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Thule Bike Adapter Bar for Women's and Alternative Frame Bikes

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Large push buttons on the clamps make it even easier to transport your alternative frame, child's or woman's bike on a hanging-style bike rack. Molded rubber ends protect the bike. Telescoping design works with most size bikes. 1-800-496-5010 to order Thule accessories and parts part number TH982XT or order online at Free expert support on all Thule products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Thule Bike Adapter Bar for Women's and Alternative Frame Bikes. Accessories and Parts reviews from real customers.
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Thule Accessories and Parts - TH982XT

  • Hitch Bike Racks
  • Spare Tire Bike Racks
  • Trunk Bike Racks
  • Bike Adapter Bar
  • Thule
  • 16 - 31-1/2 Inch Long

Large push buttons on the clamps make it even easier to transport your alternative frame, child's or woman's bike on a hanging-style bike rack. Molded rubber ends protect the bike. Telescoping design works with most size bikes.


  • Adapts women's, alternative, oversize and some children's bike frames to fit various bike racks
    • Allows for safe, level transport of your bicycles
    • Telescopes from 16" to 31-1/2" long to accommodate different bike sizes
  • Attaches to your bike's seat post and handlebar stem post, providing a horizontal bar for the bike rack to grab
  • Installs and removes in a snap with redesigned push-button clamps
  • Protects your bike's finish with molded rubber clamp ends
  • Works with dual-arm, single-arm, and platform-style bike carriers that mount on a hitch, trunk or spare tire
  • Capacity: 50 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

This bike-frame adapter bar from Thule is exactly what you need to carry a woman's, alternative, oversize or child's bike on your bike carrier. The frame adapter bar installs with the push of a button. It attaches to your bike's seat post and handlebar stem post, providing a horizontal bar for the bike rack to grab.

Depending on the type of bike rack you have, you may need to secure the adapter bar to the bike with a cable lock (sold separately) to deter theft.

982XT Thule Bike Frame Adapter Bar

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Thule Bike Adapter Bar for Women's and Alternative Frame Bikes - TH982XT

Average Customer Rating:  4.5 out of 5 stars   (313 Customer Reviews)

Large push buttons on the clamps make it even easier to transport your alternative frame, child's or woman's bike on a hanging-style bike rack. Molded rubber ends protect the bike. Telescoping design works with most size bikes.


Received torn-up and taped Thule box with damaged product inside. I choose to give the "little guy" a chance against [online]. I will not shop or recommend etrailer to friends and family.


These Thule crossbars are now holding two heavy e-bikes on wall racks in our garage.


I bought a bike rack that just wouldn't work for my bike. I gave up on carrying my bike anywhere. Until your company reached out to me again through email. I was told about the adaption bar I could purchase. Thank you so much. It works perfectly. Now my bike and I can travel together.


I bought this version because it is rated to 50 lbs and so it should work for the heavier electric bike. I have been using the lighter version for several years without any problems on my Thule bike rack.


Bought this Thule bike adapter bar for my wife's Mango Longboard fat-tire beach cruiser. We already had the Thule 2-bike carrier, not sure what model number. The bar works fine for hanging the bike on the carrier, but we haven't traveled with it yet; it will get a 1000+ mile trial run soon.

With this bar and this particular bike the bike's front wheel hangs too low to leave it on the bike. It's a quick-release style wheel, so not a big deal to remove, but the wheel takes up extra space inside the vehicle.

I don't like that the weight of the bike is being held by the handle bar post and the seat, but that's just the nature of these adapters and there is really no other way to put this type of bike on this type of carrier without it.

The bar is rated for 50 lbs. and the bike weighs 37 lbs., including the front wheel, so I expect this bar to work fine for us.


Today I installed the Gateway XT 2 Bike Carrier - Trunk Mount and used the Thule Bike Adapter Bar - Womens & Alt. Frame Bikes to hang two bikes on the back of my 2013 Mustang, 2 dr, with factory spoiler.

I read the instructions over breakfast. It seemed pretty simple, and it was. Of course, being the first time installing the carrier it was a little slow as I figured out what went where but referring back to the instructions made the install go smoothly.

A couple points of note:

1) Not too comfortable that the strap clips won't scratch the paint. They're coated but not padded. I'll probably glue a thin rubber padding to the inside of the top and bottom clips. The side clips just barely slide on and there is no room for any additional padding.

2) Discovered that I needed to secure the inside pedal upward to ensure it did not bang against the bumper. I used a mini-bungee cord but weaving the supplied tie down strap might do the trick. Not sure (yet) which is fastest/easiest method. Definitely need the tie down strap to keep the front wheel of the inside bike from beating against the car.

3) Although the Adapter Bar does hold my wife's bike level, the bar at its shortest position is a few inches too long leaving gaps at the front and back. There did not appear to be a way to lock the bar length and only the ripple straps to keep the bar from vibrating looser. Hopefully not a problem on long drives or bumpy roads.

I'm attaching a couple photos from the install process that you are free to use.


Hanover, PA


Bike cross bar is exactly what we needed to hang our ebikes on our hitch bike rack


Kat at etrailer was very specific and knowledgeable as to what I needed for my car. The installation was done by a mechanic but I probably could have figured it out. My husband was grateful that he didn't have to install it but he was super impressed on how it looked and its sturdy strength. Haven't had a nice day in Texas since it was installed so I will report back as to how the bike rides on the rack. Overall, very impressed. Shipping was fast too!


Good sturdy tool. Would not be able to load the women's hybrid on the Thule Raceway 2 Bike Carrier without it. It's somewhat of an awkward fit and that's just because the bike is a bit of a beast.


Very pleased with quality and engineering of Thule bike rack. Assembly was easy and instructions well written and easy to follow. Excellent product!


I just received my bike adaptor for my full suspension mountain bike which attaches to my Thule bike rack. The adaptor looks very secure which is very important to prevent my bike paint from being scratched. The attachment also allows you to remove the bike from the rack with utmost ease . I highly recommend this product.


Thanks for the great service! The Thule converter bar was exactly what I needed to be able to transport and store my new sissy style women's bike.


Simple design and works well on a variety of bike frames. Does the job. A bit on the expensive side for what it is though.


This adaptor bar works as advertised. Each of the two collars at either end has a push-button release to raise and lower a segment of the collar, enabling you to capture the seat post at one end and your handlebar neck on the other. You can adjust the length of the tube as needed; though, the movement does not work as smoothly as I might like. Once in place on the bike, the adaptor fits loosely on the rack, but gravity, the rack straps, and a bungee cord or two keep everything in place. Don't expect it to fit as snugly as a bike frame that doesn't require an adaptor; this thing is merely a jury-rig to get a step-through bike frame to rest on the rack in a conventional manner. To that end it does a satisfactory job. The price is perhaps a bit high for what is otherwise a two-dollar pipe and some interlocking, plastic collars, but overall construction is sturdy enough for normal wear and tear. Keep it stored out of the weather and it should last for years.

After a year the product operates just as well as it did when purchased. I use it several times a summer and dont have any major complaints. I would likely buy it again.
Donald B - 08/17/2019


I'm from a generation that's still very skeptical about making purchases online, sight unseen, without ever putting my hands on it. Yes, I'm that guy. I surfed around looking at different bike carriers for my Jeep with 17" wheels. I mention that because I wanted to use my trailer hitch for the carrier. I even went to a few brick and mortar stores so I could "touch" it. Couldn't find the right one so I went back to the web and found It was the only site that I felt offered the best selection and had enough reviews to back them up. Still being a skeptic and missing that "touch" I put off the purchase for a few more weeks. Gave me time to look a little more at the brick and mortar shops for kicks. Finally I was ready. I came back and phoned in to order. Still wanted to have a human in the process. Times are changing and I'm changing with them, so when a woman answered the phone I had a momentary reaction that made me think that she wouldn't be able to help. Before I took another second to doubt, I just started with questions and she knew all the answers. The reviews were right and that was a pleasant surprise. She gave me some options but we both agreed that for what I wanted, my original selection was the best option. No pressure to upsell me, just the right equipment for the job. I paid for the carrier and she said I'd have it by the end of the week. I doubted that even though it was Monday evening. Thursday of that week my order arrived. Two bolts and it was attached to my Jeep. Just like that I was ready to go. Thanks to all the helpful folks at

Thanks, I’m very happy with them. They work like they’re supposed to and have given me no trouble.
T.J. M - 10/27/2017


The Thule bike rack and security strap work very well. We had to purchase an extra bar for my wife's bicycle. Consequently, her bike doesn't fit as perfectly to the rack's tightening straps as mine. But overall, with some adjustments, we were able to make it work.


I purchased the Thule TH982XT bike adapter. It appears to work as advertised, however, there is no minimum length specification provided. The video claims this model will work on women's, as well as kids bikes; but when the adapter is fully reduced, it is still about 2-3" too long for my wife's bike. This causes the unit to drop down so the bar is not level, nor tight. I suppose it will still perform as intended.

Per the product description, the Thule TH982XT has a span that is adjustable from 16 to 31-12 inches. The bar with the shortest span would be the Yakima TubeTop, part # Y02531
Yakima Tube Top Bike Adapter Bar
which is adjustable from 14-12 to 31-12 inches. As long as the clamps on either end are secured and the rack is secured to the adapter bar, the bike wont go anywhere.
-- Etrailer Expert Mike L - 08/16/2018


Bar works well with the Thule rack. Look at instructions on how to open it up. Wasn't intuitive just looking at it, but pretty easy to use. It was a good buy and would recommend it if you get a Thule rack.


This bike bar is very easy to use. It is strong enough to hold my e-bike without risk of breaking..


This rack is excellent. Easy to install and easy to get the bikes on and off. We bought the adapter bar for my bike (women's). We live in the city and wanted a rack we could easily take on and off and store in the cargo area of our Renegade. This rack fits perfectly! The tilting function is worth spending the extra money so that we can still access our hatch back.

Also etrailer is a great company. The rack came quickly, well packed, and they opened the rack box and put the other parts we ordered inside the rack box to cut down an waste from extra shipping materials. We order all our racks and related gear for toting our skis and bikes from etrailer.


Now I can transport my mixte frame bike without a problem. The adapter also lets me hang the bike on a standard frame stand in the garage. Wonderful product!


Turns out that the adapter bar for women's bikes didn't make it easier for us to put two bikes on the Thule raceway Pro rack. I am returning it.

Carolyn,Thank you for your review. This adapter bar adapts womens, alternative, oversize and some childrens bike frames to fit various bike racks. It does allow the alternative frame bike to hang level which could create more room for a second bike.
-- Etrailer Expert Heather A - 02/06/2018


The bike adapter bar fits my 630 fat tire bike very well. The bike weighs 45 lbs with no signs of stress.


We got the Thule Raceway 2 carrier and a pair of Thule adapter bars. Both seem to be well designed and solidly constructed. The carrier itself is very heavy, and I'm a little worried about the stress that it and the bikes must put on the trunk lid. I'll be interested to see if it has deformed any sheet metal or the plastic bumper covering when I remove it.
I'm using the carrier on a new Dodge Dart, which is listed in the printed instructions, but just with a note to look online for updated new-model information. Unfortunately the Thule website seems to the even more outdated. It doesn't even list the Dart, and the carriers it shows are completely different models from the ones available now. But a phone call to E-trailer got me the information I needed for installation.
In connection with my purchase, I consulted several different E-trailer people via phone and e-mail, and all were very helpful and professional. Delivery was extremely fast. I entered my online order late Monday afternoon, and the shipment arrived shortly after noon on Wednesday.


Good Product replaces an earlier generation.
5-Star Customer Service from e-Trailer!

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  • Recommended Adapter Bar for 50 Pound Bike with 27" Handlebar to Seat Post Length
    The Thule Bike Adapter Bar # TH982XT will work great for the specs you mentioned, as it features an adjustable length of 16" to 31-1/2" (perfect for your 27" handlebar to seat post length) and a weight capacity of 50 pounds. One thing I do just recommend verifying is that you aren't exceeding the capacity of your trunk-mount rack. All of our available trunk bike racks top out at a 35 pound weight limit per bike so you may want to make sure your existing carrier is up to the task. I...
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  • What are the Measurements of Thule Adapter Bar 982XT When Fully Collapsed
    I measured the adapter bar # TH982XT and when full collapsed it measures 24-1/4 inches end to end, 20 inches on center, and 15-1/2 inches from the beginning of one opening to the beginning of the other opening.
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  • Compatibility and Weight Rating Thule Bike Frame Adapter Bar for Womens and Alternative Frame Bikes
    According to Thule the weight rating on the # TH982XT is 50 pounds. So just make sure her Huffy bike is 50 pounds or less and the # TH982XT will work out great.
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  • Where is the Length Range for the Thule Adapter Bar # TH982XT Measured From
    The distance range that the Thule Adapter Bar # TH982XT has refers to the distance inside the loops that attach to the bike frame. You aren't doing anything wrong with your adapter bar, you are just measuring from the wrong spot.
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  • Recommended Adapter Bar for a Thule Vertex Hitch Mounted Bike Rack on a 2011 Toyota Highlander
    The picture you sent was not able to open. If you can send another please do so. The Thule adapter bar # TH982XT is not required but it's a great option for some alternative bike frames such as women's, alternative, oversize and some children's bike frames. It attaches to your bike's seat post and handlebar stern post, providing a horizontal bar for the Thule Vertex to grab the handlebar stem. I have included a video review for you as well.
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  • Could TH982 be Swapped for TH982XT
    The TH982 is no longer available but it could easily be swapped with the # TH982XT if needed.
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  • Recommended Bike Adapter Bar For 20 Inch Post To Step Measurement
    For your 20 inch measurement of your wife's bike, I recommend the Thule Bike Adapter Bar for Women's and Alternative Frame Bikes # TH982XT. This adapter bar telescopes from 16" to 31-1/2" long, to give you a snug fit. This will allow the bike to sit in the cradle of a hanging rack level. The particular rack you use is what will prevent the sway, but if you use this adapter with a cradle that also attaches to the down tube, it will allow you to use that system using your bike seat tube...
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  • Recommendation for a Bike Adapter Bar for a Sierra Schwinn
    In order to transport a bike with an alternative frame such as the Schwinn Sierra, you will need a bike adapter bar, which attaches from the seat post to the handlebar stem post, allowing it to work with your bike rack. I recommend the Thule Bike Adapter Bar for Women's and Alternative Frame Bikes, # TH982XT, which extends from 16" to 31-1/2", and has a capacity of 35 lbs. I have included a link to a video review of the adapter bar far you.
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  • Comparing Thule Frame Bike Adapter Bar # TH982 and the Newer # TH982XT for Bike Racks
    I went out to the warehouse and pulled a Thule Adapter Bar, # TH982, and the updated version, # TH982XT. There are a few key differences between each product. For the TH982XT, Thule made several upgrades including an easier pushbutton mechanism to open the hooks on each end. Each rubber molded clamp end is the same size in the newer version. And the telescoping feature now has a pushbutton stop. The old design had a round shaft that would allow the smaller end to rotate inside the larger...
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  • Parts Needed to Carry a Mongoose XR-75 on the Thule TH914XT Roadway Bike Rack with a 2011 Rogue
    I checked out the Mongoose XR-75 online and the frame design will require the addition of an adapter bar. There will not be enough room in the frame for installation on a 2 arm bike rack like the Thule Roadway, # TH914XT. I would recommend the Thule Bike Adapter Bar, item # TH982XT, for your application, one for each bike that an adapter will be required for.
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    The Thule Vertex 2 Bike Carrier, part # TH9028, will fit your 2001 Jeep Cherokee Sport. This carrier can fit receivers with a 1-1/4 inch or a 2 inch opening. This carrier can hold 2 bikes, has a tilting feature, which will allow you access to the rear hatch of your Cherokee, and has a weight capacity of 70 lbs. I have linked you to a product review video for this carrier. If the ladies bike does not have a horizontal top frame tube I would recommend the Thule Bike Adapter Bar, part # TH982XT....
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  • What is the Weight Capacity of the Thule Bike Adapter Bar TH982XT
    I spoke with my contact at Thule and found that the adapter bar # TH982XT has a 35 pound capacity. If your bike is right at 35 pounds it would be a good idea to reduce the weight somehow if at all possible. Other adapter bars are rated lower so the Thule model is the best option. You will also need to make sure your bike rack is rated high enough for the bike. Most racks have a total capacity and a single bike capacity. If you can tell me the rack you have I might be able to determine the...
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  • How Wide is the Opening on the Thule Bike Adapter Bar # TH982XT
    The widest opening on the Thule adapter bar # TH982XT is 2-1/4 inches. The smaller end is 2 inches. I measured the other bike adapter bars that we have in the demo studio and 2-1/4 inches is the largest of any of them. If you are unable to use this or any other bar (and if you have to use an adapter bar) then I recommend a platform style bike rack instead. I have included a link to the options for you.
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  • Thule Raceway Trunk-Mount Bike Rack # TH9001 Recommendation For 2004 Mazda 6 Sedan
    Many of the trunk-mount bike racks are now designed to fit on vehicles with or without trunk spoilers. My favorite trunk-mount bike rack, hands down, is the Thule Raceway # TH9001. This bike rack holds 2 bikes with a weight limit of 35 lbs per bike and will work well on your 2004 Mazda 6 sedan. The best feature of the Raceway is the retractable cables. The cables have a longevity that straps just do not have. Straps tend to fatigue over time whereas the cables retain their strength. The...
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  • Trunk-Mount Bike Carrier Recommendation For 2006 Mercedes-Benz M-Class
    The bike carrier I recommend for your 2006 Mercedes-Benz M-Class, is the Thule Raceway 2 Bike Carrier, part # TH9001XT. It features 4 straps that will hold the carrier securely to the rear of your vehicle, and also has the patented Quick-Fit system for easy and quick set-up. If you are planning on carrying women's bikes or bikes with alternative frames like women's bikes or kids bikes, I recommend an adapter bar like part # TH982XT. This attaches between the seat post and the handlebar...
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  • Measuring Childs Bike to See if Thule Frame Adapter Bar # TH982XT Will Work
    Each of the frame adapter bars will list a minimum width. You can measure the distance between the handlebar gooseneck and the seat post as seen in the accompanying photo. The distance you measure would need to be longer than the minimum distance of the frame adapter bar you choose. For instance, the minimum width of the Thule # TH982XT is 16 inches. In order for the adapter to work on your bike, the gooseneck to seat post dimension on your bike would need to be greater than 16 inches.
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  • Using a Bike Adapter Bar 982XT on a Thule Gateway Bike Rack and Haro Heartland Express Bike
    Because the difference in height between the seat post and the handlebar gooseneck is so far on your Haro Heartland Express, you would not be able to get the bike perfectly level on a bike rack. That is ok though. It doesn't have to be perfectly level. If you can raise the seat it would help to keep the bike level. As far as the swaying goes the Thule Gateway # TH9006XT does have anti-sway cradles to prevent that from happening. On a bike like yours you may need to face it the other way...
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  • Is a Small Amount of Play in the Thule Bike Frame Adapter Bar TH982XT Normal
    Your setup sounds just fine. The adapter bar part # TH982XT will have a bit of play in it but it will not cause any problems. The ends of the bars do have different sizes. Typically it's the steering stem that requires the wider portion but as long as you get both the seat post and stem secured either way will work fine.
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  • Will the Thule Bike Adapter Bar # TH982XT Fit a Specialized Vita XS Bike
    I did some research on the Specialized Vita XS and have come to the conclusion that the Thule adapter bar # TH982XT will fit. But please note that the maximum length of the adapter is 31-1/2 inches. I have included a link to a video showing how the adapter works.
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  • Weight Capacity of Thule Bike Adapter Bar part # TH982XT
    The Thule adapter bar part # TH982XT that you referenced has a 35 lb capacity. At one time we were told that it's rated for 50 lbs but since then Thule has changed it's rating. 35 lbs is the highest rated adapter bar rating we have.
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  • Can Bike Frame Adapter Bars Be Used on Womens Bikes with Platform Bike Racks
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  • Is It Okay for Thule Bike Frame Adapter TH982XT to Fit Loosely
    It is okay for bike frame adapters like the Thule part # TH982XT to fit a little loose. As long as the hook on either end of the adapter are closed around the steering stem and seat post you are fine.
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  • Using A Thule Bike Adapter Bar Correctly
    You will always have trouble loading the second bike if your first bike is placed on the rack at that angle. The Thule Bike Adapter Bar for Women's and Alternative Frame Bikes, part # TH982XT, should be used around the stem and the seat post of your bike. I am guessing that your quick release seat post collar, I can see it in the photo, loosened and that is what caused the original problem. If your quick release post is tight you should not have a problem putting the frame adapter around...
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