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Yakima LongHaul RV Bike Rack - 4 Bikes - 2" Hitches - Silver

Yakima LongHaul RV Bike Rack - 4 Bikes - 2" Hitches - Silver

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Heavy-duty RV hitch rack lets you carry 4 bikes on premium SuperCush anti-sway cradles with ZipStrip ratcheting straps. Dual arms provide excellent bike stability and fold down for storage. Includes locking hitch pin and integrated cable lock. Call 800-298-8924 to order Yakima hitch bike racks part number Y02476 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Yakima products. Guaranteed Lowest Price and Fastest Shipping for Yakima LongHaul RV Bike Rack - 4 Bikes - 2" Hitches - Silver. Hitch Bike Racks reviews from real customers.
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Yakima Hitch Bike Racks - Y02476

  • Hanging Rack
  • 4 Bikes
  • Yakima
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Class 3
  • Frame Mount
  • Bike and Hitch Lock

Heavy-duty RV hitch rack lets you carry 4 bikes on premium SuperCush anti-sway cradles with ZipStrip ratcheting straps. Dual arms provide excellent bike stability and fold down for storage. Includes locking hitch pin and integrated cable lock.


  • Heavy-duty, hitch-mounted rack lets you carry 4 bikes on the back of your vehicle
    • Reinforced, non-folding base allows rack to be used on RVs, motorhomes, and travel trailers
  • SuperCush anti-sway cradles with ratcheting ZipStrip straps hold bike frames at 3 points
    • Prevent sway and bike-to-bike contact
    • Absorb road shock and vibration with premium TPE padding
  • Dual arms offer excellent bike support
    • Quick-release TriggerFinger control lever lets you fold down arms for storage
  • HitchLock threaded hitch pin takes noise and movement out of your hitch when rack is installed
  • Same Key System (SKS) locks deter theft of the rack and your bikes
    • HitchLock secures rack to your vehicle
    • Integrated LockDown cable lock secures your bikes to the rack
  • 2 Safety straps with buckles help stabilize bikes during transport
  • Sturdy steel construction with chip-resistant silver powder coat finish
  • Signature bottle openers built into rack arms allow you to enjoy a cold one after a long ride


  • Application: 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Carrying capacity: 4 bikes
  • Weight capacity: 37.5 lbs per bike
  • Carrier weight: 32 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Approved for use on cars, trucks, vans, SUVs, RVs, motorhomes, and towable campers

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.

8002476 Yakima Long Haul 4-Bike RV Bike Rack - 2" Hitches - Silver

Installation Details Y02476 Installation instructions

Video of Yakima LongHaul RV Bike Rack - 4 Bikes - 2" Hitches - Silver

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

Video Transcript for Yakima LongHaul 4 Bike Rack Review

Today we're going to be taking a look at the Yakima Long Haul Hanging Style 4 Bike Rack for 2" hitches. Now this is going to be for RVs, travel trailers, and motor homes. Part number Y02476. The Yakima Long Haul is specifically designed for RVs, motor homes, or travel trailers. It's heavy duty, and because it has limited moving parts it's going to be more stable here at the rear of your recreational vehicle. It's not just for RVs. You can use it on any vehicle with a 2" receiver.

I've gone ahead and removed a few bikes so we can take a closer look. It secures our bikes with three points of contact. We've got two zip strips for our top tube, and then one for our seat post tube. This one's going to be our anti-sway. It's going to help prevent sway in our bike when we're on the road, as well as prevent bike-to-bike contact, and bike-to-vehicle contact. Both our zip strips and our cradles have super-cush padding.

It's going to offer a nice ride for our bikes. When not in use our dual arms fold down for more clearance here at the rear of our RV. Simply press in on the lever, guide it down until it snaps into place. The whole thing is made out of a sturdy steel construction with a chip resistant silver powder-coated finish. It's full welded here at the bottom, and since it's powder-coated it's going to resist rust and corrosion. The included anti-rattle bolt is going to help reduce all the play and all the rattle between our receiver and our bike rack.

The lock is also included, and it uses the same key system as our cable lock up top. That cable lock is just integrated here at the back, and two keys are included. It has a weight capacity of 37-1/2 pound per bike, and it features a limited lifetime warranty. Now that we've gone over some of the features I'll go ahead and show you how to get it installed. First thing we'll do is load our shank in and line up our pinholes. Now this is going to be done the same way whether installing it on an RV or a vehicle.

Once we've got our pinholes aligned we'll take our included anti-rattle bolt, we're going to thread that through on the passenger side. Once we get it hand tightened we can grab a wrench and tighten it down the rest of the way. Now the size is just going to be 15/16. Get that nice and secure. I'll take my lock, and put it on the other side, and lock it up. Then I'll just put on my dust cap and we're all set. In preparation for loading up our bikes we'll need to raise up the dual arms. To do that we've got a gray lever up top, just swing up until it snaps in. Now let's remove our zip strips. To do that, squeeze in on the two tabs, and they come on out. Now it's going to be way easier to load your bike up if you fold the anti-sway cradle up out of the way. So that's just what we'll do. Now it's recommended that you load up the heaviest bike first, so we'll grab out mountain bike and we'll just work our way on towards the front. Now we want to make sure that our seat post tube is nice and snug up against our anti-sway cradle. Then we'll just go ahead and replace our zip strips. Then we can just do our top two zip strips and we'll repeat the process with our remaining bikes. Some bikes such as women's, children's, and bikes with alternative frame styles may need a bike adaptor bar to sit evenly on the cradles. Yakima makes one, it's called the Yakima Tube Top. That's part number Y02531. With all of our bikes loaded up Yakima's provided us with two straps. If we we're just carrying one bike with us, the smaller strap holds our front wheel in place and prevents it from spinning. Since we've got all the bikes loaded up we're going to use our larger strap, and we'll show you how to run that. We'll start by putting it through our wheels and working our way towards the back. Then we want to be sure to go around our mast, and then we'll just go back out through our wheels. Then we'll just connect it to our buckle and pull it tight. This is going to prevent our wheels from spinning, and prevent our bikes from swaying at high speeds. Last thing we'll do is run our cable lock. It's integrated within the mast, so we'll just pull it all the way out, then we'll go over the top of our bikes, and then just snap it in. With all of our bikes loaded up and secure let's go ahead and take it out on our test course and see how it performs. Here on our test course let's first go into our slalom. This is going to show side-to-side action such as going around corners, or evasive maneuvering. Then onto our solid speed bumps. This is going to show and up and down action, such as pulling in and out of a garage or a parking lot. Then finally onto our alternating speed bumps. This is going to show a twisting action such as going over pot holes or uneven pavement. That's going to complete our look at the Yakima Long Haul Hanging Style 4 Bike Rack for 2" hitches, part number Y02476.

Customer Reviews

Yakima LongHaul RV Bike Rack - 4 Bikes - 2" Hitches - Silver - Y02476

Average Customer Rating:  4.8 out of 5 stars   (13 Customer Reviews)

Heavy-duty RV hitch rack lets you carry 4 bikes on premium SuperCush anti-sway cradles with ZipStrip ratcheting straps. Dual arms provide excellent bike stability and fold down for storage. Includes locking hitch pin and integrated cable lock.

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Just received it. Packaged very well and easy to put together. Seems real sturdy. 521470

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I am very happy with this bike rack because it is solidly built and easy to use. The service and care at etrailer has also been top notch. 670040

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Very easy assembly. Built in and included locks add to the value of this rack that's already well worth the price. 519110

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The only problem with this unit is that it is very hard to fit the A frame mountain bike on the rack. 499628

Larry, thank you for your review. When using a hanging bike rack such as part Y02476 you will need an adapter bar for bikes that do not have a top cross tube on the frame. I would recommend part # Y02531
Yakima Tube Top Bike Adapter Bar
. This adapter will create a straight tube top for alternative frame bikes and allow it to hang evenly.
-- Heather A - 04/26/2018


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Fast shipping as always. Product is heavy and well built: Exactly what I was looking for. I have four heavy steel bikes and lots of miles ahead of us. I didn’t want a flimsy poorly built product. Bonus: both ends of the fork have bottle openers.... [thumbs up] I will try to remember to write another review after a few trips. 739653

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AWESOME rack! Customer service was very helpful and informative. This is the second time I have ordered from them and would recommend them for all your trailering needs. 666850

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For normal bikes behind a 38 ft. Fifth wheel this is unbeatable with anything rated as such in the market. However it cant handle normal weight of a Day 6 bike so I have to remove seat and wheels. In so doing it would be better if the design allowed the pads to rotate on the bar because the angle caused quick pad wear. I would like the set up to be able to handle at least 1 55 lb bike on an RV. The zip tie down are absolutely a great idea. We have travelled many miles in the midwest and have had no issues. 657172

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I’m very happy with the service from etrailer.com. I’ll order from them again 609617

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I'm going to use it for long trips both on the back of a camper and an SUV. The joint between the upright post and the hitch insert appears to be very strong. I preferred this over the tilt style for the additional strength. Arms fold up/down easily. Frame mounts are soft and straps are easy to use. It's tall, the bikes ride high especially on back of the camper....very unlikely that they would drag the road in any steep hill or deep dip situations. Mine arrived without the hardware bag but etrailer customer service was great and sent a bag free of charge that arrived a couple days later. 539133

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Very sturdy, well made, good materials used and nice fit to the hitch. The fold down arms are a definite plus. 457464

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The product was shipped fast and delivered before expected. The checkout process was seamless. Most importantly, the tutorial videos created for each product allowed me understand each product and how they differed and ultimately choose the best product for my needs. The detail in the videos makes it unnecessary to physically go to a store to get "hands on" the products. I've bought several products from eTrailer and will continue to do so. 420525

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Great product. Very sturdy. Excellent customer service, very fast delivery. Will definitely buy from etrailer again 411097

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Received the bike rack yesterday. The packaging was very stout and even though the box was damaged in transit, there was no damage whatsoever to the bike rack. Assembly is very easy and took less than 10 minutes. I'm using this in the hitch (2") on the back of my Glacier Peak 5th wheel. The hitch is very sturdy, built well, powder coating (gray) looks good and came with a cable lock to lock the bikes to the rack and a hitch lock to lock the rack in the hitch. Locks are keyed alike. 366637


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