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RockyMounts MonoRail Solo Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Wheel Mount

RockyMounts MonoRail Solo Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Wheel Mount

Item # RKY10007-05
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This lightweight, 2-bike rack is perfect for carrying e-bikes, fat bikes, or bikes with a carbon frame or custom paint job. Front bike position can be easily removed if you only need to carry 1 bike. 1-800-940-8924 to order RockyMounts hitch bike racks part number RKY10007-05 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all RockyMounts products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for RockyMounts MonoRail Solo Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Wheel Mount. Hitch Bike Racks reviews from real customers.
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RockyMounts Hitch Bike Racks - RKY10007-05

  • Platform Rack
  • 2 Bikes
  • Fits 1-1/4 Inch Hitch
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Fits 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitch
  • Folding Rack
  • Tilt-Away Rack
  • Carbon Fiber Bikes
  • Electric Bikes
  • Fat Bikes
  • Heavy Bikes
  • Wheel Mount
  • RockyMounts
  • Class 2
  • Class 3
  • Bike and Hitch Lock

This lightweight, 2-bike rack is perfect for carrying e-bikes, fat bikes, or bikes with a carbon frame or custom paint job. Front bike position can be easily removed if you only need to carry 1 bike.


Features:

  • Platform bike rack carries 2 bikes using your vehicle's hitch receiver
    • Front bike position can be easily removed if you only need to carry 1 bike
  • Ratcheting hooks on pivoting upright arms hold your bikes securely by the front wheels - no frame contact
  • Large front-wheel cradles and pivoting rear-wheel cradles let you carry bikes with different wheelbases
  • Adjustable bike trays slide 3" side to side to optimize bike spacing
  • Front-mounted, easy-release lever allows rack to tilt and fold
    • Tilts down with bikes loaded to access cargo area
  • Anti-rattle hitch pin reduces movement of rack in hitch receiver
  • Keyed-alike locks deter theft of your bikes and the rack
  • Durable steel and aluminum construction with black powder coat finish is corrosion resistant


Specs:

  • Application: 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" (Class II) and 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Carrying capacity: 2 bicycles
  • Weight capacity (per bike): 60 lbs
    • Add-on weight capacity: 40 lbs
    • 60 lbs per tray with add-on removed
  • Maximum tire width: 5.0"
  • Maximum wheelbase: 48"
  • Wheel diameter: 20" - 29"
  • Maximum distance between bicycles: 15"
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to:
    • Closest part of rack when folded down: 12"
    • Closest part of rack when folded up: 6-3/4"
    • Farthest part of rack when folded down: 38-1/2"
    • Farthest part of rack when folded up: 17-1/2"
  • Carrier weight: 38 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Approved for use on cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs - not approved for fifth wheels, motorhomes, towable campers, or flat-towed vehicles

Note: May interfere with bikes with front fenders.


Rotating Arms with Ratcheting Hooks

RockyMount MonoRail Solo Bike Rack Adjustable Arms

The MonoRail has ratcheting hooks that grab your bikes firmly by the front wheel - not the frame. It's perfect for carrying carbon bikes or bikes with a custom paint job. To load your bikes, simply place your front wheels in the cradles, rotate the arms up and over the wheels, and press down firmly on the ratcheting hooks.


Pivoting Rear Wheel Cradles

RockyMount MonoRail Solo Adjustable Ratchet Straps

The rear wheel cradles accommodate a wide variety of bike wheelbases. They pivot front to back, adjusting automatically to each bike's wheelbase - no need for sliding and tightening. Secure the wheels in place with the built-in ratcheting straps. The straps also include extenders for use with fat bikes.


Adjustable Bike Trays


RockyMounts MonoRail Solo Adjustable Bike Trays

The front and back trays adjust 3" side-to-side to ensure you have enough space when loading your bikes. Just remove the bolts where the tray attaches to the bottom of the rack, slide the trays left or right to achieve the desired spacing, and then reinstall the bolts. This will prevent your bikes' handlebars from becoming tangled, and it eliminates bike-to-bike contact.


Front-Mounted Release Lever for Easy Tilting

RockyMounts 2-Bike MonoRail Tilt Access

The rack tilts down - with or without your bikes loaded - so you can access your vehicle's rear cargo area. Because the tilt-release lever is located at the front of the rack, you don't have to worry about crawling through your bikes or squeezing between the rack and the vehicle to pull it. When you raise the rack back up, you'll hear a click to indicate it's secure.


RockyMounts 2-Bike MonoRail Solo Fold Up Design

When the rack is unloaded you can pull the lever to fold it up for storage. This means you don't have to remove it to park in small lots at the trail head or in cramped parking garages.

Easy Installation

RockyMounts MonoRail Anti Rattle Hitch Pin

It installs with a threaded, anti-rattle hitch pin. Simply slide the shank into your 2" hitch receiver, insert the threaded hitch pin, and tighten it down with the included tool. This will reduce noise and movement while the rack is installed.


RockyMounts MonoRail Solo Hitch Adapter

A removable adapter sleeve is included so the rack can be converted for use with 1-1/4" hitch receivers. The sleeve attaches to the shank with a single screw and can be installed or removed quickly.


Complete Security

RockyMount MonoRail Solo Built-In Cable Lock

Included locks secure your bikes to the rack and the rack to your vehicle. The integrated cable lock threads around your bikes' frames and inserts into the lock that slides along the cable.


RockyMount MonoRail Solo Locking Hitch Pin

The hitch lock simply snaps onto the hitch pin and locks in place. The cable and hitch lock are keyed alike, so you'll only need 1 key for both locks.



RKY10007 RockyMounts MonoRail Solo 1 Bike Platform Rack - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Wheel Mount

RKY10005 1 Bike Add-On for Rocky Mounts Mono Rail Solo or Mono Rail for 2" Hitches

Installation Details RKY10007-05 Installation instructionsAlternate Instructions RKY10007-05 Installation instructions



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RockyMounts MonoRail Solo Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Wheel Mount - RKY10007-05

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (122 Customer Reviews)

This lightweight, 2-bike rack is perfect for carrying e-bikes, fat bikes, or bikes with a carbon frame or custom paint job. Front bike position can be easily removed if you only need to carry 1 bike.

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Overall this is a good rack. It's very easy to use and requires no effort to get a bike mounted in seconds! It also can handle my fat bike with 4 inch tires. I did buy an extension from etrailer so I counld haul another bike. This extension ONLY has two short bolts to secure it to the rack which come loose all the time. Not a very good design and one of the bolts has stripped from having to tighten it so much. Needless to say I am disappointed and somewhat worried about putting a bike on the extension. If I did not have an extension for a secound bike I would have given this rack a much higher rating.



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1 year in, this remains a fantastic rack. It is best in the one-bike configuration, as it is more solid and the trunk on my VW Golf can be opened even with it raised. The extension is a little wobbly simply because it is a separate piece. You definitely need to crank down the screws on the extension periodically.

Overall, if you want a one-bike rack that can accommodate a buddy's bike for the occasional ride, this is perfect. If you need two all the time, I'd look for a single-piece unit for the sturdiness. But the tray style is 1000% the way to go!



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Info shared by manufacturer for display on all web sites is different than that shared in product manual. "Weight capacity (per bike): 60 lbs. Add-on weight capacity: 40 lbs." For a 2 rack carrier, this implies it's 60#/bike. It's not. It's only 60# if only 1 bike. When add on the rack for the 2nd bike, it drops weight capacity for both bikes. So our 35# and 47# bikes can no be carried by this carrier.

2nd: No amount of struggle on our part could enable is to attach the 2nd rail. Can't remember now if holes didn't align, or screw/bolt couldn't be joined. But shouldn't have to hire someone to re-engineer screws/bolts.

As a single rack, it's nice. But we wanted a double rack and this doesn't do what info implied.

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.

9/29/2022

You mentioned that you were disappointed with the weight capacity of the bike rack when using the second tray. I did recheck the capacity of the rack, and it is 60 pounds with one bike and the second tray allows an additional 40-pound bike to be carrier. We do offer bike racks that would give you more capacities such part # HLY84FR and part # HLY64FR that can carry 80 pounds per bike or part # BA22B which can carry 60 pounds per bike.



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I like the RKY10007-05 a lot. It has a couple of thousand miles on it already.
Easy to load and dependable.



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The rocky mounts bike works great. It is sturdy holding two bikes and it is easy to mount bikes and remove them. The wheel mount rack secures the bike much better than the frame mount rack I used to have and it is much better for the bike to be mounted this way. My only suggestion would be to make it easier to install/remove the rack from the vehicle hitch receptacle as it can be a challenge to reach the securing bolt. Aside from that, this is a great product that I have recommended to friends.



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Very happy with the bike rack. And customer service from etrailer was very good. When I was trying to assemble it, couldn't quite figure out one step They worked with me on the phone and we figured it out I have had the hitch for a year and would buy it again.



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I received the rack last night and installed it this morning with no troubles on a 2015 Toyota RAV 4. The quality and fit are terrific. It is very easy to use, is well designed, and folds up and out of the way or down to let the hatch open nicely. It is a solid piece of gear. I'm quite pleased with the product and I have no major complaints.

Two minor points:
1. Others point out the locks don't seem especially rugged, and I agree. I'm looking for a better after-market version, though the one included will keep the opportunistic possibly dishonest person inclined to honesty.
2. The hooks which extends and anchors the front tire down is anodized metal, which does come in contact with the bike frames, and will wear the finish off on the bikes at the top of the forks. I used two layers of felt tape on the contact point, which should prevent any problems from arising.

I remain impressed by the great service from eTrailer, and will come back here for anything else I need. Nice work, everyone.



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Solid as the day I bought it. Used for two hybrid bikes. Easy on-off loading. Still love it!



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Had the rack put on, and the fellow that helped me felt it was the nicest rack to work with. I have a extremely heavy Ebike, and this rack makes my job a dream. Load it on, and away I go. The tires fit nicely in the holders, and everything is secure. Highly Recommend.



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This bike rack is doing the job. It holds my e-mt bike and also a rode bike. Very easy to use.



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Very nice bike rack. Easy to assemble and to mount your bike. I have not yet driven on rough roads but around town the rack is very solid with little sway.



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I received my order and was able to assemble and install it very quickly and trouble free. I will not hesitate to order anything else for you at this time should I need something.

Linda Bailey



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This thing is great! Exactly what I needed. So easy to load up and holds my FT bike 5” tire no problems at all. So glad I picked this up.



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It’s easy to use. Bikes are very secure well put together



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The locks could be better quality



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I just finished installing this rack on my 2017 Subaru Outback. I've been researching platform racks for about 2 months now, and the most important things to me (other than a reasonable price) were no frame contact, ease of getting the bike on and off the rack, not too heavy for me to take it off the car, and enough clearance in the back for me to close my garage door. This rack is perfect for me. And I like that it's expandable to two bikes if I want to do that down the line. It came very well packaged. I am a single gal and not handy AT ALL, but I was able to do the installation with no problem. I did put my bike on the rack and took a short test ride, it was very stable. Very solid well made product!



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could have been so much better if the front wheel backstop had been designed to fold back to allow easier loading of front tire. almost a deal breaker. the install was straight forward, all parts accounted for and decent materials for the price. but like I said with a bit of thoughtful engineering with that front backstop it would have rated a 4 that's if no surprises come up traveling a distance with the bike loaded. My bike is RadCity 5+ and weighs about 55 pounds without the battery. The weight compounds the awkward loading with that tall front backstop in the way. I doubt I would have noticed if I had been loading a light weight road bike.



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Easy, clear instructions for assembly. Sturdy construction. Easily removed from vehicle if not using for a while. Love the blue pull handle to change orientation of rack, with or without bike mounted. Bike loading with my heavier hybrid is no problem, even for this "old" lady.



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Feels solid, minimal wobbling. Easy to get bike on and off, and to access the trunk with the bike on. Like that it can be expanded to hold 2 bikes, and the relatively low cost. Used with a Curt hitch from this site on a 2017 Miata.



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I'm a repeat customer of RockMounts and Etrailer. You can't beat RockyMounts products and build quality and you can't beat Etrailer prices, shipping and customer service. Awesome!



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This was my very first purchase ever of a bike rack and I have to say that not only was etrailer.com the best price I found but also the most helpful with information on the various racks available. I wanted a single bike rack for my new eBike and after looking through numerous possibilities, finally decided on the Rockymounts Monorail Solo as not only did it fit the bill for a single bike but also has the advantage of an add-on rack should I ever decide I need to haul around two bikes rather than just one.

My major priorities were a rack that would safely hold the additional weight of an eBike, be easy to mount as I'm older and have a bad back on occasion and not break the bank with cost. After watching the available online video and using the easy-to-follow enclosed instructions and tools, I was able to install the RockyMounts Monorail Solo rack quite effortlessly by myself in less than 30 minutes.

Loading and unloading my bike (which weighs about 50 pounds) is quite easy and when not in use, the rack folds up close to the back of my car. Should I need to access the back of my Tucson while the bike is loaded, it's very easy to lean the rack forward and open the hatch. Overall I am very pleased with this product and would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a solo rack.



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This works really well for my single electric bike. The bike is heavy and this rack handles the the weight well. At first I had trouble lifting the bike onto the rack because I was trying to lift the entire bike at once. I learned that it is much easier to lift the rear tire into place and loosely strap it and then lift the front of the bike into place and clamp the front tire in place. Then you make adjustments to the clamp and strap to fully secure the bike. This way you’re only lifting half the bikes weight and it’s a lot easier to handle. You can remove the bike in the same manner, one wheel at a time.

I’ve enjoyed using this rack. I’ve had it a year and believe it’s a quality product.


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