Thule Parkway Bike Rack

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Product Description

  • Convenient vehicle access – carrier easily tilts down·
  • Fits all types of bikes - dual arm design eliminates the need for top-tube adapters on certain bikes.
  • Classic Thule cradles made to protect your bike frame while holding your bikes securely.
  • Dual bike arm design offers best bike fit, minimizing the need for top-tube adapter.
  • Tie-down strap included.
  • Upgrade to the [950] Zip Stick for added bike stability and anti-sway
  • 4 Bikes up to 140 lbs. for 1.25” receivers
  • Some bikes may require the use of our 982 Frame Adapter to work with this rack
  • Parkway 2 - # 2 Bikes up to 70 lbs. for 2” receivers # Some bikes may require the use of our 982 Frame

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    Overall Rating:3
    Value Rating:5
    Submitted by chiefhewho a Cross Country Rider from clifton,ohio

    Date Reviewed: June 4, 2011

    Strengths:    price, ease of use

    Weaknesses:    high speed instability

    Bottom Line:   
    I've got the 2 bike rack,for the price this has been a solid rack. The sun has been hard on the soft rubber straps, drying them out. The bikes do get a little unstable at anything over 60 mph, but could be fixed with a couple extra tiedowns and 5 extra minutes

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    Favorite Trail:   Lake Hope

    Duration Product Used:   2 Years

    Price Paid:    $150.00

    Purchased At:   K&G

    Similar Products Used:   none

    Bike Setup:   cannondale F2----hardtail w/lefty

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