Thule T2 Hitch Bike Carrier Customer Reviews
101 Customer Reviews
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Experienced riders have long known that the best way to transport their bicycles is on roof racks. They work with any bike frame, and don't scratch the paint. The only issue with roof racks, though, is that they're backbreaking to use unless you're a giant. But, those problems are history, thanks to Thule's ingenious T2 Hitch Bike Carrier. By bringing the roof-mount style carrier down to your hitch, you can load up safely and quickly without the strain.
Never hoist your 2-wheeler over your head again! With a Thule T2 Hitch Bike Carrier mounted in your 1 1/4" or 2" receiver, you can load up in minutes without breaking a sweat. Its vice-grip cradles hold onto your wheels while the adjustable straps keep your ride stable and secure. When you're not towing your prized bikes, it folds up and out of the way.
The standard Thule T2 Hitch Bike Carrier holds up to 2 cycles at a time. If you need room for 4, get the optional Add-On carrier. And, it's equipped with Thule's Snug-Tite receiver lock which eliminates movement and locks the carrier to your vehicle to stop thieves. Built in the USA and backed by a Lifetime Warranty.
101 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Glen R (Sumas, WA) — Jun 28, 2014 9:31 PM
The whole thing went together in less than half an hour and we had bikes on it within the hour. The hitch is very sturdy... no wobbling when fully loaded with bikes. The strap-down system is very intuitive and the bikes are securely latched onto the car. Excellent rack... excellent price.
Reviewed by Craig C (Soddy Daisy, TN) Reviewed for a 2012 Ford Escape — Feb 05, 2014 10:28 AM
This rack is so easy you can load two bikes in less than one minute.It is easily lowered to gain access to rear door/window or raised to store when not transporting bikes. Thule's instruction manual could be a little more precise, but if you lay out all parts and revert to the picture it's a breeze in setting up. I ordered rack at 1:00 am Monday morning and Auto Anything had it sitting at my door Tuesday afternoon. I researched ALL racks before purchasing and this one is the best for the money.
Reviewed by Chad L (Southwest Harbor, ME) Reviewed for a 2012 Honda Pilot — Dec 30, 2013 12:49 PM
Just installed the Thule bike rack and love it so far. This product is well built and should work great for both full sized bikes and kids bikes. It is expensive but like everything you get what you pay for, so I hope it stands up of time.
Reviewed by Calvin H (GREEN VALLEY, AZ) Reviewed for a 2004 GMC Envoy — Dec 20, 2013 8:57 AM
This bike rack is exactly what ones needs for dual suspension 9full suspension) mountain bikes. Can't see any other way of easily transporting these bikes. Wish AutoAnything carried the add on to make it a 4 bike rack. Thanks
Reviewed by Greg S (COARSEGOLD, CA) Reviewed for a 2000 Toyota Avalon — Dec 06, 2013 11:39 AM
I have not been pleased with the overall quality of the rack. It is assembled but unusable. After assembly, I got to the point of putting a bike on it. The rivets on the cams that are used for straps to secure the rear tires were completely broken. It came this way. The quality of this part of the rack is very poor. I am waiting for a resolution but this was very disappointing considering the price of the rack and Thule's reputation. A 2012 customer review showed the same problem.......
Reviewed by Estevan S (GOODYEAR, AZ) — Oct 24, 2013 11:36 AM
The carrier is all that is described. The only concerns I have are the locks. They are very light weight, plastic, and the lock inserts are low quality. Why the designers would go cheap on such an important feature on this kind of product - ??? Security is a top priority to any owner. These bikes [like mine] cost thousands of dollars. WHY have low end locks and related materials! The other item was the lock cable. Once extended it does not completely go back in. What's the fix here?