Allen Sports Deluxe Hitch-Mounted 5-Bike Carrier for 2'' Receiver Hitches

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  • Safely and securely carries up to 5 bicycles
  • Patented tie-down system
  • Folding carry-arm design
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    The Allen Deluxe 5-Bike Hitch Mount Rack has an innovative design that enables a secure fit in 2" receiver hitch. This 2-receiver hitch bike rack has a patented tie-down system that individually protects and secures bicycles. The 25" long carry arm of the hitch-mounted bike carrier can accommodate up to five bikes. The unique, folding design of the carry arm allows the racks arms to drop out of the way when not in use.

    Allen Deluxe 5-Bike Hitch Mount Rack:

  • Innovative design offers secure fit in 2" receiver hitch
  • Patented tie-down system individually secures and protects bicycles
  • Folding carry arm allows the rack's arms to drop out of the way when not in use
  • 25" long carry arms easily accommodates up to 5 bikes
  • Rack tilts back for rear lift-gate access
  • Minor assembly required (instructions included)
  • Takes less than 5 minutes to install
  • Model 552RR
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    Age Start: 15 Years
    Age End: and up
    Model No.: 552RR
    Shipping Weight (in pounds): 26.0
    Product in Inches (L x W x H): 14.0 x 16.0 x 36.0
    Assembled in Country of Origin: USA or Imported
    Origin of Components: USA or Imported
    Walmart No.: 70085001

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    Customer Reviews | 162 reviews | 4.4 out of 5

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    A good rack for the money!!

    Customer review by RealBikeLover

    5.0 stars by RealBikeLover

    A good rack for the money. I mounted the rack to a 1999 Toyota Sienna. I've used the hitch to carry two adult MTB and three kids bikes (Dynacraft 20" Triax PK7) for several local trips. The bikes loaded very easily. The couplings swivel, allowing small bikes to attach with out a crossbar. The rack was very easy to put together and install. The rack has already paid for itself in the enjoyment my family has had biking on several great bike trails with family and friends. Two things I did to prevent the bike rack from being stolen: 1) I use "Master Lock 262DAT Chrome Lug Nut Style Spare Tire Lock" to secure the "No-Wobble Bolt". 2) Replace a 3/8"x3" bolt with a QR CLIP. I can easily remove the rack assembly and put it in my trunk.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Once per week
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    Customer review by acflorida

    5.0 stars by acflorida

    I searched and searched for a good price on a 5 bike rack. I found the best price at Walmart to I promptly purchased one. After getting it home and out of the box, I noticed one of the plastic clips was broken. I found the email address for the Allen company and emailed them to ask what I needed to do to find a replacement. They promptly responded to my email and within 3 days, I had an entire new clip system. The bike rack is sturdy and is easy to slip all our bikes on the rack. I am thoroughly impressed with the Allen company and this bike rack.

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:35 - 44
    Usage:Once per month
    Buy this Bike Rack!!

    Customer review by LisaI

    5.0 stars by LisaI

    My husband was very skeptical that this bike rack would be any good, before we got it. Plus, he didn't think it would work for our new vehicle, a 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe, but it worked perfectly. We drove over 100 miles each way over Memorial Day Weekend, and never had a single problem with it. We did, however need to buy an adapter so it would fit on our receiver, as ours is a pretty small one. We picked one up in a Walmart store for about $10 I think. I do think the lock idea someone else suggested makes sense to avoid theft. But over all, we love the bike rack, exactly what we were looking for, for WAY less money than anywhere we'd looked online!! And believe me, we looked!!!

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    Would recommend to a friend? Yes
    Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
    Age:45 - 54
    Usage:A few times per month
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    I borrowed a bike rack from a friend and the bars that the frame sits on are too far apart for my son's smaller race bike. Does the cross bar slide in and out to make the bars sticking out closer together?
    by rxwriter 3/24/2011
    • No, the bars do not move. But, we have found that you can strap one part of the bike to one arm and it holds on very tightly. Good Luck!
      by Polb7/11/2011
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    • No they do not move nor is there a way to do it.
      by tromis087/11/2011
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    • rxwriter, because the couplers you use to fasten your bike on have a swivel design, you can hang smaller bikes on this rack. I have a 4 yr. old girl with a small 12" bike and was able to hang her bike.
      by jgbodog7/10/2011
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    • Bars don't slide. The outside dimension is 16".
      by Poulsbo7/4/2011
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    • No. Must get very creative to mount 16 inch frames and under.
      by Supercalafragilistic6/30/2011
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    • In a single answer: "No" However, the bars are a bit narrower than most, and easily accommodates my full suspension frame (which has a smaller than average front triangle) as well as my 8-yr old's K2 (20" rims). For that one, I swiveled the bar mount 90 degrees and hooked it under the seat stay and strapped it to the seat tube. I had to do the same with my wife's Specialized with a dropped top tube (sissy bar?).
      by PhantimMTB6/29/2011
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    • My kid's bike had the same issue. No the bars don't slide. I was just creative on how I positioned the bike. In fact, I had 3 bikes securely fastened that have a unique frame design. Worked fine for me and not too much of a hastle.
      by JMansix6/28/2011
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    • No. The bars are fixed.
      by bikerDudeFromUtah6/28/2011
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    • No - you have to maneuver smaller bike - I have 3 kid bikes. It takes some effort to lift the front over the bar, but all could be secured with strap.
      by weasel226/23/2011
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    • No....the cross bars do not slide like some of the other racks. No need to move them though.
      by VBegs6/22/2011
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    We just bought a 2011 Hyundai Santa Fe. Will the bike pedal, wheels, seats, etc., rub against our new SUV? I really don't want our paint scratched.
    by LisaI 5/19/2011
    • LisaI, I have a Ford F-150 and had no problems. There is plenty of room between the bike and the back of my truck. I didn't notice any sway either. However, if you are concerned just use a bungee cord to hold the bikes together.
      by jgbodog7/10/2011
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    • The first bike mounts inside the vertical post. We did experience some contact while loading, though not once it was strapped in. The other four bikes are outside the post and are well clear of the vehicle
      by Grasseed7/5/2011
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    • It all depends on how far your receiver sticks out. If it is flush with your back bumper, I can't forsee any problems with putting 4 bikes on the rack. One thing to note is that the place for the bike closest to the car is actually inside the vertical post. I don't plan to ever use that position. I'm afraid that I would scratch the car getting the bike on and off. Although on my pickup, I'm sure that there would be plenty of room for that 5th bike.
      by Poulsbo7/4/2011
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    • Did not rub on our Honda Odyssey. Probably won't on most vehicles.
      by Supercalafragilistic6/30/2011
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    • I moved the pedal's on the first bike I loaded and they were well clear of the bumper. I used a bungee cord to keep the front wheel from moving and hitting the car.
      by CarefulShopper98984/16/2012
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    • The way the 5-bike rack is designed, one bike sits on the inside of the mounting arm (vehicle side) and the other four hang off the back side. So, it is really only the one bike that is in question. On my Honda Odyssey, the wheels aren't really an issue. The handlebar interlocked with the seat tube of the bike in front of it, so it didn't swing side-to-side. However, the pedal hangs about 6" from the lift gate. I moved the bike simulating swaying and it never got closer than 3 inches. However, to be on the safe side, I ran a bungee through all of the wheels (to also prevent freespin) which completely eliminated the front-to-back swaying potential.
      by PhantimMTB7/17/2012
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    • As long as you don't use the inside arms to set the bike. If you use the outside arms, the actual bar that's attached to the hitch stops the bike from swinging toward the vehicle. You can also use bungie cords to hold things still.
      by JMansix6/28/2011
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    • I don't think so. I have a Ford van and the bike on the closest mount doesn't touch the van.
      by bikerDudeFromUtah6/28/2011
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    • There is plenty of space between the vehicle and loaded bikes. I put a cloth over the pedal closes to the car just as a precaution.
      by weasel226/23/2011
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    • I don't believe so....the rack holds the bikes up high enough so it won't hit the bumper.
      by VBegs6/22/2011
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    I have a couple of kids bike i will need to tow along with 2 adult bikes but, am having difficulty ascertaining exactly what adapters, if any, will be needed.
    by an anonymous customer 6/25/2010
    • You will need simple female adapters for all female bikes you carry. You can find these on ebay .
      by figgy6111/10/2010
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    • I put on a Cruiser, A Mountain bike & 2 10 year olds HEavy BMX type bikes - no problems at all...I do reinforce with Bungee cords though for my own comfort
      by srichkind10/12/2010
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    • I've put two adult mountain bikes and bikes for 7 and 9 yr old boys on this without adapters.
      by donyelo9/27/2010
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    • Definitely!
      by RRSuperstar8/18/2010
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    • as long as your vehicle has a 2" square receiver on the back you'll be just fine. Thats all you need.
      by TASMAN998/2/2010
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    • It is billed as five but that is stretching it a bit. Four should be easy. I'd recommend getting a few bungee cords to keep the front bike wheels from wobbling back & forth into each other. Should have no problem whatsoever from my experience.
      by KJB3577/23/2010
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    • I carried three adult size bikes, one 10 year old bike and one toddler bike. I believe it could handle 5 adult bikes.
      by westcoastmilton7/17/2010
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    • Small bikes are difficult to put on, you need to be inventive when you put them on.
      by CHRISLOVESWALMART7/7/2010
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    • We have two adult mountain bikes and 2 20" boys bikes that have the odd shaped frames and haven't needed any adapters. Just takes some practice getting the bikes on and off!
      by Sonflowers7/6/2010
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    • Carrier requires a "straight" center bar to mount the bikes. If your "girls" bike is a "V" shape frame you will need an adapter.
      by BoomerSoonerAR9/10/2010
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