Thule T2 2-Bike Rack
Thule's T2 platform rack securely carries 2 bikes by the wheels. It doesn't touch the frames or forks so it's ideal for carrying bikes with funky suspension designs. It also loads in seconds and there's minimal lifting involved so it's great for heavier freeride and DH bikes. It also comes with integrated bike locks and Thule's Snug-Tite receiver lock that secures the rack to your vehicle. Take any bike, the T2 accepts 20- to 29-inch wheels and up to 3 inch-wide tires. Plus, it folds down when not in use for easy access to the back of your vehicle.
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If you want to be the envy of all your bike friends, this is the rack for you (I have friends who are mechanically oriented and they were impressed before I even put a bike on it). I also got the extension to hold four bikes. Although I have not gotten the stop watch out yet, I would bet I can either load or unload four bikes in less than three minutes. I own a road bike, a hybrid and a full suspension mountain bike. All three types fit equally as well (I have carried four full suspension mountain bikes without an issue). With more conventional racks (two bars through the triangle of the frame) I had an issue with loading my wife's bike with its female frame being contorted and sticking up. Not an issue with this rack. The same is true for kids bikes. The rack also allows you to shift the bike positions on the rack (left or right) so the seat and handlebars do not run into each other with alternate positions when loading. Loading the rake onto the car is a matter of one bolt and the extension has two bolts, neither of which takes more than a minute or two to tighten. The bikes also have a much more stable ride than a conventional rack (no need for stabilizer bars or ties). I have the 2" receiver and use the rack on a small SUV and a large pick-up truck. The rack works equally as well for either and it folds up when attached and not loaded with bikes. There are only two downsides to this rack. With the extension for four bikes the rack is expensive. Also if you try to carry the two pieces together the rack is heavy (I store the rack in two pieces). However, after you have tried it you will find these issues not to be an issue in your decision. This by far is the best rack I have ever owned.
Very good rack just alittle expensive but now that I got it love it!