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#1Swagman XTC-2 2-Bike Platform Rack for 1-1/4" and 2" Trailer Hitches

Swagman

Rating:
395 reviews

S64670

Retail:$237.00

Price:$213.30


Product Summary:

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Platform Rack

2 Bikes

Steel

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Fits 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitch

Class 1 - 3 Compatible

Wheel and Frame Mount

Fixed Rack

Swagman


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • There is an option for you to carry up to 4 bikes on your 2014 Toyota Prius, but it would involve putting two of the bikes on the roof of the vehicle with roof rack mounted bike racks. The reason for this is that there are only Class I hitches available for your Prius, and they can only carry up to 2 bikes at a time due to their lower capacity. The first thing you will need is a hitch, for that I would recommend the Draw-Tite hitch # 24847. Thisis a very high rated hitch...
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  • The ability of the Swagman XTC-2 Bike Rack, # S64670, to securely hold a woman's bike without a bike adapter bar will depend on the style of the bike's frame. If the bike has a step through frame with a sharp downward curve or angle, then a bike adapter bar, like part # 64005, would be required. If it has a typical woman's style bike frame with a less dramatic curve or angle, then you should have no problem securing the bike without the adapter bar. I have attached a picture...
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  • The biggest factor you will need to know in order for you to determine if you could transport your two Electra Townie bikes is the weight and wheelbases of the bikes. On Class I hitches you will not want to exceed tongue weight of 200 lbs. The Swagman XTC-2 # S64670 that you referenced cannot carry bikes that weigh more than 35 lbs or have wheelbases longer than 66 inches. If your Townie bikes weigh less than that and has a smaller wheelbase this bike rack should work well...
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  • It depends on the style of bike you have, but if you have a road bike with pretty narrow handlebars there is a very strong possibility you would be able to open the hatch of your 2012 Toyota Prius with the Swagman XTC-2 and bikes installed. If you have a bike with wider handlebars a bike rack that can tilt with bikes installed on it would give you a better shot at opening the hatch with bikes attached. Check out the Swagman Semi 2.0 part # S64685. I attached a video that shows...
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  • On a Class I trailer hitch you are limited to 2 bikes but it isn't because of the weight, it is the distance that weight is from the receiver. A third or more bikes are too far from the receiver and it produces more leverage than the hitch and where it is attached on the vehicle can handle. Its the same principle as using a long wrench to loosen a lug nut. To carry 3 bikes on your 2015 Toyota Prius II you can use a trunk mount carrier such as # TH911XT. It will work with models...
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  • Since you are looking for a non-permanent solution for carrying bikes with your 2011 Toyota Prius a trunk mounted bike rack would be your best option. The Thule Raceway part # TH9001PRO has been confirmed as a fit for you vehicle and is the nicest trunk rack we carry. What makes this rack far superior to the others is the attachment system. It uses 4 retractable coated steel cables to attach to the vehicle rather than 6 nylon straps like other racks. This makes installation...
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#2Thule Passage 2 Bike Carrier - Trunk Mount

Thule

Rating:
112 reviews

TH910XT

Price:$139.95


Product Summary:

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Frame Mount - Anti-Sway

2 Bikes

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Dual Arm

Folding

Hanging Rack

Thule


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • I would recommend the Thule Raceway Trunk Mount Bike Carrier, # TH9001PRO, for your 2005 Prius. This is the easiest to mount and remove rack that I have personally used, and it folds compact for storage, see video link. I would normally recommend a trailer hitch and hitch mounted bike rack, but for the Prius a hitch would add weight to the vehicle when not carrying bikes and the vehicle owners manual normally precludes towing as an option with these vehicles. If you will...
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  • I checked with Thule and they do list the Passage trunk mount bike rack, # TH910XT, as a fit for the 2011 Toyota Prius. I have included a link to the installation details and a link to a video review of the bike rack for you. If you will be carrying womens, childrens, or alternative frame bikes I recommend using the bike adapter bar # TH982XT for greater ground clearance and to carry the bikes more level. I have included a link to a video that shows how the adapter works.
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  • I spoke to my contact at Thule and yes, the Thule Passage 2 Bike Carrier Trunk Mounted Bike Rack, item # TH910XT, will fit the 2010 Toyota Prius. I have linked instructions and a video review of the Thule Passage 2 Bike Carrier Trunk Mounted Bike Rack, item # TH910XT.
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  • The Thule Passage 2 Bike Carrier Trunk Mounted Bike Rack, Th910XT, will fit the 2004 - 2009 Toyota Prius. When using the Thule Passage on these vehicles the rear window wiper cannot be used. If you have a 2001 - 2003 Toyota Prius the Thule 910 will not fit because the top straps cannot be mounted directly to glass.
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  • The trunk mounted bike rack that I would recommend for your 2010 Toyota Prius that has been confirmed to fit your vehicle is the Thule Raceway 2 Bike Rack part # TH9001PRO. What makes this lightweight rack far superior to the others is the attachment system. It uses 4 retractable coated steel cables to attach to the vehicle rather than 6 nylon straps like other racks. This makes installation quick and easy and the cables also last longer. The cables store inside the rack...
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  • If you click the provided link, you can see the various trunk mounted bike racks that are verified to fit your 2008 Prius. Of the available options, I would recommend the Thule Raceway, part # TH9001PRO. The Raceway uses four easily adjustable cables to attach to the vehicle, versus the 6 straps and buckles used by other racks. The cable system allows the rack to be installed or removed in a matter of moments. Two of the cables are lockable, and the rack features an integrated...
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  • Yes, I checked with Thule, and the Thule Passage 2 Bike Trunk Mounted Bike Rack, item # TH910XT, will fit on the 2010 Prius. This rack will work on vehicles with the hard top and vehicles with the glass roof. You may also be interested in the Thule Womens and Alternative Frame Bike Adapter Bar, item # TH982XT, for carrying bikes with alternative style frames.
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  • Yes, I would recommend the Thule Passage 2 Trunk Mount Bike Carrier, # TH910XT, for your 2006 Prius. This is a great value trunk carrier from Thule. A video for this rack is linked. This carrier uses the patented FitDial adjustment system that makes for easy attachment to your Prius. If your bikes lack a horizontal top frame tube, such as that found on a typical man's bike, then you may benefit from using a bike adapter bar like the Swagman Easy-Out # 64005. Adapter bars...
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  • The Thule Passage bike rack part # TH910XT that you referenced is confirmed to fit your 2010 Toyota Prius, but it will not work with a tandem bike. You will need to use a bike rack specifically designed for use with tandem bikes. But first, you will need to install a hitch on your vehicle. For that you would want the Draw Tite hitch part # 24847. I attached an install video for you to check out. Once you have a hitch installed you will be able to install the RockyMounts...
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  • I checked with Thule and they do list the Passage trunk mounted bike carrier # TH910XT as a fit for the 2010 Toyota Prius and they do not exclude any models. 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 my wife's...
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  • No one has complained yet that any trunk mount bike carrier has broken the rear window on any vehicle so I would say the probability of that happening on your 2010 Toyota Prius is extremely low even on an entry level carrier such as the Thule Passage # TH910XT. 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...
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#3Thule Doubletrack Platform-Style 2 Bike Rack for 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Hitch Mount

Thule

Rating:
296 reviews

TH990XT

Price:$299.95


Product Summary:

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Platform Rack

2 Bikes

Steel

Bike and Hitch Lock


Product Specs:

Fits 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitch

Class 1 - 3 Compatible

Wheel and Frame Mount

Fold-Up Rack

Thule


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • I would recommend going with the Draw-Tite Sportframe Trailer Hitch, # 24808, on your 2008 Toyota Prius for carrying 2 bikes. We have a video installation for you to review and I have attached installation instructions for you to review. For a bike rack the Thule Doubletrack, # TH990XT, would be a great choice. It is designed to work in the Class I hitch recommended above and will provide clearance at the back for going over speed bumps and entering steep drives and parking...
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  • Yes, as long as your Prius and your Eurovan have a trailer hitch installed, you can use the Thule Doubletrack Platform-Style 2 Bike Carrier, item # TH990XT. This DoubleTrack will fit in Class I and II 1-1/4 inch trailer hitches and Class III 2 inch trailer hitches with the included adapter. You will need to consider the weight of the bike rack along with the weight of the bikes and check the capacity of your vehicle and the hitch installed on them. The Doubletrack weighs 47...
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  • When looking at the difference between the hanging bike racks and platform-style carriers, there will be a few things you may want to note. A platform-style carrier will be easier to load and unload, and since you said you are planning on carrying mountain bikes and road bikes, this may be your best option. I recommend the Thule Doubletrack Platform-Style Rack, part # TH990XT for your 2013 Toyota Prius. This rack has the versatility to carry bikes with wheel bases up to 46-1/2...
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#4Swagman XC 2-Bike Rack Platform Style for 1-1/4" and 2" Trailer Hitches

Swagman

Rating:
240 reviews

S64650

Retail:$185.00

Price:$160.95


Product Summary:

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Platform Rack

2 Bikes

Steel

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Fits 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitch

Class 1 - 3 Compatible

Wheel and Frame Mount

Fixed Rack

Swagman


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • As long as the dips you go through with your 2010 Toyota Prius are not too deep you should not have a problem with ground clearance with the Swagman XC Rack # S64650. I attached a picture of this rack installed on a similar Prius as yours that a customer submitted to us and it appears to have a decent amount of ground clearance. I attached a link to a review video for this product for you to check out also. Lastly, you will want to consult your owners manual to determine...
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#5Thule Passage 3 Bike Carrier - Trunk Mount

Thule

Rating:
28 reviews

TH911XT

Price:$159.95


Product Summary:

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Frame Mount - Anti-Sway

3 Bikes

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Dual Arm

Folding

Hanging Rack

Thule


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • The bike rack we recommend most that is also confirmed to fit your 2013 Toyota Prius would be the Thule Raceway 3 Bike Rack part # TH9002XT. This is one of the trunk racks on the market because of its many great features and how easy it is to install/remove. Most trunk racks use 6 fabric straps to secure the rack to the vehicle that can be annoying to adjust and could easily be cut if someone wanted to steal the rack and your bikes, the # TH9002XT use rubber coated steel cables...
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  • The Thule Passage 3 bike model, part # TH911XT would be an excellent choice for you. The rack has a 35 lb per bike weight capacity, and features padded cradles and anti-sway cradles to keep the bikes from swaying back and forth and hitting each other or the rear of the vehicle. To carry ladies bikes, or bikes with a sharply angled top tube, a frame adapter bar like part # 64005 is recommended. The adapter bar spans the distance between the seat post and the handlebar gooseneck,...
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  • The Thule Passage Trunk Mounted 3 Bike Rack, # TH911XT, has arms which span 14 inches from center to center. In order to mount the 20 inch bike the top bar that extends from the seat post to the handlebars must be at least 15 inches. Depending on the slant of the bar, you may find it much easier to use an adapter bar like the Swagman Easy-Out, # 64005. This bar attaches between the seat post and the handlebar stem and allows the bike to be carried more evenly in the carrier while...
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  • For your 2012 Toyota Prius I would go with the Thule Raceway 3 Bike Rack part # TH9002PRO. What makes this rack far superior to the others is the attachment system. It uses 4 retractable coated steel cables to attach to the vehicle rather than 6 nylon straps like other racks. This makes installation quick and easy and the cables also last longer. The cables store inside the rack so there are no loose straps ends to flap around. The cables can also be locked into position...
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  • Thule does now list the Raceway 3 # TH9002PRO as a fit for the 2011 (and 2012) Toyota Prius with a glass roof. Usually what happens is they will not list a fit until they have had the chance to test it. When they do test it, sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't. In this case it works so we can update our old answers to reflect the new information. 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)...
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#6Thule Hitching Post Pro - Folding Tilting 4 Bike Rack w Anti-Sway - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches

Thule

Rating:
122 reviews

TH934XTR

Retail:$219.00

Price:$199.00


Product Summary:

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Hanging Rack

4 Bikes

Steel

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Fits 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitch

Class 1 - 3 Compatible

Frame Mount - Anti-Sway

Tilt-Away Rack
Fold-Up Rack

Thule


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • You can certainly lock the Thule Hitching Post Pro to your Prius. The rack includes an anti-rattle hitch pin, which you can lock by adding the # THSTL2 hitch lock. A cable lock, part # TH538XT is also available. You can key the two locks alike by purchasing two keyed alike lock cores, part # TH512. Thule uses a proprietary hitch pin, so a hitch lock form a different manufacturer likely wouldn't work. You can see product description videos for the parts I recommended by clicking...
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  • If the bike rack is listed as a class II only rack, you will not be able to use it in a class I hitch. We do offer some rack that will work with both class I and class II hitches, but no 3-bike racks. The Swagman XP Bike Rack, part # S64910-2 will hold 3 bikes, but can only hold 2 when used with a class I hitch. The rack can also be used on a hitch with a 2 inch receiver, as well.
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  • Since the hitch of your 2014 Toyota Prius would be a Class I, 1-1/4 inch hitch you would be limited to only carrying two bikes with the hitch. The Thule Hitching Post part # TH934XTR that you referenced can fit Class I 1-1/4 inch hitches, but when in a Class I hitch you can only carry up to 2 bikes. Since the third and fourth bikes end up being pretty far away from the hitch the increased leverage ends up being too much for the hitch to handle. To carry the third and fourth...
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#7Swagman Trailhead 2 Bike Rack for 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting

Swagman

Rating:
77 reviews

S63360

Retail:$160.00

Price:$144.00


Product Summary:

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Hanging Rack

2 Bikes

Steel

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Fits 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitch

Class 1 - 3 Compatible

Frame Mount - Anti-Sway

Tilt-Away Rack
Fold-Up Rack

Swagman


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • Although OEM hitches can be found on certain trucks and SUV's, they wouldn't be found on a Prius. You would need to install an aftermarket hitch, like the Draw-Tite Class I hitch, part # 24847. The hitch would provide a great attachment point for a hitch mounted accessory like a bike rack or a cargo carrier. If you're considering towing with your Prius, I'd recommend you reconsider as Toyota doesn't recommend towing with that vehicle.
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#8Thule Gateway XT 2-Bike Rack - Trunk Mount - Adjustable Arms

Thule

Rating:
14 reviews

TH9006XT

Price:$159.95


Product Summary:

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Frame Mount - Anti-Sway

2 Bikes

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Dual Arm

Folding

Hanging Rack

Thule


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • I checked with Thule and the Thule Gateway 2 Bike Carrier # TH9006XT will indeed work on your 2011 Toyota Prius. The top portion of the rack will actually go over the spoiler and it will not interfere with the installation. I attached a review video for this product for you to check out. If you plan on carrying any womens or alternative framed bikes you may be interested in purchasing a Thule Bike Adapter Bar # TH982XT
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  • We have numerous trunk mount bike carriers that will fit your 2005 Toyota Prius, see link to the right. But for a rack that is the easiest to install/remove and use I recommend the Thule Raceway # TH9001PRO. This rack uses just 4 retractable cables instead of 6 straps like other racks so it is very easy to install and remove. Also, it folds relatively flat so it is easy to store. The rack also features locks to lock the rack to the vehicle and a cable lock to lock the bike...
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  • The Thule Gateway 2 Trunk-Mount Bike Rack # TH9006XT and their Passage 2 Rack # TH910XT both are confirmed fits for the 2014 Toyota Prius except for the Prius V version. The Yakima SuperJoe Pro 2 Bike Rack # Y02629 is not a confirmed fit for your vehicle. The linked page to our site will show you all racks that are a confirmed fit for your Prius, as long as it is not the Prius V. I have linked an article on trunk-mount bike racks that may help you consider the best options...
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  • Yes, the Thule Gateway 2 Bike Carrier, # TH9006, is listed as a fit for the 2005 Toyota Prius. I have included a link to a video review of the 3 bike model but it shares features with the 2 bike model. If the Prius is on a tow dolly and you find the bikes on the trunk are hanging too low, you may be able to adjust the arms so that the bikes are up a little higher. However, make sure to return the arms to the proper position before taking the Prius off of the tow dolly. If...
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#9Pro Series Q-Slot Platform-Style 2 Bike Rack for 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting

Pro Series

Rating:
76 reviews

PS63134

Retail:$160.00

Price:$139.95


Product Summary:

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Platform Rack

2 Bikes

Steel

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Fits 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitch

Class 1 - 3 Compatible

Wheel and Frame Mount

Fold-Up Rack

Pro Series


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack






#10Kuat Beta - Folding 2 Bike Aluminum Rack for 1-1/4" Trailer Hitches - Gun Metal Gray

Kuat

Rating:
29 reviews

B202-114

Price:$195.00


Product Summary:

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Hanging Rack

2 Bikes

Aluminum

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Fits 1-1/4 Inch Hitch

Class 1
Class 2

Frame Mount - Anti-Sway

Tilt-Away Rack
Fold-Up Rack

Kuat


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • The issue with a Class I trailer hitch is not how much the bikes weigh, entirely, it is the amount of torque produced by having weight further from the hitch. With more weight further from the hitch, even if it is a little weight, it can damage the hitch, the rack, and the vehicle, especially when you add in any up and down movement while traveling. You may have heard of or even used a cheater or breaker bar when changing a tire. The longer the bar the easier it is to loosen...
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#11Thule Archway XT 2-Bike Rack - Trunk Mount - Adjustable Arms

Thule

Rating:
16 reviews

TH9009XT

Price:$199.95


Product Summary:

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Frame Mount - Anti-Sway

2 Bikes

Bike and Rack Lock


Product Specs:

Dual Arm

Folding

Hanging Rack

Thule


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#12Thule Apex 4 Bike Rack for 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting

Thule

Rating:
52 reviews

TH9025

Price:$399.95


Product Summary:

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Hanging Rack

4 Bikes

Steel

Bike and Hitch Lock


Product Specs:

Fits 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitch

Class 1 - 3 Compatible

Frame Mount - Anti-Sway

Tilt-Away Rack
Fold-Up Rack

Thule


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • I have a solution for you that won't put you at odds with Toyota or Thule. A trunk mounted bike rack would work well on your vehicle and would not void any warranties or cause any damage to your vehicle. To determine if installing a hitch on your Prius would void the warranty you will need to contact Toyota since we cannot speak to their warranty policies. For an excellent 2 bike carrier that would attach to your trunk and would not require the installation of a hitch you would...
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  • The trailer hitches that are available for the 2013 Toyota Prius are all Class I trailer hitches. The Thule Apex # TH9025 will fit a Class I trailer hitch but you will be limited to a maximum of 2 bikes because of the Class I trailer hitch. The restriction is because Class I hitches cannot handle the extra weight of a third or more bikes that far from the receiver. It is like using a cheater bar to loosen a lug nut on a wheel. There is too much torque with more than 2 bikes. There...
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  • There is a way for you to install the Thule Apex Bike Rack part # TH9025 on your 2008 Audi A6, but since the only hitches available for your vehicle are Class I you would be limited to only carrying 2 bikes with the rack. Class I hitches don't have the capacity to handle the added weight and leverage of having more than 2 bikes installed on the hitch. For a hitch you would want the Draw Tite Hitch part # 24836. For more info on hitch classifications see the link I attached.
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#13Swagman Trailhead 4 Bike Rack for 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting

Swagman

Rating:
26 reviews

S63380

Retail:$190.00

Price:$171.00


Product Summary:

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Hanging Rack

4 Bikes

Steel

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Fits 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitch

Class 1 - 3 Compatible

Frame Mount - Anti-Sway

Tilt-Away Rack
Fold-Up Rack

Swagman


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#14SQR Quick-Release Rooftop Bike Carrier for Rhino-Rack Aero/Sportz Crossbars - Fork Mount

Rhino Rack

Rating:
6 reviews

RBC011

Retail:$119.00

Price:$107.10


Product Summary:

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Fork Mount

9mm Fork

Aluminum

Bike Lock


Product Specs:

Elliptical Bars

Disc Brake Compatible

Clamp On - Standard

Silver

Rhino Rack


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#15Thule Gateway XT 3-Bike Rack - Trunk Mount - Adjustable Arms

Thule

Rating:
3 reviews

TH9007XT

Price:$179.95


Product Summary:

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Frame Mount - Anti-Sway

3 Bikes

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Dual Arm

Folding

Hanging Rack

Thule


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • The Thule Gateway 3 bike model, part # TH9007XT is a fit for your Prius. All of the racks you mentioned would contact the the rear window, but due to the fact that the vast majority of the weight would be borne by the bottom portion of the rack, this will not prove a problem. The straps would indeed be long enough to reach the top of the hatch. Although all the racks you mentioned would work, I sincerely believe you would like the Raceway, part # TH9002PRO best. Instead of...
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#16Yakima KingJoe Pro 2 Bike Rack - Folding Arms - Trunk Mount

Yakima

Rating:
52 reviews

Y02624

Price:$165.00


Product Summary:

view all Trunk Bike Racks

Frame Mount - Anti-Sway

2 Bikes

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Dual Arm

Folding

Hanging Rack

Yakima


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • We have numerous trunk mount bike racks that will fit your 2011 Toyota Prius for most budgets. The most economical 2 bike rack that will fit your Prius is the Thule Passage 2, # TH910XT. This rack features anti-sway cradles and attaches to the vehicle using 6 straps. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view. This is the most cost effective bike rack option that also fits your vehicle. If you will be carrying any bikes that do not have a top frame...
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  • According to Yakima, none of their trunk mounted bike racks are compatible with the 2010 Prius including the Yakima King Joe Pro. There are several other racks that are compatible, as you can see by clicking the link to the right. The Thule Raceway, part # TH9001PRO is my personal favorite. If you've ever used a trunk mounted bike rack before, and have been confounded by all the adjusting and fiddling it takes to get the rack to fit correctly to the vehicle, you'll be absolutely...
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  • The trunk mounted bike rack I would recommend for both your 2009 Honda Fit and your 2013 Toyota Prius (as long as it's not a V) would be the Thule Raceway Bike Rack part # TH9001PRO. I checked with Thule and both of your vehicles are compatible with this rack. What makes this rack far superior to the others is the attachment system. It uses 4 retractable coated steel cables to attach to the vehicle rather than 6 nylon straps like other racks. This makes installation quick and...
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#172 Bike Hitch Mounted Folding Rack w/ Frame Mount Cradles for 1-1/4" Hitch

Pro Series

Rating:
20 reviews

63120

Retail:$114.45

Price:$99.95


Product Summary:

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Hanging Rack

2 Bikes

Steel

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Fits 1-1/4 Inch Hitch

Class 1
Class 2

Frame Mount - Standard

Tilt-Away Rack

Pro Series


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#18Kuat Sherpa - Aluminum Platform-Style 2 Bike Carrier for 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Gray

Kuat

Rating:
26 reviews

S101

Price:$449.00


Product Summary:

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Platform Rack

2 Bikes

Aluminum

Bike and Hitch Lock


Product Specs:

Fits 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitch

Class 1 - 3 Compatible

Wheel Only Mount

Tilt-Away Rack
Fold-Up Rack

Kuat


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Questions from Toyota Prius owners about this Bike Rack

  • Yes, the Kuat Sherpa Bike Rack, # S101, would be an excellent choice for your 2008 Toyota Prius. The Toyota Prius has a low tongue weight capacity due to the design of the vehicle and using a lightweight bike rack is ideal. The Sherpa is made of aluminum making it almost half the weight of other platform-style bike racks. I have attached a video of this bike rack on a Toyota Prius for you to check out. Keep in mind, you must have a trailer hitch installed on your Prius...
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#19Hollywood Racks Commuter 2 Bike Carrier for 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting

Hollywood Racks

Rating:
6 reviews

HR2500

Retail:$139.99

Price:$125.99


Product Summary:

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Hanging Rack

2 Bikes

Steel

Locks Not Included


Product Specs:

Fits 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitch

Class 1 - 3 Compatible

Frame Mount - Standard

Tilt-Away Rack
Fold-Up Rack

Hollywood Racks


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#20Rhino-Rack MountainTrail Rooftop Bike Carrier - Fork Mount

Rhino Rack

Rating:
9 reviews

RBC035

Retail:$169.00

Price:$152.10


Product Summary:

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Fork Mount

9mm Fork

Aluminum

Bike and Rack Lock


Product Specs:

Round Bars
Square Bars
Aero Bars
Elliptical Bars
Factory Bars

Disc Brake Compatible

Clamp On - Quick

Black

Rhino Rack


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Toyota Prius Hitch Bike Racks Videos

Saris Freedom SuperClamp Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2014 Toyota Prius, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Saris Freedom, this is going to be your super clamp platform style 2 bike rack. It does come with your 1 1/4 shank for your 1 1/4 class 1 and class 2 hitches as well as a 2 inch adapter for your class 3 and up. Also it's going to be part number SA4025 and we'll go ahead and fit it onto our class 1 hitch that we have here today. Insert your shank into your receiver and line up your pin holes. Once you have your pin holes lined up, insert your anti rattle bolt to move the lock in and place that through. Thread it in as far as you can by hand this anti rattle bolt is going to help to eliminate a lot of the play, rattle and wobble that you may have in your bike rack and I'll show you that as soon as I get it hand tightened. With a regular pin and not an anti rattle bolt, this is the kind of bouncing, swaying and rattle you would have.



Saris Axis Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2014 Toyota Prius we're going to be doing a test fit of the Saris Freedom. This is going to be your hanging-style 2-bike rack. It is tilting and it does come with an 1-1/4" shank with a 2" adapter. It's going to be part number SA832B. Let's go ahead and place it onto our 1-1/4" class one hitch that we have here today. Go ahead and slide it in until the pinholes are lined up.



Saris Freedom Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2014 Toyota Prius, we're going to be doing a test fit of the Saris Freedom. This is going to be your platform style 2 bike rack. Comes with an 1 1/4 shank for your 1 1/4 receivers as well as a 2 inch adapter. It's going to be part number SA4412B. We'll go ahead and get it fitted onto our 1 1/4 receiver that we have here. Insert your shank into the receiver.



Saris Thelma Hitch Bike Racks Review - 2014 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2014 Toyota Prius we're going to be doing a test fit of the Saris Thelma. This is going to be your platform-style 3-bike rack. It's going to be for our 1-1/4" receiver that we have here today. You'll see that it does have an 1-1/4" shank, but it also comes with a 2" adapter for your bigger hitches. It's going to be part number SA4239B. Let's go ahead and place it onto our Prius. Go ahead and insert your shank into your receiver and line up your pinholes.



Hollywood Racks Sport Rider 2 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2007 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2007 Toyota Prius, we'll be test fitting the Hollywood Racks Sport Rider 2 2-Bike Rack for 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches, part number HR1000. We'll begin our test fit by sliding the shank of the bike rack into the receiver tube of the hitch. We'll line up the pin hole, and thread in our anti-rattle bolt, tightening it with a wrench. Then we can install the clip on the other side. Now we'll go over some clearance measurements. We have a ground clearance of about 15-1/2". Closest point of the carrier to the rear of our vehicle is about 12-1/2".



Thule Doubletrack Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius well be test fitting the Thule Doubletrack Platform Style 2-Bike Carrier, part number th990xt. To begin our test fit well slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch, line up the pin hole, and thread in our anti-rattle bolt tightening it down with a wrench. Now well go over a few clearance measurements. We have about 10 inches of ground clearance. The closest point of the carrier here at the wheel cradle is about 3 inches from the closest point of the vehicle. Weve added about 12 inches to the overall length of our vehicle.



Swagman XTC2 Wheel Mount Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius we'll be testing the Swagman XTC2 2 bike rack for inch and a quarter and two-inch hitches part number s64670. To begin our test set well slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch. Line up the pin hole and thread in our anti-rattle bolt, tightening it with a wrench. Now well go over a few clearance measurements. We have about fourteen and three-quarter inches of ground clearance the closest point of our carrier to our Prius is about seven inches and weve added about twenty-three inches to the overall length of our Prius. As you can see we have full access to our rear hatch without having to unfold the bike carrier. If we pull the three pins at the base of our carrier we can allow these parts to unfold. This will give us full access to our rear hatch for loading those larger items. Well raise our center mast step and make sure that our pins are reinstalled in the correct location.



Swagman Titan Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius we'll be fit testing the Swagman Titan 4 bike carrier part number s63410. Please keep in mind that when using a class one hitch, you can carry a maximum of two bicycles. To begin our test set well slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch. Line up the pin hole and thread in our anti-rattle bolt, tightening it with a wrench. Now well go over a few clearance measurements. We have about thirteen and three-quarter inches of ground clearance the closest point of our carrier to the rear of the Prius is about nine and half inches and weve added about twenty-one inches to the overall length of our Prius. As you can see we can gain access to the rear hatch without having to tilt away our carrier. If we do want to tilt away our bike rack we simply pull the lever on the back side of our bike rack and allow it to tilt away.



Kuat Beta Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our two-thousand-thirteen Toyota Prius we'll be test fitting the Kuat Beta, folding aluminum two bike carrier, part number b202-114. To begin the test set well slide the shank of the carrier into the opening of our hitch. Line up the pin holes and install our pin and clip. Well move to the rear of the shank and tighten the hand knob to secure our bike rack to our vehicle and engage our anti-rattle device. Now well go over a few clearance measurements. We have about thirteen and a quarter inches of ground clearance. The closest point of the carrier to the rear of the Prius is about seven inches.



Hollywood Racks Sport Rider 2 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius we'll be fit testing the Hollywood Racks Sport Rider 2, 2 bike rack for inch and a quarter and two inch hitches, part number HR1000-1G. To begin our test set we will slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch. Line up the pin hole and install our anti-rattle bolt, tightening it down with a wrench and putting the clip on the other side. Now we will go over a few clearance measurements. We have about seventeen and a half inches of ground clearance. The closest point of our carrier to the rear of the Prius is about twelve inches. We have added about thirty inches to the overall length of our vehicle. One of the neat things about having such a good bumper clearance from the closest point of the carrier to the rear of the vehicle is we can open our rear hatch without having to tilt away our bike carrier.



Thule Helium Aero Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius well be test fitting the Thule Helium Arrow 2-Bike Carrier for 1-1/4 and 2-inch hitches, part number TH9042. To begin our test fit well slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch, line up the pin hole and allow the attached pin to fall into place. Well move to the rear of the shank and tighten the hand knob to secure our bike rack to our vehicle and engage our anti-rattle device. Now well go over a few clearance measurements. The closest point of the carrier to the rear of our Prius is about 3 inches. Weve added about 19 inches to the overall length of our Toyota Prius.



Prorack 2 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius well be test fitting the Prorack 2-bike carrier for 1 and 2-inch hitches, part number pr8062403. To begin our test fit well slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of our hitch, line up the pin hole, and thread in our anti-rattle bolt tightening it with a wrench. Now well go ahead and go over a few clearance measurements. We have about 10 1/2 inches of ground clearance. The closest point of the carrier to the rear of our vehicle is about 4 inches. Weve added about 24 inches to the overall length of our Prius.



Yakima HighLite 2 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2011 Toyota Prius

Today our 2011 Toyota Prius we'll be testing fitting the Yakima Highlite aluminum two bike carrier for inch and a quarter inch, two inch hitches, part number Y02438. To begin our test fit we'll slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch, line up the pin hole, and install the attached pin. Then we'll move to the rear of the shank and tighten the hand knob to secure our bike rack to our vehicle and engage our anti rattle device. Now we'll go over some clearance measurements. We have about 9 inches of ground clearance. The closest point of the carrier to the rear of the Prius is about 6 1/2 inches.



Yakima DoubleDown Ace Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2011 Toyota Prius

Today our 2011 Toyota Prius we'll be testing fitting the Yakima Doubledown Ace four bike carrier for inch and a quarter and two inch hitches, part number Y02451. To begin our test fit we'll slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch, line up the pin hole, and install the attached pin. We'll move to the rear of the shank and tighten the hand knob to secure our bike rack to our vehicle and engage our anti rattle device. Now we'll go over some clearance measurements. We have about 8 1/2 inches of ground clearance. The closest point of the carrier to the rear of the Prius is about 7 inches.



Thule Vertex 4 Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2011 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2011 Toyota Prius we'll be test fitting the Thule Vertex Four Bike Carrier for 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitches, part number th9029. Please keep in mind that when using a class one hitch you can carry a maximum of two bicycles. To begin our test fit we'll slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch.Line up the pin hole and thread in our anti-rattle bolt. Now we'll go over some key measurements. We have about 10 inches of ground clearance. The closest point of the carrier to the rear of our Prius is about five inches.



Thule T2 Platform Style Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2011 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2011 Toyota Prius we'll be test fitting the Thule T2 Platform-Style Two Bike Carrier for 1-1/4 Inch Hitches, part number th917xtr. To begin our test fit we'll slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of our hitch. Line up the pin hole and install our anti-rattle bolt with a lock on the other side.Now we'll go over some key measurements. We have about 10-1/2 inches of ground clearance. The closest point of the carrier to the rear of the vehicle is about three inches. We've added about 14 inches to the overall length of our Toyota Prius.



Thule Hitching Post Pro Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2011 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2011 Toyota Prius we'll be test fitting the Thule Hitching Post Pro Folding/Tilting Four Bike Rack with Anti-Sway fitting 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitches, part number th934xtr. To begin our test fit we'll slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch. Line up the pin hole and thread in our anti-rattle bolt.Now we'll go over some key measurements. We have about nine inches of ground clearance. The closest point of the carrier to the rear of our vehicle is about eight inches. We've added about 18 inches to the overall length of our Toyota Prius.



Thule Helium Aero Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2011 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2011 Toyota Prius we'll be test fitting the Thule Helium Aero Two Bike Carrier for 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitches, part number th9042. To begin our test fit we'll slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch. Line up the pin hole and allow the attached pin to fall into place. We'll then move to the rear of the shank and use the hand knob to secure our bike rack to our vehicle and engage our anti-rattle device.Now we'll go over some clearance measurements. We have about 13 inches of ground clearance. The closest point of the carrier to the rear of our vehicle is about three inches.



Thule Doubletrack Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2011 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2011 Toyota Prius we'll be test fitting the Thule Doubletrack Platform-Style Two Bike Carrier for 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitches, part number th990xt. To begin our test fit we'll slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch. Line up the pin hole and thread in our anti-rattle bolt tightening with a wrench.Now we'll go over some clearance measurements. We have about nine inches of ground clearance. The closest part of the carrier to the rear of our Prius is about six inches. We've added about 13 inches to the overall length of our vehicle.



Swagman XTC2 Wheel Mount Hitch Bike Rack Review - 2011 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2011 Toyota Prius we'll be test fitting the Swagman XTC2 Two Bike Carrier for 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitches, part number s64670. To begin our test fit we'll slide the shank of the carrier into the receiver tube of the hitch. Line up the pin hole and install our anti-rattle bolt tightening it with a wrench.Now we'll go over some key measurements. We have about 13 inches of ground clearance. The closest point of the carrier to the rear of the vehicle is about four inches. We've added about 24 inches to the overall length of our Toyota Prius.





Toyota Prius Roof Bike Racks Videos

Thule Roof Bike Racks Review - 2005 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2005 Toyota Prius, we're going to be test fitting the Thule Paceline Roof Mounted Bike Rack, part number TH527. We'll begin our test fit by placing the rack on top of our vehicle. The rack on our vehicle today is the Thule Rapid Traverse Roof Rack System. So the first thing we'll need to do is open the nose and then the back lever, and that's going to drop this T bolt down, allowing us to get it out from under our clamp. We'll fit that over our crossbar, and then you'll want to get that T bolt back underneath there just like it was before, and we'll test to see how tight it is. This cams over and brings that T bolt up. There should be some resistance, but it shouldn't be too easy.



Thule Sprint Roof Bike Racks Review - 2005 Toyota Prius

Today, on our 2005 Toyota Prius, we're going to be test-fitting the Thule Sprint roof-mounted bike rack, part number TH528. We'll begin our test-fit by placing the rack on top of our vehicle. We've already got the Thule Rapid Traverse roof rack system installed on our Prius. Were going to fit the steel rubber coated strap underneath of our crossbar. You'll notice that it makes a tee at the end, which is going to fit here in the slot. We'll go ahead and get that fitted on the slot. On the back side, there's wing nut that you can tighten down. Go ahead and tighten it down.



Kuat TRIO Roof Bike Racks Review - 2005 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2005 Toyota Prius, we're going to be test fitting the Kuat Trio in black and chrome, part number TR02. This is also available in gunmetal grey and orange, part number RU01. This is a roof mounted bike rack, so we'll begin our test fit by placing the rack on top of the vehicle. Our Prius is equipped with a Thule Rapid Traverse roof rack system, that's what we'll be doing our test fit on today. Kuat supplies you with 2 U-bolts, that have a rubber coating to not affect your crossbar, and 4 cylinder nuts which offer a hex on one side and a threaded portion on the other. So you'll put all of your cylinder nuts into the holes making sure that the hex side is up. And then you'll slide your U-bolt underneath of the bar, which you'll see it will push up on the cylinder nuts, and you can get those started.



Swagman Upright Roof Bike Racks Review - 2005 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2005 Toyota Prius, we're going to be test fitting the Swagman Upright wheel mounted roof bike rack, part number is S64720. We'll begin our test fit by placing the bike rack on top of our vehicle. Our vehicle is equipped with the Thule Rapid Traverse Roof Rack System and that's what we'll be doing our test fit on today. You want to lay it so that the platform lays on top of the crossbar. Swagman equips you with the four wing nuts and two U-bolts. We'll slide that around our bar and up through the holes in the bracket and then secure it with the wing nuts. We'll go ahead and tighten those down working front to back trying to get it tightened evenly.



Rhino Rack MountainTrail Roof Bike Racks Review - 2005 Toyota Prius

Today, on our 2005 Toyota Prius, we're going to be test-fitting the Rhino-Rack MountainTrail roof-mounted bike rack, part number RBC035. We'll begin our test-fit by placing the rack on top of our vehicle. Our Prius is equipped today with the Thule Rapid Traverse roof rack system, so that's what we'll be doing our test-fit on. You want to fit the two steel rubber coated straps underneath of your crossbar. Remove the cap and fit the tees into the slides. With those in place, you'll notice there's an Allen bolt here. We're going to tighten that down and that's going to bring our straps up tight.



Thule Big Mouth Roof Bike Rack Review - 2011 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2011 Toyota Prius, we're going to be test-fitting the Thule Big Mouth. This is a frame clamp style, roof bike rack. It's part number is TH599XTR. We have our Thule Traverse Roof Rack System already installed on the Prius, so we'll begin our test-fit by placing our bike rack right up on to our load bars. Here at the front we've got two clamps that come down. We'll remove the T-bolt from the clamps.



RockyMounts PitchFork Roof Bike Rack Review - 2011 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2011 Toyota Prius were going to be test fitting the Rockymounts Pitchfork. This is the fork mount roof bike rack, part number RKY0438. We have our Thule Rapid Traverse roof rack system already installed on our Prius so well begin our test fit by placing our bike rack right up onto our load bars. Here at the front well remove the black plastic cover and also the skewer. Its a standard thread so you just remove it like you would any nut or bolt. It comes out in two pieces just like that, so well set those aside.



Thule Domestique Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius we'll be test fitting the Thule Domestique Fork Mount Bike Carrier part number TH513. With the Thule Aeroblade Roof Rack System assembled onto our vehicle, we'll begin our test fit by placing the Domestique directly onto our roof rack. With our carrier on our roof rack, we'll go ahead and reinstall the bracket. When we have the bracket in place we can tighten the Allen bolts using an Allen key. Once we have those tight we'll move to the rear, bring our rear clamp around our rear bar, feed the bolt back through, and tighten with an Allen key. Now we can go ahead and reinstall our skewer at the front. We'll want to make sure that we leave the skewer loose and that we undo the rear wheel strap.



Thule Circuit Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius well be test fitting the Thule Circuit Roof Mounted Bike Carrier, part number th526. With a Thule Aeroblade roof rack system assembled onto our vehicle, well begin our test fit by placing the Circuit directly onto our load bars. Well lift up the cam action lever at the front, fit our clamp around our front bar, slide the t-bolt into the slot on our clamp, and tighten with the t-handle. Once we have that snug, we can close the cam action lever to finish securing the front part of our bike rack. Then we can go ahead and install our skewer. Well move to the rear and bring our rear clamp around our rear bar, fit the bolt through the appropriate slot on our clamp, and tighten down the two wing nuts.



Thule Big Mouth Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius well be test fitting the Thule Big Mouth Roof Mounted Bike Rack, part number th599xtr. Well begin our test fit by placing our bike rack directly onto our load bars. Well fit our brackets around our front bar. Well place our bolt back into the slot of the bracket and tighten with the wing nut. Well do this for both clamps at the front of our carrier. Now well move to the rear, slide our bracket onto the bolts, and tighten using the two wing nuts.



Swagman Fork Down Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius well be test fitting the Fork Style Roof Mounted Bike Carrier from Swagman, the Swagman Fork Down, part number s64710. To begin our test fit well place the carrier directly onto our load bars. Here at the front, well take our u-bolts and feed them up underneath our load bar, through the platform and tighten with the wing nuts. Well do this for both sides of the platform at the front of the carrier. Here at the rear, well drop the u-bolt through the top of the carrier making sure it goes around our rear load bar, fit our bracket through the u-bolt, and tighten with the wing nuts. We want to make sure that our rear wheel strap is undone and that our skewer at the front is loose.



RockyMounts TieRod Stretch Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius well be test fitting the RockyMounts TieRod Stretch Roof Mounted Bike Carrier part number RKY1011. With the Thule Aeroblade Roof Rack System assembled onto our vehicle, well begin our test fit by placing the RockyMounts TieRod directly under our load bars. Here at the front, well go ahead and bring the straps around our front bar. Well fit the straps into the head of the carrier and then use an Allen key to tighten down the Allen bolts. With our straps tight, we can go ahead and replace the black plastic cover. Well move to the rear and loosen up our rear clamp.



RockyMounts PitchFork Roof Bike Rack Review - 2013 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2013 Toyota Prius, we'll be test fitting the RockyMounts PitchFork roof-mounted bike carrier, part number RKY0438. With the Thule square bar roof rack system assembled onto our vehicle, we'll begin by placing our RockyMounts PitchFork directly onto our load bars. We'll need to remove the cover at the front and take off the skewer so we can access our bolts for our front clamp. We'll loosen the bolts between our front clamp around our front bar. Now we'll tighten our Allen bolts, reinstall our skewer, and replace our cover. Now we'll move to the rear and bring our rear clamp around our rear bar, fit the bolt through, and tighten with a wing nut.





Toyota Prius Trunk Bike Racks Videos

Thule Raceway Trunk Mount Bike Rack Review - 2007 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2007 Toyota Prius, we're going to test fitting the Thule Raceway Truck Mounted 3 Bike Rack. Part number TH9002XT. To begin our test fit, we'll go ahead and set our fit dials to number 7 and that's per the manufacturer's instructions. Once we have the aero indicator lined up with number 7, we can close those levers and then place this under our vehicle. Now we already cleaned the surfacing where our bike rack makes contact. You want to be sure to work on a nice clean surface to avoid any damage to the finish of your vehicle. With the lower arm in the bottom of the license plate well and the top arm resting gently, just here at the bottom of the glass. We're ready to set out top hooks. In order to do that, we'll pull up on the lever that has the aero point up for our top hook and then we can extend out our retractable cable. We'll go ahead and fit it at the top of our door and then we'll go ahead and tighten that strap down, that way it'll hold our bike rack in place and allows to tighten other straps. We can repeat this process for the other side. We do find it a little bit easier to go in from the corner of the hatch door and then move to the hook to the proper position. Once we have those wheels here on the end tight, to secure our straps, we can repeat that process for our bottom hooks. Now we do need to open our rear hatch door just a little bit to allow us to place in those bottom hooks.



Thule Gateway Trunk Mount Bike Rack Review - 2007 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2007 Toyota Prius we'll be test fitting the Thule Gateway trunk mounted two bike rack part number th9006xt. We'll begin our test fit but first setting the fit dial on the bike rake to number seven. This is according to the included instructions. We'll then place the bike rack up onto the vehicles rear hatch. We'll then loosen up the strap and put the top clips on the top portion of the rear hatch. We'll then put the side hooks for the side of the hatch and the bottom hooks for the bottom portion of the hatch.



Thule Raceway Trunk Bike Rack Review - 2011 Toyota Prius

Today on our 2011 Toyota Prius, we'll be test fitting the Thule Raceway 2 Bike Carrier Trunk Mounted, part number TH9001. To begin our test fit, we'll need to fit our dial according to the instructions or the Thule Fit Guide. In this case, we need to set our fit dial to dial number 7. We'll place our carrier directly onto the rear of our Prius. We need to make sure that the lower arm of our carrier sits on the bottom well of our licensed plate. We'll go ahead and fit our top hooks at the top part of our rear hatch.





Toyota Prius Hitch Bike Racks Questions

  • As long as the dips you go through with your 2010 Toyota Prius are not too deep you should not have a problem with ground clearance with the Swagman XC Rack # S64650. I attached a picture of this rack installed on a similar Prius as yours that a customer submitted to us and it appears to have a decent amount of ground clearance. I attached a link to a review video for this product for you to check out also. Lastly, you will want to consult your owners manual to determine...
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  • There is an option for you to carry up to 4 bikes on your 2014 Toyota Prius, but it would involve putting two of the bikes on the roof of the vehicle with roof rack mounted bike racks. The reason for this is that there are only Class I hitches available for your Prius, and they can only carry up to 2 bikes at a time due to their lower capacity. The first thing you will need is a hitch, for that I would recommend the Draw-Tite hitch # 24847. Thisis a very high rated hitch...
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  • The issue with a Class I trailer hitch is not how much the bikes weigh, entirely, it is the amount of torque produced by having weight further from the hitch. With more weight further from the hitch, even if it is a little weight, it can damage the hitch, the rack, and the vehicle, especially when you add in any up and down movement while traveling. You may have heard of or even used a cheater or breaker bar when changing a tire. The longer the bar the easier it is to loosen...
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  • I would recommend going with the Draw-Tite Sportframe Trailer Hitch, # 24808, on your 2008 Toyota Prius for carrying 2 bikes. We have a video installation for you to review and I have attached installation instructions for you to review. For a bike rack the Thule Doubletrack, # TH990XT, would be a great choice. It is designed to work in the Class I hitch recommended above and will provide clearance at the back for going over speed bumps and entering steep drives and parking...
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  • The ability of the Swagman XTC-2 Bike Rack, # S64670, to securely hold a woman's bike without a bike adapter bar will depend on the style of the bike's frame. If the bike has a step through frame with a sharp downward curve or angle, then a bike adapter bar, like part # 64005, would be required. If it has a typical woman's style bike frame with a less dramatic curve or angle, then you should have no problem securing the bike without the adapter bar. I have attached a picture...
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  • I have a solution for you that won't put you at odds with Toyota or Thule. A trunk mounted bike rack would work well on your vehicle and would not void any warranties or cause any damage to your vehicle. To determine if installing a hitch on your Prius would void the warranty you will need to contact Toyota since we cannot speak to their warranty policies. For an excellent 2 bike carrier that would attach to your trunk and would not require the installation of a hitch you would...
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  • Yes, as long as your Prius and your Eurovan have a trailer hitch installed, you can use the Thule Doubletrack Platform-Style 2 Bike Carrier, item # TH990XT. This DoubleTrack will fit in Class I and II 1-1/4 inch trailer hitches and Class III 2 inch trailer hitches with the included adapter. You will need to consider the weight of the bike rack along with the weight of the bikes and check the capacity of your vehicle and the hitch installed on them. The Doubletrack weighs 47...
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  • For your 2010 Toyota Prius, I recommend the Draw-Tite Trailer Hitch, # 24847. It is a very economical hitch and still has the same weight capacities (200 pounds tongue weight, 2,000 pounds gross trailer weight) than the other available hitches. I have included a link to the installation instructions, and a link to a video installation video below. I recommend carrying no more than 2 bikes when using a Class I, 1-1/4 inch trailer hitch like those available for your Prius because...
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  • The Thule Helium 2 Bike Carrier, part # TH9042, will work with a Class I hitch on your 2005 Toyota Prius. Usually with Class I hitches, the issue is how much tongue weight capacity is used. With a Curt Class I hitch, you are only afforded 200 pounds of tongue weight capacity. The carrier weighs less than 20 pounds. With two bikes on the rack, weighing around 30 pounds each, that brings the total up to 80 pounds. So you will have plenty of capacity left on the hitch. You will...
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  • The Thule Helium Aero # TH9042 holds 2 bikes. There is a 3 bike version though and it is # TH9043. Whether it is the 2-bike version or the 3-bike version, the Helium Aero bike racks are pretty much top of the line across the board for bike racks. Besides its updated design, these racks are also very light weight and come with a plethora of features. The 2-bike version weighs a mere 18-1/4 pounds and the 3-bike weighs just 19-1/2 pounds. The aluminum construction is not only...
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  • There are several trunk mount bike racks listed as a fit for your 2013 Toyota Prius. I have included a link to the options for you. The Raceway # TH9001PRO is a popular bike rack and the only lockable trunk mount available. The cables can be locked to deter theft of the rack and there is an integrated cable lock in the last bike position. If your 2013 Prius has a little spoiler at the top of the rear hatch then I recommend going with the Hollywood Racks Over-The-Top rack,...
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  • The trailer hitches for a 2011 Toyota Prius are Class I hitches and the Thule Vertex, # TH9028XT, is compatible with a Class I trailer hitch. To determine if there is clearance for the rack, with a hitch installed, measure from the center of the hitch pin hole straight back to the distance required to clear the rear of the vehicle. If that measurement is less than 6-1/5 inches then the carrier will clear the rear of the vehicle. The back of the upright is 12-1/4 inches from...
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  • The first thing you are going to want to look at is the owners manual for your 2009 Toyota Prius. It has been our understanding that Toyota prohibits the installation of a trailer hitch for towing, or the use of hitch mounted accessories. But, hitches are still made for them because there is a market for them. There are only Class I 1-1/4inch trailer hitches available for the Prius and you would be limited to just 2 bikes on a Class I hitch. A third bike may not weigh much,...
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  • The biggest factor you will need to know in order for you to determine if you could transport your two Electra Townie bikes is the weight and wheelbases of the bikes. On Class I hitches you will not want to exceed tongue weight of 200 lbs. The Swagman XTC-2 # S64670 that you referenced cannot carry bikes that weigh more than 35 lbs or have wheelbases longer than 66 inches. If your Townie bikes weigh less than that and has a smaller wheelbase this bike rack should work well...
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  • Be sure to check your owners manual to verify that it is safe to carry hitch mounted accessories with your 2011 Toyota Prius as some Toyota models recommend against doing so. If you find that you can, then the bike rack that I would recommend for your two beach cruiser bikes is the Swagman XC Extended Bike Rack, # S64650-EXT. This bike rack will accommodate wheel bases up to 68 inches and will fit in the Class I hitch on your 2011 Toyota Prius. Wheelbase is measured from the...
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  • For your Toyota Prius I would recommend a Thule Helium Aluminum 2 Bike Carrier, part # TH9042. This is one of our lightest racks we sell and would work very well with the Class I hitch that is on your Prius. You may also be interested in purchasing a Thule Women and Alternative Frame Bike Adapter, part # TH982XT. I attached an installation video for this product below for you to check out also.
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  • The Swagman XTC bike rack # S64670 is not going to be the best option based on what you are looking for. With the bikes loaded you will not be able to open the rear hatch on your 2006 Toyota Prius. And the Swagman XTC cannot tilt down. As you can see in the video I have linked there is just not enough room with a bike loaded for the hatch to open. But if you were to use the Hollywood Rack bike rack # HR1000 that you referenced it could work. I have included a link to a video...
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  • There are hitch mounted cargo carriers that would work in a Class I hitch like the # 24847 that would be installed on your 2014 Toyota Prius, but none of them are aluminum or folding. The most popular cargo carrier we carry that would be confirmed to work on the hitch you have would be the 17x46 Curt Cargo Carrier # C18145. Check out the review video I attached.
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  • You will want to check the hitch you have on your 2010 Toyota Prius for the tongue weight capacity. All of the hitches I have for the Prius are Class I 1-1/4 inch hitches that have a 200 lb. tongue weight capacity. Also, a Class I hitch can only carry a maximum of two bikes. The SportRack Hitch Bike Rack, # SR2403, you have referenced, can only be used on a Class II 1-1/4 inch hitch. The difference is that a Class II hitch has a tongue weight capacity of either 300 lbs. or...
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  • The issue is that if the arm that holds the tire is too far down on the tire the bike could work itself free. These types of racks are not ideally for bikes with fenders though it could potentially work depending on the length of the fenders. The Thule DoubleTrack, # TH990XT, is a better option since it holds the bikes at the frame instead of the tires so fenders would not be a problem. I have linked a video showing the rack on a 2013 Prius.
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  • The Thule T2 Platform-Style 2 Bike Carrier, item # TH917XTR, is designed to be used in the 1-1/4 inch Class I and II hitches. You will need to measure to make sure the bike rack will work on your vehicle. If the measurement from the center of the hitch pin hole on your car to the farthest out part of the bumper is less than 7 inches then the T2 will fit just fine. You will also need less than 5 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the farthest out part of the rear...
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  • The trailer hitches that are available for the 2013 Toyota Prius are all Class I trailer hitches. The Thule Apex # TH9025 will fit a Class I trailer hitch but you will be limited to a maximum of 2 bikes because of the Class I trailer hitch. The restriction is because Class I hitches cannot handle the extra weight of a third or more bikes that far from the receiver. It is like using a cheater bar to loosen a lug nut on a wheel. There is too much torque with more than 2 bikes. There...
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  • I am not certain the Thule Helium, # TH9042, would be the best option. If the rack is going to contact that ground, it would happen at the straight piece (shank) that fits into the receiver. At the lowest point, it sticks down 3/4 inches from the bottom of the trailer hitch receiver opening. At the bottom of the upright bar, it is 4 inches from the top of the receiver opening. What I recommend is a bike rack that has a rise on it immediately from the trailer hitch.Take a...
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  • All of the trailer hitches that we carry for the 2010 Toyota Prius are Class I trailer hitches. Double check the hitch you have to make sure what Class it is. To be on the safe side, I would look at racks that will fit in Class I hitches because they will also fit Class II hitches. Also you will want to look at the owners manual because we recently learned that Toyota prohibits the use of a trailer hitch and hitch mounted accessories on the vehicle. The compatible rack with...
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  • Because we have not had the opportunity to test fit the Rola NV2 rack on a 2013 Prius, I could not say if you will have hatch clearance with the bikes in place. You are correct, the rack does not feature an anti-rattle device, but the # 93347 could be used to prevent movement of the bike rack shank. The rack is lightweight, as well as easy to install and remove from the vehicle, but due to the low ground clearance of your Prius, the NV2 might not be the best choice. The...
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  • The maximum wheelbase for a bike used on the SportRack 2 Bike Hitch Mounted Rack, # SR2901, and # SR2910 is 58 inches. The platform rack that will allow for the widest wheelbase is the Swagman XTC-2 extended, # S64650-EXT. When configured properly, this rack can hold a bike with up to a 68 inch wheelbase.
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  • It depends on the style of bike you have, but if you have a road bike with pretty narrow handlebars there is a very strong possibility you would be able to open the hatch of your 2012 Toyota Prius with the Swagman XTC-2 and bikes installed. If you have a bike with wider handlebars a bike rack that can tilt with bikes installed on it would give you a better shot at opening the hatch with bikes attached. Check out the Swagman Semi 2.0 part # S64685. I attached a video that shows...
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  • Class I hitches have a stop welded or punched into the receiver tube that will prevent accessories meant for a Class II hitch from sliding in far enough for the hitch pin holes to line up. This is purposely done by Hidden Hitch to prevent the hitch from being overloaded. The Thule Vertex you mentioned, part # TH9029XT would work in your hitch, but you'd be limited to carrying 2 bikes. The Thule Doubletrack, part # TH990XT is a Class I compatible bike rack that would work great...
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  • Your 2010 Toyota Prius can be equipped with a 1-1/4-inch Class I trailer hitch receiver; all three such items that we offer are shown on the link provided. Each available hitch carries the same 200-lb tongue weight capacity. Please note that Toyota does not rate this vehicle for towing any type of trailer; the hitches offered are intended only for use with accessory items such as bike racks. A Class I trailer hitch receiver can be used only with a compatible Class I bike...
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  • Yes, the SportRack Two Bike Wheel Mount Bike Rack, item # SR2901, will work with the Draw-Tite Class I receiver hitch, item # 24808. You will need to keep in mind that the lowest rated tongue weight capacity will have to be adhered to. This means that whichever item has the lowest rated tongue weight capacity, the car, hitch or bike rack, will be the tongue weight that you will have to stay under when carrying the bike rack and bikes. Tongue weight is the amount of weight...
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  • The only option I could give for your 2007 Toyota Prius to carry a recumbent trike like your ICE Trike Sprint 26 would be a roof rack option. The hitch on your Prius is a Class I hitch and the Hollywood Racks Sport Rider Trike Carrier # HR1000R-TRKADP that you referenced is only designed for Class II and up hitches. For more information check out the FAQ article I attached on hitch classifications. First lets start with a roof rack. You will need the following products: Thule...
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  • The Pro Series Q-Slot Platform Style Bike Rack, # PS63134, will fit a 2011 Toyota Prius. I have attached a video of this bike rack on a 2012 Toyota Prius for you to check out. The rise in the shank of this bike rack is great for vehicles with low ground clearance and the platform design allows for access to your truck without having to remove the bike rack.
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  • You can certainly lock the Thule Hitching Post Pro to your Prius. The rack includes an anti-rattle hitch pin, which you can lock by adding the # THSTL2 hitch lock. A cable lock, part # TH538XT is also available. You can key the two locks alike by purchasing two keyed alike lock cores, part # TH512. Thule uses a proprietary hitch pin, so a hitch lock form a different manufacturer likely wouldn't work. You can see product description videos for the parts I recommended by clicking...
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  • If the bike rack is listed as a class II only rack, you will not be able to use it in a class I hitch. We do offer some rack that will work with both class I and class II hitches, but no 3-bike racks. The Swagman XP Bike Rack, part # S64910-2 will hold 3 bikes, but can only hold 2 when used with a class I hitch. The rack can also be used on a hitch with a 2 inch receiver, as well.
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  • We do offer a bike rack like you described that will work for your 2010 Toyota Prius. I recommend the Pro Series Q-Slot Platform-Style 2 Bike and 4 Bike Carrier, part # PS63138. This 4-bike rack will fit Class lll hitches with a 2 inch receiver opening when you want to carry 4 bikes. Or you can remove the add-on 2-bike rack to install on your Prius. This rack will work great for you if your 2nd has a Class lll hitch installed and capable of using a 4-bike carrier. You will...
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  • Although OEM hitches can be found on certain trucks and SUV's, they wouldn't be found on a Prius. You would need to install an aftermarket hitch, like the Draw-Tite Class I hitch, part # 24847. The hitch would provide a great attachment point for a hitch mounted accessory like a bike rack or a cargo carrier. If you're considering towing with your Prius, I'd recommend you reconsider as Toyota doesn't recommend towing with that vehicle.
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  • Yes, the Kuat Sherpa Bike Rack, # S101, would be an excellent choice for your 2008 Toyota Prius. The Toyota Prius has a low tongue weight capacity due to the design of the vehicle and using a lightweight bike rack is ideal. The Sherpa is made of aluminum making it almost half the weight of other platform-style bike racks. I have attached a video of this bike rack on a Toyota Prius for you to check out. Keep in mind, you must have a trailer hitch installed on your Prius...
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  • I can recommend a bike rack that would work with the Hidden Hitch Class I trailer hitch, # 60263, but you will only be able to carry 2 bikes on your 2012 Toyota Prius. A Class I hitch is not able to handle the stress that carrying more than 2 bikes would create. I am including a link to all the class I compatible bike racks we offer if you want to compare them, but the Thule Doubletrack Platform-Style bike rack, # TH990XT, is my recommendation. This rack has a high-strength...
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  • On a Class I trailer hitch you are limited to 2 bikes but it isn't because of the weight, it is the distance that weight is from the receiver. A third or more bikes are too far from the receiver and it produces more leverage than the hitch and where it is attached on the vehicle can handle. Its the same principle as using a long wrench to loosen a lug nut. To carry 3 bikes on your 2015 Toyota Prius II you can use a trunk mount carrier such as # TH911XT. It will work with models...
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  • Since you are looking for a non-permanent solution for carrying bikes with your 2011 Toyota Prius a trunk mounted bike rack would be your best option. The Thule Raceway part # TH9001PRO has been confirmed as a fit for you vehicle and is the nicest trunk rack we carry. What makes this rack far superior to the others is the attachment system. It uses 4 retractable coated steel cables to attach to the vehicle rather than 6 nylon straps like other racks. This makes installation...
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  • The Yakima HoldUp 2 Bike Rack, part # Y02445 is designed to work with Class ll hitches that have a 1-1/4 inch receiver opening. You mentioned your Prius has a Class l hitch installed. I cannot recommend this bike carrier for your Prius, but I do have an option. I recommend the Kuat Sherpa Bike Carrier, part # S101 for your Prius. This aluminum bike rack weighs only 27 lbs and includes a hitch lock, cable, and 2 keys. The rack tilts away from the rear of the vehicle allowing...
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  • Yes, the hitches available for your 2013 Toyota Prius are Class I hitches and the SportRack Super EZ Platform-Style 2 Bike Carrier # SR2901XT that you referenced is Class I hitch compatible so it would work for you. I attached a review video for this rack for you to check out. For a hitch I would recommend the Draw Tite Hitch part # 24847. I attached an install video for this hitch for you to check out also. I also attached an FAQ article on hitch classifications.
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  • ElliptiGo does offer a modified version of the Hollywood Racks # HR1000R. The rack features a fork mount at the front wheel hoop that will accommodate the bike once the front wheel is removed. We do not offer the rack, but you could purchase a # HR1000R and add one # HR915 for each ElliptiGo bike you wish to carry, and you'd have the same rack (see photo).
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  • When looking at the difference between the hanging bike racks and platform-style carriers, there will be a few things you may want to note. A platform-style carrier will be easier to load and unload, and since you said you are planning on carrying mountain bikes and road bikes, this may be your best option. I recommend the Thule Doubletrack Platform-Style Rack, part # TH990XT for your 2013 Toyota Prius. This rack has the versatility to carry bikes with wheel bases up to 46-1/2...
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  • Yes, the Pro Series Q-Slot Platform-Style 2 Bike Carrier # PS63134 that you referenced is compatible with the Class I hitch that would be on a 2005 Toyota Prius. I attached a video of this rack being demoed on a very similar Prius as yours for you to check out. This rack weighs 34 lbs. If you need a hitch for your Prius the most popular one we carry is the Hidden Hitch part # 24808. I attached an install video for this hitch as well. This hitch would work very well with...
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  • There is a way for you to install the Thule Apex Bike Rack part # TH9025 on your 2008 Audi A6, but since the only hitches available for your vehicle are Class I you would be limited to only carrying 2 bikes with the rack. Class I hitches don't have the capacity to handle the added weight and leverage of having more than 2 bikes installed on the hitch. For a hitch you would want the Draw Tite Hitch part # 24836. For more info on hitch classifications see the link I attached.
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  • I think the best bike rack solution I can recommend is to get a Class I compatible 4 bike rack that is also compatible with 2 inch hitches. I think the best rack to fit the bill would be the Thule Apex 4 4 Bike Carrier # TH9025. With this rack you could only carry 2 bikes when using it with your Prius, and since you have a Curt hitch you will need to use the Curt Stabilizer Strap # 18050. The Curt hitches are very high quality and the only reason they recommend the strap when...
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  • To determine if the trunk on your 2012 Toyota Prius will open without lowering the upright portion of the Swagman Bike Rack # S64950 you will need to take a measurement. You will need to measure from the center of the hitch pin hole to the outer edge of the trunk when opened. This should be about the same distance as the edge of your bumper. Swagman Bike Rack # S64950 has a distance of 11 inches from the center of the hitch pin out to the upright portion of the rack. If...
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  • The Thule Apex swinging bike carrier # TH9027 is designed only for use with 2 inch trailer hitch receivers. Even if it could be used on a 1-1/4 hitch it would only be on Class II 1-1/4 inch hitches. But that is a moot point because its only for 2 inch hitches. I have included a link to the "swinging" bike carriers that can be used with a 1-1/4 inch (Class II only) hitch. The most popular is the Softride Dura, # SR26247. It doesn't swing off to the side but it does tilt out...
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  • According to my contact at Swagman the actual weight of their Titan 2 Bike Tilting Rack # S63400 is 32-lbs. The shipping weight is 34-lbs, which includes the protective packing materials and the included bolts, keys, etc. The linked video will show you features of the Titan rack, which is protected by a limited lifetime warranty from Swagman. If you are looking for the lightest possible bike carrier, we offer the aluminum Helium Aero 2 from Thule, part # TH9042, that weighs...
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  • Based on what you are looking to do with the Yakima Highlite Bike Carrier part # Y02438 I think I have a more ideal bike rack for you. I think you would be best served getting the Softride Dura Parallelogram 4 Bike Rack # SR26247 this rack tilts down level and will allow you to load your bikes at a lower height. Check out the review video I attached for this rack. The Yakima Highlite Bike Rack part # Y02438 that you referenced cannot be loaded with the rack tilted down....
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  • Since the hitch of your 2014 Toyota Prius would be a Class I, 1-1/4 inch hitch you would be limited to only carrying two bikes with the hitch. The Thule Hitching Post part # TH934XTR that you referenced can fit Class I 1-1/4 inch hitches, but when in a Class I hitch you can only carry up to 2 bikes. Since the third and fourth bikes end up being pretty far away from the hitch the increased leverage ends up being too much for the hitch to handle. To carry the third and fourth...
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Toyota Prius Roof Bike Racks Questions

  • There should not be any more concern with a fork mount than say a full wheel mount. The weight of the bike is resting in the same place whether that is on a wheel or fork mount would not make much difference. The bigger concern with carbon fiber frame bikes is using them on a hitch mounted hanging bike rack. Bouncing on the back of a vehicle while hanging by the top tube can stress the frame in a way it is not designed to handle. When you mount the bike on the rack, just...
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  • I recommend that before you load any of the roof-mounted cargo items you're looking for that you check your Prius owner's manual for guidance from Toyota regarding rooftop weight capacity. Your glass sunroof will certainly have a bearing on this since it is relatively fragile compared to a standard metal roof. Keep in mind that the weight of anything on the roof - and that includes an empty roof rack itself, an empty kayak carrier itself, etc - all adds up and that total load...
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  • Please check with your owners manual to make sure that the cargo that you plan to carry on your the roof of your Prius does not exceed the manufacturers recommendations, or void your warranty. To carry bikes on the roof of your 2012 Toyota Prius you would first need a roof rack system. To accommodate the weight of up to 4 bikes I would recommend the a Yakima Roof Mount System consisting of part # Y00409, # Y00699, # Y00605, # Y00124. This Yakima Roof Rack system has a carrying...
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  • We do have option that will allow you to carry skis and bikes with your 2010 Toyota Prius with the panoramic or solar roof, but there are no ski/bike rack combination options for the roof or trunk of your vehicle. Instead, I recommend installing a roof rack like the Yakima Q Tower roof rack which consists of two 58 inch crossbars, # Y00409, the Q99 Q Clips, # Y00699, the Q5 Q Clips, # Y00605, and the Q Tower Feet, # Y00124. This roof rack is compatible with your glass roof,...
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  • We have several roof rack options available for your 2012 Toyota Prius. I have included a link to all of them for you. Since you have a Prius you might be interested in a roof rack that is aerodynamic and will have the least impact on your gas mileage as possible. For this I recommend the Whispbar system, # WB-S6, with fit kit # WB-K458. These bars are aerodynamic and quiet. The bars are integrated into the feet for a flush, OEM appearance. For a compatible bike rack you can...
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  • Yes, you can use a Yakima High Roller Bike Rack part # Y02107 with a fairing like the part # Y07048 installed on a Yakima roof rack. You will simply want to make sure the two items' mounts don't interfere with each other by offsetting them on the crossbar The bike rack will basically just need to install between the mounts for the fairing.
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  • You will want to position the Thule Sidearm Roof Bike Rack, part # TH584XT more forward on the vehicle to avoid any interference with the rear hatch opening. The mounting points on the bike rack are adjustable, which will allow you to mount the bike rack more forward. Our representative at Thule informed me that the wheel track of the Thule Sidearm measures 57 inches long. You can take this measurement on your roof to give you an idea of how the bike rack will sit, or if there...
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Toyota Prius Trunk Bike Racks Questions

  • Yakima does not have any trunk mounted bike rack solutions for your 2010 Prius, but Thule does. You can use the Gateway, # TH9006XT, the Archway, # TH9009XT, or the Passage, # TH910XT. But I recommend the Raceway, # TH9001PRO. The Raceway features retractable cables that make installation and removal of the rack quick and easiest. It is by far the easiest to mount trunk mount bike rack I have used. If you will be carrying womens, childrens, or alternative frame bikes,...
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  • I checked with Thule and the Thule Gateway 2 Bike Carrier # TH9006XT will indeed work on your 2011 Toyota Prius. The top portion of the rack will actually go over the spoiler and it will not interfere with the installation. I attached a review video for this product for you to check out. If you plan on carrying any womens or alternative framed bikes you may be interested in purchasing a Thule Bike Adapter Bar # TH982XT
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  • The two Thule trunk-mount bike racks you referenced, the Raceway 2 # TH9001XT and # TH9001PRO, differ in two respects. The latest version, the # TH9001PRO, incorporates locking covers over its cable release mechanisms and is USA-made. This rack also reflects the latest pricing while the older out-of-production version TH9001XT does not. Apart from these minor changes they are identical, so unless the latest features are critical to you I suggest the TH9001XT as a value winner.
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  • I would recommend the Thule Raceway Trunk Mount Bike Carrier, # TH9001PRO, for your 2005 Prius. This is the easiest to mount and remove rack that I have personally used, and it folds compact for storage, see video link. I would normally recommend a trailer hitch and hitch mounted bike rack, but for the Prius a hitch would add weight to the vehicle when not carrying bikes and the vehicle owners manual normally precludes towing as an option with these vehicles. If you will...
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  • According to our friends at Thule, the Raceway 2 Bike Trunk Mounted Bike Rack, part # TH9001PRO will indeed fit your 2012 Toyota Prius. The Raceway among the most popular rack choices among our customers, because the rack is so easy to install and remove. For womens bikes or bikes with sharply angled top tubes or step-through frames, using a frame adapter like part # 64005 is recommended. The adapter spans the distance between the seat post and the handle bar gooseneck, and...
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  • I have an option for you, but I checked the installation instructions of all of the trunk mounted racks we offer, and the ones with fit information for your 2006 Prius all said that the lower support of the rack will set on the license plate of your vehicle. Since this is a problem for you I think your best option would be to have a hitch installed on your vehicle and then use a lightweight hitch mounted bike rack. This would make installation and removal of the rack very easy...
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  • I checked with Thule and they do list the Passage trunk mount bike rack, # TH910XT, as a fit for the 2011 Toyota Prius. I have included a link to the installation details and a link to a video review of the bike rack for you. If you will be carrying womens, childrens, or alternative frame bikes I recommend using the bike adapter bar # TH982XT for greater ground clearance and to carry the bikes more level. I have included a link to a video that shows how the adapter works.
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  • According to my contact at Thule, their Passage 2 and 3-Bike Trunk Mount Bike Rack # TH910XT and # TH911XT are both a confirmed fit for the 2013 Toyota Prius. This has been determined after extensive fit testing. This being said, anytime a piece of equipment is in direct contact with the painted surfaces of a vehicle, the possibility of the vehicle being scratched exists. This risk can be minimized by ensuring that the surfaces of the rack and vehicle that touch each other...
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  • I spoke to my contact at Thule and yes, the Thule Passage 2 Bike Carrier Trunk Mounted Bike Rack, item # TH910XT, will fit the 2010 Toyota Prius. I have linked instructions and a video review of the Thule Passage 2 Bike Carrier Trunk Mounted Bike Rack, item # TH910XT.
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  • I checked with Thule and the Thule Raceway 2 Bike Carrier # TH9001PRO that you referenced is confirmed to fit on your 2011 Toyota Prius. It should not cause any undue wind drag on your vehicle as it is behind your vehicle. It would certainly have much less drag than a roof mounted bike rack. Check out the installation instructions and review video that I attached. If you plan on carrying any womens or alternative framed bikes you might be interested in a Thule Bike Adapter...
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  • The Thule Passage 2 Bike Carrier Trunk Mounted Bike Rack, Th910XT, will fit the 2004 - 2009 Toyota Prius. When using the Thule Passage on these vehicles the rear window wiper cannot be used. If you have a 2001 - 2003 Toyota Prius the Thule 910 will not fit because the top straps cannot be mounted directly to glass.
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  • The trunk mounted bike rack that I would recommend for your 2010 Toyota Prius that has been confirmed to fit your vehicle is the Thule Raceway 2 Bike Rack part # TH9001PRO. What makes this lightweight rack far superior to the others is the attachment system. It uses 4 retractable coated steel cables to attach to the vehicle rather than 6 nylon straps like other racks. This makes installation quick and easy and the cables also last longer. The cables store inside the rack...
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  • If you click the provided link, you can see the various trunk mounted bike racks that are verified to fit your 2008 Prius. Of the available options, I would recommend the Thule Raceway, part # TH9001PRO. The Raceway uses four easily adjustable cables to attach to the vehicle, versus the 6 straps and buckles used by other racks. The cable system allows the rack to be installed or removed in a matter of moments. Two of the cables are lockable, and the rack features an integrated...
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  • The Thule Raceway 3 Bike Carrier, item # TH9002PRO, will fit the 2010 Toyota Prius but will require that the rear wiper not be used when installed and that the straps are not in contact with the muffler or exhaust pipe when installed. For the 2010 Honda Odyssey, the Thule Raceway 3 Bike Carrier, item # TH9002PRO, is not recommended because top straps should not be mounted directly to glass or plastic trim covering the glass. At this time there is not a trunk mounted bike rack...
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  • The trunk mount bike rack that I would recommend for your 2012 Toyota Prius is the Thule Raceway 2 Bike Carrier, # TH9001PRO, that you referenced. This is one of our most popular trunk mount bike racks that has many features such as arcing arms arms for more clearance between the bikes, durable ratcheting cable straps and anti-sway cradles. If you would like a more economical recommendation, I would take a look at the Thule Gateway 2 Bike Carrier, # TH9006XT. This bike rack...
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  • We have numerous trunk mount bike racks that will fit your 2011 Toyota Prius for most budgets. The most economical 2 bike rack that will fit your Prius is the Thule Passage 2, # TH910XT. This rack features anti-sway cradles and attaches to the vehicle using 6 straps. I have included a link to the installation instructions for you to view. This is the most cost effective bike rack option that also fits your vehicle. If you will be carrying any bikes that do not have a top frame...
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  • The Thule Raceway, # TH9001PRO would indeed be compatible with both your 2004 Toyota Prius and your sister's 2012 Corolla. I have confirmed this with Thule. Without knowing how the frames of the bikes in question are designed, I cannot say with any certainty if the adapter bars are required or not. The arms that the bikes hang from are relatively close together at 17-1/2 inches, making it likely that you would physically be able to connect the bikes to the rack. However, when...
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  • The Yakima KingJoe Pro 3 # Y02625 would work great on your 2011 Ford Escape but is not recommended for the 2010 Toyota Prius because the vehicle cannot support the weight of the rack and bikes where it contacts the vehicle. I checked with our suppliers and Thule is the only company that recommends a trunk mount rack for the 2010 Prius. These racks will also fit the 2011 Ford Escape. You will need to keep in mind on both vehicles that the rear wiper cannot be used when the rack...
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  • Yes, the Thule Raceway 2 Bike Carrier # TH9001PRO is confirmed by Thule to work on your 2010 Toyota Prius and would work well for carrying your road bikes over 2,500 miles. Since you plan on carrying your bikes for such a long distance I would recommend you remove the rack every so often, especially after inclement weather, to clean the contact point of the rack and your vehicle to prevent any light scratching of the paint of your vehicle. If you will be carrying womens,...
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  • According to Thule and Yakima, there are actually numerous 2 bike racks that will fit your 2007 Toyota Prius. Depending on what you are looking for in a bike rack, I am sure one of the available options will fit your needs. To start, there is 1 Yakima 2 bike trunk mount racks that will fit: Yakima KingJoe Pro 2 Bike Trunk Mounted Rack, # Y02624 For Thule, there are 4 options: Thule Passage 2 Bike Carrier - Trunk Mount, # TH910XT Thule Raceway 2 Bike Carrier - Trunk Mount...
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  • The 3 bike trunk rack that I would recommend for your 2008 Toyota Prius would be the Thule Raceway 3 Bike Rack # TH9002XT. The Raceway 3 includes a number of advanced features, including the patented Thule Fit-Dial system which makes precise installation simple and repeatable. This carrier uses 4 high-strength cables (rather than 6 wear-prone nylon straps) to secure to your vehicle and it includes locks both for the carrier itself and for your loaded bikes. Cushioned anti-sway...
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  • The bike rack we recommend most that is also confirmed to fit your 2013 Toyota Prius would be the Thule Raceway 3 Bike Rack part # TH9002XT. This is one of the trunk racks on the market because of its many great features and how easy it is to install/remove. Most trunk racks use 6 fabric straps to secure the rack to the vehicle that can be annoying to adjust and could easily be cut if someone wanted to steal the rack and your bikes, the # TH9002XT use rubber coated steel cables...
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  • Pro Series has tested the Pro Series Axis 3 Bike Carrier # PS1370600 on the 2006 Toyota Prius and found that it fits without any issues. If you follow the installation instructions you shouldn't have any problems.
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  • I would recommend using the Yakima Tube Top Adapter Bar, # Y02531, with your new Prorack 2 bike rack. For best compatibility, it is a good idea to stick with products that are made by the same manufacturer. Some small and angled bike frames can be difficult to load on bike racks. This adapter allows you to load the bikes easily and safely on a bike rack. One end of the adapter will attach to the seat post and the other end will attach to the handle bar post. I have attached...
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  • The Thule Gateway 3 bike model, part # TH9007XT is a fit for your Prius. All of the racks you mentioned would contact the the rear window, but due to the fact that the vast majority of the weight would be borne by the bottom portion of the rack, this will not prove a problem. The straps would indeed be long enough to reach the top of the hatch. Although all the racks you mentioned would work, I sincerely believe you would like the Raceway, part # TH9002PRO best. Instead of...
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  • Yes, the Thule Raceway 3 Bike Carrier # TH9002PRO that you referenced will work on your 2011 Toyota Prius. I checked with Thule and they listed the following fit tips: Fit Dial Setting 7 Place top clips in the gap at the front edge of the top of the trunk, hatch or door. Place lower clips in the bottom edge of trunk or hatch. Caution: Rear wiper can not be used when carrier is mounted. Always check to make sure there is no contact between the lower straps and the...
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  • The Thule Passage trunk mount bike rack # TH910XT will fit both the 2010 Toyota Prius and the 2011 BMW 328 convertible. The other racks that fit both vehicles are: Thule Gateway, # TH9006XT Thule Archway, # TH9009XT 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...
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  • We have numerous trunk mount bike carriers that will fit your 2005 Toyota Prius, see link to the right. But for a rack that is the easiest to install/remove and use I recommend the Thule Raceway # TH9001PRO. This rack uses just 4 retractable cables instead of 6 straps like other racks so it is very easy to install and remove. Also, it folds relatively flat so it is easy to store. The rack also features locks to lock the rack to the vehicle and a cable lock to lock the bike...
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  • The Thule Raceway, # TH9001PRO, is listed as a fit for the 2010 Toyota Prius. This bike rack is a good choice because it is light weight and easy to install. The retractable cables make installation and removal fast and easy. If you will be carrying womens, childrens, or alternative frame bikes, I recommend using the adapter bar, # TH982XT, to carry the bikes more level. I have also included a link to a video that shows how the adapter works.
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  • The Saris Porter 2 Bike Trunk Rack # SA312B is a confirmed fit for your 2015 Toyota Prius, but Saris recommends only 2-bike trunk carriers for your Prius. Please note that most of their racks recommended for your vehicle are hitch-mount types that place the weight burden of the bikes on to the car's frame, its strongest part, rather than its thin sheet metal. When a vehicle has a trunk bike rack installed you cannot operate the rear wiper, if one is present, and you cannot...
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  • I checked with Thule and the Thule Raceway 3 Bike Carrier # TH9002PRO is confirmed to fit your 2008 Toyota Prius. The biggest limiting factor for whether or not you could carry your tandem bike plus your 2 other bikes will be the weight of your bikes and the length of your tandem bike. The weight limit for this rack is 105 pounds, which I believe you would pretty easily exceed with your tandem bike plus your other two bikes. What you could do is put your two bikes on the...
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  • We do have several 3 bike trunk mounted racks that will fit the 2010 Toyota Prius. Thule does test the racks on vehicles and if a vehicle cannot support the weight of 3 bikes, they do not offer a 3 bike rack for that vehicle. In this case the Thule trunk mount 3 bike racks can be safely used on a Prius. However, none of the Yakima racks are listed as a fit. You can use the Thule 3 bike racks though and I have included a link to all of the lacks that will fit. I recommend the...
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  • Yes, I checked with Thule, and the Thule Passage 2 Bike Trunk Mounted Bike Rack, item # TH910XT, will fit on the 2010 Prius. This rack will work on vehicles with the hard top and vehicles with the glass roof. You may also be interested in the Thule Womens and Alternative Frame Bike Adapter Bar, item # TH982XT, for carrying bikes with alternative style frames.
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  • We carry a number of trunk mounted bike racks that will fit your 2007 Toyota Prius including the Yakima KingJoe Pro 3 Bike Rack, # Y02625, that you referenced. I have attached a link to all of the trunk mounted bike racks that will fit your vehicle. Another trunk mounted bike rack that I would recommend checking out is the Thule Raceway 3 Bike Rack, # TH9002PRO. This bike rack uses four ratcheting cables that will not wear out over time like the traditional nylon straps. The...
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  • The Thule Raceway, # TH9002PRO, will fit the 2005 Toyota Prius, but it will not fit a 2009 Subaru Outback. At this time, there are no trunk mount bike rack options for a 2009 Subaru Outback Wagon. For the Outback, I recommend a trailer hitch and hitch mount bike rack. If it is not a Sport model, I recommend Hidden Hitch trailer hitch # 87446. This is a Class III trailer hitch that will allow many options in the way of bike racks. The most popular 3 bike rack is # 59403. If...
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  • The Thule Passage 3 bike model, part # TH911XT would be an excellent choice for you. The rack has a 35 lb per bike weight capacity, and features padded cradles and anti-sway cradles to keep the bikes from swaying back and forth and hitting each other or the rear of the vehicle. To carry ladies bikes, or bikes with a sharply angled top tube, a frame adapter bar like part # 64005 is recommended. The adapter bar spans the distance between the seat post and the handlebar gooseneck,...
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  • The Thule Gateway 2 Trunk-Mount Bike Rack # TH9006XT and their Passage 2 Rack # TH910XT both are confirmed fits for the 2014 Toyota Prius except for the Prius V version. The Yakima SuperJoe Pro 2 Bike Rack # Y02629 is not a confirmed fit for your vehicle. The linked page to our site will show you all racks that are a confirmed fit for your Prius, as long as it is not the Prius V. I have linked an article on trunk-mount bike racks that may help you consider the best options...
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  • Yes, I would recommend the Thule Passage 2 Trunk Mount Bike Carrier, # TH910XT, for your 2006 Prius. This is a great value trunk carrier from Thule. A video for this rack is linked. This carrier uses the patented FitDial adjustment system that makes for easy attachment to your Prius. If your bikes lack a horizontal top frame tube, such as that found on a typical man's bike, then you may benefit from using a bike adapter bar like the Swagman Easy-Out # 64005. Adapter bars...
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  • The Thule Passage bike rack part # TH910XT that you referenced is confirmed to fit your 2010 Toyota Prius, but it will not work with a tandem bike. You will need to use a bike rack specifically designed for use with tandem bikes. But first, you will need to install a hitch on your vehicle. For that you would want the Draw Tite hitch part # 24847. I attached an install video for you to check out. Once you have a hitch installed you will be able to install the RockyMounts...
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  • According to Yakima, none of their trunk mounted bike racks are compatible with the 2010 Prius including the Yakima King Joe Pro. There are several other racks that are compatible, as you can see by clicking the link to the right. The Thule Raceway, part # TH9001PRO is my personal favorite. If you've ever used a trunk mounted bike rack before, and have been confounded by all the adjusting and fiddling it takes to get the rack to fit correctly to the vehicle, you'll be absolutely...
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  • I spoke with my contact at Thule and she confirmed that the Thule Archway XT 3 part # TH9010XT that you referenced will fit your 2014 Toyota Prius with a glass roof. The fit info that you referenced would be for roof racks as their roof racks do not work with the glass roof. I attached a review video for this rack for you to check out as well. If you plan on carrying any womens or alternative framed bikes without horizontal top tubes you may also be interested in purchasing...
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  • I have provided a link for your that shows all the rear trunk mounted bike racks that are confirmed as a fit for your 2003 Toyota Prius. Of these options available for your 2003 Toyota Prius, I recommend the KingJoe Pro 2 # Y02624 bike rack, if you do not have a rear spoiler. It is designed for use on hatchback vehicles, is strong, and is reliable. It is designed to carry 2 bikes, and is rated for up to 60 pounds total. Please note that with this bike rack installed, your...
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  • Prorack does not provide specific vehicle fit information for their bike racks, but I can tell you that it is very similar to the Yakima SuperJoe bike racks because Yakima is the manufacturer of Prorack bike racks. the Yakima SuperJoe bike racks are not compatible with your 2008 Toyota Prius, so I cannot guarantee that the Prorack 2 Bike Rack, # PR8062401, will fit on your vehicle. Instead, I would recommend looking at the Thule Passage 3 Bike Rack, # TH910XT. This bike rack...
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  • I checked with Thule and they do list the Passage trunk mounted bike carrier # TH910XT as a fit for the 2010 Toyota Prius and they do not exclude any models. 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 my wife's...
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  • The Thule Passage Trunk Mounted 3 Bike Rack, # TH911XT, has arms which span 14 inches from center to center. In order to mount the 20 inch bike the top bar that extends from the seat post to the handlebars must be at least 15 inches. Depending on the slant of the bar, you may find it much easier to use an adapter bar like the Swagman Easy-Out, # 64005. This bar attaches between the seat post and the handlebar stem and allows the bike to be carried more evenly in the carrier while...
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  • For your 2012 Toyota Prius I would go with the Thule Raceway 3 Bike Rack part # TH9002PRO. What makes this rack far superior to the others is the attachment system. It uses 4 retractable coated steel cables to attach to the vehicle rather than 6 nylon straps like other racks. This makes installation quick and easy and the cables also last longer. The cables store inside the rack so there are no loose straps ends to flap around. The cables can also be locked into position...
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  • We do offer trunk mount bike carriers for your 2012 Toyota Prius C. Some carriers work with a spoiler and some are designed to fit a Prius without a spoiler. The carrier I recommend is the Hollywood Racks, part # HRF2. This carrier will work on your Prius regardless of a spoiler being present. This carrier has upper arms that extend over the spoiler and is designed to fit vehicles with spoilers, SUVs, minivans, and hatchbacks with spoilers. It can hold 2 bikes that weigh up...
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  • Thule does now list the Raceway 3 # TH9002PRO as a fit for the 2011 (and 2012) Toyota Prius with a glass roof. Usually what happens is they will not list a fit until they have had the chance to test it. When they do test it, sometimes it works sometimes it doesn't. In this case it works so we can update our old answers to reflect the new information. 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)...
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  • The trunk mounted bike rack I would recommend for both your 2009 Honda Fit and your 2013 Toyota Prius (as long as it's not a V) would be the Thule Raceway Bike Rack part # TH9001PRO. I checked with Thule and both of your vehicles are compatible with this rack. What makes this rack far superior to the others is the attachment system. It uses 4 retractable coated steel cables to attach to the vehicle rather than 6 nylon straps like other racks. This makes installation quick and...
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  • The rack we recommend the most for vehicles is the Thule Raceway Bike Rack # TH9002PRO. This is one of the best racks on the market because of how easy it is to install and uninstall and how well it secures bikes to the vehicle. This rack uses rubber-coated, locking steel cables instead of straps that can be cut easily and uses a dial system to tension to make installation much easier. Check out the review video I attached for this rack. If you plan on carrying any womens...
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  • Actually, the Thule Raceway, # TH9001PRO, that you selected is my top choice. I own the 3-bike version of this rack and it is by far the best trunk mount rack I have used. I have had a while now and have not had any scratches or other damage to my vehicles. This rack uses 4 retractable cables instead of 6 straps like other racks. This means that the rack is quicker and easier to install and the cables are going to last longer than the straps. The cables and hooks are coated...
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  • The best economical trunk mount bike rack that will fit is the Thule Passage 2, # TH910XT. This is light weight and includes anti-sway cradles. I have included some informational links on this rack for you. If you will be carrying womens, childrens, or alternative frame bikes, I recommend using the Thule adapter bar, # TH982XT, for greater ground clearance and to carry the bikes more level. I have included a link to a video that shows how the adapter works.
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  • No one has complained yet that any trunk mount bike carrier has broken the rear window on any vehicle so I would say the probability of that happening on your 2010 Toyota Prius is extremely low even on an entry level carrier such as the Thule Passage # TH910XT. 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...
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  • Yes, the Thule Gateway 2 Bike Carrier, # TH9006, is listed as a fit for the 2005 Toyota Prius. I have included a link to a video review of the 3 bike model but it shares features with the 2 bike model. If the Prius is on a tow dolly and you find the bikes on the trunk are hanging too low, you may be able to adjust the arms so that the bikes are up a little higher. However, make sure to return the arms to the proper position before taking the Prius off of the tow dolly. If...
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  • I attached a page that has all of the trunk mounted bike racks that are confirmed to fit your 2004 Toyota Prius. The one I would recommend is Thule Raceway 2 Bike Rack # TH9001PRO though. The Raceway 2 includes a number of advanced features, including the patented Thule Fit-Dial system which makes precise installation simple and repeatable. This carrier uses 4 high-strength cables (rather than 6 wear-prone nylon straps) to secure to your vehicle and it includes locks both for...
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  • The Thule Raceway 3 Bike Trunk Mounted Bike Rack # TH9002PRO will fit your 2005 Toyota Prius. I have provided a link to the installation guide as well as a video reviewing the bike rack. In addition, If you intend to carry womens or childrens bikes that do not come equipped with a horizontal bar, I recommend the Thule Bike Adapter Bar # TH982XT. It provides level transportation of these types of bikes and gives more ground clearance and I have included a video link for a review...
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  • According to Yakima, the KingJoe 3, # Y02620, will fit your 2009 Toyota Prius. The specific fit notes for your vehicle are as follows: Place the upper strap hooks at the top edge of trunk, hatch lid, or rear door. Outer/lower support frame rests on the lower portion of the license plate. Place the lower strap hooks at the bottom edge of the trunk, hatch lid, or rear door. Side strap hooks to back side edge of trunk, hatch, or rear door next to tail lights. Weight limit...
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