This frame-mount rack lets you carry 2 bikes on your roof rack crossbars. The adjustable upright arms have clamps with locking hand knobs that grab your bikes securely by the downtubes. Universal hardware mounts to most crossbars. Lowest Prices for the best roof bike racks from SportRack. SportRack Upshift 2 Roof Bike Rack - 2 Bikes - Frame Mount - Clamp On - Steel part number SR4883RP can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 800-298-8924 for expert service.
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SportRack Upshift 2 Roof Bike Rack - 2 Bikes - Frame Mount - Clamp On - Steel

SportRack Roof Bike Racks

(9 reviews)


Code:   SR4883RP

Retail:$199.95

Price:$149.95

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SportRack Roof Bike Racks - SR4883RP

This frame-mount rack lets you carry 2 bikes on your roof rack crossbars. The adjustable upright arms have clamps with locking hand knobs that grab your bikes securely by the downtubes. Universal hardware mounts to most crossbars.


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
    • Arms fold down for convenient storage and improved overhead clearance
  • Locking hand knobs secure bikes to the rack
    • Knobs face outward to allow bike mounting from both sides of your vehicle
  • Sliding cinch straps quickly secure bike wheels to the trays
    • Adjust to fit bikes of different lengths and wheel sizes
  • Universal, clamp-on mounting hardware attaches to most crossbars
  • Steel construction with black powder coat finish is strong, durable, and rust resistant


Specs:

  • Application: round, square, aero, elliptical, and most factory crossbars
    • Maximum crossbar width: 3-1/2"
  • Carrying capacity: 2 bicycles
  • Weight capacity: 45 lbs per bike
  • Maximum tire width: 2-1/4"
  • Maximum wheelbase: 48"
  • Overall dimensions: 57-1/2" long x 28-3/4" wide x 25" tall
  • Carrier weight: 15 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Perfect for compact cars and other small vehicles, the Upshift 2 lets you transport 2 bikes on your roof rack crossbars. This unique rack has upright arms with locking, adjustable clamps that hold your bikes securely by the downtubes. Universal hardware mounts to most crossbars, and the upright arms fold down for storage when not in use.


Adjustable Upright Arms

This rack has 2 adjustable upright arms that fit various bike shapes and sizes. These arms grab your bikes by the downtubes, and padded clamps with locking hand knobs secure your bikes to the rack. The hand knobs also face outward, so you can easily access them from both sides of your vehicle.


The upright arms fold down when they're not being used. Folding the arms increases overhead clearance, so the rack can remain installed in a garage or other low-clearance areas.


Sliding Wheel Straps

Cinch straps let you quickly secure your front and rear wheels to the carrier. These straps slide along the wheel trays so that you can carry bikes of different lengths.


Universal Mounting Hardware

The Upshift 2 easily installs on your crossbars with universal mounting hardware. U-bolts and hand knobs secure the wheel trays to your front crossbars, and clamp-on brackets with hand knobs secure the trays to your rear crossbars. The rear clamps can be installed at different points along the tray to fit various crossbar spreads.



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Video Transcript for SportRack Upshift 2 Bike Rack Review

Today, we'll be taking a look at the SportRack Upshift 2 Roof-Mounted 2-Bike Rack, part number SR4883RP, also available in a single bike, part number SR4883. This frame-mounted bike rack is going to allow us to carry 2 bikes safely and securely while we're on our trip. It will fit round, square, elliptical, and arrow, and most factory roof-rack systems. It also features 2 adjustable arms that come up and grab our bike's downtube and lock it securely with these hand knobs. When they're not in use, they fold down for storage. It also includes these locking hand knobs. When we get them all tightened up, for extra security, we can lock them, and they're just at a free spinning state when they're locked, so they will not come undone.

It includes sliding-wheel-cradle straps that when slid underneath the tire, the strap comes up and through the spokes, and tighten that down with a nice buckle. It's made out of a solid-steel construction with a nice black-powder-coat finish, so it's going to resist rust and corrosion. It has a weight capacity of 45 pounds per bike and also features a limited lifetime warranty. Another great thing about this roof-mounted bike rack is the spacing between the 2 bikes, so if you're looking up at our handle bars, you'll notice they're not coming in contact with another. The universal clamp-on mounting hardware attaches to most load bars. The overall dimensions of this roof-mounted bike rack are 57-1/2 long, 28-3/4 wide, by 25 inches tall. Now that we've gone over some of the features, I'll go ahead and show you how to install it.

The first thing we'll need to do is we need to set it on our roof rack. We'll just slide it over. Now, since it's a 2-bike rack, we want to make sure and center it up with the top of our vehicle. That way, we can get to it from both sides. All right, now, the next thing we'll need to do, now that we've got it up there, is we need to get our clamps around our load bars. I've left them together, but we'll only need to remove one side of the bolt in order to get our clamp around, and I'll show you how that's done there.

I'm just pulling that out of the way, moving the clamp around, then setting it back down, and then bringing the clamp underneath. Then I'm going to replace that bolt. All right, and before I tighten that down, I'm going to repeat that same step on the other three sides. Once we've got all our clamps around our load bars, then we can take our included Allen key and tighten them evenly around. We'll tighten it up on this side a little bit. Then we'll come back to the back side.

You want a nice snug fit around the bars. All right, once we get this tightened up, we'll go around to the other three clamps and tighten those down, as well. Now that we've got those tightened down, let's go ahead and throw a bike up there. Now, we'll need to make sure that our strap is slid all the way forward and undone. Same with back here, make sure the slider is all the way back. Undo the strap. Then for our clamp, we'll make sure that this unscrewed and ready to receive the frame of our bike. We'll grab the bike, set it in the bike rack. Then we'll raise up our frame hook and set it right about that position. Once we get in this position, we'll just go ahead and tighten it down. Once we have it nice and tight, we'll be able to let go of our bike and then do our straps. All right, that looks pretty good. You can see the bike is nice and tight to our bike rack. Then we'll come over to our front-wheel strap. We'll slide the slider so it's just underneath the tire. We'll bring our strap through between our spokes, up through the buckle, and then back down through, and pull that nice and tight. Let's go ahead and do that same thing for our rear wheel. All right, now that we have one bike up there, let's go ahead and throw another one on the other side. Now that we've got both bikes securely up here, let's go ahead and take it out and see how it performs on our test course. First, let's go into our slalom. This is going to show side-to-side action, such as going around corners or evasive maneuvering. Then onto our alternating speed bumps. This is going to show a twisting action, such as going over uneven pavement or potholes. Then finally onto our solid speed bumps. This is going to simulate pulling in and out of a driveway or going over speed bumps. That's going to do it for our look at the SportRack Upshift 2 Roof-Mounted Bike Rack for 2 Bikes, part number SR4883RP. .


Customer Reviews

SportRack Upshift 2 Roof Bike Rack - 2 Bikes - Frame Mount - Clamp On - Steel - SR4883RP

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (9 Customer Reviews)


This frame-mount rack lets you carry 2 bikes on your roof rack crossbars. The adjustable upright arms have clamps with locking hand knobs that grab your bikes securely by the downtubes. Universal hardware mounts to most crossbars.


- SR4883RP

by: John05/08/2016


I upgraded all the bolts to grade eight bolts the only four original ones I used were the ones that hold the clamps to the crossbar. I also drilled holes through the crossbars for the center holes and ran bolts all the way through,you could hit some sweet jumps with the rogue and the bikes are not going anywhere. 249182



- SR4883RP

by: Caitlin M.10/23/2015


So, my husband and I have had this rack for awhile now, and it works really great! We used it when driving from Philadelphia to Pittsburgh and had no problems. My only comment would be that the straps don't really do too much, but it's so secure without them that they're almost not necessary except to prevent the wheels from turning while driving. For the price, we would definitely recommend this product. 230606



- SR4883RP

by: Ray05/24/2016


Just installed on Subaru, sturdy and easy to build 251393



- SR4883RP

by: Curtiis06/26/2015


Overall it is a good bike rack The only thing I would change would be a tool that replaces the Allen wrench. It would make it much easier to take the rack off and on 207551



- SR4883RP

by: Steve W.06/22/2016


Just installed. Seems strong and well built. Only issue at all is the chart stated a setting of 15 for front and rear and the only way it would fit was at 17. 263893



- SR4883RP

by: Jaackie K06/13/2016


worked like a charm. Is going to enable me to take my bikes on vacation with me on top of my tent trailer. Your videos are awesome 260875



- SR4883

by: Phil W.06/05/2016

Review from a similar SportRack Upshift in Roof Bike Racks


The SportRack Upshift Bike Rack went together with no problems. After just returning from a camping/riding trip, we have not used it on the road as of yet. It does look to be good and solid. One comment on the instructions however. The exploded drawing on Step 3 of the instructions is misleading. The Part H as shown in that view goes on the outside of Part B; it actually fits on the inside of that member (B). it appears to be correct in the assembled view, but should be corrected on the exploded one. Anxious to try it out! 257657



- SR4883

by: Dave O.06/20/2016

Review from a similar SportRack Upshift in Roof Bike Racks


This rack was easy to assemble and install. It holds the bike very securely. After a 120 mile trip the clamp had not loosened and the bike had not moved at all. Very satisfied so far. Will update at a later date regarding durability. 262966



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by: Glen W.03/30/2016

Review from a similar SportRack Upshift in Roof Bike Racks


delivered with quality expected, no sup rises 242422

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Used Items Available:

RU-15-SP-00208378
  • Condition : Installed
  • Notes :We received this item partially installed, but never used by the previous customer. Essential pieces and hardware present.

    Retail:$199.95

    Price:$128.64

RU-16-SP-00201172
  • Condition : Missing Parts
  • Notes :We received this item missing the majority of it's hardware. All hardware present in pictured. No structural damage to the rack itself.

    Retail:$199.95

    Price:$128.64







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