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Score Product Price Our Take
80
$580
Editors' Choice Award
The Thule T2 Pro XT is the winner of our Editors Choice Award, and is the best hitch rack we have ever tested.
79
$599
Top Pick Award
A light weight alternative to other hitch racks, with great adjustability.
78
$498
As the lightest hitch rack we tested, the Sherpa was a favorite for its good looks and simple design.
77
$649
The NV 2.0 combines beautiful design with great functionality.
76
$189
Editors' Choice Award
The Trio eliminates the need for axle adapters and can carry nearly any type of bike on the market.
76
$429
The Yakima Holdup is the less refined sibling of the Dr. Tray; it gets the job done but is more difficult to use.
75
$140
Best Buy Award
With solid construction and a simple fork mount design, the Jetline is a great roof rack with an unbeatable price.
74
$199
An ideal rack when used on vehicles with low roof heights.
72
$190
The SwitchHitter is a fork mount roof rack that can carry nearly any bike regardless of axle standard.
72
$529
This is a a hitch mount rack that folds up for compact storage.
72
$169
For transporting road bikes or other bikes with standard quick release forks, the ForkLift is a solid option.
71
$440
Best Buy Award
A stalwart of the hitch rack genera, the T2 is as relevant today as it was when it was released 10 years ago.
69
$575
Top Pick Award
The swing away design of the BackStage is ideal for vans and cab over truck campers.
63
$230
The Thruride delivers on the promise of multiple axle compatibility, but the rack falls short of the competition.
60
$530
The Apex swing enhances access to the rear of your vehicle, but the design supports bikes by the frame and can lead to bike damage.
59
$270
It lacks the quality and convenience of the competition, but the Chinook is an affordable hitch mount tray rack option for those on a budget.
58
$180
Basic, but inexpensive, the Swagman XC2 is a hitch mount tray rack that lacks security features and clamps on the frame, but it is lightweight and folds up small for storage.
56
$350
Editors' Choice Award
Best trunk mount rack we have tested, with solid security features and a huge vehicle compatibly list.
51
$270
The Saris Freedom 2 is a versatile hitch mount rack that relies on frame clamps rather than tire and wheel contact to secure bikes for transport.
51
$240
The Thule Parkway is a more economical version of the Apex Swing, but it limits access rear compartments of a vehicle.
39
$155
The Saris Bones 2 will fit a wide range of vehicles, with its adjustable design, but lacks locks or other security features.
38
$60
The affordable Allen Deluxe 2 is a trunk mount rack with limited versatility and no security features.
36
$150
The Allen Deluxe 4 is ideal for occasional use.