Easy to mount and a cinch to store in the back of your car, Saris’ Solo is a low-profile rack for peace-of-mind convenience. Solo’s uni-body frame has no adjustable parts, which makes it a no-brainer to set up. With its soft, rubber, pivoting feet and four hold-down straps, the Solo safely and securely attaches to your car. Two strong buckles and an integrated anti-sway strap keep your bike in place. As an added bonus, the Solo is built with 100% recyclable, non-rusting materials.
Hit the road today with Saris’ Sentinel 2-Bike rack—it’s ready to go right out of the box, easy to mount, and securely holds two bikes. The frame adjusts to the contours of your car and folds down flat for simple storage. To protect your car and provide a solid mount, the four hold-down straps have coated hooks, while the legs are foam-padded. Stiff ratcheting straps ensure a firm grasp on your bikes.
The arch is arguably the most important engineering feat in human history. One look at Saris’ Bones 2-Bike rack would make any ancient Roman proud. With three incredibly strong, arched leg mounts and two arched arms, you can rest assured that your bike is in solid hands. Six highly adjustable straps, each equipped with soft coated hooks, hold the rack down, while the three legs have grippy rubber feet to provide a sturdy base. Ratcheting anti-sway straps ensure a tight grasp on your bikes. The Bones is made out of 100% recyclable, non-rusting parts and fits almost all vehicles—even those with spoilers.
Saris’ Bones RS 3-Bike rack might as well be welded to your car—it’s that rock solid. Easy to mount and dismount, the rack has two stainless steel belts that are tightened by leveraged ratchet systems. Plus, two lower leg hooks and six grippy rubber feet mean you can set it and forget it. Ratcheting anti-sway straps keep your bikes in place, the arms fold down to keep out of the way, and a locking mechanism secures the rack to your vehicle for peace of mind.
Go the hassle-free route with Saris’ Gran Fondo 2-bike rack. There’s no need to take your wheels off, the bike frame never comes in contact with the rack, and you get an aerodynamic setup for better fuel economy. Your bike is safely strapped into the front and rear wheel cradles, while the rack itself is held tight with grippy rubber feet and six straps, each equipped with coated hooks to protect your car’s finish. Plus, the rack folds down flat to keep out of the way when not in use.
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