Transport two bikes as well as extra cargo with one roof rack system. The Buzz Rack includes two mounts for bicycles along with a removable, waterproof center cargo bag for extra clothes, shoes, bike bags, lights, or other gear. Each bike is secured to the rack with a rear wheel tray and front fork mount.
Transports two bicycles and extra cargo
Attaches to existing vehicle crossbars
High-strength, no-rust aluminum frame
Bikes are secured by a rear wheel tray and front fork mount
35" L x 9-1/2" W x 7-1/2" H center cargo bag is waterproof and removable
Secure up to 2 bikes atop the Buzz Rack and store extra gear in its integrated cargo bag. The all-aluminum frame is lightweight and installs easy to get you & your gear on the trails faster.
Need a bike rack that not only transports your bike, but excess cargo too? The Buzz Rack bike rack mounts to the roof of your vehicle to haul up to 2 bicycles while carrying gear in between the bikes. Made from quality high-strength aluminum, the Buzz Rack bike rack will never rust or corrode. The Buzz Rack sport rack attaches to cross bars with the included hardware to keep the bike rack planted on your roof. By removing the front wheel of the bicycle, one can secure the bicycle to the Buzz Rack with a front fork vise and a rear tire cradle with an integrated wheel strap. Store excess cargo into the middle cargo bag that measures 35" long x 9-1/2" wide. The cargo pack is removable and has a leak-proof zipper integrated into the center to ensure your gear stays dry. The Buzz Rack comes with a 2 Year Warranty.
Buzz Rack 2-Bike Roof-Mount Sport Rack System
Overall Max Cross Bar - Width: 3-5/8" - Height: 1-1/4" Min. Height from Underside of Cross Bars to Roof: 1-1/2 "
I was looking at some of the big name brands and for a fraction of their price, I got a sturdy rack that is easy to put on. Very happy!
Comes complete with good instructions--quick shipping.
5 StarsCarrier had defective part. Customer service was great.
Brian from OK wrote (August 08, 2014):
So I bought one of these and the smaller tubes that the bolt goes in has a nut that is somehow fixed in the tube that the bolt screws into. When I was screwing it in I think there was a little paint either on the bolt or nut threads and the nut kind of broke loose and started spinning where i couldn't tighten it up. The interesting thing was although the nut turned it stayed tightly in the tube which is a good thing
Anyway I was dreading calling customer service and having a nightmare of a time but...their customer service was excellent. The lady pulled up my order without me even doing anything because of the phone I called in on matched the order in their computer system. She pulled up the parts list, I told here the issue. Asked for a new rod and a couple of bolts and within 30 seconds I had an email verification she had put the order in and less than an hour after that I got another email with the shipping info on it. She apologized for the problems I was having and that was it.
I will absolutely