Yakima HoldUp Hitch Mount Bike Rack (Black) (2 Bikes) (2" Receiver)

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Price: $569.00

Rack Capacity | Size:

  • 2 Bikes | 1.25" Receiver
  • 2 Bikes | 2" Receiver
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This is the Yakima HoldUp Receiver Hitch 2-Bike Rack. The HoldUp is Yakima’s fastest, easiest way to load bikes. Its beefed-up arm pivot makes it stronger than ever and the side-to-side adjustability reduces the chance for bike-to-bike interference. It’s a road trip companion for life.


  • Quick and easy assembly within minutes
  • StrongArm™ design enables you to load your bike quickly whether it’s a 20” wheel or a 29’er
  • Zero contact with the bike frame. Accommodates carbon road bikes as well as disc brakes, thru axles and full suspension bikes.
  • Tilts down with bikes loaded for rear of vehicle access
  • Compact design - bike trays fold up when not in use
  • Comes with fully integrated security. Locks bike to rack and rack to vehicle (SKS LOCK CORES included).
  • Premium glossy black finish
  • Metal bottle opener is best friend approved
  • Carries 2 bikes out of the box, or 4 bikes with optional HoldUp +2
  • Side-to-side adjustability that reduces bike to bike interference
Weight: 49 lbs.
Dimensions (L x W x H): 34.5 x 64 x 12"
Capacity: 2

This product was added to our catalog on March 7, 2018

Thursday, Feb 12 2015 (about 7 years ago)
Yakima HoldUp Hitch Mount Bike Rack (Black) (2 Bikes) (1.25" Receiver)
Overall I am pretty happy with the Yakima Holdup bike rack. Loading bikes for a ride has never been easier! I also like that it folds up and out of the way. As a bonus, I can still open the hatch of my Prius with the rack up in the stowed position. :) It's a bit heavy, which you'll notice when you first install it, but I feel that my bikes are more secure compared to other racks. I also wanted to avoid the less expensive racks that suspend the bikes from their frames. The locking pin that secures the rack is attached by a plastic press-fit anchor. The plastic anchor is junk and easily falls out when the "ears" wear out. I secured the locking pin with a simple 15mm screw and locking nut. If you can swing the price you'll be happy you did with the Yakima Holdup.