Grocery-getter. Luggage machine. Move master. Whatever nickname your vehicle has, chances are you picked a car with all that storage space for a reason. And now you can add the Glide EX 5-bike hitch rack to the hauling equation without compromising your vehicle’s functionality. Simply push the trigger to release the rack, glide away and boom – hatch access. When you’re done the same amount of (non) effort glides the rack upright and you’re good to go. It’s the same one-button, one-step, one-motion movement for when the hitch rack is fully loaded and when it’s not. Plus, the Glide EX is decked out with our low-profile bike hold downs and best-in-class ratchet straps. These hold downs carefully cradle your bike and can be easily adjusted to fit a wide range of bicycles. Once bikes are loaded, Saris' ratchet straps snugly and speedily fasten your bike to the rack so you can get where you need to be. The result, a bike carrier that’s ready for any outing on a moment’s notice. - Hello Hatch Access! One-step. One-button. One-step hatch accesses, with or without bikes. - Hanging hitch bike rack transports as many as 5 bikes, up to 30 lb. per bike. - Light and centered: bike weight evenly distributed for smooth operation and aluminum construction makes for a light and durable bike rack. - Complete integrated security: locks the rack to the car and the bikes to the rack. - Designed to be used with 2-inch hitch receivers only. - Hanging hitch style bike rack - Carries 5 bikes, up to 30 lb. each. - One-button glide action provides instant access to rear of vehicle, both with bikes loaded and without. - Innovative four-bar linkage system: centers bike mass for smooth, glide-action away from vehicle. - No assembly needed - Rack weight: 37 lb - Bike hold downs are easy to use and quick to load. - Best-in-class ratchet straps speedily fasten bike to the rack. - Integrated locking cable secures bikes to the rack. - Locking hitch pin secures rack to the car. - Designed to be used with 2-inch hitch receivers only. - Built and tested to outlive the elements.
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