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Kuat Sherpa 2.0
$498.00
The all-new aluminum Sherpa 2.0 resets the standard for user-friendly adventure. Folding tire cradles create an abundance of clearance while Kuat's foot-actuated pivot lever lets you bask in the glory of carrying a bike or eating a breakfast burrito while unfolding your rack at the same time. With features designed around your lifestyle, this lightweight rack is as easy to take off as it is to leave on. - Re-designed pivot with optional foot assist - Semi-integrated bike lock - Front tire ratchet design with an intuitive release - Rear tire cradle features a co-molded strap to protect wheels - Folding front cradle adds space between rack and vehicle - No-tool install with hand tight hitch cam system - Gloss metallic powder available in 3 colors - Low profile arced design delivers an amazing look - 2 Bike capacity up to 40 lbs. each - Holds wheelbases up to 47-inch and tires as large as 3-inch - Increased spacing between bikes to 14-inch - Lightweight platform rack design as low as 32lbs (assembled) - Available in both 2-inch & 1.25-inch hitch sizes
Saris Bike Beam
$49.99
- Updated design, for use with all Saris racks where bikes are secured by the top tube - Bridges the gap from stem to seat tube, creating a virtual top tube - Useful on ladies and specialty frames
Saris Bones 3-Bike
$184.99
Saris’ Bones 3-Bike rack unites utilitarian strength and modern style. Crafted of incredibly strong, injection-molded plastic, the four arched leg mounts and two arched arms cradle your bikes on different levels to minimize unwanted handlebar and seat contact. Six highly adjustable straps, each equipped with soft, vinyl-coated hooks, hold the rack down, while the four legs have grippy rubber feet to provide a sturdy base that won't harm your vehicle's finish. Ratcheting, soft-touch, anti-sway straps ensure a tight grasp on your bikes. The Bones is made out of 100% recyclable, non-rusting parts and fits almost all vehicles—even those with spoilers. Plus, it folds fast for easy portability and storage.
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