15 Best Ebike Rack Hitch Mount

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Top 15 Ebike Rack Hitch Mount

1
Hollywood Racks Sportrider Rack ( Electric Bikes, Black)
Product Highlights:
  • bike rack carries two electric bikes (up to 3 inch wide tires) with up to a 60" wheelbase; maximum capacity 80lbs per bicycle
  • locking bike frame hooks to deter thefts; includes keyed alike locking hitch pin
  • fits 2" hitches only; features patented no wobble-no tools hitch tightening system for fast and secure installation; cannot be used with 1-1/4" to 2" adapter; not to be used on any trailer, towed vehicle, or fifth wheel
2
Overdrive Sport 2Bike Hitch ( Standard, Fat Tire Electric Bikes)
Product Highlights:
  • patented anti-wobble system: mechanism utilizes a system to eliminate slack between the receiver and the rack, keeping your bikes sturdy and safe.
  • quick release tilt design: patented lever used to fold up rack when not carrying bikes and to tilt down the rack for rear cargo access.
  • easy to adjust and install: padded clamps to hold bikes in place and 5" wide heavy duty wheel holders are all adjustable to fit most bikes. installation is easy with most parts already pre-assembled. for 2" hitches only (not recommended to use a 1 ¼" - 2" hitch adapter).
3
Hollywood Racks 2Bike ( - Fits 1.25 And 2-Inch Receivers)
Product Highlights:
  • carries 2 bikes in soft rubber cradles; secured with epdm rubber straps
  • bike rack tilts for easy cargo access; arms fold when not in use
  • fits both 1 1/4" and 2" hitches; not to be used on a trailer or towed vehicle
4
Swagman Chinook Hitch Bike ( Hitch Bike Rack)
Product Highlights:
  • carries 2 bikes. fits most frame sizes, shapes and styles. wheel ratchet straps firmly hold bikes and secure wheels
  • fits 1-1/4" and 2" hitch receiver
  • tilts down to allow access to rear-of-vehicle, even while bikes are loaded
5
Thule T2 Pro XT ( Bike Rack (2"))
Product Highlights:
  • premium platform hitch bike rack for 2-4 bikes
  • tool free auto attach system makes it easy to install and remove
  • quickly secure bikes without frame contact
6
BV 2Bike Bicycle Hitch ( Tilting Design (2-Bike Carrier))
Product Highlights:
  • tilt back design - the tilt backward design enables users to open the rear gates without detaching the hitch rack.
  • fold up design - user can fold up the rack when not in use. smart idea to save space!
  • safety reflector - this rack includes a rear safety reflector to enhance the visibility, ensuring the night driving safety.
7
Saris Freedom Ex 2 ( Bike Rack)
Product Highlights:
  • at 27 pounds, the freedom ex is the lightest tilting 2-bike hitch rack on the market
  • carries 2 bikes, up to 60 lb/each. this rack fits a wheelbase of up to 50 inch. if your bike has a longer wheelbase, you will need our long wheelbase bar
  • tilting feature allows hatch access, even when fully loaded
8
Hollywood Racks HR1000 Sport ( Rack (1.25 And 2-Inch Receiver))
Product Highlights:
  • 2 bike rack - fast loading platform-style hitch rack holds up to 2 bikes, 50 lbs each, and fits both 1.25 and 2-inch hitches
  • fits most bikes - locking self-securing frame clamps easily slide the hooks over the bike frame to hold the bike securely in place
  • safe & secure - includes locking threaded hitch pin to prevent rack sway and locking frame hooks to deter theft
9
Hollywood Racks HR1400 Sport ( Mount Rack (2-Inch Receiver))
Product Highlights:
  • 4 bike rack - heavy-duty platform-style hitch rack holds up to 4 bikes, 50 lbs each, and fits 2-inch hitch receivers only
  • no wobble - features patented "no wobble-no tools" hitch tightening system
  • safe & secure - includes keyed alike locking hitch pin with 8' security cable to prevent rack sway, and locking frame hooks to deter theft
10
Capstone Hitch Mount 2 ( Bike Carrier)
Product Highlights:
  • carries up to two bikes
  • fits wide range of tire sizes including fat bikes
  • powder coated for durability
11
Hollywood Racks Sportrider Se ( Hitch Rack, Black)
Product Highlights:
  • heavy-duty platform style bike rack holds up to 2 bikes (max. 50 lbs per bike); features patented no wobble-no tools hitch tightening system for fast and secure installation
  • locking frame hooks to secure the bikes to the rack; includes keyed alike locking hitch pin and security cable
  • fits 2" hitch receivers only; not to be used with a 1-1/4"-2" hitch receiver adapter; not to be used on a trailer or towed vehicle.
12
Bell Right Up 350 ( Platform Hitch Rack)
Product Highlights:
  • easily carries three bikes from 12" to 29"
  • new trays accommodate tires up to 4" wide
  • fits 11/4" and 2" receivers with hoops stabilize bikes
13
Allen Sports Easy Load ( Rack, Model XR200)
Product Highlights:
  • easy load 2 bike rack fits either 1 1/4" or 2" receiver hitches
  • fits wide range of bicycle styles and sizes (up to 35 lb. per bicycle)
  • tilt back for easy lift gate access
14
Yakima HoldUp Hitch ( Mounted Bike Rack, 2")
Product Highlights:
  • quick and easy assembly within minutes, comes with fully integrated security
  • strongarm design enables you to load your bike quickly whether it's a 20" wheel or a 29er
  • zero contact with the bike frame; accommodates carbon road bikes as well as disc brakes, thru axles and full suspension bikes
15
IKURAM 2 Bike Rack ( SUV's And Minivans With A 2" Hitch Receiver)
Product Highlights:
  • 🎄rigid all steel constructed bike hitch rack: long-lasting and durable all steel construction with protective powder paint finish
  • 🎄dual-arm mounting design: optimized dual-arm bike carrier rack which spacing accommodates bicycles of a wide range of frame sizes and designs, more stable and easily accommodates up to 4 bikes.
  • 🎄easy tilt-down access rear rack:convenient access to rear of vehicle with easy-to-use tilt-down feature

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