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Pop Up Camper Roof Mount 4 Bike Rack - Swagman Pop-Up Mighty Rack

Swagman RV and Motorhome Bike Racks

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Code:   S80550

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Swagman RV and Motorhome Bike Racks - S80550

4 Bike rack secures to the roof of your pop-up camper with straps that attach to the included screw-on anchors. Included bungees hold bikes to the rack. Aluminum constructed rack is built to last.

Features:

  • Carries up to 4 bikes
  • Fits on the roof of most pop-up trailers
  • Lightweight construction minimizes total weight placed on the camper's roof
  • Durable aluminum bars provide maximum protection for bikes
  • Foam bumpers on the legs help prevent wear and tear to the camper's roof
  • Adjustable tire rails accommodate 3 wheel styles, including touring, standard and mountain
  • Tie down straps, bungees, and hardware provided to secure bikes to the rack and the rack to the trailer


Specs:

  • Dimensions: 65-1/2" long x 26" wide x 8-7/8" tall (height off the roof of the trailer)
  • Weight capacity is limited to the lesser of 140 lbs. or that set by the camper manufacturer
  • Drilling is required to install the included tie-down points for straps to secure rack to roof
  • Assembly required
  • Limited lifetime warranty


This convenient rack carries up to four bikes and fits on the roof of most pop-up trailers. Its lightweight construction minimizes total weight placed on the camper's roof while foam bumpers help prevent scratching and denting. Additionally, the rack's durable aluminum bars provide maximum protection for bikes. Adjustable tire rails accommodate three wheel styles, including touring, standard and mountain. Elastic and nylon straps and hardware are provided to secure bikes to the rack and the rack to the trailer.



80550 Pop Up Camper Roof Mount 4 Bike Rack - Swagman Pop-Up Mighty Rack







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Video review of swagman 4 bike camper rack S80550
Swagman Camper Roof Mount Bike Rack Review

Video Transcript for Swagman Camper Roof Mount Bike Rack Review

Today we are going to be showing you part number S80550 from Swagman. This is their pop-up camper, roof mount, four-bike rack. A couple of features about this rack are that it does carry up to four bikes as we stated before, it fits on the roof of most pop-up trailers, it is really light duty, so there is not much weight up on the roof, it is constructed entirely out of aluminum, which is nice so you do not have to worry about rust or corrosion on it. Also it has foam bumpers on the legs to help prevent wear and tear on the camper"s roof. Also the adjustable tire rails can accommodate three bike styles, including the touring bikes, standard bikes and mountain bikes. It also comes complete with a set of tie-down straps, some bungee cords and hardware to secure the rack to the roof of the trailer itself. What comes with the roof rack is the tie-down mount here. What this does is it gets bolted into place on top of one of the roof supports. And it does come complete with a set of screws to do that.

You just screw them to the roof support. It comes with a strap that goes around through and buckles to the bicycle rack and we will go ahead and show you how that looks. Now the relationship of the bracket itself here will vary depending on what type of trailer and how much roof space you have to work with. We are just going to arbitrarily leave it here for now. And basically what is going to happen is your strap will go through this D-ring right here. You can run it through your tie-down hook here, back through the strap, and it has a cam buckle right here, so you can just go ahead and just run it through, and that way you do not have to worry about making a knot or anything like that, and it will stay secure throughout your trip. Just to give you an idea, when you have it properly installed, the strap will be situated just like this here. Next we will go ahead and install a bike on here and show you how basically they fit on there.

Basically, your tires will fit inside the dividers here so they are basically acting like a wheel well. And basically, when you get your bike into place, you go ahead and use your bungee cords and just zip-tie the post to the bike to keep them from going anywhere. Just tie it to the post here anyway you can, enough just to keep it stable. You may want to wrap it around itself. Basically it is just personal preference on this one. The idea is to get it as tight as possible and wrap it around a couple of times and just strap the bike down. I can see this really being great if you are hauling a lot of kids bikes actually. And also, as we have seen before, we have just loaded up the bikes, and when it is on the roof it is going to be up a little higher than you are. So to accommodate that you pull this pin out, and these bars are out of the way. So you put your bikes in and, once you get them stable, you put the bars back and then tighten up your strap to the post here.

All right, as you can see here, we have got two different bikes with two different tire styles. We have got a thin road bike tire and a mountain bike tire. They both fit evenly in the bicycle rack. Basically, the rack itself can hold about 140 pounds worth of bikes. However, you want to go by the capacity of your roof, just to be on the safe side. Drilling is, obviously, required to install the tie-down points for the straps, and some assembly is required. And there you have it for part number S80550 from Swagman.

Also, as you have seen before, when you get the bike up on the roof it is going to be a little higher than you are, so to accommodate that, you pull this pin out, and these bars are out of the way. So, you put your bikes in, then once you get them stable, put your bars back, then tighten up your straps to the post here. All right, as you can see here we have got two different bikes and two different tire styles on them. We have got a thin road bike tire, basically, and a mountain bike tire. They both fit evenly in the bicycle rack. Basically the rack itself can hold about 140 pounds worth of bikes . However, you want to go by the capacity of your roof, just to be on the safe side. Drilling is obviously required to install the tie-down points for the straps, and some assembly is required. And there you have it for part number S80550 from Swagman.






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Pop Up Camper Roof Mount 4 Bike Rack - Swagman Pop-Up Mighty Rack - S80550

Average Customer Rating:  ratingratingratingratingrating3.5 out of 5 stars   (2 Customer Reviews)

4 Bike rack secures to the roof of your pop-up camper with straps that attach to the included screw-on anchors. Included bungees hold bikes to the rack. Aluminum constructed rack is built to last.


- S80550

ratingratingratingratingrating by: Joe H.07/13/2012


The rack arrived as promised. Good quality. I will use it this weekend. The assembly instructions could be a clearer. Otherwise very happy. Thank you Etrailer 47768





Comments

Looking at this for my Coleman Santa Fe mid 90s Reluctant to screw into the roof - can I fasten it on the side of the roof into just above the latch clamp for the roof?It says it holds four bikes - do they have to be similar wheel base or can it hold a mix of kids and adult bikes?

comment by: Craig - 01/13/2014


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Yes, the footman loops can be installed on the side edge of the roof if there is enough room. Check figure 3 in the instructions linked on the page. The rack will accommodate bikes of varying size and shape, in fact the tire rails can be adjusted to from narrow touring tires to wide mountain tires. You may need to alternate orientations to get the bikes to fit. Bikes with particularly long wheel bases, like 29 inch mountain bikes, may not fit.

Patrick B - 1/23/2014




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We got it put together on the ground, tried putting our bikes in it and weren't happy with the way they sat in there, so we disassembled it and sent it back. 143027




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  • Options for Carrying 4 Bikes and Towing a Tent Trailer
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  • Recommend A Bike Rack That Will Also Allow Me To Tow Pop-Up Camper Trailer
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  • How To Install the Swagman Pop Up Camper Roof Mount 4 Bike Rack # S80550 To a Pop-Up Camper Roof
  • On the Swagman Pop Up Camper Roof Mount 4 Bike Rack, part # S80550, the screws that hold the tie-down mounts to the roof will need to be attached to the roof supports of the pop-up camper. The tie-down mounts need to be installed to the roof supports to be able to hold the weight of the bike rack and bikes. You do not want to just screw them into the roof. I am including a picture from the instructions that will show a diagram of how this bike rack is attached to the roof of a pop-up...
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  • Bike Rack Recommendation for 5 Bikes While Towing a Pop Up Camper
  • The Curt Multipurpose Ball Mount # D210 would be an excellent choice to be used in conjunction with towing your current pop up trailer and a hitch mounted bike rack that has a carrying capacity of 5 bikes. The # D210 is compatible with and an existing 2 inch hitch and provides a 2 inch receiver for accessory use. This hitch has a tongue weight capacity of 750 pounds total, and a receiver capacity of 350 pounds. Therefore the combined weight of the bike rack and bikes cannot exceed 350...
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  • Recommendation for Carrying Bikes While Towing a Pop Up Camper Trailer
  • The Curt Multipurpose ball mount, # D210, is the only dual purpose ball mount we carry that is approved for towing. If you used it, it sounds like you would be towing the trailer high by 3-3/4 inches, which is not too bad, but could lead to trailer sway. The other option is to put a bike rack on the camper itself. You can do this a few different ways. First, you could use the Swagman Mighty Rack, # S80550. This rack attaches to the top of the camper. I have included some informational...
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  • Recommend Bike Rack To Use With Pop-Up Camper
  • The item you selected, Swagman Pop Up Camper Roof Mount 4 Bike Rack, part # S80550, would be a good option to carry 4 of your bikes. You will want to measure to see if you will have space for the bike rack as it measures 65-1/2 inches long, 26 inches wide, and has clearance of 8-7/8 inches to the bottom of the rack. To carry the other bike, you could either use trunk bed bike rack or a roof mounted bike rack. For a truck bed bike rack, I would recommend the Topline Truck Bed Bike Rack,...
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  • Can Curt Dual 2 inch Receiver Tube Adapter, # D-192 Be Used With Weight Distribution
  • The Curt Dual 2 inch Receiver Tube Adapter, # D-192, can be used to tow a trailer with the bottom receiver while carrying a bike rack in the top receiver. However, you will not be able to use it with weight distribution. There is another option. Since you have a pop up camper you could use the Pop Up Camper Roof Mount 4 Bike Rack - Swagman Pop-Up Mighty Rack # S80550. You install this rack right on top of your pop up camper. You will not have to worry about the tongue weight or adding...
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  • Pop Up Camper Roof Mount 4 Bike Rack Attachment
  • You will have to drill a few holes into the top of your camper to bolt the tie down points onto the roof. The link to the right will take you to a video with information on the carrier. I think you will find the info in the video helpful.
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  • How to Install The Swagman Pop-Up Mighty Rack On A 1997 Coleman Westlake Pop-Up Camper
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  • How Does the Swagman Pop-Up Mighty Rack # S80550 Mount to a Pop-Up Camper Roof
  • The Swagman Pop-Up Mighty Rack, # S80550, is designed to be bolted to the roof of a camper. The included footman loops can be screwed into either the roof or the sides of the camper. There are 4 straps that hold the rack to these loops. If the roof or sides of your camper already has anchor points at the four corners, and they are rated for the weight of the rack plus the weight of the bikes, you may be able to use them. I have included a link to the installation details and a video...
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  • Bike Rack Recommendation for 4 bikes and Towing a 2500lb Tent Trailer with a 2007 Honda Odyssey
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  • Bike Rack Recommendations for Use While Towing a LivinLite Quicksilver 10.0 Pop-Up Tent Trailer
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  • Can The Swagman XP 4 Bike Towing Rack # S64975 Work On A 2011 Honda Pilot Towing A Pop-Up Camper
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  • Can a Dual Receiver Ball Mount be Used with Weight Distribution and Carry a Bike Rack
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  • Will The Swagman RV Bumper 2 Bike Rack # S80500 Fit My 1999 Viking 1706 Pop-Up Camper
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  • How to Find the Weight Capacity of the Roof on a Pop-Up Camper
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  • Roof Mounted Bike Rack Recommendation for a 2003 Coleman Larmie Pop-Up Camper Trailer
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  • Can Adjustable Width Trailer Hitch Receiver # 13703 Be Mounted on a Pop-Up for a Bike Rack
  • The hitch would fit and successfully bolt or weld to your pop up trailer (welding should be done by a qualified professional). However, you will want to check the trailer owners manual or the manufacturer to determine if a hitch can be mounted to it for a bike rack. Only certain bike racks are rated for use behind a trailer and I have linked them for you. If you find you can use the hitch, I have included a link to the installation details for you. CURT does require the use of stabilization...
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  • What Bike Rack Would be Best for a Pop-Up Camper or Collapsible Trailer
  • Swagman has built several bike rack solutions specifically for the rear of Fifth Wheels, campers and trailers. Often times there is much more rear bumper bounce on a trailer or pop-up camper when compared to a passenger vehicle, so Swagman designed some bike racks to withstand the rougher ride. If the camper has a solid steel square tube bumper, you could use something like the Swagman Bumper Hitch, part # S64025 in conjunction with a towing bike rack like part # S64400. Swagman also...
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  • Ball Mount Options for Swagman 4 Bike Carrier # S64675 on 2006 Toyota Sienna Towing Pop Up Camper
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  • What are the Top 3 Ways to Carry Bikes While Towing a Pop-Up Camper at the Same Time
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  • Will the Swagman Mighty Rack Roof Mount Bike Rack Fit a Camper with AC Unit On Roof
  • The roof mounted AC unit on your Coleman camper will most likely interfere with a bike rack like the Swagman Mighty Rack, # S80550. However, if the AC unit is off to one side of the camper roof, or at the very back or very front of the roof AND the roof is long and wide enough to mount the 65-1/2 x 26 inch carrier then you can use it. If you do not have space on the roof then you will need to look at the other options for bike racks that are approved for use on a trailer. I have linked...
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  • Trailer Hitch and Bike Rack Recommendations for an Evolution 1 Pop-up Camper
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  • Where Do the Pop Up Camper Roof Mount Bike Rack Mounting Brackets Attach to a Pop Up Trailer
  • The instructions, which I have linked for you, do help somewhat. Around the outside top edge of the camper is going to be the strongest point to mount the brackets because that is where it has a frame. If on the very top of the camper, you will put the brackets a 1/2 inch in from the edge. Or it mounted on the sides of the camper, a 1/2 inch from the top. There are diagrams that will help in the instructions. I have also included a link to a video review for you.
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  • Swagman Camper Roof Mount Bike Rack # S80550 for 2005 Starcraft 1701 Pop-Up
  • The Swagman Roof Mounted Rack you referred to is a universal fit item that is not designed to fit any one particular pop-up. It will be up to you to determine its suitability for your camper. This being said, as long as the roof of your pop-up can accommodate the approximate 21 lb weight of the carrier plus the weight of the bikes and the roof is large enough so that the 65-1/2 by 26 inch carrier will fit and there are no obstructions on the roof such as an A/C unit, the Swagman Pop-Up...
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  • Trunk and Roof Mount Bike Rack Recommendations for a 2008 Kia Rondo
  • The issue is that the available trailer hitches for the 2008 Kia Rondo are all Class I trailer hitches. A Class I trailer hitch is limited to 2 bikes. Having more produces more torque on the receiver than it was designed to handle and can damage the hitch and vehicle. The people carrying 4 bikes either do not know this or do it anyway. It sounds like you have a rack already that fits the Coleman camper for the bikes. When not towing the camper, I believe I have a solution for you. You...
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  • Will Swagman Around the Spare Mighty Bike Rack Fit on a Pop-up Camper with a C-Channel Bumper
  • You may be able to use the Swagman Pop-Up Mighty Rack, # S80550. You will need to consult your camper owners manual to check for the capacity of the roof and if it is rated for this type of application. I have included a link to the installation details and a video review below. Another option could be to use a towing bike rack. Take a look at the Folding 4 Bike Towing Rack, # S64675. This rack fits into a 2 inch receiver on the towing vehicle. The other end has a place for a hitch ball....
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