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- Engineered to carry 2 bikes up to 66-lbs each
- Integrated ramp for easy, roll-on loading, and stows away neatly
- Adjustable frame attachments means you can carry E-Bikes, mountain, road, hybrid, women’s specific, BMX, kids bikes and bikes with fenders with ease.
- Accommodates tires up to 3.25” wide and up to 27.5x 4.5” wide tires with the FatStrap Kit (sold separately)
- Accommodates bike wheelbases up to 50”
- Integrated SKS (Same Key System) locks included to secure bikes to rack and rack to vehicle receiver
- Tilts forward with bikes loaded for trunk access
- Adjustable bike trays minimize bike to bike interference
- Off-Road Rated at 40lbs per bike
- RV Rated at 40lbs per bike
- Weight: 40.80 lbs.
- Dimensions: L 34.00 in x W 52.00 in x H 45.00 in
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
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We were pleasantly surprised by the Yakima rack. It's cheaper than the competition, while the quality seems excellent, so the price point is very much appreciated. It was easy to put together. It took us about an hour and half to set it up and adjust it to our specific bikes. I am not the strongest, but I was able to lift it up, so it's not too heavy. The on-ramp is also simple to use and stow away. It feels sturdy, yet it's not heavy to move around. I don't think it would fit fat tire bikes though without the additional kit.
We have two heavy e-bikes, and one of them is pretty long (just at the limit of the 50" wheelbase, which is really the maximum length it could carry--see photo), but they both sit well on the rack. Also, the clamps that hold the bikes are very flexible in all directions, so it was easy to secure our low-step bikes. Our first trip was about 1.5 hours one-way on the highway, and everything was still well-secured at the end of our trip. Definitely happy with the purchase!
So we finally made the plunge and replaced our hybrid 21 speed bikes with Ebikes. But then we discovered that they exceeded the weight rating of our trusty Thule DoubleTrack rack that we loved. So after reviewing all options we opted for the Yakima OnRamp and love it. As we hefted our Ebikes onto our old rack I remarked to my wife that someone should make a rack with some sort of roll-on ramp device and lo an behold Yakima does and it works better than our old Thule in many ways. The "tree" as I call it folds down wonderfully and the Yakima "jaws" to clamp onto the frame of the bike works really well. At first I thought, Yakima didn't include ratcheting clamps for the wheels like Thule does, but after using it a few times, the Yakima wheel straps are way better - easier to put on and take off and they swing out of the way for loading and unloading. The ramp is great and works from both sides and for us, we just throw it into the back of our crew cab pickup for quick trips. But, and you knew there had to be a but, there is one thing I would change. The "tree" is welded onto the frame on the driver's side of the rack. So for our Ebikes, which are step-through, we've found the best way to load is to have the bikes both facing towards the passenger side of the car - this way the jaw clamps on the tree can grab onto the main frame member that holds the seatpost. But this means we have to load it awkwardly. Naturally, I want to grab my bike from the left side of it - the kickstand side. But to do that and then roll them up the OnRamp means I'm on the wrong side of the bike. I would suggest to Yakima that they allow the tree to slide the way the wheel tracks do so I could have the tree on the passenger side - this would work so much better for my Ebikes and would allow folks to mount the tree at either side. At the very least Yakima could weld it on in the center of the rack. Overall though we think its great - solid as a rock, the roll-on ramp is just the ticket, and the bikes are secure. And unlike our old Thule, this Yakima rack even tips away from the car so you can open the hatch or the tailgate. Price is good too considering competing roll on racks that can hold two 50+ pound Ebikes can cost around $800. Well done Yakima!