Yakima Back Swing Bike Rack

3/5 (1 Reviews)

Product Description

  • Holds up to four bikes
  • Access the back door even when fully loaded with bikes
  • Prevents bike-to-bike contact with anti-sway cradles
  • Optional Deadlock single-key system to lock bikes to rack and rack to car
  • Fits 2” receiver hitch only

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    Overall Rating:3
    Value Rating:4
    Submitted by George a Weekend Warrior from Charlotte

    Date Reviewed: April 25, 2008

    Strengths:    This rack is extremely well-made, sturdy (and heavy, see weakness.)
    The swing feature works well when needed, but frankly I haven't had to use it too often.

    Weaknesses:    This rack is very heavy and realistically only fits up to three adult bikes and one kid/teen bike.

    Bottom Line:   
    I've used this rack on a Honda Odyssey (2" hitch) for over five years. When my kids were smaller (and rode smaller bikes) it didn't take me long to get ready for a ride... now with three adult-sized bikes and a teen-sized bike it takes too long to get everything positioned up on the rack.

    I'm now looking for quicker-mounting tray-type rack.

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    Duration Product Used:   More than 3 years

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    Getting back into the swing of things.

    I've been riding for years now and owned a stab last season for DH and a Diamondback Sortie for XC/AM. I had to sell it for financial reasons and now im looking into getting another bike. I want something that can handle the DH (SoMo, and Sunrise) but still ride up when i ride my local trails (De ... Read More »

    Looking to get back in the swing of things

    I sold all my bikes at the beginning of the summer planning to take a break, but now i completely regret it and looking to get something some what cheap to get me back in the game. I am by no means a beginner, as i have been riding for years. Do you guys think this is a pretty go set up to get me go ... Read More »

    Getting back into the swing of things...

    :rant: I told myself in June when I started to slack off a bit that August would be my month to hit it hard. I need to get back to where I was two months ago. So starting tomorrow or tonight after I eat my B-Day cake my wife made me. I will be back to eating well riding hard and hitting the gym li ... Read More »

    Finally back in the swing of things...

    I moved here to LV from ND about two months ago and now finally have been able to get on my bike. The best ride I have found from my house was along the 215 (I started at flamingo and rode all the way to just before Charleston). Its kind of a frontage road; would be good if I was a roadie but would ... Read More »

    got my swing arm back !

    I posted a little while ago about a crack in my new gemini 900 swing arm. [url]http://forums.mtbr.com/showthread.php?t=70147[/url] Took a bit more than 3 weeks to get it back from cannondale, it's flat black (BBQ black)instead of black with a clear and it doesn't have all the stickers. I don't ... Read More »

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