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Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Wheel Mount

Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Wheel Mount

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This platform-style carrier holds 1 bike by the wheels with a ratcheting hook - no frame contact. Accommodates most types of bikes including fat bikes and eBikes. Rack folds up against vehicle when not in use. Includes locks for bike and hitch. Call 800-298-8924 to order Thule hitch bike racks part number TH9041 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Thule products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Wheel Mount. Hitch Bike Racks reviews from real customers.
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Thule Hitch Bike Racks

  • Platform Rack
  • 1 Bike
  • Thule
  • Fold-Up Rack
  • Fits 1-1/4 Inch Hitch
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Fits 1-1/4 and 2 Inch Hitch
  • Carbon Fiber Bikes
  • Electric Bikes
  • Fat Bikes
  • Heavy Bikes
  • Class 1
  • Class 2
  • Class 3
  • Wheel Mount
  • Bike and Hitch Lock

This platform-style carrier holds 1 bike by the wheels with a ratcheting hook - no frame contact. Accommodates most types of bikes including fat bikes and eBikes. Rack folds up against vehicle when not in use. Includes locks for bike and hitch.


Features:

  • Hitch-mounted, platform-style rack carries 1 bike on the back of your vehicle
  • Versatile design fits most bikes regardless of size, weight, frame design, suspension, or brake style
    • Accommodates most eBikes
  • Ratcheting hook on pivoting upright arm holds your bike securely by the front wheel - no frame contact
  • Large front-wheel holder and rear-wheel cradle make it easy to load bike
    • Sliding rear-wheel cradle with ratcheting strap adjusts to fit bikes of most lengths
    • Deep wheel holder and extra-long wheel strap accommodate fat bike tires up to 5" wide
  • Adjustable bike tray slides front to back and side to side to optimize bike positioning
  • HitchSwitch lever lets you fold the rack up aginast your vehicle when not in use
  • Integrated cable lock secures your bike to the rack
  • SnugTite hitch lock secures the rack to your vehicle
    • Eliminates movement and rattle in the hitch
  • Removable adapter sleeve converts the rack for use with 1-1/4" hitches
  • Convenient carry handle makes rack easy to transport
  • Solid steel construction with black powder coat finish is stylish and rust resistant
  • Made in the USA


Specs:

  • Application: 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" and 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Carrying capacity: 1 bicycle
  • Weight capacity: 65 lbs
  • Wheel diameter: 20" - 29"
  • Maximum tire width: 5"
  • Maximum wheelbase: 48"
  • Strap length: 18"
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to:
    • Closest part of rack when folded down: 7"
    • Farthest part of rack when folded down: 28-3/4"
    • Closest part of rack when folded up: 6-1/2"
    • Farthest part of rack when folded up: 14-1/4"
  • Cable lock length: 26-1/4"
  • Carrier weight: 29 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty


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


9041 Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Folding - Wheel Mount

Item # TH9041






Customer Reviews

Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Wheel Mount - TH9041

Average Customer Rating:  4.3 out of 5 stars   (11 Customer Reviews)

This platform-style carrier holds 1 bike by the wheels with a ratcheting hook - no frame contact. Accommodates most types of bikes including fat bikes and eBikes. Rack folds up against vehicle when not in use. Includes locks for bike and hitch.

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What I didn't know was I needed to know the precise length of the bike I intend to haul so it doesn't hang too much to one side or the other. That is good and bad. Since I was told this was the only choice for a 2015 Mustang. This is what I'm stuck with. Better than nothing for a heavy E mountain bike. 563735



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Hi im happy with my purchase it is Easy to install took me 30min installing and adjusting parts. I like with the thule it has key lock and cord lock to wrap around the frame.i feel secure leaving my bike when ever i go to a restaurant to eat.And also i can open my back trunk with the bike on no hustle . Great product to any size of bike i will surely recommend this product looks amazing and durable 559905



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NOT Recommended! I am please with etrailer.com and would order from etrailer.com again. With regards to the Thule single bike (FAT TIRE version) rack, I would NOT recommend it. My ebike nearly fell over while driving on the highway. I have the rack mounted on a Toyota Tacoma and the plastic cup which is designed to hold the front tire, does not hold a 4 inch Fat Bike tire very well. It appears wind is catching the front edge of the tire and the wheel turns and then pops out. This happened to me on the highway. I had noticed the issue developing after a previous drive a highway speeds, so fortunately I had placed a couple safety cables onto the bike. The newer version by Thule may be ok, as the front wheel cups on the new version appear on-line to be more substantial. Support from Thule was non-existent (hard to reach). Etrailer.com was helpful. I provided them a photo taken from along side the highway showing the bike hanging over. If you are using this rack I suggest you block the wheel so it can turn and pop out and put an extra safety strap / bungies to ensure the bike stays in place. I wanted to love this rack but I don't like the stress it has caused and the lack of support was disappointing. I'm glad I purchased via etrailer.com as they were helpful when the OEM was not. 817944



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I can not ask for a better bike rack. I have a fat tire electric bike which is a out 60 lbs. This rack holds it with ease. I feel though that the rear tire chock strap could use about 3 to 5 more inches of length just to give better length of grip around the tire. I have to place a cargo strap over the rear tire to lock it down. Overall a great product. 816285



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The product was as stated and I love it. I could have bought this on other sites but didn't due to all the information etrailer provides you with on all their products. Expert and truthful reviews, fantastic Q&As that provide the links to accessories or other recommended products. I know a lot about bike racks now. I received a follow up email the day of deliver to check on my satisfaction. Fantastic customer service! In short, I will continue to shop using etrailer whenever possible. 784348



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The Thule Bike Rack T1 (TH9041) comes with a User's Manual that is terrible: other than the warranty page, every step of the instructions consisted of hieroglyphic drawings which you were expected to figure out what they meant. Why is Thule using hieroglyphics in its Manual is beyond me, since most people can read English, the language of it's previous user manuals. Frankly, even English-language user manuals coming out of China do a better job at communicating instructions than this product's manual. I also had a pet-peeve with the pull-out locking cable. My complaint was that the unit I received appeared to be missing part of the black rubber that covers/protects the pull-out cable precisely at the spot where the user would apply pressure with his/her fingers for wrapping the cable around the bike (pic attached). In time, a review of the pics in the ad revealed that this appears to be the way the rack was designed by Thule. The reason, if there is one, isn't yet obvious to me. A second question I had was about what appeared to be a third lock in the rack. If locks #1 and #2 are one at [1] the bolt that secures the rack to the hitch and one at [2] the lock that secures the pull-out cable so it can secure the bike to the rack, there is a third lock that is located at the J hook (pic2). There's absolutely nothing on the User's Guide (not even in its hieroglyphic drawings) that refers to this lock - let alone how to use it. It would had been better is the existence and use of this 3rd lock was explained somewhere. I had a similar hitch-mounted rack before but it accommodated 2 bikes. I needed to replace that rack because it was already showing signs of deterioration, but at the same time I no longer needed a rack for 2 bike, but only one. This rack will allow me to take my bike to the local trail about 15 minutes away, on a rack lighter that my older 2-bike rack. a lighter rack was also important to me so I can spend less energy removing it prior to going thru the car wash. 777210



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Well constructed hitch. Problem is that with hitch either in raised position or with a bike on the carrier, the rear hatch will NOT open. Vehicle is a 2020 Porsche Cayenne. Rear hatch can only be used when no bike on hitch and hitch in lowered position. Did not have this problem with a competitor's hitch on my old Volvo. Instructions could be clearer as initially installed upside down. Could use more photos in instructions. 711943



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Great single bicycle carrier. I had a hatch mounted carrier before this one. A well needed solution to the hatch style carrier. Used it for a "27.5 plus" MTB and also a 29er. Worked fine for both. You may need a longer strap for the rear wheel if transporting a "plus" MTB. You will need a longer strap is transporting a "fat tire" MTB. If you will never carry a 2nd bike, this is a great carrier. If there is a chance you will take 2 bikes, get the 2 bike carrier. Upgrading the single carrier to a dual carrier isn't practical. There have been times that I wanted to ride with a friend and bring their bike. But a 2 bike carrier would be needed. Highly recommended single bike carrier. Bolt that holds carrier to car hitch requires a special wrench (included) deters theft. Carrier folds up easily when not in use. 585246



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On time delivery, easy assembly & install. I did a pretrial fit to be sure I had all the adjustments covers, all went well... ready to go and Ride! 500995



- TH9041
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Easy to follow instructions. Very high quality components. Fully assembled and installed in about 30 minutes. 491209



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Super hitch! 484315


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Ask the Experts about this Thule Hitch Bike Racks

  • Best Bike Rack for E-Bike with Fenders
    I do have an option for you but since your e-bike has fenders, the Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack part # TH9041 will not work for you. Instead, I recommend the Rola Convoy 1 Bike Platform Rack part # 59307 which can be used as a frame mount bike rack and has a 50 lb weight capacity. The Convoy has a tilting feature that will allow for access to the rear cargo area without having to remove the rack and it comes with a five year warranty. I have attached a review video for you as well.
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  • Bike Rack Needed to Clear Tailgate on Short Bed Pickup
    For your situation I believe that the Kuat Transfer 1 # TS01B is going to be your best bet because when I pulled the Thule T1 # TH9041 from the warehouse I found that from the center of the hitch pin hole to the middle of the wheel tray is about 22-1/4" (see attached photo). Since the T1 doesn't have a tilting feature it is more likely that your handlebar may interact with your tailgate but you can test it out on your end by holding your bike in this general area. The Transfer on the...
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  • Kuat Transfer 1 Compared To Thule T1 Bike Rack On 2018 Mazda CX-5 Carrying Carbon Fiber Bikes
    Both racks are a great choice and will fit the hitch but the Kuat Transfer part # TS01B is your best option because it weighs about 3 lbs less than the Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack part # TH9041 which isn't much but makes it a bit easier to take in and out of the hitch. The rack weighs about 26 lbs. It also tilts-away with the bike still attached for easy rear cargo access compared to the Thule that does not tilt-away at all. The Kuat does not come with the locks you will need part # PTSCLK12...
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  • Thule T1 Vs. RockyMounts MonoRail Solo For 2019 Trek Farley 7 Fat Tire Bike
    Jade thank you for all of the helpful information. All three bike rack options you have narrowed down your search to: the Kuat Transfer 1 Bike Platform Rack for Fat Bike part # TS01B-FB, Thule T1 part # TH9041 and RockyMounts MonoRail Solo 1 part # RKY10007 are great choices for a fat bike. However, the tire of your particular fat bike, the 2019 Trek Farley 7 fat bike has a tire that is too wide for the Kuat Transfer 1 part # TS01B-FB so that eliminates that option for you. The RockyMounts...
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  • Class 2 Hitch And eBike Carrier For A Chevy Bolt
    The EcoHitch Hidden Trailer Hitch Receiver # 306-X7359 provides a 2" receiver and is a confirmed fit for the 2017 Chevrolet Bolt EV. With a 2" receiver, you have a wider selection of bike carriers for your fendered ebike. This hitch is approved for a tongue weight of up to 200 lbs and it weighs about 30 lbs plus one bike at 45 lbs, you should be fine as far as the hitch capacity is concerned. I would also check the owners manual or a Chevy dealer first as well to confirm the vehicle...
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  • Best Hitch Mounted Solo Bike Rack for a 2017 Hyundai Elantra with Fold-Up Feature
    The best hitch mounted fold-up bike rack we have for your 2017 Hyundai Elantra is the Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack part # TH9041. The T1 has a 1-1/4" shank and class I rating which is needed for your Elantra. It is a wheel mount bike rack that secures the bikes over the wheels and will not have any issues with a bike that has an alternative frame. It also has a very strong weight capacity of 65 lbs. There is both a bike and hitch lock included on top of the lifetime warranty. If you...
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  • Comparing Thule T1 Bike Rack and Kuat Transfer 1 Bike Rack
    Actually the Kuat Transfer 1 part # TS01B you mentioned is lighter than the Thule T1 part # TH9041 by 3 lbs. It weighs 26 lbs and the T1 weighs 29. It's not a huge difference but if you prefer the tilting mechanism of the Kuat and aren't a fan of the latch system on the Thule I'd say the Kuat is your overall best choice! It's a big hit with our other customers who have tried it as well so I know you'll really like it. I attached a review video link for this rack for you to check out as well.
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  • Could Thule T1 Bike Rack Be Used to Carry an E-Bike
    The Thule T1 part # TH9041 that you referenced has a capacity of 65 lb. If your E-bike weighs less than that this rack would be a great single bike solution that would work great for. Otherwise we have the Hollywood Racks # HR1450Z-E has an 80 lb per bike capacity.
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  • Replacement Rear Wheel Strap for a Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack Part TH9041
    The correct replacement rear wheel strap for the Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack part # TH9041 is the Replacement Tire Wheel Strap part # 8527642001. I was able to confirm this with Thule for you. The rear wheel strap fits both the T1 and T2 which are both fat tire compatible hence the description. We also offer the Replacement Rear Wheel Holder and Strap part # 7521568001.
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  • Can Yakima SingleSpeed Bike Rack Carry 46 lb E-Bike
    I do see what you are saying but the Thule T1 # TH9041 will do just as good a job at keeping your E-Bike secure as the Yakima SingleSpeed # Y02481. After all the arm on either system will be bearing down on that front wheel so you just have to make sure it is ratcheted down to a snug fit and you are good to go! Thule is one of the leading bike rack manufacturers so you can be confident that anything with their name on it is good quality and has passed through their testing facility with...
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  • Recommended Bike Rack for Mountain Bike With 49 Inch Wheelbase
    There is a bike rack that will work with your 2018 Trek Fuel EX 8 mountain bike with a 49 inch wheelbase but the Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack # TH9041 will not; trying to squeeze a bike that has a wheelbase which is too large will result in your bike not being properly secured. There is not a 1-bike rack that will fit a bike with a 49 inch wheelbase so you will need a 2-bike rack and the best option is the Thule DoubleTrack Pro # TH9054 because it will work with bikes that have a wheelbase...
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  • How Far Does Thule T2 Bike Rack Extend Out from a Trailer Hitch
    When the Thule T1 # TH9041 is folded up it measures 14-1/4 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to farthest part of the rack. When folded down that measurement is 28-3/4 inches. When folded up the distance from the center of the hitch pin hole to the closest part of the rack is 6-1/2 inches. When folded down that measurement is 7 inches. I have included some pictures showing these measurements for you.
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  • Bike Compatibility of the Thule T1
    The Thule T1, part # TH9041, can handle a wide range of bikes, but the absolute largest bike that could fit onto the T1 is a bike with a 48 inch wheelbase, 29 inch diameter wheel, and up to a 5 inch wide tire. This is equivalent to an exceptionally hefty, downhill fatbike. These are exceptionally rare, but the more general application is for alternative frame bikes, especially carbon fiber framed ones. By contrast, the smallest bike that can fit is a 20 inch wheel diameter children's...
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  • Thule T1 Platform Rack Clearance from Tailgate on 2019 Nissan Frontier Pickup
    If I'm understanding you correctly, you're wanting to know whether or not the tailgate can be let down with bikes still on the Thule T1 # TH9041 . Since this is not a tilt away platform, you will likely be unable to lower the tailgate without contacting both the handlebars or the frame of the bike. If you wanted to still access the rear of your truck bed via the tailgate, I recommend going with a tilt-away platform rack like the RockyMounts Mono-Rail # RKY10007 . This rack tilts away to...
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  • Bike Rack to Carry 1 Bike at the Back of a Travel Trailer
    None of the Thule bike racks, including the T1 # TH9041, are rated for use at the back of an RV or trailer. Since you need to carry just one bike I recommend something simple that is RV/trailer approved; the BikeWing # B01311. While it is a 2 bike rack it doesn't take up a lot of space and weighs just 12 pounds. It holds the bike at the wheels so it is compatible with many bike styles. I have also included a link to all of the RV/trailer approved bike racks we have.
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  • Recommended Bike Rack for Bacchetta Giro A20 Recumbent Bike
    I may have a solution for you, however the Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack # TH9041 referenced in your question isn't a good option for your Bacchetta Giro A20 recumbent bike. The issue, as you mentioned, is the crank that sticks out beyond the front wheel. This will prevent the hook on wheel-mount racks like this one from getting access to and clamping down onto the wheel. Because of this design on your bike, you will need to go with a platform-style rack that uses a frame-mount design instead....
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  • Can Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack be Tilted Away From Vehicle
    The Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack # TH9041 referenced in your question cannot actually be tilted away from the vehicle to allow for easy rear cargo access. The carrier can be folded up against the vehicle for storage when not in use, but not back from its flat position. For a similar carrier that can be tilted away from the vehicle, I recommend looking at the Thule T2 Classic 2-Bike Platform Rack # TH9045 for 1-1/4 inch receivers or # TH9044 for 2 inch receivers. This is essentially...
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  • Minimum Hitch Pin Hole to End of Receiver Distance Required for Thule T1 Bike Rack
    The Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack # TH9041 that you referenced, along with all of Thule's hitch-mounted bike racks, require a distance of at least 1-1/2 inches from the center of the hitch pin hole to the end of the receiver on a trailer hitch. You are certainly right on the edge of this minimum requirement, and I do understand your concern, but the 1-1/2 inch measurement that you mentioned does allow for a secure fit with the T1 Bike Rack and the hitch on your Honda CR-V. Modifying...
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  • Bike Rack for a Specialized Low Entry Roll Bike on a 2014 Mazda CX-5
    For your Specialized Low Entry Roll bike, your best option will be a wheel mounted carrier, as this avoids having to work with the frame entirely. If you're looking to carry just your bike, and don't plan on ever carrying any others, Thule's T1 Platform, part # TH9041 will be a great option for you. This is a one bike, wheel mount platform rack that includes integrated bike and rack locks, and has a wide range of compatibility with hitch types. If you do want to carry two bikes,...
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  • Can Thule T1 Bike Rack be Used with 2-1/2 inch Hitch Adapter
    The overall pin length of the anti-rattle bolts that come with the # TH9041 is 4-1/2 inches so it would easily fit through a 2-1/2 to 2 inch hitch adapter sleeve like you have and work well.
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  • Could Thule Passive Security Strap be Used to Lock Thule T1 Bike Rack
    Yes, you could use the Thule Passive Security Strap part # TH533 with the Thule T1 bike rack part # TH9041 for additional security. You'd just need to loop it around the rack and then close the round end in the trunk of your vehicle.
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  • How to Add Secondary Lock to Ratcheting Arm on Thule T1 Platform Bike Rack TH9041
    The ratcheting arm on the Thule T1 Platform bike rack # TH9041 does not have provision for adding a Thule lock core like other racks (I confirmed this with Thule) but if you want to have more security for the arm that secures the bike's front tire you can use a cable lock like the RockyMounts Curly # RKY3700. The cable can be wrapped around the handle part of the ratcheting arm and the rack cross rail to prevent the handle from being lifted. Any extra cable length can be routed through...
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  • Can Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack be Used for 70-80 Pound E-Bike
    The Thule T1 1-Bike Platform Rack # TH9041, as you mentioned in your question, features a weight capacity of 65 pounds. I do not recommend loading your 70-80 pound e-bike onto this rack, as exceeding its capacity may cause damage to the carrier (along with possibly the bike itself or vehicle) and will also void its warranty. If you would like to use this particular rack, you can see if removing the battery from your e-bike sheds enough of its weight so that it falls under the 65 pound limit....
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  • Thule T1 vs Kuat transfer 1 Platform Bike Rack Comparison
    Kuat and Thule both are known as being the best bike rack manufacturers out there due to how high quality and easy to use their bike rack designs are. You can't go wrong with either the Transfer 1 part # TS01B or the Thule T1 part # TH9041 but overall I think the Thule has the edge. The Transfer line from Kuat is considered their mid range line of bike racks whereas the T line from Thule is the top of the line offerings from them so I'd go Thule if you wanted the best single bike rack....
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  • Best Single Bike Rack for a 2012 Honda Civic
    The best bike rack to carry one bike with your 2012 Honda Civic is the Thule T1 # TH9041. This bike rack is compatible with Class I-III 1-1/4" and 2" hitch receivers, is made right here in the USA, and comes with a limited lifetime warranty. The T1 can carry 1 bike up to 65 lbs with a max wheelbase of 48" and max tire width of 5". Since it is a wheel mount bike rack it can accommodate any bike frame style that doesn't have a front fender. The wheel mount is also great because it eliminates...
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  • Kuat Transfer 1 Bike Platform Rack Ground Clearance On Mazda CX-5
    Yes, The Kuat Transfer 1 Bike Platform Rack part # TS01B is a great option for ground clearance in hilly areas because the shank has a 7-7/8" rise compared to the other options that my have straight shanks. The Kuat will sit up a little higher than the other options. We have tested the Kuat Transfer on a 2018 Mazda CX-5 and you should have about 18 inches of ground clearance, give or take depending on the hitch. That is plenty of enough clearance to go up a steep incline without dragging...
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