Full-squish trail rigs and fat tire bruisers have a reputation for toughness, but deep down inside they're actually big softies, especially the carbon ones. Realizing this, the Thule T2 Classic 2 Bike Hitch Rack safely transports your favorite enduro sleds, fat tire steeds, and even road bikes. In fact, this versatile rack secures bikes ranging from smaller 20 inch versions all the way up to 29 inch wheels, holding massive tires up to 5 inches wide on fat tire bikes. Frame-free ratcheting arms secure the front tires without scratching up your carbon trail whips or transmitting road vibration through their frames. Wider wheel trays accommodate a wide variety of bikes, with a ratcheting rear wheel strap keeping the rear end firmly secure. These trays are fully adjustable, allowing you to slide them back and forth to eliminate any bike rubbing. The SnugTite attachment locks the rack to the hitch, so thieves won't take off with your sweet rack. One Key System compatibility (sold separately) allows the ratcheting arms to lock down over your bike's front tire to deter theft. Plus, its HitchSwitch gives you the ability to fold it up when it's not in use, also providing a backwards tilt for rear-trunk access without painstakingly unloading the bikes.
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