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Swagman XP RV Bike Rack for 4 Bikes - 2" Hitches

Swagman XP RV Bike Rack for 4 Bikes - 2" Hitches

Item # S64940
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This 4-bike rack is perfect for a family who travels. Rotating cradles accommodate most standard and alternative bike frames. Heavy-duty frame handles the extra bounce and sway that results from being mounted on the back of your RV. Great Prices for the best rv and camper bike racks from Swagman. Swagman XP RV Bike Rack for 4 Bikes - 2" Hitches part number S64940 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Swagman RV and Camper Bike Racks - S64940

  • RV Hitch Rack
  • Motorhome
  • Travel Trailer
  • Fifth Wheel
  • Flat-Towed Vehicle
  • 4 Bikes
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Hanging Rack
  • Frame Mount
  • Swagman
  • Bike Lock

This 4-bike rack is perfect for a family who travels. Rotating cradles accommodate most standard and alternative bike frames. Heavy-duty frame handles the extra bounce and sway that results from being mounted on the back of your RV.


  • Hanging bike rack carries 4 bikes using your RV's hitch receiver
  • Steel plates with rubber cushions secure bikes by the top tube, down tube, or seat tube
    • Adjust individually to keep bikes level during transport
  • Anti-rattle hitch pin reduces movement of rack in hitch receiver
    • Also includes standard hitch pin for use in hitch pin hole closest to rack base
  • Included anti-sway strap helps reduce excess movement during transport
  • Locking knob deters theft of your bikes
  • Hitch lock (sold separately) deters theft of the rack
  • Frame adapter bar (sold separately) required for bikes without a straight, horizontal top tube
  • Black powder coated steel construction is rust resistant


  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitches
  • Carrying capacity: 4 bikes
  • Weight capacity: 100 lbs
    • 35 lbs per bike
  • Minimum ground clearance when used on 5th wheel trailers: 15"
  • Maximum bike frame diameter: 2"
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to:
    • Nearest edge of carrier: 7-3/4"
    • Farthest edge of carrier: 21-3/4"
  • Carrier weight: 40 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Approved for use on cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, RVs, motorhomes, towable campers, and flat-towed vehicles

Built for RVs

Swagman XP 4-Bike Hanging-Style Rack

The Swagman XP is built to withstand the added vibration and stress that comes from being installed on the back of your RV. The base has no moving parts, and the mast attaches to the shank with steel-reinforced brackets. These overbuilt components ensure that the rack can take any punishment that the road may inflict.

Individual Rotating Cradles

Swagman XP 4-bike Hanging-Style Rack Anti-Sway Cradles

The rack has cradles that secure your bikes by the top tube, down tube, or seat tube. Each cradle rotates to ensure your bikes hang level on the rack, reducing the risk of ground clearance issues. You can also adjust the spacing of each cradle to help keep your bikes from bumping into each other.

Swagman XP 4-bike Hanging-Style Rack Anti-Sway Cradles

Soft rubber padding inside each cradle protects your bikes from scratches and scuffs. The padding has grooves on the surface that prevent your brake and shifter cables from getting pinched.

Threaded Hitch Pin and Hitch Adapter

Swagman Titan threaded hitch pin

A threaded hitch pin is included to help eliminate rattle in the hitch receiver during transport. It fits the threaded hole at the end of the shank. To tighten the pin in your hitch, use a 5/8" wrench (not included). Clips are also included to keep each pin in place.

Swagman Titan 2-Bike Hanging-Style Rack Hitch Adapter

You can install the rack in a 1-1/4" hitch or in a 2" hitch. To use it in 2" hitch, simply remove the adapter with the included Allen key.

Bike Security

Swagman Titan 2-Bike cable lock

A lock on the hand knob secures your bikes to the rack. Once locked, the hand knob will spin freely so a would-be thief can't operate it.

Swagman Original threaded hitch pin

An anti-rattle hitch lock (sold separately) is available to secure the rack to your vehicle.

Available Adapter Bar

Swagman Bike Adapter Bar

If you have a women's bike, kid's bike, or any other bike without a straight, horizontal top tube, you will need an adapter bar (sold separately) to properly mount your bike. The bar fits between the seat post and handlebar stem post of your bike to create a top tube so your bike hangs level on the rack.

64940 Swagman Standard XP - Extreme Performance 4-Bike Carrier for 2" Trailer Hitch Receivers

Installation Details S64940 Installation instructions

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Swagman XP RV Bike Rack for 4 Bikes - 2" Hitches - S64940

Average Customer Rating:  4.4 out of 5 stars   (127 Customer Reviews)

This 4-bike rack is perfect for a family who travels. Rotating cradles accommodate most standard and alternative bike frames. Heavy-duty frame handles the extra bounce and sway that results from being mounted on the back of your RV.


I hate this bike rack. For a heavy is at it, 40 lbs, it is junk, wobbles and moves around like crazy. If you need an overpriced boat anchor, this will fit the bill. Better to cut the rope when you leave it. Terrible tolerances. I bought the chincy locking ring they want to sell you and it did absolutely nothing. Don't put a nice bike on it because you'll be sorry. Honestly I try to avoid etrailer whenever possible at this point. Why can a hitch fit well but this is really undersized and the fit it terrible

Heather A.


This rack is definitely an economical choice but not the best quality. I have a style of this rack and I have to make sure I tighten down the bolt that comes with bike rack in the hitch to make sure it doesnt wobble all over the place. If you dont tighten it down with a wrench it will wobble.


So far, so good. I just received this last week and installed it on the back of my fifth wheel. We have four bikes (2 adult bikes and two kids bikes), and fitting all four of the bikes on the racks took some creativity but it was possible. The rack seems very sturdy, but we will see if it stands the test of time as we are full-time RVers who travel about 6,000 miles per year. Our last bike rack (Swagman XTC4) was completely worn out after about 14,000 miles of use on the back of our fifth wheel.

B. B.


After one year, this bike rack is still performing very well on the back of our fifth wheel. We have travelled over 5,000 miles with our bikes in tow, and it still looks and operates like brand new. I was able to make four full-size bicycles fit on it, but you have to be creative.

Richard N.


How is your hitch fastened to your fifth wheel?

B. B.


In response to Richard N., we had a 2 hitch receptacle installed on the rear of our fifth wheel when we ordered it from the factory. The bike rack is installed by sliding it into the hitch receptacle.


Works good can be a little hard to get first bike on but if it’s a full size bike it works fine


This was the only bike rack that I could find where my daughter's bike could fit on it securely and without adding a bar. The rack is very stable and is easy to put on and off of my car as needed. I'd like to add that my neighbors have owned this same rack (just an older version) and their rave reviews caused up to research the Swagmann brand. Additionally, e-trailer has been great with communication. Very pleased.

Diane F.


One year later and we are still so glad we bought our Swagmann rack. The ease with how I can put it on and off is wonderful and I use the locking function frequently to keep my bikes safe!


TERRIBLE!!!!! Absolutely terrible!!! First off, the main support does not fit well into the hitch sleeve. The threaded hitch pin does not secure against any movement whatsoever. I had to hammer shims into the gap so the unit would not rock back and forth inside the female hitch port. Without the shims you get to watch your bikes in the Furrion camera rock back and forth for 400 miles at a time. The clamp sleeve just barley secures even the most basic bike frame construction. Most current bikes do not fit in the 4 clamps. I had to modify the top slots where the "T" nut swings into place and bend them down to use the threaded hand wheels. Not to mention that the "T" slot bolts are way too short. Prepare for frame and paint damage on your bikes. Good luck placing the bikes back the same way after securing them. Full on engineering disaster! It will take you 45 mins to load up all 4 bikes each time. If you have a quick 1 day stop you can forget taking the bikes off. Told my kids it was too much trouble undoing the puzzle. All the bikes are pointed all over the place like crooked teeth!! Total and complete piece of junk!!!! If I could give this no stars I would. Avoid at all costs.

Etrailer Expert

Sierra K.


For your first issue I recommend getting a wraparound Anti rattle device like item # e99007 which helps to reduce sway and keeps the racks stinger from moving around inside the hitch receiver. As mentioned in the product description for this rack, it accepts bike frames up to 2 inches in diameter. If you have a step-through bike frame or childrens bikes it is recommended to get a bike frame adapter like item # 64005. Other tips that help with this rack is alternating the front of the bikes, putting the biggest bike closest to your vehicle, while the smallest bike is the furthest out, and using the included strap to tightly secure the bikes to the rack like as shown in this attached video:


Well we just tried out the swagman 4 bike hitch this weekend and overall it worked well. We used it on our 2009 flagstaff tent trailer which had a factory installed receiver hitch on the back. We had no problems at all however that being said the hitch does not work really well with bike wheels over 26 it just does not leave enough clearance from the road to the tire. Other than that I would recommend this hitch for use with a tent trailer.


Once again, etrailer's service was superb. The hitch arrived very quickly, packaging was in good shape when it arrived.
I chose this bike rack because it was one of only a few that are rated for a hitch on the back of a fifth wheel trailer. It is very sturdy and was easy to assemble. As reported in other reviews, the only issue was the threaded clamp knob that secures the bikes to the rack. The one with the lock on it came through with a defective lock mechanism that does not allow the knob to engage. That meant it could not be tightened. Swagman might need to re-evaluate this feature.
I like the idea of the lock, but it is probably better to use the regular knobs without the lock to mount the bikes and then use a bike cable lock to secure them to the vehicle.
I have no concerns about the racks strength or durability.

Lance A.


I have been using this bike rack for a year now, almost always on long distance travel between campgrounds around the US. I have been very happy with it. It rides well and the bikes remain very secure in transit.


After researching the multitude of bike racks available, Pat at etrailer spent over 30 minutes with me on the phone answering my questions about which would be the best rack for our SUV and our particular bike styles. We settled on the Swagman XP 4-bike rack. The cradles are adjustable and be rotated so that the wheels of any bike can be kept parallel to the ground regardless of the angle of the bike frame. It worked as advertised, and I can 100% recommend etrailer as a very reliable source. The people there are interested in helping you, and they deliver. Great company!

Maurice G.


Still perfect. Our bike trip last July to Montana and Idaho was a great test of the Swagman bike rack. We had four bikes totaling 80 pounds and had absolutely no issues. With the U brace keeping the rack base tight against the hitch, there was no wobbling at all. A great trip was made better by having the peace of mind provided by a sturdy rack to safely transport our bicycles. Thank you etrailer!


Overall (structurally) it is very well made and appears very sound. However, have 2 comments regarding potential improvements; i.e.:
1) Recommend having the anti-rattle nut feature for the 2" hitch attachment being included at both holes (as shown in the assembly directions included with our bike rack). The one that we got, only has the threaded attachment (anti-rattle feature) at the outer most hole on the 2" square tube. To use this feature, you don't get much hitch engagement, but if you use the inner hole (with more hitch engagement), you have a standard 5/8" pin with lots of play (excessive vibration).
2) Do not recommend the Locking Knob as currently provided. During assembly, we tested it by tightening it down, but could not remove it (even with the key). We needed needle nose pliers to remove, and when disassembled found that the internal locking spindle can lose contact with locking portion when tightened. Since we cannot trust this locking feature, we have ordered two new non-locking knobs; i.e. one for replacement and one as a spare. We also ordered a better locking design to avoid this problem in the future.

Etrailer Expert

Victoria B.


I spoke with my contact at Swagman and they confirmed that this rack is designed to only have the hitch pin hole closest to the upright mast threaded for the anti-rattle pin. If you are not interested in having two hitch pin holes or locking feature built into the rack, the Swagman Original # S64400 is a comparable bike rack you may be interested in. A locking cable like the etrailer 10 Foot Long Cable Lock # e98891 is great for securing your bikes to your vehicle.


This is very well made and Holds bikes very securely.USE: This is on my 5th wheel hitch had no issues. The only Con: is it wont fit most if the beach cruiser thick middle tube framed bikes..and/or the female low curved frames. Very good product. Etrailer also kept me informed on delivery status every step of the way-well done etrailer.

Etrailer Expert

Tyler M.


Hi Regan, Thanks for your feedback! In regard to your thicker bike frames, this bike rack fits bikes with frames up to 2 inches in diameter. I would recommend using the Swagman Deluxe Bike Frame Adapter Bar, part # 64005, in order to fit your bikes onto the bike rack.


I've never been so frustrated with a bike rack until now. I have 5 kids bikes, none of them can fit on this thing. Either the bars on the bikes are to fat and you can't close the clamp or the frame is to small to fit over the bottom bracket. I bought the deal that clamps on the handle bars and bike seat for kids bikes, that thing doesn't work either.

It's not just kids bike, my beach cruiser won't fit on the thing, the frame bars are apparently to big to get the clamp closed.

So much wasted time spent on this thing..

Etrailer Expert

Victoria B.


If youre looking for a different style bike rack to transport a wide variety of bikes, one great option though at a higher price point, is a rack like the Hollywood Racks Sport Rider SE4 # HR1400Z as it holds your bikes at 3 points and offers adjustability to support kids, womens, and alternative frame bikes.


Bought this to take the bikes for my family of four on vacation and I have only used it three times in the last 12 months, the most recent just a week ago. I remain completely happy with my purchase. The ability to angle the brackets allows me to easily fit our 4 bikes (adult male, adult female, 12 yr male, 10 yr female). My wife's bike fits okay without an adapter, but my daughter's bike required a bar adapter since the space between her frame would not fit over the brackets.

One thing to note, to get my wife and sons bikes on, I have to remove the brackets for the bikes in front of them. Don't be stubborn, just do this. I scratched the frames putting them on the first time without removing the other brackets, and it ended up taking longer fighting them on. This is because of the way her bike frame is built and his is simply smaller. I am considering buying the bar adapters for them as well just to avoid having to remove the brackets, but we don't really use it enough yet to purchase them. My bike, with the wider frame, goes on quickly and easily.

Tip: Take a picture of how you fit the bikes on! It will save you having to figure it out again the next time.


Ordered this bike rack, the locking / anti rattle / threaded hitch pin, & the adapter for an alternative frame bike.

Very impressed with e-trailer dot com. Price was great. The order shipped quickly & arrived early. It was securely packed.

Did A LOT of research & chose this bike rack as it was one of the few that was approved by the manufacturer for RV use.

The bike rack went together fairly easily. The wife helped me as it was good to have a 2nd set of hands. Hint: I started assembling it on the garage floor but it's easier to do in a hitch insert.

Finally used it on our class C RV this past weekend. All in all, no complaints. The wife was driving behind me & said the bike rack was fairly steady.

Pleased with e trailer dot com & the bike rack!


The swagman xp bike rack we purchased did not work well for us. The locking cradle broke shortly after one use. The cradles slide when tightened, and as a result the bikes on the rack are not very secure and move around during a trip. I do not know how 4 bikes would fit on this rack. We have only 2 trail bikes and they were taking up a lot of the space. I did not return the bike rack because it weighted so much and the package would have been very expensive to return.
The only reason I gave it 2 stars is because it is made with very sturdy steel construction. i would not purchase again. We went to a local bike shop, spent more money and purchased a Thule which we are very pleased with. Live and learn.....


I bought it primarily to use it on my camper to haul the kids bikes when we go camping. It was a little harder to assemble than I expected it would be but the reason is because you have to position each holder individually for each bike. That slight down fall makes it nice though because each bike will be properly positioned and secured for travel. I bought the model with the factory lock, I'm glad I decided on that model. I'm also glad that it has the anti rattle feature especially going on a camper. The bike rack even works with a spare tire mounted right next to it.


I purchased the Swagman because I needed a bike rack that was rated for a travel trailer and would take my bike plus three girls' bikes. It took me hours to figure out how to make it work, but I finally got it. It's hard to use and you have to take all the bikes on and off in order. I've since seen better and more easily use-able bike racks and ones that adjusts to fill your tow receiver better (reducing sway). The knob with the key doesn't tighten down or work very well. So I had to place it on an inside bike, allowing me to tighten down the outside bike with the non-keyed knob.


First I want to say etrailer is top notch with customer service and support. The Swagman XP bike rack is sturdy and held up well carrying beach cruisers behind our fifth wheel. Solid product. I did check the pin bolt as others have said they may loosen during travel. After 1000 miles it did start to loosen but I make it part of my pre trip checklist and check it when I stop. The roads were very rough riding. Works exactly as expected. Great product and fantastic customer service.


1st thing-- only buy this unit is your looking for a RV hitch. Forget Yakima, Thule, etc. I have broken two of the other brands!!

Little downside is that this is really a 3 bike rack. Top arm should be 2" longer if you don't want your bicycles banging together.

They should make some changes to the bolts that tighten down the holders, or instead you leave the knobs on other wise you will scratch your bicycles knocking them on the bolts.


Good product and works well on my 5th wheel factory mounted hitch. Had a shipping issue which was addressed immediately. Lexus G. was very helpful during the process. This is my second purchase through etrailer and I will purchase from them again.


Great experience. The team at etrailer sent me emails updating me on the status of my order during the shipment process and I'm happy with the quality of my RV seat covers and bike rack. Great value for the price. Thank you etrailer team!!


I was very pleased with my Swagman bike rack. My first trip with it was a 3 1/2 hour drive. I watched the bike rack closely the entire trip and I found that our bikes stayed on the rack perfectly with no movement. I would definitely recommend this bike rack to anyone.


Works perfect. I bought it to put on the back of our camper into a hitch we had installed. It fits around the camper bumper which other ones I tried didn't. We did have to move the spare tire to one side though, still on the bumper, just moved down a little.


Works well. Would not leave home with a bike rack without it.

Bob F.


Love this rack. No issues.


No way to put 4 bikes on it without completely stripping them down will not fit most of our kids bikes on them

Etrailer Expert

Katrina B.


Can you please elaborate on how the bikes are not fitting on the 4 bike bikerack? You mentioned stripping them down? What exactly do you need to strip down in order for them to fit?

Steve C.


You would have to take the pedals, handle bars, and possibly the tires off to fit 4 bikes on that rack it is just not long enough to fit 4 on there 3 done just right is pushing it the clamps will not accept most of my kids bikes because the are not big enough to fit the lower frame piece in them and they are too big to get it snuck thru and clamped down on the upper frame piece and the knobs that screw down to clamp them in are junk 2 of the 4 have already came apart and Ive had to make my own clamp nuts to hold the bikes in just really unhappy with it since we got it and it hasnt gotten any better the more weve used it

Etrailer Expert

Katrina B.


Thank you so much for your additional information. One thing I suggest that might help with the childrens bikes is, if they have enough room on the stem that holds the seat, an adapter bar part # 64005 may help with the bikes sitting on the rack without needing to strip the bikes down completely. We also recommend making sure that the bikes are alternating on the rack, to try and squeeze a bit more room between clamps. for example, one of them having the handle bars facing the drivers side, then the bike next to that one facing the passenger side, and so on.


Works great for older kids or adult bikes. Does not hold the younger kids bikes, as their frames are closer together.

Etrailer Expert

Thomas M.


You can use the Swagman Deluxe Bike Frame Adapter Bar for Womens, Childrens, and Alternative Frame Bikes Item # 64005 to carry your kids bikes on the Swagman XP.

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    Great question! Most hitch bike racks are originally engineered to be placed at the rear of a towing vehicle. There's much more increased motion at the rear of a towed trailer. If a bike rack that's not designed for an RV hitch is attached to the hitch on the back of a towed trailer, the increased motion in the rack itself will rattle the frame much more than it would behind a towing vehicle, and put too much adverse force on the bikes. You need a product that was designed for this specific...
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  • Can a Bike Adapter Bar # 64005 Be Used on a Bike Rack at the Back of a 5th Wheel Trailer
    You may not even need to use an adapter bar when using Swagman XP bike rack # S64940, depending on the frame design of the bikes in question. The cradles can rotate so you can carry the bikes level. As long as the bike frames are 2 inches in diameter or less and are not step-through frames, adapters will not be needed. Should you need to use an adapter bar like # 64005 it can be used with the bike rack on the back of a 5th wheel trailer. I have included a link to a video that shows how...
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  • Will Swagman XP 4 Bike Rack S64940 Safely Mount to the Back of a 26 Foot Travel Trailer
    Yes, this rack, part S64940, works well on a 2 x 2-inch hitch and has been designed specifically for use on the back of a large travel trailer. It has a sturdy steel construction and cushioned cradles for extra sway protection. To see install details and a product demonstration video, click on the provided link.
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  • Inexpensive Trailer Hitch Mount Bike Rack for 4 Bikes on a 2002 Dodge Durango
    We have numerous 4-bike racks but for one that is neither large nor expensive I recommend looking at Swagman Trailhead # S63381. This is one of our most popular hanging racks becuase of the features, like anti-sway cradles and an anti-rattle hitch pin, without adding a lot to the price tag. I've linked a video for you to take a look at. Very small childrens bikes and bikes that have a step-through frame will need an adapter, # 64005. I have linked a video that shows how it works.
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  • Recommended Hitch-Mounted 4-Bike Rack for RV
    For a 4-bike hitch mounted rack that is compatible with your RV, I recommend the Swagman XP # S64940. This will fit into the 2 inch trailer hitch on your RV and can hold up to 4 bikes at 35 pounds each. The cradles will secure the bikes by their frames and rotate to keep them level during trips. I have included a video review of this rack for you. The reason there are additional restrictions with carrying more bikes on an RV trailer hitch is because motorhomes and RVs bounce more than...
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