Saris MTR Hitch Bike Rack (Black) (1 Bike) (1.25 & 2" Receiver)

Saris MTR Hitch Bike Rack (Black) (1 Bike) (1.25 & 2" Receiver)
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Price: $499.99

Rack Capacity | Size:

  • 1 Bike | 1.25 & 2" Receiver
  • 2 Bikes | 2" Receiver

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Designed with versatility at its core, the SARIS MTR (aka: modular track rack) can transport a variety of bikes and can be easily customizable with add-on trays to bring your whole collection of shredders or ride-share with friends. Roomy wheel trays hold bike tires up to 5 inches wide, while dual-arm wheel holders keep bikes locked in position – and keep the paint chip-free. It’s all built on a hitch-based foundation that can be tilted even when fully loaded for fast and easy vehicle access. The MTR’s nesting bike trays make for easy-on, easy-off loading. No more lifting bikes over the rack – simply flip the trays out of the way as needed to get you from parking lot to trailhead in record time.
  • The MTR Series racks carry bikes up to 60lbs each
  • Modular -- customize this hitch rack base to transport additional bikes
  • Adjustable wheel block to accommodate wheel sizes from 20 inches up to 29 inches and tire sizes as wide as 5 inches
  • Pivoting wheel trays for compact transport and storage
  • No frame contact
  • Tilting feature allows easy hatch access without removing bikes
  • Easily folds up when not in use
  • Complete integrated security -- lock the rack to the car and the bikes to the rack

Rack Weight:
35lbs (1 Bike), 55lbs (2 Bike)
Tilt/Swing: Tilt
Hitch Type: Universal hitch (fits 1 ¼” and 2” hitches out of the box) For use with receiver hitches Class II or higher. 2 Bike fits only 2" hitches.
Bike Mount Type: Tray
Bike Weight Limit (per bike): 60lbs

This product was added to our catalog on June 5, 2019