Freedom EX 2-Bike
How’d we pull that off? No sucker punches here. It all comes down to the sturdy, Midwest-made raw materials built on a single bar. The result is a sleek, minimalistic design that sports maximum hauling capacity and an easy-to-maneuver footprint. Plus, the Freedom EX 2-bike tilts away even when fully loaded with bikes. Talk about a knockout
- Versatility is its middle name. Carries the widest variety of bike combinations.
- Lightest tilting 2-bike hitch rack around, 27 lb total weight, thanks to compact, single-bar design.
- Hauling machine. Can transport 2 bikes, up to 60 lb each, and wheelbases up to 50″.
- Open Sesame! Tilting feature allows hatch access, even when fully loaded.
- Features locks and reflectors for extra security and visibility, day and night.
- Carries 2 bikes, up to 60 lb/each.
- This rack fits a wheelbase of up to 50″. If your bike has a longer wheelbase, you will need our long wheelbase bar.
- For use with tires wider than 4″, add the Fat Tire Wheel Holders.
- Platform style hitch rack
- Wheel trays with straps plus a Cuscino encased down-tube cradle securely holds bikes.
- Sleek, compact and lightweight build transports two bikes on a single bar.
- Accommodating bike space and design fits nearly every type and combination of bicycle, including those with fenders, mountain bikes, eBikes, balance bikes and unicycles.
- Locking cable secures bikes to the rack.
- Locking hitch pin secures rack to the car.
- Tilting feature allows access to rear of vehicle, even when fully loaded, and folds up when not in use.
- Reflectors on outside wheel trays ensure extra visibility in low light.
- Built and tested to outlive the elements.
- Universal hitch works with 1¼” and 2″ hitch receivers.
- Universal wheel trays accommodate a wide variety of bikes and wheel sizes (up to 4″ tires).
- Branded decals that are sleek, discrete and reflective.
- Rack weight: 27 lb
WHAT ARE EBIKE CLASSES?
As electric bicycles started taking over in Europe, Asia and the Americas, different types of ebikes have entered the space. Some could be considered “low speed electric bikes” as defined by U.S. Public Law, while others are more closely related to mopeds or motorcycles based on their power and speed. For this reason, several “classes” were created in Europe defining how and where specific ebikes could be used.
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