Yakima Wheel Fork - Yakima Bike Rack

Yakima Wheel Fork
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Rating of 4.0/5 on 2 reviews
Product Code: 202067
Status: Discontinued
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The Yakima Wheel Fork is the obvious complement to any fork mount bike rack. At the beginning or the end of a ride, there's no need to find space inside your vehicle for that big, fat muddy front wheel.


  • For use with a fork mount bike rack
  • Holds one wheel
  • Very sturdy
  • Folds down when not in use
  • Helps keep vehicle clean by keeping dirty wheels outside, where they belong!
  • Fits round or square bars only
  • Built in anti-spin device - save those bearings!


Weight: 1.69lbs

Length (carton): 17.25"

Width (carton): 5"

Height (carton): 2.75"

UPC: 736745020675

Manufacturer: Yakima

Manufacturer Part Number: 8002067

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I'm having the same issue as the prior review, i.e., can't get the mount tight enough to keep it from smacking into the roof when at freeway speeds. I'll try his mod of harnessing a bike tube. Also, be careful of the wheel rotation stop addition and how it's positioned when driving, particularly without a wheel mounted. Make sure the opening of the stop is facing towards the back of the car otherwise it will eventually (pretty quickly in my case) snap off from continuously flapping back and forth from high and fluctuating wind turbulence. Might have said something like this in the directions, but it's lame design imo.

2011 vw Jetta Sportswagen


Does the job, but has it's quirks. Need to line up carefully or the wheel can come loose. I had to make some rubber ant-slip bands out of old tubes to keep it from slipping on the crossbars during fwy travel and smacking the roof... that'll make you jump. I expected more after spending close to $800 to set up with racks, but once you figure it out it works OK. Much better than stuffing your wheel in the car.


Frequently Asked Questions

Below you will find a list of the most frequently asked questions for this product. If you need more assistance you can email a rack-install technician, or call us at: 1-877-432-8301

No! Any tools required for installing this rack product come included in the box!

This comes down to your preference, the type of bikes you're carrying, and if you have any height restrictions. But for the most part if you're not riding a super fancy high-end road race bike then leaving your front tire on is easier, and more convenient.

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