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Get all the room you need inside your car by putting your bikes, cargo or kayak on your rooftop. Thule, Yakima, Rhino Rack, Rola and Malone roof racks are built to the highest quality specifications to accommodate all your cargo needs.

Thule, Yakima and Rhino Rack offer roof bike racks in the traditional fork mount style or in the easy to load, wheel mount style.

Cargo baskets from Rola, Rhino Rack, Yakima and Thule offer a great looking way to get your cargo out of your vehicle and safely carry it on your trip. Roof cargo bags and roof boxes can also be used if you would like some waterproof or water resistant protection for your cargo.

If you need to carry bulky skis, snowboards, kayak or a canoe, putting it on the roof is a great option to unclutter your vehicle and keep the gear safe. We offer Yakima and Thule ski racks and watersport carriers that are sturdy and safe for all your cargo needs.




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We offer custom fit roof racks from Thule, Yakima, Rhino Rack, Rola, Inno and Whispbar that will be a perfect fit for your vehicle. Just enter your year make and model above. We also offer a full line of roof rack accessories, including roof bike racks, roof cargo baskets, roof cargo boxes, kayak and canoe carriers, roof bags, ski racks and snowboard racks. If you need to do some roof rack repairs, we also carry replacement parts for all the roof and cargo racks.


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Honda CR-V Roof Rack Videos

Thule WingBar Evo Crossbars Installation - 2019 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2019 Honda CR-V, we're going to be doing a test fit on the Thule Wingbar Evo clamp-on roof rack system. This Thule roof rack system is going to allow you to carry roof-mounted accessories on your Honda CR-V, things like bike racks, kayak carriers, roof boxes, and more.The crossbars are 53 inches long and you can see how they span across the roof of our CR-V. We're going to be able to carry multiple accessories with this roof rack system. We've got the black installed, but they're also available in silver if that's something you're interested in. You can check it out on our website.They have an aerodynamic shape. These are going to be a lot quieter than your round or square bars.



Thule WingBar Evo Crossbars Installation - 2016 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2016 Honda CRV, we're going to be doing a test fit on the Thule WingBar Evo podium roof rack system. I've already got it set up just to give you a good idea of what it looks like, but this system is specifically designed to mount to your flush-mounted rails on your roof. It is a fixed mounted system. This is going to allow you to carry roof-mounted accessories, things like bike racks, kayak carriers, cargo boxes and more. It features 53"-long crossbars. You can see here how they span across the entire roof.



Rhino-Rack RVP Roof Rack Installation - 2016 Honda CR-V

Today, in our 2016 Honda CRV, we're gonna be doing a test fit on the Rhino-Rack RVP Fixed Mounted Roof Rack System. I've already got it installed just to give you a good idea what it looks like, but this system is designed to mount directly to your flush mounted rails on your CRV. You're gonna be able to carry roof mount accessories, things like bike racks, kayak carriers, cargo boxes, and much more. Now, as I said, it's a fixed mounted system, which means it's not gonna be adjustable along the rails like other roof rack systems. The crossbar spread center on center is around 31 and three quarters, so you want to be sure you choose accessories that are going to work with that spread. Now, the crossbars offer about 38 inches of usable space.



Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2016 Honda CR-V

Today, in our 2016 Honda CR-V. We're going to be doing a test fit on the Rhino-Rack Vortex Aero Crossbars Roof Rack system. This system is specifically designed to fit your flush-mounted rails on your CR-V.With it in place, you're gonna be able to carry roof mount accessories, things like bike racks, kayak carriers, cargo boxes, and much more.Now, the aerobars are 49 inches long. You can see how they span across the roof of our CR-V. This is gonna allow us to carry multiple accessories on our roof. So maybe we'd like to carry two to three bike racks up there, or maybe even two kayaks.Now, the crossbars are made out of aluminum, so we don't have to worry about any rust or corrosion.



Thule WingBar Evo Crossbars Installation - 2018 Honda CR-V

So today on our 2018 Honda CRV, we're going to be doing a test fit on the Thule WingBar Evo roof rack system for naked roofs. Now with this system, it's going to allow you to carry roof-mounted accessories, things like bike racks, kayak carriers, cargo boxes, and more. Now the wing bars are 53" long. They're made out of aluminum, so you don't need to worry about any rust or corrosion. But you can see how they stretch out across the entire roof of our CRV. That way, we can carry more than just one accessory.



Yakima Roof Rack Review - 2017 Honda CR-V

Speaker 1: Today on our 2017 Honda CR-V, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima JetStream roof rack system. This is going to be consisting of part numbers Y00425, these are the JetStream crossbars. Part number Y00148, these are the SkyLine Towers, and they kind of snap into place with our landing pads. And the landing pads are going to be part number Y00245. This is specifically for the Honda CR-V.It attaches to two pre-attachment points on the actual flush mounted side rails of your CR-V, and these bars are designed to work with a wide variety of accessories. This helps you put anything you don't want inside the vehicle, outside, or just to free up a little bit more space if you need to.



Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2018 Honda CR-V

Speaker 1: Today on our 2018 Honda CRV we're going to be test fitting the rhino rack vortex aero roof rack system. This is going to consist of part number RRVA137B-2. These are the vortex aero crossbars that you see here. These also come in silver as part number RRVA137S-2. We'll also be installing part number RRRLKVA. These are the 2500 series legs for the vortex aero crossbars, excuse me, for naked roofs.



Thule Roof Rack Review - 2014 Honda CR-V

Speaker 1: Today on our 2014 Honda CR-V we're gonna be test fitting the Thule AeroBlade Roof Rack System consisting of part numbers THARB53. These are the Thule AeroBlade Load Bars 53" long. These also come in black as part number THARB53B. We'll also be using part number TH480R, and these are the Thule Rapid Traverse Foot Packs, as well as part number KIT1691, and this is the Thule Roof Rack Fit Kit for the Honda CR-V.The Thule AeroBlade Roof Rack System is great for carrying a wide variety of accessories on your roof while freeing up space inside your CR-V. This can carry anything from bike racks to cargo baskets to cargo boxes. The bars themselves have an aerodynamic shape to them, and that coupled with the rubber strip up at the top, that's gonna cut down the wind noise and drag while you're driving making for a much quieter ride than you would have with, say, square or round bars where you would need a fairing to accomplish that.Another thing that sets this apart from other roof rack systems is this end cap here.



Thule Roof Rack Review - 2018 Honda CR-V

Speaker 1: Today on our 2018 Honda CRV, we're going to be doing a test-fit on the Thule AeroBlade Rapid Traverse Roof-Rack System consisting of part numbers: THARB53, for the 53-inch long aluminum silver crossbars. They're also available in black with part number: THARB53B. We'll also be using part number: TH480R for the Thule Rapid Traverse Roof-Rack Foot Packs, and part numbers: THKIT1855, for the Thule Roof-Rack Fit Kit for the Honda CRV.This roof-rack system's going to allow you to carry bike racks, cargo baskets, cargo boxes and much more on the roof of your CRV. It has a stylish aerodynamic design that's going to help cut down on wind, noise and drag. It's going to accept your traditional clamp-on accessories. It will also accept T-Slot accessories.



Thule Roof Rack Review - 2018 Honda CR-V

Speaker 1: Today on our 2018 Honda CRV, we'll be doing a test fit on the Thule Traverse roof rack system using part number THLB58, for the 58 inch square bars. These are also available as 50 inch cross bars with part number THLB50. We'll also be using the Traverse Foot Pack, part number TH480, and a Fit Kit for 2018 CRV, part number THKIT1855.The square bar roof rack system is an entry level option for your CRV. It's going to allow you to carry bike racks, cargo baskets, cargo boxes, and much more. It's not as aerodynamic or as quiet as Thule's Aero crossbars. You can pick up a fairing for this roof rack system with part number TH8701.



Thule Roof Rack Review - 2017 Honda CR-V

Speaker 1: Today on our 2017 Honda CRV, we're going to be doing a test fit on the Thule Aeroblade rapid travers roof rack system, using part numbers THARB53. That's for the aluminum silver load bars. For the black load bars, it's part number THARB53B and part numbers TH480R and THKIT1855.The Thule rapid traverse roof rack system is a solid roof rack for your CRV. It's going to allow you to carry roof mounted bike racks, kayak carriers, cargo boxes and much more. It features 53" aerodynamic aluminum cross bars, so not only is it going to be stylish, but it's going to offer you a quiet ride.The load bars will also accommodate your T slot accessories. The foot packs use a patented max clamp technology and they boast the strongest hold compared to other roof rack systems.



Thule Roof Rack Review - 2016 Honda CR-V

Today, on our 2016 Honda CRV, we'll be taking a look at and showing you how to install the Thule Roof Rack System. This is going to consist of parts numbers: THARB53, those are going to be our Thule Aeroblade Crossbars; part number: TH480R, those are going to be our Thule Rapid Traverse Foot Pack; and part number: THKIT1691, that's going to be our Thule Fit Kit for Honda CRV. These bars are also available in black with part number: THARB53B The Thule Roof Rack System is a great solution for carrying your vehicle accessories on your vehicle's roof, whether those are bike racks, cargo baskets or ski and snowboard carriers. The crossbars are an aerodynamic shape to help reduce wind, noise and drag. If we remove the front portion of our end cap, you can see our removable weatherstrip that's easy to cut down or remove completely to accommodate channel-mounted accessories. The foot pack does have the option to remove our plastic core here and insert a Thule Lock Core, that's going to help prevent theft and tampering of your roof rack system as a whole. If we open up our cover, we'll see our bolt on the inside.



Rhino Rack Roof Rack Review - 2014 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2014 Honda CRV we'll be taking a look at the Rhino Rack Roof Rack. This is going to consist of the Rhino Rack Vortex Aero Crossbars, part number RRVA126B-2. The RLCP Leg Adapters for the Vortex Aero Crossbars, part number RRVA-FK2-2, and the Rhino Rack Leg Kit, part number RRRLCP33. Now our crossbars also come in silver with part number RRVA126S-2. The Rhino Rack Roof Rack System is a great solution for carrying your vehicle accessories on your roof, whether those are bike racks, kayak carriers, ski and snowboard carriers, or cargo baskets. The aerodynamic shape of our crossbars is going to help reduce wind noise and drag. If we remove our end cap here you can see the removable weather strip that's easy to remove, cut down and reinsert to use with channel mounted accessories.



Yakima Roof Rack Review - 2016 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2016 Honda CRV, we're going to be testing the Yakima round bar roof rack system, consisting of part numbers Y00409, these are the round 58 inch cross bars, part number Y00146, these are the baseline tower for the Yakima cross bars, and part number Y03536, which is the round bar SL adapter kit for the Yakima baseline towers, and part numbers Y06148 and Y06152, which are the base clip fit kits for the Honda CRV. The Yakima round bar roof rack system is great for carrying a wide variety of accessories on your roof while freeing up space inside your vehicle for you and your family. The two bars have a combined carrying capacity of 165 pounds although you always want to double check with your vehicle's manual to make sure your roof can withstand that weight. Both of the end caps do come with knock outs which you can replace with the Yakima same key system so you can actually utilize this with your Yakima accessories and make everything key alike. Now that we've gone over some of the features of the roof rack system, let's go ahead and show you how it installs. We have our rear bar partially assembled on our table here, and our next step is to install our base tower to the other end of our bar. So we'll take our baseline tower, take this plastic adapter piece, and that gets pushed on the top here till you hear a couple clicks. Then we'll take our round bar adapter, place that, line up with the screw, then we'll come around to the front of the baseline tower, pull this portion out so we can see the screw that we need to tighten down with our included tool.



Yakima Roof Rack Review - 2016 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2016 Honda CRV we're going to be test fitting the Yakima Core Bar Roof Rack System consisting of part numbers Y00422, these are the Yakima Core Bar Crossbars, 60" long. Part number Y00146, these are the Baseline Towers for the crossbars. Part number Y06148, and part number Y06152. These are the Base Clip Fit Kits for the Honda CRV. The Yakima Core Bar Roof Rack System is great for carrying a wide variety of accessories on your roof while freeing up space inside your vehicle for you and your family. It has a carrying capacity of 220 pounds with the two bars, however you always want to double check with your vehicle's manual to make sure your roof can withstand that weight. It's fairly easy to install, simply clamps onto your roof, the instructions have all the measurements that you'll need.



Yakima Roof Rack Review - 2016 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2016 Honda CR-V, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima JetStream Roof Rack System, consisting of part numbers Y00426. These are the Yakima JetStream Crossbars 60" long. Part number Y00146. These are the BaseLine Towers for the Yakima Crossbars. Part number Y06148 and Y06152, which are the BaseClip Fit Kits for the Honda CR-V. The Yakima JetStream Roof Rack System is great for carrying a wide variety of accessories on your roof while freeing up space inside your vehicle for you and your family. The two bars have a combined carrying capacity of 165 pounds, although you always to double check with your vehicle's manual to make sure your roof can withstand that weight. It has a rubber strip on the top of it, which means you can use T-Track accessories with it, and that coupled with the shape of the bar, will reduce wind noise and drag while you're driving.



Thule Roof Rack Review - 2012 Honda CR-V

Today, in our 2012 Honda CRV, we're gonna be test fitting the Thule Aeroblade Roof Rack System, consisting of part numbers THARB53, these are the aeroblade load bars, part number TH460R, these are the Thule podium foot pegs for the aerobars, and part number THKIT3118, and this is the custom fit kit prince podium foot style foot pack. The Thule Aeroblade Roof Rack System is great for carrying a wide variety of accessories onto your roof while freeing up space inside your vehicle. The two bars have a combined carrying capacity of 168 pounds, although you always want to double check with your vehicle's manual to make sure your roof can withstand that weight. It has a rubber airstrip up at the top, and that coupled with the aerodynamic shape of the bar will cut down wind noise and drag while you're driving. Also, we have these knockouts here, which you can replace with Thule lock horse, so you can actually secure this to the roof of your vehicle. Now that we've gone over some of the features of the roof rack, let's go ahead and show you how it installs. We have our front bars already installed, so first we'll start off on our table here. We'll flip our bar upside down and we'll install our podium foot pack onto our bar.



Rhino-Rack RS 2500 Vortex Aero Roof Rack Installation - 2015 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2015 Honda CRV, we're going to be test fitting the Rhino-Rack RS 2500 series roof rack system part number RRRS409B. They're also available in silver, part number RRRS409. The Rhino-Rack RS roof system is great for carrying a wide variety of accessories on your roof while freeing up space inside your vehicle they can carry bike racks, cargo baskets, and closed cargo boxes, ski and snowboard carriers as well as kayak carriers. The two bars have a combined carrying capacity of 155 pounds although you should always double check with your vehicles manual to make sure your roof can withstand that weight. It does have the Vortex aero strips on the top and that coupled with the shape of the bar itself does cut down wind noise and drag while your driving. It also makes it capable of being used with T track accessories. Now since these are flush as you can see here, you're not going to be able to extend out further.



Rhino-Rack Euro Square Roof Rack Installation - 2015 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2015 Honda CRV, we're going to be test-fitting our Rhino-Rack 2500 Series square-bar roof rack system, part number DS1375B. These are the square crossbars, 54" long and part number DK284 and this is the custom fit kit for the CRV. The Rhino-Rack square-bar roof rack system is great for carrying a wide variety of accessories on your roof while freeing up space inside your vehicle. You can carry bike racks, cargo baskets and closed cargo boxes, ski and snowboard carriers as well as kayak carriers. The two bars have a combined carrying capacity of 165 lbs, although you always want to double-check with your vehicles manual to make sure it can withstand those weights. While these are square bars there are fairings offered on etrailer.com, which you can purchase separately and that will cut down the wind-noise sound and the drag while you're driving. All the legs on our roof rack system do lock, so once you install this onto your roof, it's secure to your roof as well. Now that we've gone over some of the features of this roof rack system, let's go ahead and show you how it installs.



Rhino-Rack RSP Roof Rack Installation - 2016 Honda CR-V

Today in our 2016 Honda CR-V we're gonna be test fitting the Rhino Rack RSP Roof Rack System for Flush Factory Side Rails, part number RSP33. The Rhino Rack RSP Roof Rack is great for carrying accessories on your roof and freeing up space in your vehicle for you and your family. It can carry a wide variety of objects, from bike racks to roof baskets to roof boxes to ski and snowboard carriers, as well as water sport carriers such as kayaks and canoes. The bars themselves have a nice sleek look to them, and since they install directly into your flush rails, they actually look like they're factory installed. Rubber vortex strips combine with the aerodynamic shape of the bars will cut down on wind noise and drag while you're driving. Since it has these strips in the center here, you can actually remove these and use T-Track accessories with this roof rack. The carrying capacity of these two bars is gonna be 165 lbs, although you always want to double check with your vehicles manual to make sure it can withstand that weight. Now that we've gone over some of the features of the roof rack system, let's go ahead and show you how it installs. This is gonna be attaching to fixed points on our flush rails, and here is the rear bar that we're gonna be installing.





Honda CR-V Roof Bike Racks Videos

Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2006 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2006 Honda CR-V, we're going to be test fitting the Inno Fork Lock III Rooftop Bike Rack, part number INA391. We already have our bike installed on the rack, let's take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this bike is attached to the rack, we're going to have two points of contact with no frame contact at all. At the rear, we'll have this wheel strap here, which is adjustable along the length of the bike rack to accommodate bikes of different sizes. Then, up at the front, we have this skewer mount which will grip your bike by its fork mounts. With everything installed as it is right now, we're not going to have any issues of clearance between our rear glass hatch and the bike rack, as you can see here. So let's go ahead and take the bike off and set it aside.



RockyMounts Roof Bike Racks Review - 2006 Honda CR-V

Today in our 2006 Honda CRV, we're going to be test fitting the RockyMounts BrassKnuckles Rooftop Bike Rack, part number RKY1202. We already have a bike installed on the rack. Let's take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this bike attaches to the rack, we'll have three points of contact. We're going to have two movable wheel straps at the front and the rear, and it's movable to accommodate bikes of different sizes. Then we'll also have this wheel hook up at the front around our front wheel, and that'll hold that into place up there.



Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2006 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2006 Honda CR-V, we're going to be test fitting the Inno Multifork Roof Top Bike Rack, part number INA392. We already have a bike installed on the rack, let's take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this bike is attached to this bike rack, excuse me, we're going to have two points of contact with no frame contact at all. Instead, we'll have a skewer mount up at the front that grips the forks of your bike, then at the rear we have this adjustable rear wheel strap to accommodate bikes of different sizes. With everything installed as it is, we're not going to have any issues of clearance between our rear glass hatch and the bike rack as you can see here. So let's go ahead and take the bike off and set it aside. We'll start with the rear wheel strap, you push this tab at the top, in like so, that releases the strap. And moving up to the front, you'll notice that it's protected by this bracket here, which is actually locked into place, so not only is this locking the bike to the bike rack, but the bike rack is also secured to your roof rack as well.



Thule Roof Bike Racks Review - 2006 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2006 Honda CRV we're going to be test fitting the Thule Circuit XT roof bike rack, part number TH526XT. We already have a bike installed on the rack. Let's take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this bike actually grips to the bike rack, we'll have two points of contact with no frame contact at all. Instead, we'll have a rear wheel strap which is adjustable the length of the bike rack to accommodate bikes of different sizes. Then up at the front here we have a skewer mount which will grip your bike by the fork mounts and secure it into place. The skewer is lockable, so if you we're to install the Thule lock core, you can actually secure your bike and your bike rack to the roof rack as well, because in order to take this off you have to remove the skewer. With everything installed as it is, we're not going to have any issues of clearance between the bike rack and the rear glass hatch, as you can see here.



RockyMounts Roof Bike Racks Review - 2006 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2006 Honda CRV we're going to be test fitting the Rocky Mounts Switch Hitter Bike Rack, part number RKY1270. We already have a bike installed on the rack, let's take a closer look and show off some of the features. How is this attached to the bike rack, we're going to have two points of contact with no frame contact at all. Instead we'll have a rear wheel strap which is adjustable to accommodate bikes of different size, and then we'll have this skewer mount at the front which is gripping our bike by the fork mounts. This top piece is lockable by adding a core in, so you could actually secure your bike rack to your roof rack. At the end here we do have an integrated cable lock as well, which also needs a lock core, so you can secure your bike to the bike rack as well. With everything installed as it is we're not going to have any issues of clearance between our rear glass hatch and the bike rack itself as you can see here.



Yakima Roof Bike Racks Review - 2006 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2006 Honda CRV we're going to be test fitting the Yakima High Road Roof Top Bike Rack, part number Y02114. We already have a bike installed on the rack, let's take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this bike attaches to the bike rack, we're going to have a rear wheel strap here which is adjustable along the length of the bike rack to accommodate different size bikes. Then up at the front it's actually going to grip it by the front tire so you don't have to remove it for the skewer mounts as you would with other bike racks. With everything installed as it is right now there's not going to be an issue of clearance between our rear glass hatch and the bike rack as you can see here. We have an integrated cable lock at the rear, as well as a lock at our rear connection point. You will need to purchase Yakima SKS lock core separately, but they will be key alike for this application.



Yakima Roof Bike Racks Review - 2006 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2006 Honda CRV, we're going to be test-fitting the Yakima HighSpeed rooftop bike rack, part number Y02115. We already have a bike installed on the rack, let's take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this bike is attached to the rack, we're going to have two points of contact with no frame contact at all. Instead we'll have a rear wheel strap which is adjustable to accommodate bikes of different sizes, then up at the front, we'll have this connector bar with forks with the skewer mount here. This can be removed and you can use this with through axles from 12, 15 or 20 millimeter or the Boost 110 axle as well. With everything installed as it is, we're not going to have any issues of clearance between our rear glass hatch and the bike rack, as you can see here. At the rear we do have an integrated cable lock as well as a lock in our rear connection point.



Rhino Rack MountainTrail Roof Bike Racks Review - 2006 Honda CR-V

Today, on our 2006 Honda CR-V, we're going to be test fitting the Rhino-Rack Mountain Trail Rooftop Bike Rack, part number RBC035. We already have a bike installed on the rack. Let's take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this is gripped to the bike rack: We're not going to have any frame contact at all. Instead, it's going to grip it by the rear wheel here, with this strap that is adjustable to accommodate bikes of different sizes. Then, up at the front, it'll grip it by the fork mounts of your bike with this lockable skewer, so it's going to be secured to the bike rack, as well. With everything installed as it is, we're not going to have any issues of clearance between the rear hatch or if we open up the rear glass hatch, as well.



Yakima Roof Bike Racks Review - 2016 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2016 Honda CRV, we're going to be test fitting the Yakima HighSpeed Roof Bike Rack, part number Y02125. We already have a bike installed on the rack. Let's take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this connects to the bike rack, we're going to have two points of contact with no frame contact at all. We'll have a rear wheel strap, which is adjustable to accommodate different sized bikes. Then up at the front, we have this fork-mount, which will grip it by the fork mount and also has this skewer in the center here. Now this can be removed and you can use this also with Thru-Axles if need be.



Yakima Roof Bike Racks Review - 2016 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2016 Honda CRV we're going to be test fitting the Yakima HighRoad Roof Bike Rack, part number Y02114. We already have the bike installed on the rack. Let's take a closer look and show off some of the features. How this bike is actually attached to the rack, it grips the bike by the two tires, so there's no frame contact at all. We have this wheel mount up at the front, and then this wheel strap at the rear which is adjustable to accommodate bikes of different sizes. Now an advantage to this is that you don't have to remove your front wheel as you do with most other bike racks which will grip it by the fork mounts.



Rhino Rack Road-Warrior Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2015 Honda CRV we're doing a test fit of the Rhino Rack Road Warrior Roof Mounted Bike Rack. That part number is RBC036. Now we already have our bike loaded up. We're first going to show you how we do that. Here in the back we have a ratcheting strap that fits around our tire. We're pushing the black button here and pull that strap through.



Rhino Rack MountainTrail Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2015 Honda CRV, we're doing a test fit of the Rhino rack mountain trail rooftop bike rack. That part number is RVC035. Now we already have our bike secured down. First we are going to show you how we secure that in place. In the back here we have a latching strap that is going to fit between our tire spokes. A great thing about our straps is that it does move up and down the length of our bike rack to accommodate different bikes you may have. As for the front, we have a locking skewer, so it will prevent any theft or tampering of your bike while it's on your rack.



Rhino Rack Road-Warrior Roof Bike Racks Review - 2016 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2016 Honda CRV, we're doing a test fit of the Rhino Rack Road Warrior roof mounted bike rack. That part number is RBC036. Now, we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you how we do that and then we'll go over some features. Here on the back, we have our ratcheting strap that you're going to see on most of your Rhino Rack bike racks. We're just going to push on that button there and pull that through.



Rhino Rack MountainTrail Roof Bike Racks Review - 2016 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2016 Honda CRV, we're doing a test fit of the Rhino Rack Mountaintrail roof top bike rack. That part number is RBC035. Now, we already have our bike secured down. We're first going to show you how we do that and then we'll go over some features of the rack itself. Here in the back, we have a ratcheting strap that's going to hold our tire in place. We'll just push on our button and feed that through.



Thule Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2015 Honda CRV, we're going to take a look at the Thule ThruRide Roof Bike Rack. The part number to that is TH535. We have a bike already in our rack and we have our rack hooked up to our vehicle. I'm just going to show you a few things on it. This is a fork mounted bike rack. Yo see here we have our skewer that's engaged, so it's got our forks locked down nice and tight. How we disengage that, we just pull the lever here.



RockyMounts Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2015 Honda CRV, we're going to take a look at the RockyMounts BrassKnuckle Roof Mounted Bike Rack. Part number is RKY1202. Now we have a bike on our rack, and we have our rack hooked to our vehicle. I just like to show you a few features of it. The first feature I would like to show you, like I said, brass knuckles. See up here, you can grab it like so. That's how you would engage your frame hook here over your front tire.



Thule Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2015 Honda CR-V, we're going to take a look at the Thule Sprint T-Track Roof Bike Rack. That part number is TH569. I have a bike on our rack, and we have our rack hooked up to the roof. LEt's go ahead and show a few features of it. This is a fork-mounted bike rack. See it has the skewer engaged, and how to disengage it, you turn it towards you to loosen it, but you turn it towards your driver's side. As soon as you start hearing the clicking, it's nice and snug.



Kuat TRIO Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Honda CR-V

Today, a 2015 Honda CRV. We're going to do a test fit of the Kuat Trio Roof Bike Rack Fork 9. Part number is TR02. Now I have a bike on the rack. And we have our rack hooked to our vehicle. I just want to show you a few features of it.



Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2015 Honda CR-V, we're going to take a look at the Inno Multi-Fork Lock Roof Bike Carrier. That part number is INA392. Now I have a bike on a rack, and we have our rack hooked to our vehicle. I'm just going to show you a few features of it. Now this is a fork mounted bike rack as you can see. Right here, we have our anti-theft guard that protects our skewers. That's an extra feature.



Inno Roof Bike Racks Review - 2015 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2015 Honda CRV we're going to take a look at the Inno Fork Lock 3 bike carrier, part number is INA391. I have a bike on our rack and we have our rack hooked to our vehicle. Let me show you a few features of it. This is a fork mounted bike rack. We have our forks already here. We have our skewer engaged. I'm going to show how we get to it.





Honda CR-V Roof Cargo Carrier Videos

Thule Roof Cargo Carrier Review - 2006 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2006 Honda CRV we're going to be doing a test fit of the Thule Canyon Rooftop Mounted Cargo Basket. As you can see we have it already mostly in place up on top of our Thule Arrow Blade Edge roof rack. This cargo basket is going to be a sturdy steel construction with a hundred and fifty pound weight capacity measuring forty nine inches long, forty inches wide and have a depth of six inches. We're going to show you how to place on this last foot since they all go in the same way and one thing to note before you get it up here on your vehicle, is measure your center to center crossbar spread and adjust your brackets before you put it up on the vehicle. That will make it a lot easier when it comes to installation. Once you have it up and in place, you're then going to take your u shaped bolt with your two washers and two wing nuts. Place one washer on each side, bring it up underneath of your cross bar and lay one washer and one nut on each side of the bracket.





Yakima RocketBox Pro 11 Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2011 Honda CR-V

Today, on our 2011 Honda CRV, we'll be test fitting the Yakima Rocketbox Pro-11 rooftop cargo box, part number Y07193. Before setting the box onto the vehicle, you may need to remove your antennae on the top of your vehicle. The antennae on this vehicle can simply be removed by twisting it. Our vehicle is already equipped with a roof rack system, so the begin our test fit, we'll simply place the cargo box onto the vehicle's crossbars. We'll unlock the box and open up the lid, exposing the red T handles and the black knobs. We'll loosen up the black knobs to adjust the hooks around the underside of the crossbar to fit the crossbar's thread. We'll then tighten on the red T handles that tighten on the clamps on the crossbars, securing the Rocketbox to the CRV. With this cargo box securely on our vehicle, we can easily have access to our vehicle's cargo area That completes today's test fit for the Yakima Rocketbox Pro-11 rooftop cargo box, part number Y07193, on our 2011 Honda CRV. .





Thule Force XXL Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2013 Honda CRV we'll be test fitting the Thule Force Double XL Rooftop Cargo Box Measuring 21 Cubic Feet in Aero Skin Black, part number th626. Please keep in mind that in order to get this box to fit we did have to remove our rear antenna. With the Thule AeroBlade Roof Rack system installed onto our vehicle we'll begin our test fit by placing the Thule Force directly onto our load bars. With the load bars in a fixed position due to the flushed side rails we'll go ahead and scoot our box as far forward as possible. Once we have the positioned the way we like we can open the passenger side of the box and use the two hand knobs on this side of the box to tighten our feet around our bars. One of the great features of the Thule Force is its ability to open from either side of the vehicle.



Thule Sonic Medium Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2013 Honda CRV we'll be test fitting the Thule Sonic Medium Rooftop Cargo Box measuring 13 Cubic Feet in Glossy Black, part number th634b. Please keep in mind that in order to get this box to fit we did have to remove our rear antenna. With the Thule AeroBlade Roof Rack System assembled onto our vehicle we'll begin our test fit by placing the Thule Sonic directly onto our load bars.Since the feet are hanging out of the bottom of the box we can adjust them as necessary to fit around our load bars. Once we have the box situated the way we like we can open the passenger side of the box and use the hand knobs to tighten our feet around our bars. With the two feet on this side of the box tight we can move to the other side of the box.One of the great features of the Thule Sonic is its ability to open from either side of the vehicle. We'll open the driver's side of the box and tighten down the two remaining feet.



Thule Pulse Large Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2013 Honda CRV we'll be test fitting the Thule Pulse Large Rooftop Cargo Box measuring sixteen cubic feet in matte black, part number TH615. With the Thule Arrow Blade Roof Rack system assembled onto our vehicle we'll begin our test fit by removing our rear antenna. With the rear antenna removed we can place the Thule Pulse directly onto our load bars. Keep in mind that this box opens from one side only, so for today's video we'll be scooting it as close to the passenger side as possible for easier accessibility. Once we have our box set the way we like we can open the box and place our feet through the appropriate slots, making sure that they go around our load bars. With all four of those in place we can use the attached hand knobs to tighten them down. Now we'll move to the rear of our vehicle, open our rear hatch, and as you can see it makes contact with the rear of our box.



Yakima RocketBox Pro 11 Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2013 Honda CRV, well be test fitting the Yakima RocketBox Pro 11 Rooftop Cargo Box, part number Y07193. Now well begin our test fit by placing the cargo box onto the vehicles crossbars. Well unlock the box and open it up exposing the four black knobs and the four red T-handles. Well loosen up the black knobs to adjust the claw distance to fit the crossbar spread of our vehicle. Once weve established our crossbar spread, we can then tighten down the black knobs to secure the spacing of our claws in place. We can then slide the box back onto the crossbars and turn the red T-handles to tighten down the claws to secure the RocketBox to our CRV.



Yakima RocketBox Pro 14 Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2013 Honda CRV, well be test fitting the Yakima RocketBox Pro 14 Rooftop Cargo Box, part number Y07192. Well begin our test fit by placing the cargo box onto the vehicles crossbars. Well unlock the box and open it up exposing the four black knobs and the four red T-handles. If necessary well loosen up the red T-handles to loosen up the claws and then slide the backs back onto the crossbars adjusting the claws to fit the crossbar spread on the CRV.Once we have established this position, we can then tighten down the red T-handles to secure the claws to the crossbars. As you can see, with the RocketBox secured to hour Honda CRV, we can easily acces the vehicles cargo area. That completes todays test fit for the Yakima RocketBox Pro 14 Rooftop Cargo Box, part number Y07192 on our 2013 Honda CRV.



Thule Pulse Alpine Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2013 Honda CR-V, we'll be test fitting the Thule Pulse Alpine Rooftop Cargo Box, part number TH613. There are a few notes that we want to make aware. When installing this cargo box, we came into contact with the rear antenna. In this case, the rear antenna was removable by simply untwisting it. We decided to go ahead and remove the antenna so our cargo box would be a better fit on the CR-V. With a sleek and long aerodynamic style of this box, it's important to know that you will not be able to open up your hatch without the cargo box and your rear hatch door coming in contact.



Thule Pulse Medium Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2013 Honda CR-V

Today in our 2013 Honda CRV, well be testing the Thulle Pulse Medium Rooftop Cargo Box part number TH614. This box is very quick and easy to fit to your vehicle. Its important to know that you will not be able to open up your hatch without the cargo box and your rear hatch door coming in contact. To begin our testing, well go and place our cargo box on top of our crossbars. Well then open our cargo box where we can tighten down the four gray knobs. Make sure that the clamps are already set to be around the crossbars.



Thule MOAB Roof Top Cargo Basket Review - 2013 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2013 Honda CR-V, we'll be test fitting the Thule MOAB also known as the Mother of All Baskets Rooftop Cargo Carrier, part number TH690XT. To begin our test fit, we'll take notice that our crossbars are separated at 32 inches. Now, we're ready to load our carrier on top of our crossbars. Once we have our carrier on top of our crossbars, we can tighten each clamp by twisting the gray knob to secure the clamps. Once we have each clamp secured, we can then go ahead and put our covers back over each clamp. With that, our basket is installed and we're ready to hit the road.



Yakima RocketBox Pro 11 Rooftop Cargo Box Review - 2012 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2012 Honda CRV were going to be test fitting the Yakima Rocketbox Pro 11 roof mounted cargo box part #: Y07193. To fit the cargo box to our vehicle first well place it up on top of our crossbars. Well then position the clamps over our crossbars and adjust the placement of our cargo box until we get it where we want it. Then well move back and forth from driver side to passenger side to tighten down the clamps inside the box that go around the crossbars. Be careful to make sure that you position the cargo box in a manner that it wont inhibit access to your hatch door at the rear of the vehicle. With all four of the clamps tightened down were all ready to load up our box and get on with our trip.





Honda CR-V Ski and Snowboard Racks Videos

Thule Ski and Snowboard Racks Review - 2015 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2015 Honda CRV, we're going to take a look at our Thule snow pack ski and snow board carrier. That part number is TH7326. I have the first one already on our cross bars. We're going to install the second one. It's pretty easy. Fits around all your cross bars.



Whispbar Roof Ski and Snowboard Carrier Review - 2011 Honda CR-V

Today, on our 2011 Honda CRV we'll be test fitting the Wispbar, Locking Rear Top Skis and Snowboard carrier, with a six-ski or four-board capacity, part number WB-300. Now our vehicle is already equipped with a rear track system, so we'll begin our test fit by placing the front part of the carrier onto the front crossbar. We'll open up the jaws of the carrier and bring the rubber-coated steel straps around the underside of the front crossbar. We'll then hook them back into the top bracket of the carrier. Now, with our jaws open, exposing the black levers, we'll tighten the levering, clamping in position. We'll then repeat these steps for the other bracket on the other side of the carrier. We'll then set our rear part of the carrier onto the rear crossbar, and again, open up the jaws, bring the rubber-coated steel straps around the underside of the vehicle and hook them back into the top bracket.



Yakima FatCat Ski and Snowboard Carrier Review - 2011 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2011 Honda CRV, we will be test fitting the Yakima Fatcat 6 locking rooftop ski and snowboard carrier with a 6 ski or 4 board capacity, part number Y03088. Now, our vehicle is already equipped with a roof rack system, so we'll begin the test fit by placing the front part of the carrier onto the front crossbar. We'll bring the rubber-coated steel straps around the under side of the crossbar and hook them back into the top rack of the carrier. Before doing this, you'll need to open up the jaws of the carrier to expose the black levers. Then, repeat these steps for the other side of the vehicle. Now, we'll place the rear end of the carrier, and again, open up the jaws to expose the black levers. Bring the rubber coated steel straps around the under side of the carrier and hook them back into the top rack of the carrier. Tighten the black levers and then clamp them down. With the Yakima Fatcat secured to our Honda CRV, we're ready to load up some gear.



Yakima FatCat Ski and Snowboard Carrier Review - 2013 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2013 Honda CRV well be test fitting the Yakima Fatcat 6 Locking Rooftop Ski and Snowboard Carrier, part number y03088. Now to begin our test fit, well take the front carrier, place it over the top of our front crossbar and bring the rubber-coated steel straps around underneath the crossbar and latch them back to the carrier attachment point. Once theyre locked in place on either side, we can then open up the carrier, tighten down the wing nut and clamp it into place. With that our carrier on the front crossbar is now secured. Well now place the rear carrier on top of the rear crossbar and repeating the same procedure clamp it down and then make sure its secured to the rear crossbar. Now with both carriers in place, we can go ahead and load our skis and snowboards.



Whispbar Roof Ski and Snowboard Carrier Review - 2013 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2013 Honda CRV were going to be test fitting the Whispbar Locking Rooftop Ski and Snowboard Carrier, part number wb-300. To begin our test fit, well take our front carrier and place it on our front crossbar. We can go ahead and bring the rubber-coated steel straps around the crossbar, latch them into position, and then lock them in place. We can then open our carrier and tighten it down to our front crossbar by tightening the wing nut located inside. Once we have our front carrier secured to our front crossbar, we can then close the carrier and repeat the same process for the rear. We need to make sure that our rear carrier is lined up with our front carrier.





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Thule SUP Taxi Stand-Up Paddleboard Carrier Review - 2013 Honda CR-V

Today on our 2013 Honda CR-V, we're going to be test fitting the Thule SUP Stand-Up Paddleboard Taxi, part number TH810. Our CR-V already has a factory roof rack system on it and our SUP Taxi is already preassembled, so we're ready to go ahead and fit it to the vehicle. We'll start with the front carrier. Securing it on the front crossbar, we'll bring the rubber coated straps around underneath the crossbar and reattach them to the carrier where we can tighten down the gray wing nut on either side. We'll then move to the rear crossbar. We do want to make sure that our front and rear carrier line up with each other to make it easier to load our SUP.





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