SportRack Ridge Swing 4 Bike Rack - 2" Hitches - Swinging

SportRack Ridge Swing 4 Bike Rack - 2" Hitches - Swinging

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  • Hanging Rack
  • 4 Bikes
  • Swing-Away Rack
  • SportRack
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Class 3
  • Locks Not Included
  • Frame Mount
This hitch-mounted 4-bike carrier has a swing-away design that lets you easily access your rear cargo area without removing bikes from the rack. Dual arms with anti-sway cradles securely hold your bikes in place and fold down for storage. Call 800-298-8924 to order SportRack hitch bike racks part number SR2415 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all SportRack products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for SportRack Ridge Swing 4 Bike Rack - 2" Hitches - Swinging. Hitch Bike Racks reviews from real customers.


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SportRack Hitch Bike Racks - SR2415

This hitch-mounted 4-bike carrier has a swing-away design that lets you easily access your rear cargo area without removing bikes from the rack. Dual arms with anti-sway cradles securely hold your bikes in place and fold down for storage.


Features:

  • Hitch-mounted carrier lets you transport up to 4 bikes on the back of your vehicle
  • Hinged base allows the rack to swing away from vehicle for easy access to rear cargo area
    • Rack swings away with bikes loaded
  • Anti-sway cradles with rubber straps securely hold bike frames at 3 points
    • Prevent bike-to-bike and bike-to-vehicle contact
    • Slide and rotate along the rack arms to ensure proper bike spacing
  • Dual arms provide excellent bike support
    • Fold down for storage
  • Anti-rattle hitch pin secures the rack to your vehicle
    • Reduces movement and noise of the rack in your hitch
  • Steel construction with black powder coat finish is strong, durable, and rust resistant
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Carrying capacity: 4 bicycles
  • Weight Capacity: 140 lbs
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to back of upright mast: 9-1/2"
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to upright arm in fully extended position: 36"
  • Length of dual arms: 25"
  • Distance between dual arms (outside cradle to outside cradle): 13"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


Approved for use on cars, trucks, vans, and SUVsNot Approved for use on RVs, motor homes, and travel trailers

Note: This dual-arm rack reduces the need for a bike frame adapter bar (sold separately) to mount a children's, women's, or alternative frame bicycle. However, to mount certain bikes or to keep your bike level on the rack, a bike adapter bar may be required. Most step-through bikes, dual-suspension bikes, and small children's bikes will require a bike adapter bar.


The Ridge Swing 4 outshines other racks with its swing-away design. The 4-bike rack swings outward and locks in place - with bikes mounted - so you can access your rear cargo area quickly and with little effort. Anti-sway cradles keep your bikes securely held in place on the rack, and the dual arms fold down for storage when not in use.


Swing-Away Design

SportRack Ridge Swing 4 swinging position

The Ridge Swing 4 lets you access your vehicle's rear cargo area without removing your bikes from the rack. Simply loosen the knob attached to the anti-rattle bolt, pull up on the black handle, and swing the rack away from the rear of your vehicle. Insert the pin into the rack's arm joint to lock it in place in the 45-degree and fully extended positions. This allows you to keep the rack stationed out of the way. Remove the pin to fold the rack back against your vehicle.


Anti-Sway Cradles

This rack has anti-sway cradles that prevent bike-to-bike and bike-to-vehicle contact. They grab your bikes by the seat posts and at 2 points on the top tubes. The cradles rotate and slide along the dual arms for proper bike spacing, and rubber straps secure your bikes in place.


Folding Dual Arms

The rack's dual arms provide excellent bike support and better accommodate bikes of different shapes and sizes. Remove the pin and safety latch in the dual arm base to fold the arms down for storage when not in use.


Anti-Rattle Hitch Pin

This rack comes with an anti-rattle hitch pin. The threaded pin reduces noise and movement of the rack in your hitch. For security, a cable lock and hitch lock (sold separately) are available to lock your bikes to the rack and the rack to your vehicle.



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Video of SportRack Ridge Swing 4 Bike Rack - 2" Hitches - Swinging


Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.




Video Transcript for SportRack Ridge Swing 4 Bike Rack Review

Today, we're going to be taking a look at the Sportrack Ridge Swing 4-bike rack, part number SR 2415. This 4-bike rack has a swing away design that let's you easily access your rear cargo area without having to remove your bikes. The dual arms are going to provide excellent support for our four bikes. It secures our bike in three spots with adjustable rubber straps. We've got two for the top tube and then one for the down tube. This one is going to be our anti-sway.

It's going to help reduce the sway on our bike from side to side when we're on the road. The cradles themselves are made out of a soft rubber and they are adjustable along the dual arms and they feature raised grooves to accommodate our break cables. The dual arms extend out from the center mast roughly 25 inches and they fold down for storage, just pull the pin, pull it out, realign the holes, put that back and lock it in place and we've got it. The bike rack has a 140-pound weight capacity and it's made out of a sturdy steel construction with a nice black powder coat finish so it's going to resist rust and corrosion. Now that we've gone over some of the features, I'll go ahead and show you how to get it installed. Now, it is a little heavy. It's not a bad idea to go a hand here when lifting it up because most of the weight it out to this side.

We'll go ahead and push it in. We'll line up the pinholes. That looks pretty good. We'll take our included anti-rattle bolt and thread it through here on the passenger side. The nice thing about this anti-rattle bolt is it's going to help reduce the play and the rattle within our hitch and our bike rack, as you can see without that being tightened up, there's a lot of play there.

Let's go ahead and tighten that down. Now, it does come with all the tools to tighten it down. We're going to use our socket wrench here today. It feels pretty good. Give it another shake there. As you could see, most of the play there is gone.

Now, we're almost ready to load up our bike. Let's go ahead and raise up the dual arms. Now let's undo our rubber straps. Then we can grab our bike. We're going to come up and over the dual arms and work our way to the back, set it nicely in the cradles. We're going to make sure that the down tube is inaudible 02:28 up nicely with this cradle right here. Bring that around first. Get that nice and secure and then finally our top tube. For women's and children's and bikes with alternative frame styles, this may require the new Pro Bike Adapter Bar, Sportrack makes one, part number SR0500. Now that we've got one bike loaded up, let's go ahead and load up three more and then check it out on our test course and see how it performed. Here on our test course, let's go onto our slalom. This is going to show side to side action such as going around corners or evasive maneuvering. Then onto our alternative speed bumps, this is going to show a twisting action such as going over potholes or uneven pavement. Then finally onto our solid speed bumps, this is going to show an up and down action such as pulling in and out of a driveway or out of a parking garage. That's going to complete our look at the Sportrack Ridge Swing 4-bike rack, part number SR2415.


Customer Reviews

SportRack Ridge Swing 4 Bike Rack - 2" Hitches - Swinging - SR2415

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (22 Customer Reviews)

This hitch-mounted 4-bike carrier has a swing-away design that lets you easily access your rear cargo area without removing bikes from the rack. Dual arms with anti-sway cradles securely hold your bikes in place and fold down for storage.

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Product works exactly as advertised and expected. Simply a darn good rack at a darn good price! 225828



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Works well with multiple bikes (beach cruiser, mountain, kid) on a 4RUNNER. Very happy work my purchase. 485588



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I am very pleased with this product . The cost was good and the product works well. I have used it on my pickup for hauling my bikes back & forth from Tucson to Detroit. It does swing the bikes to out of the way to permit entry into the pick up truck bed. 437170



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I bought a few of these for our police bike Patrol unit. We use them year around and everyday. They are holding up great and we love them. The price was right too. 340890



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This bike rack is very sturdy. It arrived on time as promised and it was packaged very well. I am very impressed by all the video help that my husband and I referred to once to figure out how to swing it out since the printed instructions did not include this. And the video demonstrated this while on my year make and model vehicle. I would definitely recommend this bike rack. Make sure you get adapter bars if your bike does not have a straight bar. I was glad that was recommended and I ordered those at the same time. We'll done etrailer! 279214



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Not too bad to put together (30 min. Needed two crescent wrenches). Seems very solid. It is quite heavy for me to lift and put on the vehicle, but I can do it (50 yr old). I like the anti sway connections. The rubber bands are a bit hard to get on at first, but I suppose that they do need to hold fast on the bikes. The swing mechanism is fantastic and wide enough for my suburban and CR-V. This will allow me to take all our bikes down for family vacations in beautiful southern Utah! Here we come! 517700



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I used the SR2415 on my 2014 Honda CRV EX because I wanted a bike carrier that would allow me easy trunk access. The package arrived quickly and without any problems. The rack is heavy though and assembly was a challenge. The directions were not clear in text or pictures and some it took some "muscle" to get it all together. I was particularly frustrated when one of the nuts was screwed too far onto the end of the screw ( inside the part that attaches to the hitch) and I was unable to screw the bolt onto the other bar and attach the locking mechanism. I finally figured out that I needed to move the nut up further on the screw but I had to put the wrench inside the bar to do so. This rack took about 2 hours to assemble due to the unclear directions. I would rate the assembly poor but once I loaded my bike the rack did exactly what I had wanted. It easily gives me access to the trunk. One twist and I can swing everything out of the way. My cruiser bike held up great during my travels. The only thing is that the bike did shift a bit on the bar, so where you rest the bike was slanted and not across from each other when I arrived. This did not impact the stability or my ability to travel with my bike. 215630


Comments

I still really like the rack but it is still a work in progress figuring it out. I recently changed up my child seat carrier and was worried it would not work on the bike. The Universal bar that your company had suggested and I bought last year but never used was the answer to my prayers. After trying it out in a few positions- it is perfect. I would still recommend it for a less expensive, sturdy swinging rack.

Sharon D - 08/05/2016

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I was unsure how this would perform due to the price point compared to the big name swing away racks, but we are really happy we chose the SportRack. It is rock solid and really well built. The instructions are a little weak but it was overall easy to put together, I did it myself in about 30 minutes. It is a little heavy but i had no problem attaching it to my hitch by myself. Once installed it feels like it is part of the van, no wiggling or shaking around at all. We just did a 2000 mile shakedown trip with it and needed to swing it away frequently to access the back of our camper van, it worked flawlessly, and released and returned to place in seconds. It was great that we could leave the bikes on the rack and kept on the side of the van while we were camping, where they were completely secure but out or the way. We received a lot of positive comments on it from other travelers. Just a couple of things to note: 1. You need to check the tightness of the threaded pin every so often when traveling. We did find that is loosened up a bit a couple times, so i checked it whenever we stopped for fuel. Also care is required to make sure the pin is lined up and turns easily when tightening,,it feels like it could strip if it is misaligned. Sometimes a little wiggle or lift on the arm is needed to get it in place. 2. The wire that attaches the safety pin to the rack can get pinched in the swinging hinge if it isn't placed properly, just need to be aware of where it is hanging when you pull it out 3. We had two hybrid bikes on it, might have been able to figure out how to squeeze in a third but don't think we really could get four on. 4, We bought a locking hitch pin and due to the tight space between our hitch and the bumper, the lock faces down and away from the back of the car, so you either have to unlock it blind or lay under the bumper. 5. If the rack had an integral bike lock or some way to attach a cable lock to it, this would be a 6 star review! 271657



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Solid rack for half the price of the name brands. Don’t waste your money! Thanks to the extensive reviews on etrailer and a free shipping promotion I took a chance and ordered this along with the three of their crossbars, anti rattle hitch pin and cable lock. All for well less than the name brand rack alone. Shipping was painful. Etrailer said it was in stock but then due to a delay with the manufacturer it took 35 days from order to arrival. I wasn’t in a hurry so I waited patiently, and etrailer reps emailed often to lmk they hadn’t forgotten. I thought some kind of reward for my extreme patience was in order- discount, gift card, free bag of chips- but they politely declined. Oh well. In the end it arrived when they (eventually) said it would, all in one box, in great shape. The rack was super easy to assemble. You’ll need a ratchet or two and you’ll need to crank those bolts to assemble- they don’t just “insert.” But otherwise it’s only a few steps; I had mine hanging on my truck in probably 15 minutes. Swings away and locks smoothly and requires no effort to do so. Everything feels quite sturdy and well made. No rattle on initial test drive either. This will be a once in a while rack at best for our family of four. We have two SUVs so I needed a rack that could get out of the way of the rear hatch WITH bikes on it. This will do that. And now I don’t need to stuff four dirty bikes into the back of my truck, getting them all tangled and scratched! 500761



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Instructions are horrible. Should be a simple assemble but its not. Product appears to be solid and is currently working as advertised. Wish it didn't have a bolt connection to hitch so I could you use my locking hitch pin. Clearance for Jeep spare tire is an issue when rack is folded down. When up holding bikes not an issue, unless I get bigger tires 282940


Comments

product works great and has been working great for a year

Ryan - 08/12/2017

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2017 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon and 2017 Toyota Tacoma - Having heavily researched this and other products for a 4 bike rack for our Rubicon and Tacoma, I decided on the SR2415. The Rubicon was the concern with finding a rack that would work for both vehicles. We have an after market Class III hitch on the Rubicon that is almost flush with the rear bumper (protrudes about 1" or less). This rack came very close to touching the tire at the top when the Bike Holder Bar is in the stored position (about 1/2" of clearance). We have BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM LT255-75-R17. Purchased a Locking Hitch pin with this, but the rack comes with a threaded ping and the racks pin hole is also threaded on the right side. Was not able to use the locking bolt but the bolt that came with it holds it very tight. Only concern it being stolen. The Tacoma wasn't a concern but having the swing feature is extremely helpful for needing to access the bed/tailgate.Swings out and away from the Jeep with a little more effort than expected. Overall we are very happy and excited to start using this and will report back any updates. Hitch: Smittybilt JH45 Receiver Hitch Read Tire: BFGoodrich Mud-Terrain T/A KM LT255-75-R17 Vehicles: 2017 Jeep Rubicon and 2017 Toyota Tacoma Dimensions: Tire to Closest Part to Rack: ~1/2in or less (Top of Rack when folded down - Folded out for use is 3-4 inches) Next Closest Point of Contact: Hand Tightening Bolt is 1-2 in from the tire, makes it a little difficult to tighten. 512829



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Easy to put together. Holds bikes securely. Easy to use. Can open the back door of Rav 4 completely. Pretty heavy but not too heavy to hang on the upper hook in the garage for storage. 355658



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I chose this rack for my 2014 Jeep Wrangler 4-door so that I would be able to get into the back without taking the bikes off, it works perfectly in this respect and made a long road trip much easier. The only issue with the fit is when you rotate the rack into the folded down position it will rub a little bit on the spare tire, I have the stock Goodyear spare on mine. If you are using a wider tire you'll likely have to add a short hitch extension to make it work for you or else just leave the rack in the up position all the time. A couple days after I bought this rack we drove up to Acadia National Park in Maine from our home in Northwestern PA, it was a 12+ hour drive one way and this rack held up great there and back. No excess shifting or bouncing and the straps are very easy to use without feeling like they're going to tear apart (or tear your hand apart). The rack weathered quite a bit of rain and damp, foggy days and shows no signs of being affected by it. I will note that when I put it together I added extra grease to all the hinge pins/bolts and the spring-loaded pin. All around it was a great performer at half the price of the Yakima and Thule counterparts; it's essentially the same design without all the "chrome" so-to-speak. 398442



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So, it has been just about a year since this purchase and we've been pleased with this hitch rack for the money. With its heavy gauge steel construction it is on the heavy side, but we would pay a lot more for a lighter model and this has worked well for us. I was going between 4 and 5 stars since this rack is VERY tight for 4 adult-sized mountain bikes with thicker aluminum frames, but we can get them all on there in a pinch (and we more typically use it for 2 or 3 bikes). Very solid and tight for even long trips and the fold/swing mechanisms have held up well. I think this rack should be on anyone's list for comparison shopping for hitch racks (we use it on a CR-V). 657853



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We have been taking extended trips for years with a variety of bike racks, and just got back from a 9,000 mile trip from NC across the SW looking for deserts in flower, up the CA coast, and back across Utah and CO. We often leave the highway to take rough roads that say 4wd high clearance recommended, but we manage in our 2wd Tacoma. We only hauled 2 bikes, but we added a shelf for a 6 gal gas can because we were often far from a gas station. Our bike rack made a 2 month backcountry camping trip so much easier! Totally satisfied! 643390



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After purchasing the Sportrack 4-bike swinging rack. I was emailed for comments regarding the performance of the rack and subsequent satisfaction with the product. I am very impressed with the Sportrack, it has performed great. However, I must admit it is very difficult to attach the straps to the carriers. It is trying to force a round hole onto a square peg. Particularly on cold mornings. 639548



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excellent 592472



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This is a great product that works exactly like it's supposed to we love it 592081



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Great bike rack. Swings away easily to access back storage of vehicle. Have had for one year and no problems. 573532



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I just received it put it together and put it on truck look fine must figure out to put different types of bikes on it ! Thanks 543894



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Really sturdy and simple to assemble. It is quiet heavy, but one fairly fit person can handle easily. 445690



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Very sturdy equipment item, I would recommend this item for sure. 314813


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  • Will SportRack Swing-Away Bike Rack Clear the Spare Tire on a 2011 Toyota RAV4
  • First, in order to use the SportRack swinging bike rack # SR2415 your 2011 Toyota RAV4 would have to have a trailer hitch with a 2 inch receiver opening such as # 75235. On the RAV4 models on which we installed Class III hitches with 2 inch receivers the average distance from the center of the hitch pin hole back to clear the spare tire is approximately 6-1/2 inches. The SportRack bike rack sticks out 9-1/2 inches so it will clear the spare tire on your RAV4. I have linked a video showing...
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