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Taking your bikes away with you is easier than you might think. 

There are options to suit cars with tow balls, hitches, roof rails, trailers, spare tyres, or absolutely nothing at all. And starting at only $76, it's a cheap way to have a healthy, fun activity for your trip away.

Things to know before you buy a bike rack.

  • How it fits to your car? You have options including strap-on, roof, or towbar racks.
  • How many bikes? We have racks for a one, up to 4 bikes.
  • What's your price range? We have a range of racks from $76 to $339
  • How easy is it to fit? Most are easy to fit. If you need help, we'll fit your rack for only $35


Car rack types:

Strap-On/Trunk Racks

So you've got no tow ball, no hitch, and no roof rails? You can still strap some racks to the back - this might also be an option if your car has a spare tyre but no tow ball. These racks are great for travelling short distances.

 

Roof Rack Bike Carriers

Great for long journeys as they are extremely secure, and allow for greater visibility as rear vision is not impeded. Can easily carry 2 or 3 bikes, a great option if your car has roof rails.

 

Tow Ball or Hitch Racks

The most common fitting types, and also the easiest to install. They are very secure, and generally allow you to carry a greater number of bikes. They also come in a variety of styles to suit your needs. The A-Frame style will allow you to tow a trailer. These come in a 'straight' or 'boomerang' style base, with the 'boomerang' accommodating for cars with rear-mounted spare tyres.

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