Make that spare tire work for a living – the SpareRide easily attaches to your rear-mounted spare and turns it into a bike rack. Durable, stable and secure, it installs easily. SuperCush cradles securely hold and protect your bikes, a bottle opener opens bottles, and integrated SKS locks bum out bike thieves. - SuperCush ZipStrip cradles secure the bikes and make loading and unloading a breeze - ZipStrips secure bikes to the rack and are fully removable - Anti-sway cradle design minimizes bike-to-bike contact - Fits nearly any stock size spare - SKS locking package secures bikes to rack to help prevent theft - TireTread pads add stability and protection - Steel construction is strong and durable - Universal mounting plate with extension fits most lug patterns - Locking knob secures rack and sparetire to vehicle - Yakima signature bottle opener lets you enjoy a post-ride cold one - 2-bike capacity TECHNICAL SPECS - Weight: 21.50 lbs - Dimensions: L 40.00” x W 13.00” x H 19.00”
Yakima's Spare Joe 2 mounts to your vehicle's spare tire and holds two bikes. Anti-sway cradles hold the bikes securely ensuring they can't bump into each other. Plus, this nifty rack can be offset to allow your bikes to be more centered behind the vehicle, and the arms fold down when not in use, for easy storage, too.
What better way to secure your bike in the back of your pickup than with a BlockHead? Well, how about with Yakima's Locking BlockHead? It uses a rugged, 9mm-diameter lockable skewer and anodized aluminum block to hold your bike and secure it at the same time. Bolt this innovative mount to your pickup, RV, or boat (there are hundreds of other mounting possibilities). It includes Yakima's SKS (Same Key System) core and keys.
When you've got a tough racking dilemma, what you really need is Yakima's BlockHead. This handy device securely holds your bike by the fork with a rugged, 9mm-diameter skewer. The BlockHead is made of anodized aluminum and bolts to your pickup, RV or practically anywhere (use your imagination for hundreds of other bike-storage possibilities).
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