Trekker 2 Bike Rack

Carry 1 or 2 bikes easily and safely with the hitch mounted Trekker 2 bike carrier. Innovative design uses a 4 point system to secure each bike to the rack. Foam padded center tube adjusts to 7 positions to properly secure bikes of all sizes. Quickly folds up when not in use for driving safety. Optional extension slips on to frame to carry two more bikes. For use with all Class II, III and IV - 1-1/4" and 2" receivers.

  • Holds 1 or 2 bikes from 30" to 47" long in adjustable wheel mounts
  • Durable powder coated steel construction
  • 7 position adjustable center down tube to secure bikes to frame
  • Includes (6) 18" tie down straps
  • Also include one 12' strap to secure all bikes to frame
  • Carry two more bikes with optional extension
  • Folds up and out of the way when not in use
  • Fits Class II, III and IV - 1-1/4" and 2" receivers
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1 Year Warranty


The hitch mounted bike carrier transports 1 or 2 bikes using a 4 point tie down system and a center down tube tower used to stabilize one or both bikes. The down tube tower and wheel mounts are both adjustable to fit bicycles of different sizes. The bike car rack is compatible with Class II or III hitch receivers.


The Trekker Bike Rack securely holds 1 or 2 bicycles making it a cinch to transport them anywhere. When not in use this hitch mounted bike carrier folds up for storage on the car, and can easily be removed for storage at home or in the garage. The center down tube tower is used to stabilize the bikes to the rack and has 7 adjustment points so it can be secured to bikes of different sizes. It can also be laid down completely flat when the bike car rack is folded up. Each bicycle is secured to the Trekker Bike Rack with (3) 18" tie down straps, 2 straps are used to secure each wheel of the bike to a wheel mount and one secures the body of the bike to the down tube tower. An additional 12' tie down strap goes around all of the bikes securing them to the rack. The wheel mounts are adjustable from 30" to 47" ensuring that bicycles properly fit on the bike car rack.

Also, there is a 2 bike extension for the Trekker Bike Rack that can be purchased separately allowing it to support up to 4 bikes. The extension includes all hardware necessary to attach it to the bike car rack and 6 additional 18" tie down straps and 1 more 12' tie down strap required to secure the added bikes.

Rage Powersports Trekker Bike Rack - 2 bike capacity
Class II, Class III, Class IV

Product Features

  • Holds one or two bicycles with optional extension for up to 4 bikes
  • Durable black powder coat finish
  • Wheel mounts adjust from 30" - 47"
  • Bike car rack folds up when not in use
  • 7 adjustable points on center down tube tower to secure bikes of different sizes
  • Foam padding on down tube tower prevents scratching from bike to bike contact
  • Includes (6) 18" tie down straps (3 per bike) and (1) 12' tie down strap to secure bikes to rack
  • 1 Year warranty

Warning and Usage Guidelines

This bike rack is not suitable for use on RVs, fifth wheel trailers, and travel trailers.


Instruction Manual
2 Bike Extension Instruction Manual
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Review Summary (Based on 4 Reviews)


5 Stars A sturdily built bicycle carrier

Ronald from FL wrote (February 20, 2015):

I do not like bicycle carriers where the bikes dangle from a tube and can easily move and rub against each other. This carrier does away with those concerns because the bikes sit on top of the carrier and the wheels are safely secured and will not move. Tghe carrier is sturdily built. I think it is overbuilt, which puts it on the heavier side. However, for the 2 times when you use or remove the carrier, that is ok because the hitch receiver can easily handle the weight. I like this carrier and recommend it.

5 Stars Bike Carrier

Gerald from IL wrote (February 10, 2015):

Great assembly video. Easy to assemble.

4 Stars Nice product!

Dan from ME wrote (December 03, 2014):

My first bike carrier. I have not used it yet, just assembled it last night. It's a very well made product from what I can tell, and I've welded/fabricated by trade. The hardware (nuts and bolts) might leave a little to be desired, but assembly went fairly smooth. The instructions are not great, but well enough I guess. At $120 it is a considerable bargain compared to more popular brands, and from what Ican see the quality is up there too. It's a great design: compact and well thought out. It's heavy...I'd estimate between 40 and 50 pounds, and while most of this weight is in the hitch assembly of the rack (solid 1.25 inch steel here), the rest of the unit is plenty stout too. I'm giving 4 stars since I haven't used the rack yet, so I cant vouch for its actual functionality, but I think it will work well and last for a long time.

5 Stars Bike Rack

Dick Shotwell from ID wrote (November 08, 2014):

I finished assembling the rack this morning. I loaded the bike and took it on a test drive. Very stable and upon returning home, I checked everything and all was well. Thanks for building a good product. Also, good assembly instructions.6d6