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FEATURES of the Thule Apex Swing Away Bike Carrier
Swing-away design that allows a fully loaded hitch rack to swing away from the vehicle for rear of vehicle access
Snug-Tite receiver lock virtually eliminates hitch rack movement in receiver and locks the hitch rack to the vehicle
Hold Fast RDT (Road Dampening Technology) Cradles absorb the shock of the road protecting your bike during transport
Arc design of the arms gives bikes greater clearance off the ground and provides greater distance between bikes preventing contact
Increased mast height for improved ground clearance
Patented No-Sway Cage to prevent bike to bike contact
Heavy-duty integrated lock allows you to lock the bikes to rack and stores in the hitch rack when not in use
Available in a 4 bike version only / Only fits 2" receivers
Integrated handle for easy carrying and handling
Folding Hitch Switch allows the arms to fold when not in use and tilts the carrier down for rear of vehicle access
We only ship this brand to US Addresses., This is an oversize item and can only ship via ground shipping.
Rated 5 out of
Convenient and secureIt takes a couple of second to unscrew the bike rack and swing it away. I don't mind it at all. When it swings open, it does so slowly stays in the open position. Using it in the world I haven't been worried that the arm might travel into the street or into a parked car. ,,,,My 1970's, Canadian, woman's road bike (which is worth less than a fourth of the bike rack) doesn't fit nicely on it. I guess that's to be expected. I flip my bike upside-down and get a fair mount that way.,,,,I have noticed a swing and bounce of the rack but not much. I also like the locking system that goes into the hitch, it gives me peace of mind.