This unique rack lets you carry 2 bikes on your roof rack crossbars. It has dual upright arms with locking clamps that grab your bikes securely by the downtubes and fold down for storage when not in use. Universal hardware fits most crossbar styles. Lowest Prices for the best Roof Bike Racks from SportRack. SportRack Roof 2 Bike Rack - Frame Mount - Clamp On part number SR4882RP can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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SportRack Roof 2 Bike Rack - Frame Mount - Clamp On

SportRack Roof Bike Racks

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SportRack Roof Bike Racks - SR4882RP

This unique rack lets you carry 2 bikes on your roof rack crossbars. It has dual upright arms with locking clamps that grab your bikes securely by the downtubes and fold down for storage when not in use. Universal hardware fits most crossbar styles.

Features:

  • Frame-mount carrier lets you transport 2 bikes on your roof rack crossbars
  • Adjustable upright arms with clamps grab your bikes by the downtubes
    • Clamps tighten with locking hand knobs to secure your bikes to the rack
    • Arms fold down when not in use for convenient storage and for improved overhead clearance
  • Sliding wheel straps quickly secure bike wheels to the trays
  • Universal, clamp-on mounting hardware attaches to most crossbars
  • Sturdy steel wheel trays with gray powder coat finish are durable and corrosion resistant


Specs:

  • Carrying capacity: 2 bicycles
  • Weight capacity: 90 lbs (45 lbs per bike)
  • Application: round, square, aero, elliptical, and most factory crossbars
    • Maximum crossbar width: 3-1/2"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


SR4882RP Sport Rack 2 Bike Roof Mounted Carrier - Frame Mount - Clamp On







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SportRack 2 Bike Roof Rack Review

Video Transcript for SportRack 2 Bike Roof Rack Review

Today were going to be taking a look at the SportRack Roof Mounted 2-Bike Rack. The part number on it is SR4882RP. This unique rack uses a frame clamp style connection point. Well tighten down the black knob to secure it and its got a key locking tumbler on each side to make it easy to secure your bike. Its made of a solid steel construction. It offers a nice powder coat gray finish.

Its going to be durable and also reduce corrosion. The clamps will accommodate a crossbar up to 3-1/2 inches wide which will include the round bars, the square bars, also the aero, the elliptical and as we have here the factory roof rack system. Weve already got three of our clamps installed around our crossbar, but I want to be sure to show you how this works. Initially I removed one bolt from each of the four clamps. I always remove the one thats on the same side. Then place the rack up on our roof.

Well bring the lower portion of the clamp around the underside of our crossbar, take our Allen bolt, place it through the upper portion of our clamp and then the top of the rack, theres a hole designed to allow the Allen key to go right through. This is going to be the case on all eight of the Allen bolts. Theres two bolts on each of the four clamps. Its really a good design feature that they actually allow you access to get in there to the bolts and get them tightened down. Now I would say the installation on this is right there in the middle. Its not overly time consuming, but its not the quickest one on the market either.

If youre in the habit of taking it on and off the car, on and off the car all the time, you may want to find one thats got a little quicker installation process on it, but overall its a great rack and it doesnt take a tremendous amount of time to get it on your vehicle. Were just going to tighten down both of these Allen bolts evenly. The clamps as we said before fit a wide variety of bars. With these being factory, theyre some of the smaller ones out there so our clamps are going to be pretty close to all the way closed. As you can see here, nice and secure to our vehicle. Were not going to have any issues with it moving around.

As you can see, our frame clamp arm when transporting our bike is usually stood in its upright position. It can easily be folded down out of the way to give us a lower height on our vehicle so we wont have to worry about clearance as much and also for convenient storage. As you can see, we have eight positions to choose from when we set our rear clamp. As you can see here on the Suburban, weve got a set right here just about in the middle, but just depending on your crossbar spread, thatll depend on which one of these you can pick. Now were going to show you how to load up a bike. The first step is going to be to loosen our center frame clamp and allow that to spread out. Well then move to each wheel cradle and undo the wheel strap. Well now grab our bike. Were going to place it right up into the tray of the rack. Well lift the frame clamp arm until the clamp engages the frame of our bike. As we do that, its a good idea to just let the bike roll forward a little bit and then well tighten down the black knob. This is going to really secure that clamp around our frame. As you can see, its already starting to get tight. Well just give it a few more turns and then we can simply lock our tumbler there to keep that from backing out. Well then move to each wheel and secure these with our wheel strap. Just like that, weve got our bike all loaded up. As you can see, weve loaded up a couple more bikes here on our SportRack Rack Roof Mounted 2-Bike Rack and it really doesnt play any favorites here. Weve got the full suspension hybrid style bike all the way down to our kids bike, ladies bikes are going to work fine, longer wheel bases, shorter wheel bases, its really a good rack to fit a wide variety of frame styles. As you can see here, the wheel straps are fully adjustable. Weve got our kids bike here. You can move it right back up against that tire and then we can strap it in. It really helps just to fit a wide variety of wheel bases. The front and rear wheel strap cradles both move. The rack offers a weight capacity of 45 pounds per bike up to 90 pounds total. They also offer a limited lifetime warranty. Were now going to take the SportRack Roof Mounted 2-Bike Rack out through test course so you can see what it looks like in action. Well start by going through our slalom course. This is going to show you the side to side movement of the rack as if we are turning around corners or maybe evasively maneuvering. As we go around the corner into our alternating speed bumps, youll see how the rack works when some torque is applied if were hitting a pot hole or maybe the curb we didnt quite see. As we get into the solid bumps, you can see the up and down movement like going in and out of driveways or parking lots. That will complete todays look at the SportRack Roof Mounted 2-Bike Rack part number SR4882RP. .

Buyers Guide



ProductPrice DifferenceBike CompatibilityBike LoveEase of UseBike Frame ContactLocks Rack to roof barsLocks Bike to rackInstallationRoof Rack CompatibilityTest Video

SR4882RP
$189.95
current product
744Yes, Frame ClampNoYes, FrameAllen ToolAero, Round, Square 

S64720
$46.80
$143.15
less
725Yes, Frame ClampNoYes, FrameTool FreeAero, Round, Square

SR4882
$79.95
$110.00
less
725Yes, Frame ClampNoYes, FrameTool FreeAero, Round, Square 

SR4611
$99.95
$90.00
less
745Yes, Frame ClampNoYes, FrameTool FreeAero, Round, Square 

Y02103
$179.00
$10.95
less
866No, Wheel HookNoNoTool FreeAero, Round, Square

TH599XTR
$169.95
$20.00
less
746Yes, Frame ClampNoNoTool FreeRound, Square 

S64710
$46.80
$143.15
less
445No, Fork MountNoNoTool FreeAero, Round, Square

TH594XT
$199.95
$10.00
more
865No, Wheel HookNoNoTool FreeAero, Round, Square 

Y02093
$149.00
$40.95
less
735Yes, Frame ClampNoNoTool FreeAero, Round, Square 

TH598
$189.95
same cost
746Yes, Frame ClampNoNoTool FreeRound, Square 

RBC035
$152.10
$37.85
less
478No, Fork MountYesYes, ForkQuick Link and AllenAero, Round, Square

Y02065
$69.00
$120.95
less
446No, Fork MountNoNoAllen ToolRound, Square 

TH526
$159.95
$30.00
less
455No, Fork MountNoNoTool FreeAero, Round, Square

SR4622
$73.75
$116.20
less
445No, Fork MountNoNoTool FreeAero, Round, Square

RBC017
$197.10
$7.15
more
756Yes, Frame ClampNoYes, FrameTool FreeAero, Round, Square 

RBC011
$107.10
$82.85
less
476No, Fork MountSecurity ToolYes, FrameAllen ToolAero 

RBC016
$197.10
$7.15
more
756Yes, Frame ClampNoYes, FrameTool FreeAero, Round, Square 

Y02098
$159.00
$30.95
less
457No, Fork MountNoNoTool FreeAero, Round, Square

TH516
$129.95
$60.00
less
454No, Fork MountNoNoAllen ToolRound, Square 
ProductPrice DifferenceBike CompatibilityBike LoveEase of UseBike Frame ContactLocks Rack to roof barsLocks Bike to rackInstallationRoof Rack CompatibilityTest Video

Buyers Guide Columns

Bike Compatibility - A higher score indicates that the bike rack is designed to be used with a wider variety of bikes. Racks with a lower score are designed for use with specific bike types.

Bike Love - Higher score racks do a better job of keeping your bike safe, theft and damage free while on the rack. Locks, stability and how the bike is supported are important aspects of Bike Love.

Ease of Use - Ease of use is determined by how easy the rack is to use on a daily basis, and how easy it is to install and remove the rack from your roof.

Bike Frame Contact - Important if you are concerned about scratches and marring of your bike frame.

Locks Rack to roof bars - Bike rack locks to the roof bars on the vehicle to help deter theft of the rack.

Locks Bike to rack - Secures the bike with a lock to help deter theft of the bike.

Installation - What tools and method are used to attach the bike rack to your roof bars.

Roof Rack Compatibility - Aero means that the rack will fit most modern elliptical shaped roofbars and factory roof rack bars. T-Slot means that the bike rack installs into a T shaped channel that is found on some roof bars. Round and square means that the bike rack can attach to the tradition Thule and Yakima roof bars.




Customer Reviews

SportRack Roof 2 Bike Rack - Frame Mount - Clamp On - SR4882RP

Average Customer Rating:  ratingratingratingratingrating4.0 out of 5 stars   (5 Customer Reviews)

This unique rack lets you carry 2 bikes on your roof rack crossbars. It has dual upright arms with locking clamps that grab your bikes securely by the downtubes and fold down for storage when not in use. Universal hardware fits most crossbar styles.


- SR4882

ratingratingratingratingrating by: Michael H08/07/2014

Review from a similar SportRack Frame Mount Roof Mounted Bike Rack


First of all I'd like to say that I've done a lot of research on roof top bike racks and for the price this one is by far the best. I have a Jeep Commander with 3.5' wide cross bars and finding one that fits is a challenge. This one fits perfectly. I've only had it for a few days now and only hauled my bike on it once. Everything seems fine. I highly recommend this rack if you’re not interested in spending a lot. They can get expansive for the big name racks. I'd also like to say that the customer service people were very helpful with finding the rack that will fit my Jeep. 144925



- SR4882

ratingratingratingratingrating by: Harry No Problems10/27/2014

Review from a similar SportRack Frame Mount Roof Mounted Bike Rack


Although the hardware to mount these two Bike Racks was provided for use on a vehicle's existing roof rack system, I mounted the base units on a cargo container attached to the rear of my RV. The Stow-Away container I have is mounted on a Swing-A-Way frame, so it can be swung out perpendicular to the rear of the van. This gives me easy access to the bike in the rack closest to the rear wall of the RV. Yes I have to remove the bikes if I want to open the cargo container, but otherwise great way to carry my two bikes on the rear of the RV. I also have a locking cable attached to the container so I can further secure the bikes while in transit; although the locking knobs on the bike racks works as advertised, and would deter most potential thieves. 158012



- SR4611

ratingratingratingratingrating by: Russ10/02/2014

Review from a similar SportRack Frame Mount Roof Mounted Bike Rack


Just finished assembly and fitting to my bike. Assembly is relatively easy if you are good with a screwdriver and wrench. Took about 20 min. Materials are fair. The rack is too short for my bike with the tie downs facing inward. Turning the strap/wheel braces around did the trick. The bottom line is this is a medium quality rack that meets my expectation. I would have preferred a $300 Thule but this is what my pocket could afford. I will road test later and post an opinion. But e trailer is awesome! 154143



- SR4611

ratingratingratingratingrating by: Jeff A.06/25/2013

Review from a similar SportRack Frame Mount Roof Mounted Bike Rack


Great rack for the price! Rack assembled OK. Two sets of hands helpful but not necessary. Attached to vehicle easily (using factory crossbars). Some side to side sway, but the farther up the clamp is attached to the bicycle the less it is. 85941



- SR4611

ratingratingratingratingrating by: Barry H01/07/2014

Review from a similar SportRack Frame Mount Roof Mounted Bike Rack


Easy to install. Looks god. 112180

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