2017 hot sold 2-Position Transit Bike Racks for America
1,load 2/3 bikes for bus
2,Easy and Intuitive
3,good quality and low price
RV Dual commercial bike racks
Compact two-bike rack design measures 27 inches deep and 65 inches wide
Accommodates up to two bicycles with wheel sizes from 20 inches to 29 inches and up to 2.35 inch wide and wheelbase dimensions of up to 44 inches (excluding tandems and recumbent bicycles)
Secures bicycles up to 55 lbs. per wheel tray while the vehicle is moving, and supports a 250 lb. (maximum) centrally located static load when it is deployed and the vehicle is not moving
Features Sportworks No Scratch™ support arm design that contacts and secures the bicycle by the front tire only
Simple and intuitive to use, not requiring straps or cords for additional securement
Does not interfere with bus access panels or windshield wipers
Rounded outside corners for rider safety and ease of bus washing
The magnetic, self-storing support arm requires no action by the rider for proper stowage
Orientation of the bikes pedals by the rider is not be required when using the rack and bicycles can be loaded and unloaded independently
Standard Pivot Plate
The standard pivot plate measures 26" wide, and provides the mounting and pivot point for the bike rack. The pivot plate is connected to bumper brackets, and enables the bike rack to move between the stowed and deployed positions. The standard pivot plate is compatible with Sportworks DL2, DL3 (Trilogy) and VeloPorter series racks.
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Approaching from the curbside, the rider lowers the rack with one hand while supporting the bike with the other hand. This durable rack is as easy to raise as it is to lower.
After lowering the rack, the rider places the bike into one of the rack's open wheel trays. All bike positions are completely independent of each other, making it easy to load or unload bikes with others already loaded in the rack.
To secure the bike, simply pull the unique self-storing support arm out and over the front tire. The handle should be placed as close to the front brake and head tube as possible to ensure safety and security of the bike, and in all cases the handle must be closer to the head tube than the highest point of the tire.