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Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Ford Edge

Today on our 2015 Ford Edge Titanium, we are going to be doing a test fit of the Enno 00:00:05 Tire Hold rooftop mounted bike rack. As you can see, we've already got our bike up here and in place so you can see what it's going to look like once you have it installed on your vehicle. Just note that this is meant more for your expensive bikes that you don't want any damage to the frame at all, so you don't need to mount it by your forks, like you would on your normal bike racks. You can mount it with the rubber on your tires as they'll fit inside the cradles. Let's go ahead and show you how the bike's secured to the rack. We'll first need to take our key and unlock the center locking mechanism here. Once we've done so, go ahead and lift it up just like so, and then pull the back side off.



Kuat TRIO Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Ford Edge

Today, on our 2015 Ford Edge Titanium, we're going to be doing a test kit of the Kuat TRIO. This is going to be your roof rack mounted bike carrier for a single bike to be fork mounted. It's going to be part number TR02. As you can see, we've already got our bike up here so you can see and visualize how it's going to look once you have it up on top of your vehicle. Let's go ahead and start off by talking about how the bike is attached. On the back side here, you're going to have a safety strap. That's going to be unique in that it does have the ratchets or straps on both sides.



Thule Sprint Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Ford Edge

Today on our 2015 Ford Edge Titanium, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Sprint. This is going to be your fork-mounted, rooftop-mounted bike rack for a single bike. The part number is going to be TH528. As you can see, we've already go our bike up here on our vehicle. You can see what it is going to look like once you have it fully assembled and in place. Let's go ahead and talk about how our bike is secured to our rack.



SportRack Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Ford Edge

Today on our 2015 Ford Edge Titanium, we're going to be doing a test fit of the sport rack downshift. This is going to be your roof rack mounted bike rack for mounting your fork and the single bike to the top of your vehicle. This will be part number SR4623. As you can see, we've already got our bike up there, so you can see what it's going to look like once you have it fully assembled and then placed on your vehicle. First thing is first, let's go ahead and talk about how the bike is secured to our rack. On the back side here, you're going to see a regular strap that's just going to secure that rear wheel in place. This piece here will slide up behind your wheel and tire, and the strap will come around bringing it through the top part and back through the buckle.



Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Ford Edge

Today on our 2015 Ford Edge titanium we're going to be doing a test fit of the Inno multi-fork rooftop mounted bike rack. This bike rack is going to make it to where your forks will mount directly to your roof rack system on a nice rack that looks sleek on your vehicle. You can see that we already got our bike up here and in place. You can see what it's going to look like once you have it fully assembled on your vehicle. It's going to be part number IN8392. First off, we're going to talk about how the bike is secured to our rack. You're going to have your rear strap here and your rear cradle. The nice thing about this strap and cradle is it can adjust by the tabs on both sides opening up, and making it to where the strap can accommodate a large wheeled bike, such as your mountain bike or any of those.



Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Ford Edge

Today on our 2015 Ford Edge Titanium, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Inno Fork Lock III. This will be your vehicle roof rack system mounted bike rack. It's going to fit one single bike. Part number is going to be INA391. As you can see, we've already got our bike up here so you will see what it will look like once you have it fully assembled and in place on your vehicle. First thing is we're going to do is talk about how the bike is secured to the rack itself. On the backside, you will have your strap system.



Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Ford Edge

Today on our 2015 Ford Edge Titanium we're going to be doing a test fit of the Inno Slim Fork Roof Mounted Bike Rack. As you can see, we've already got a bike up here so you can see what it's going to look like once you have it assembled and the on top of your vehicle. This is going to be part number INA387. We'll go ahead and start off by talking about how the bike is attached to the rack itself. On the back here you're going to have your wheel clamp. What's nice about this is once you have it tight, it's going to click and let you know. To loosen it, we're just going to rotate it back and you can see that that back tire will now be free. Up front, you're going to have the nice little forks set up here that's going to lock in place so it can't be tampered with.



Rola Canyon Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Ford Edge

Speaker 2: Today on our 2015 Ford Edge Titanium, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Rola Canyon, that's going to be your fork mounted roof bike rack for a single bike. Part number 59404. As you can see, we've already got our bike up here so you can see what it's going to like once you have it fully assembled and in place on your vehicle. First things that we're start off with is going in and talking about how the bike is secured to our rack. We're going to have the hook and loop strap on the back, that's going to secure that rear wheel down. Notice that it's going to be a nice long strap, so if you have a mountain bike, or a different kind of bike with a really long, or a really wide wheel, you'll be able to get it in there and secure it down just fine. Let's go ahead and remove that our of the way. Then moving up front, you're going to have your screw type skewer, that you can undo, just like so.



Saris Thelma 3 Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge we'll be test fitting the Saris Thelma hitch mounted 3 Bike Rack for inch and a quarter inch, 2 inch hitches, part number SA4239B. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. After lining up our pin holes we'll thread in our anti-rattle bolt, tighten it down using a wrench, and then secure with a clip on the other side.With the bike rack secured we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. Closest part of the bike rack to the closet part of the vehicle is about 2 inches away and we've added about 12 and a 1/2 inches to the overall length of our Ford. 3We can now remove the gold pin at the base of the bike rack and fold down the platform. With the platform down we have about 15 inches of ground clearance. Closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about 3 inches away and we've added about 36 inches to the overall length of our edge. With the platform down you can see that we do have access to the rear hatch.



Softride Hang2 Tilting Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge, we'll be test fitting the Softride Hang2 Hitch Mounted 2-Bike Rack, part number SR27041. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. After lining up the pin holes, we'll thread in our anti-rattle bolt, and tighten it down using the wrench. With the bike rack secured, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. We have about 11" of ground clearance. Closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about 2-3/4" away, and we've added about 21" to the overall length of our vehicle. To load up a bike, we'll need to remove the two silver pins at the top of the mast. This will allow us to swing the top bar of the bike rack out. When unfolding the top bar of the bike rack, you want to make sure that you keep a steady hold on it, as it could slide back and hit the back of your vehicle. After lining up the holes, we'll then re-insert the silver pin to secure it in place.



Softride Element Hitch Mounted Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge we'll be test fitting the Softride Element Parallelogram Hitch Mounted Hanging 4-Bike Rack, part number SR26248. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. After lining up the pin holes, we'll thread in our anti-rattle bolt and then tighten it down using a wrench. With the bike rack secured, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. We have about 11 inches of ground clearance. Closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle's about two inches away and we've added about 11 inches to the overall length of our Ford. We'll now go ahead and remove the two silver pins at the top of the mast. We'll swing the cradle arms outward and line up the pin holes to reinsert the sliver pins.



Saris Freedom Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge, well be test fitting the Saris Freedom Hitch Mounted Platform Style Four Bike Rack for 2 inch hitches, part number SA4414B. Well begin our test by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. After lining up our pin holes, well thread in our anti-rattle bolt, tighten it down with a wrench, and then secure it with the clip on the other side. With the bike rack secured, well go over a few clearance of measurements to see how the two fit together. We have about 13 inches of ground clearance. The closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about 2 inches away.



Saris Freedom 2 Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge, we'll be test fitting the Saris Freedom platform style hitch mounted two bike rack for 1 1/4 and 2 inch hitches, part number SA4412B. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. After lining up the pin holes, we'll thread in our anti-rattle bolt, tighten it down using a wrench and then secure it with the clip on the other side. With the bike rack secured, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. We have about 14 inches of ground clearance. Closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about 9 inches away and we've added about 24 inches to the overall length of our Edge.



Saris Axis 3 Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge, we'll be test fitting the Saris Axis, Aluminum Hitch Mounted, Hanging 3-Bike Rack, part number SA843B. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening the hitch. After lining up our pin holes, we'll thread in our anti-rattle bolt and tighten it down using a wrench. You then secure the lock on the other side. With the bike rack secured, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. We have about 11 inches of ground clearance. Closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about four and a half inches away and we've added about 13 inches to the overall length of our Ford. We can now lift up on the yellow levers on the upper left and right hand corner of the back rack. This allows us to slide the arms off the grooves, onto the smooth part and raise the cradle arms up.



Saris Axis Tilting 2 Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge, we'll be test fitting the Saris Axis Hitch Mounted 2 Bike Rack For 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches, part number SA832. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. After lining up the pin holes, we'll thread in our anti-rattle bolt, tighten it down with a wrench, and then secure it with a clip on the other side. With the bike rack secured, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. We have 11" ground clearance. Closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about 5" away, and we've added about 13" to the overall length of our Ford. We can now loosen up the black knobs on the upper left and right hand corner of the mast. This will allow us to slide the cradle arms off the grooves onto the smooth portion of the rack. We'll raise the cradle arms up and slide them back over the grooves.



Rhino-Rack 4 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge we'll be test fitting the Rhino Rack hitch-mounted 4-bike rack for 2 inch hitches, part number RBC038. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. We'll thread in our anti-rattle bolt, tighten it down with a wrench and secure it with the lock. With the bike rack secured, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. From the back of the bike rack, we have about 17 inches of ground clearance. Lowest point of the bike rack is about 12 inches from the ground. The closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about 1 3/4 inches away.



Swagman XTC4 Wheel Mount Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge, well be test fitting the Swagman XTC4 Platform Style Hitch Mounted Four Bike Rack, part number S64665. Well begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. Well thread in our anti-rattle bolt, and tighten it down using a wrench. With the bike rack secured, well go over some clearance of measurements to see how the two fit together. We have about 11 inches of ground clearance. Now as you can see, the platform when folded up does have a little bit of wiggle room.



Hollywood Racks Traveler Tow n Go Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge we'll be test fitting the Hollywood Racks Traveler Tow N Go three bike rack for two-inch ball mounts, part number HR135. For today's test fit we'll be using the Hidden Hitch ball mount with an extra long shank, part number 80232. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the ball mount into the opening of the hitch. After securing it with a pin and clip we're ready to load up our bike. Keep in mind the ball mount, hitch ball and pin and clip are all sold separately. See our web site for more details. We'll remove the black pin at the top of the mast and swing out our dual arms.



SportRack Super EZ Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge we'll be test fitting the SportRack Super EZ platform style two bike rack, part number SR2901LR. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. After threading in our anti rattle bolt we'll tighten it down with a wrench and secure it with a lock on the other side. With the bike rack secured, we'll go over a couple of clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. We have about 13-1/2 inches of ground clearance. Closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about nine inches away, and we've added about 24 inches to the overall length of our vehicle. To access the rear hatch, we can pull the three black pins at the base of the bike rack and tilt the wheel cradles down as well as the mast. As you can see, we can easily gain access to the rear hatch.



Thule Helium Aero Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today, on our 2013 Ford Edge, we'll be test fitting the Thule Helium Aero Hitch-Mount 2 0:05 Bike Rack for 2 inch hitches, part number TH9042. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the opening of the hitch. We'll allow the integrated hitch pin to fall into place and we'll then turn the black knob at the back of the shank to engage the anti-rattle device. With the back rack secured, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how the two fit together. We have about 17 inches of ground clearance. Closest part of the bike rack to the closest part of the vehicle is about 3-1/4 of an inch away. With the cradle arms down, we've added about 16-1/2 inches to the overall length of our Ford.



Yakima ForkLift Roof Mounted Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge we're going to be test fitting the Yakima Forklift Roof Mounted Bike Carrier, part number y02098. Now our Ford Edge is already equipped with a Yakima roof rack system so we're going to mount our Forklift directly to those crossbars. To do this we'll remove the skewer from the head of the bike rack first. We'll open up the clamp at the head of the bike rack and fit it around our front crossbar, and then we'll tighten it down with the t-bolt and wing nut. We'll slide the cover back into place and then we can reinstall our skewer. At the back we'll need to slide the clamp over our rear crossbar, and again tighten it down with the t-bolt and wing nut.



Thule Apex 4 Swing Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today, on our 2013 Ford Edge, we'll be test fitting the Thule Apex Swing 4-Bike Carrier, Part Number TH9027. Now to begin our test fit, we'll simply slide the shank of the carrier into the opening of the hitch, lineup our pinholes, allow the integrated hitch pin to fall into the hitch holes and turn the black knob to engage the anti-rattle device. Now, with our two-way Apex Swing secured to our Ford Edge, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how they fit together. We have about 13 inches of ground clearance. Closest part of the carrier to the closest part of the vehicle here at the rear bumper is about three inches. With the cradle arms folded down, we've added about 11 inches to the overall length of the vehicle. We'll now pull the grey lever at the top of the mast to swing the cradle arms out, and with the cradle arms out, we've added about 34 inches to the overall length of the vehicle.To load the bike, we'll undo the cradle straps, place the bike into the frame cradles and secure with the straps. To access the cargo area, we'll unscrew the black T-handle at the base of the carrier and then lift up on the black T-handle with a gold post.



Thule Apex 4 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today, on our 2013 Ford Edge, we'll be test fitting the Thule Apex 4-Bike Carrier for 1-1/4 and 2-inch Hitches, Part Number TH9025. Now to begin our test fit, we'll simply slide the shank of the carrier into the opening of the hitch, lineup our pinholes, allow the integrated hitch pin to fall into place and we'll then turn the black knob to engage the anti-rattle device. Now, with our two-way Apex secured to our Ford Edge, we'll go over a few clearance measurements to see how they fit together. We have about 14 inches of ground clearance. Closest part of the carrier to the closest part of the vehicle here at the rear bumper is about five inches. With the cradle arms folded down, we've added about 12 inches to the overall length of the vehicle. We'll now pull the grey lever at the top of the mast and with the cradle arms out, we've added about 36 inches to the overall length of the vehicle. To access the cargo area, we'll lift up the gray handle at the bottom of the carrier to tilt the mast down. This will allow us to have access to our cargo door.



Swagman XTC2 Wheel Mount Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today, on our 2013 Ford Edge, we'll be test fitting the Swagman XTC 2, 2-Bike Carrier for both 1-1/4 and 2-inch Hitches, Part Number S64670. To begin our test fit, we'll slide the shank of our carrier into the receiver tube of our hitch, we'll lineup the hitch pinhole then we'll thread in our anti-rattle, tightening it with a wrench. Now, we'll go over a few clearance measurements. We have a ground clearance of about 12 inches. From the closest point of our carrier to the closest point of the rear of our vehicle is about five inches. With this bike carrier, we've added about 21 inches to the overall length of our vehicle. Now, we can go ahead and unfold our platform. All we need to do is make sure that we pull all three pins at the base of the carrier.



Swagman Titan Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Ford Edge

Today on our 2013 Ford Edge, we'll be test fitting the Swagman Titan 4-bike carrier, part number S63410. To begin our test fit, we'll slide the bike rack shank into our hitch, line up the hitch pin hole, and then go ahead and install and tighten down our anti-rattle bolt. With our bolt tight, we can now go ahead and go over a few clearance measurements. We have a ground clearance of about 12-1/2". With the bike rack in its folded position, we've added about 19" to the overall length of our vehicle. Now we can go ahead and lift up on the liver at the bottom of the mast to take advantage of the tilt feature of this bike carrier.





Ford Edge Bike Rack Questions

  • If you want a bike rack that won't require you to remove the bikes every time you want to get into the rear cargo area of your 2016 Ford Edge you would want a swing-away style bike rack like the Thule Vertex Swing part # TH9031XT. The Chinook is a great bike rack but it wouldn't give you great rear cargo access. I attached a review video for this bike rack for you to check out as well. If you do not have a hitch yet you will need one. The Hidden Hitch part # 87696 will be your...
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  • The Swagman XTC-2 # S64670 is designed to fit both 1-1/4 inch and 2 inch trailer hitches and will fit the Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch # 75214 and your 2015 Ford Edge. The XTC-2 offers 8 inches of clearance from the center of the hitch pin hole to the closest edge of the first wheel hoop. The XTC-2 comes with an anti-rattle treaded hitch pin to secure the rack, but if you are interested in a locking anti-rattle pin, you can use # S64029. I have attached a video of the XTC-2 on a...
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  • The Yakima KingJoe Pro 3 Bike Rack # Y02625 is a fit for your 2015 Ford Edge SEL but on that particular vehicle the rack is limited to carrying only 2 bikes due to overall weight concerns and the required use of their (included) glass hatch hooks. A better Yakima trunk-mount option for your Edge is their HalfBack 3 # Y02635. On your car you can still carry 3 bikes on this rack. Please see the linked video. If you need to transport 3 or more bikes on your Edge then your safest...
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  • We have tested the Thule Helium bike rack # TH9042 on a 2013 Ford Edge but not a 2016. Based on the 2013 though there is tons of space for the rear hatch to open when the rack is tilted down. However, you cannot keep the bikes loaded on this rack and tilt it down. For a bike rack that you can tilt with the bikes loaded I recommend the Softride Dura, # SR26247. This carrier tilts out instead of down so the bikes can stay loaded and there will be plenty of space to open the rear...
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  • To carry bikes on your 2015 Ford Edge, I recommend using a trailer hitch and hitch mount bike rack. The trailer hitch I recommend for your 2015 Ford Edge is the Draw-Tite Class III Max Frame Receiver Hitch # 75234. This trailer hitch is confirmed to fit SE, SEL, Titanium, and Sport models of the 2015 Edge. The 2 inch hitch receiver will accept a wide variety of hitch mount accessories on your Edge. The hands-free liftgate will still function with this hitch installed, but will...
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  • I totally understand, these part numbers are very similar. If you actually meant # TH9010XT, then the answer to your question would be BOTH. The Thule Passage, # TH910XT, and the Thule Archway XT, # TH9010XT, will both fit the 2014 Ford Edge. The Thule Passage, # TH910XT, is an affordable option for carrying two bikes. This rack offers the patented fit dial system to ensure a proper fit and cushioned anti-sway cradles with no sway cage to prevent bike-to-bike and bike-to-vehicle...
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  • I checked with Thule to confirm and the Passage trunk mount bike rack # TH901XT will fit your 2014 Ford Edge. I have linked a video review of this bike rack for you. If you will be carrying any bikes that do not have a top frame bar that goes straight across (like a typical men's bike would) then I recommend using bike adapter bar # 64005. This will allow you to carry those bikes more level and will provide better ground clearance. I have to use these adapters and without them...
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  • As long as there is a gap at the top of your rear spoiler for the mounting strap to pass through and attach to the edge of the rear hatch (rather than the straps passing up and over the spoiler), the Thule Passage 3 bike rack # TH911XT will install on your Ford Edge without any problems. Most rear top spoilers do not have this gap, so you will want to make sure your Edge does. It's important that the cables be routed under the spoiler, not over. The spoiler is not designed...
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  • The fastest and easiest bike rack to install and remove from your 2014 Ford Edge is the Thule Raceway Pro 2 Bike Rack, # TH9001PRO. This bike rack uses only 4 coated steel cables that hook to the edge of the rear hatch and the ratcheting hubs make it easy to tighten and release the cables. The cables are much easier to use over the traditional nylon straps that fly around in the wind. I have attached a demonstration video for you to check out. If you will be carrying any women's,...
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  • The best way to carry a bike rack on a vehicle is with a hitch. Especially when carrying 3 to 4 bikes since that can be a lot of weight to put on the trunk of a vehicle. If you have a Sport model you would want the # 75728 or if you have a non-Sport model part # 75992. My favorite hitch mounted bike rack is the Thule Vertex Swing part # TH9031XT this rack can swing out and away from the rear of a vehicle to give you complete access to the rear of it. Check out the review...
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  • Yes, I checked with Thule and the Passage 2 part # TH910XT that you referenced has been confirmed as a fit for your 2014 Ford Edge so it would work well for you and would fit over the spoiler without a problem. I attached a review video for this rack that shows it being used on a similar 2013 Edge as yours. If you plan on carrying any womens or alternative framed bikes without horizontal top tubes you may also be interested in purchasing a Swagman Easy-Out Women's and Alternative...
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  • A Class II trailer hitch will have a 1-1/4 inch receiver (measured on the inside of the receiver opening, see link). The Thule Apex swinging rack, # TH9027, and all other swinging bike racks fit a 2 inch receiver opening. Measure your receiver to determine which size you have. If you determine that you have a 2 inch receiver opening then you will need to measure from the center of the hitch pin hole straight back to the distance required to clear the rear bumper. If that distance...
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  • Saris does not recommend their Bones 3 bike carrier, part # SA801BL, for your 2013 Ford Edge. I also checked the etrailer FitGuide and again this particular carrier is not considered a good fit for your Edge. Vehicles like yours with a roofline spoiler pose a challenge to fitting many conventional bike racks. But with the bad news out of the way we do have plenty of excellent trunk-mount carrier options for you! The link at right will show you all confirmed fits for 3-bike...
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  • The Pro Series Trunk Bike Rack, part # PS1370600, is listed as a fit for your 2013 Ford Edge. Per the Pro Series site and fit guide it states that it will fit your vehicle with a factory spoiler. If you have an after market spoiler installed that would be a different size than the factory spoilers, there could be an issue with the fit. For a rack that will not interfere with the spoiler on your Edge and still hold 3 bikes, I recommend the Hollywood Rack Over-the-Top Bike Carrier,...
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  • The Thule Passage 3 trunk mount bike rack # TH911XT, is listed as a fit for your 2013 Ford Edge. I have linked a video review of this bike rack for you. If you will be carrying any bikes that do not have a top frame bar that goes straight across (like a typical mens bike would) then I recommend using bike adapter bar # TH982XT. This will allow you to carry those bikes more level and will provide better ground clearance. I have to use these adapters and without them my wifes...
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  • I have a solution for you, but the Thule Apex Swing Bike Rack, # TH9027, might be a little too close to your bumper. We installed the Draw-Tite Max Frame Class III Trailer Hitch, # 75992, on a Ford Edge and Lincoln MKX and found that you will need approximately 7-1/2 inches of clearance from the hitch pin hole to the bumper. The Apex bike rack measures 7-3/8 inches from the hitch pin hole to the foot of the bike rack. Instead, I recommend looking at the Thule Vertex Swing...
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  • It is possible to use a 1-1/4 to 2 inch adapter on your 2013 Ford Edge, however, I do not recommend doing so. Using an adapter will decrease the the tongue weight capacity of your trailer hitch by half and it will create more movement with the bike rack when driving because you will be adding another connection point. After doing some research on the tow package for the Ford Edge, it looks like Ford uses a Class II trailer hitch. The Class II trailer hitches that we offer...
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  • For your 2013 Ford Edge I recommend the Thule Trunk Bike Rack, part # TH911XT. This rack has a capacity of 3 bikes and features 6 attachment straps that will secure the rack to your Edge. The total weight capacity of this carrier is 105 lbs. If you are carrying women's bikes or bikes with alternative frames like a kids bike, I recommend the Thule Bike Adapter Bar, part # TH982XT. This attaches between the seat post and the handlebar stem and allows you to carry the bike evenly...
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  • According to Thule, their Archway Trunk Mounted 2 Bike Carrier # TH9010XT is a fit for your 2013 Ford Edge. The trunk mounted rack I recommend the most is the Thule Raceway, part # TH9001PRO. Instead of fumbling around with the 6 nylon straps and buckles each time you install or remove the rack, the Raceway uses 4 cables that tighten and release with a flick of a knob. This feature allows the rack to be installed or removed in a matter of seconds. The rack can lock to the vehicle,...
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  • Although Ford doesn't offer the option, there is an aftermarket hitch available for your 2013 Edge Sport, the Draw-Tite Class III, part # 75728. Going this route would allow you to use your Thule rack, if you still have it. If the rack was designed to be used in a 1-1/4 inch receiver, a reducer sleeve like part # HT02 is an easy solution that would allow you to continue using your rack. If you're interested in a new hitch mounted bike rack, Thule offers the excellent Hitching...
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