carrier that doesn't need a dictionary–sized set of instructions, deck out your ride with the Swagman Standard Roof Bike Rack—the minimalist's choice for secure bicycle transportation.
Using your Swagman Standard Roof Mounted Bicycle Rack is as easy as 1–2–3. Just pop off your front wheel, plant the fork in its 9mm skewer and cinch up the quick–release rear wheel strap. Bam—you're ready to head out to the trail, the beach or the track.
Best of all, Swagman Standard Roof Mount Bike Racks work with almost any aftermarket or factory–installed roof rack system. Round, square and 3" oval crossbars—it mounts perfectly to all three. On top of that, Swagman backs your Standard Bike Rack with a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
Swagman Standard Roof Mount Bike Rack Customer Reviews
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Reviewed by marilyn s (canaan, NH) Reviewed for a 2009 Chrysler Aspen — Jul 31, 2016 6:21 PM
4 hour each way ride on the highway with no trouble. Held the bike firmly in place. Worked with our rack just fine, which has an oval shape to it. Happy to find a more affordable roof rack part!
Reviewed by Thomas M (SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, PA) Reviewed for a 2004 Subaru Forester — Mar 21, 2016 6:34 PM
Holds the bike nicely. Not too difficult to put onto the vehicle. I haven't had any wind noise or anything like that. Even though it doesn't lock, it would be easy to put a cable through one of the existing holes and lock onto the vehicle cross bar.
Reviewed by William L (Ravenswood, WV) Reviewed for a 2005 Mazda 6 — May 17, 2015 6:20 PM
I bought two of these for a bike trip in Gettysburg. The trip was close to 5 hours one way. I have a trek x-caliber 8. It is a large bike with 29" wheels and the track held the wide tires well. The back strap is pretty sturdy as well. The only complaint I have is where the two pieces connect with the bolts. It doesn't sit very flush where they meet. Small potatoes I know. But it's really the only flaw I can see. I would buy these again, without a doubt.
Reviewed by Michael K (Bailey, CO) Reviewed for a 2014 Subaru XV Crosstrek — Mar 29, 2015 10:17 AM
Used for HT mtn bike on a 2014 Subaru Crosstrek. Installation was easy. Construction seems pretty solid so far. Holds the bike tight on fast, curvy mountain roads. The only drawback I found was the knobs that hold the u-bolts to the crossbars could back off under enough vibration. I added lock nuts on top of the knobs so small problem solved. It never happened, I just saw it as a possible issue and headed it off so it might not even be an issue.
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