To help you choose a bike rack that is compatible with your vehicle and bikes it is important to consider four simple points:
Hitch bike racks keep bikes behind the vehicle, making them the most aerodynamic. Hitch bike racks offer the most protection for the vehicle by carrying bikes out away from the vehicle. They also make loading bikes very easy and can be used on most vehicles with a hitch.
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Roof-bike racks keep bikes up and out of the way. Because of their low profile, roof-bike racks can remain on the vehicle when not in use.
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Trunk-mounted-bike racks are great low-cost racks that do not require a hitch or roof rack. They are ideal for short or occasional journeys. The racks sit on the trunk or back door of the vehicle, with bikes close to the vehicle
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Spare-tire-bike racks do not require a hitch and can allow for towing a trailer while carrying bikes. They are also aerodynamic because the bikes are carried behind the vehicle.
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Truck-bed-bike racks allow for towing while carrying bikes and are convenient for utilizing extra truck bed space
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Bike rack for motor homes and RVs allow you to utilize features of your motor home to carry bikes (For example, carry bikes on ladder, bumper or hitch).
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Bike racks for fifth-wheel and pop-up campers use the trailer to carry bikes, saving space on tow vehicle.
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