SportRack 2EZ Hitch Platform System - SportRack Hitch Mount Bike Racks
The SportRack 2EZ Hitch Platform system is part of the newer style of hitch mounted bike racks. By using wheel cradles and attaching to the frame using a vertical arm it fits many more bikes than the standard two arm design.
- Easy to install, use and store
- Fold down to access hitch or trunk
- Recommended for 1.25" and 2 inch hitch receivers
- Carries up to 2 bikes
- Rubberized hooks to protect bike finish
- High-grade (14 gauge) powder-coated steel
- Fits all bike frames and sizes
- Center post tilts away for easy rear vehicle access
- Need a receiver hitch? Try our Curt Hitch Finder (US Customers Only)
Stock Status : Currently In Stock
**Stock status is to be used as a general guide to current inventory. Availability is not guaranteed.
Dimensional Weight : 29.0 lbs.
UPC Code : 770527901417
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SportRack 2EZ Hitch Platform System Reviews
Rick in Denver rated this item 5 out of 5 on 8/7/2013:
I love this rack, even after 21,000 miles of traveling with it ... Atlantic to Pacific to Atlantic and back to Denver. Easy on/off the car, easy on/off with bikes. Without bikes, I can open the trunk with the rack in place. With bikes, I can easily tilt the center post to enable opening the trunk.
Karen rated this item 0 out of 5 on 3/26/2012:
If this rack is as bad as the earlier version, it will rust within 1 year, making the slide bar almost impossible to move, worse though is the link pin with the small retractable ball, which seizes completely and now I cannot use it to lock the vertical bar in place. I have hated this rack since day one! Now looking for something else.
Gonebiking rated this item 3 out of 5 on 6/5/2011:
Good rack but flawed design in that the pin for the vertical arm gets heavy wear and tear if there is only one bike on the rack. Used this rack for an extended trip and due to vibration wore threw the padding and damaged my bike frame. Vertical post needs to drop left or right to prevent play.