I have a car with a spoiler, and not all trunk racks will fit, let alone keep the bikes steady. Not only is the KingJoe easily adjusted to fit my car, but the bikes are held…
- DAN, 05/11/07
My husband drives a Malibu Maxx, which is a unique looking car in my opinion, and not a lot of bike racks looked good, or held up on the hatch back. But this one did the trick…
- Diana, 09/22/11
It's a pretty good bike rack. Giving it 4 Stars because Moosejaw doesn't send the one in the picture. The one they send I think is an older model, its gray in color not blac…
- CURTIS, 06/13/07
love it ! delivery was right on time thank you…
- ROSIE, 05/04/07
It gets the job done. It's pretty easy to attach, seems durable and secure. I'm content for the price.…
- Daniel, 03/11/15
About Bike Trunk Racks:
"Baby got back," "You got some junk in tha trunk," "Back that ass up," -- all phrases that will be referring to your car once you get an awesome bike trunk rack on your car's badonkadonk. Honestly, that was like the most clever thing I thought of today; if you didn't think that was clever, then this is just embarrassing for me.
Anyway, if you want your car trunk to have a butt that rivals the greats, then you should probably invest in a quality trunk bike rack from Moosejaw. Again, having a nice car butt is the first reason you get a trunk bike rack, the second is storing your bicycles. In case you really just want a trunk mount bike rack for storing bicycles then fine, I'll tell you about them.
Well first, because Moosejaw carries some of the most quality brands in the industry, the trunk mount bike racks you're looking at are top in their class. Like really, you're messing with the valedictorians of bike trunk carrier school. Bike trunk carriers have bicycle arms that easily adjust your bicycles shape, and bike clamps to keep your bicycle safe and secure while you drive. These bicycle trunk carriers are the real deal.
So, check out the bike trunk racks that Moosejaw has, they'll be sure to make your have the nicest butt in the parking lot. Truth be told, Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back" is really about bike trunk racks, but his music team didn't think that was as marketable. I, of course, beg to differ.