This is the Glideaway by Advantage Sportsrack, its easy to mount right into the vehicles receiver hitch. Assembly is very simple. Just insert the pins and secure the pins with the provided E-clips. The extended straps secure the bikes with ease. This Glideaway fits either the 2 inch or the 1 inch square trailer hitch receivers. Just remove the adapter to fit the smaller size hitch.
The anti-wobble device eliminates rattle as the hefty bolt tightly secures the glideaway in place. The bike support arms are raised to properly position them for transporting the bikes. The glideaway extends outward allowing easy access to the rear of the vehicle. The T pin and the tightened locking wing bolt hold the rack close and secure it to the vehicle. The glideaway can securely carry up to four bikes with ease.
Even with bikes in place loading the vehicle is simple. Be sure to tighten the wing bolt every time. Unloading the bikes merely takes seconds and you are ready to ride. When your ride is over reloading the bikes is just as quick. The glideaway, by Advantage Sportsracks from Heininger..
Today were going to talk about getting your bikes together with your vehicle so you can go riding. Over here we have a variety of different bikes, the mom and dads bikes, and the kids bikes. Obviously, they have all different types of frames and sizes. What we are going to do here is figure out what kind of bicycle rack works with your type of bikes. To start off there are three different types of bicycle racks, I guess you could say three different configurations. One is the single arm version, on the left hand side here. It is pretty much the original design bicycle rack, not much has changed besides clamps and the hinge part at the bottom. It is the most economical one, for the most part it is the most tried and true piece of equipment. The next one in the center here, is called the two armed version. Basically, it is more stable, has two points of contact on the bicycle rack. It has pretty much been around as long as the single arm version, again it has proven technology, and pretty much there is not much to it except for the width on them. And then the last version is the wheel mount, which is relatively new. It grabs the bikes by the wheel and the frame so you have three points of contact compared to the other two.