Yakima DrTray Bike Rack

Yakima DrTray Bike Rack
Yakima DrTray Bike Rack
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DrTray Bike Rack by Yakima
The ultimate bike tray for your hitch, the Yakima DrTray Bike Rack easily carries road, mountain, and fat-tire bikes with wheels between 26in and 29in and tires up to 5in, from Point A to Point B. With 18" between the trays, bike clearance is downright spacious, and making it even better, the bike tray spacing can be easily adjusted without tools via its QuickChange lever while the bikes are already loaded to virtually eliminate any issues with bike-to-bike interference. Putting convenience right in your hand, the RemoteControl tilt lever and lightweight, aluminum design makes raising and lowering the rack incredibly easy, while the tool-free locking SpeedKnob securely and safely installs the tray to your vehicle. Then, peace of mind comes to you in the form of the burly SKS cable lock system that secures each bike's wheel and frame.

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SKU: YAK002P
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