Yakima FourTimer Hitch Rack

Yakima FourTimer Hitch Rack
Yakima FourTimer Hitch Rack
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FourTimer Hitch Rack by Yakima
Making the Friday afternoon pilgrimage to the trails is usually filled with a little more stress than you hope for, but it doesn't have to come from packing your bikes. Deal with the forgotten firewood or missing tent stake after you've racked the dream machines headache-free onto Yakima's FourTimer Hitch Rack. Whether you're traveling with a crew or just your bestie, the FourTimer's outer arm gives you the option to use it as a two- or four-bike rack. Padded arms protect your bump-devouring babies from chips and scratches, while the positioning of the straps and cradles ensures they don't bump against one another in-transit. The system includes its own lock, Yakima's versatile one-key locking system, and it folds down for quick access to the cooler in your trunk post-ride -- use the integrated bottle opener to pop open a cold one and toast to a day well spent.

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SKU: YAK000V
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