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Towbar Bike Rack BuzzRack RACER 4

Easy-to-store bike rack that can hold as many as 4 bikes with swivel holders and a folding mechanism. more


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399,60 €

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  • 2-year warranty

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Description

The Towbar Bike Rack BuzzRack RACER 4 is a reliable bike rack that allows you to go on a trip with as many as 4 bikes! It mounts on a towbar and if needed, it can be folded to provide full access to the trunk of your car. The wheel rails are bigger, making the bikes more stable when in them.

Featuring an extremely durable construction, the rack accommodates bikes up to 60 kg. The holders rotate 360 degrees and therefore can be adjusted to any bike shape.

You can easily attach the Towbar Bike Rack BuzzRack RACER 4 to your towbar (no tools required). You can secure your bikes using ratchet straps and then lock your bikes to the carrier and the carrier to your car to look after your prized possessions. The rack features a 13-pin socket and a set of rear lights.

Key features:

  • Reliable towbar bike rack
  • Sturdy wheel rails for additional stability
  • Manually operated folding mechanism (can be tilted even when bikes are on it)
  • Rubber-padded cradles
  • 13-pin socket

The rack is also suitable for transporting e-bikes, however, as these bikes are usually heavier, make sure that you follow the maximum recommended load of the rack.


Technical description:

Max number of bikes

4

Compatible with frame dimensions

22-75 mm

Weight

19 kg

Max load capacity

60 kg (max 20 kg per bike)

Power connector

13-pin

Dimensions

L 88 x W 94 x H 73 cm

Max tire width

3.25"

Rear lights

yes

Compatible with one key system

yes

Bike locks to rack

yes

Rack locks to vehicle

yes



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Product parameters

Assembly Attached to the tow bar
Maximum number of bikes 4
Bike frame diameter 22-75 mm
Weight 18 kg
Weight limit (kg) 60 kg
Connector 13 poles
Dimensions 880 x 940 x 730
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