Saris Cycle-On Pro for sale. Fits 2" hitches only; holds 1 or 2 bikes.
- Review here: https://www.singletracks.com/mtb-gear/saris-cycleon-pro-bike-carrier-review/
- Owner's manual attached to this post.
- Rated for 2 bikes at up to 60 lbs each.
- Supports bikes with 20" to 29" wheels.
- Does not contact the frame in any way - the front arm locks angularly as well as radially so it doesn't need to press against the front fork like some other racks of this design.
- Tire width: Saris doesn't have a spec for this, but our previous 2.6" tires fit just dandy. We've been using it with our current 27.5" x 3.0" tires, but I wouldn't recommend that to others. See pictures.
- The rear hold-downs are surprisingly strong and we haven't had problems there even with our 3" tires when driving at freeway speeds or (slower) on dirt roads.
- Includes a locking hitch pin (rack has knob to turn to eliminate play) and a locking cable (keyed alike) that snakes through the bikes and the rack.
- Rack folds up pretty easily and as good clearance from the back of the vehicle in both operational and folded positions, as you can see in the photos.
- Note that if you have big fenders on the front wheel, this rack won't work for you. Rear fenders are not a problem. We got away with the smallish fenders on Rad Power's "City" bikes.
- Rack is in very good shape, stored indoors when not in use. The hitch play tightening knob is scuffed up a bit from using a wrench to tighten it fully, but not too bad.