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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.
Top Pick Award
A light weight alternative to other hitch racks, with great adjustability.
As the lightest hitch rack we tested, the Sherpa was a favorite for its good looks and simple design.
The NV 2.0 combines beautiful design with great functionality.
Editors' Choice Award
The Trio eliminates the need for axle adapters and can carry nearly any type of bike on the market.
Best Buy Award
The Yakima Holdup is the less refined sibling of the Dr. Tray; it gets the job done but is more difficult to use.
Best Buy Award
With solid construction and a simple fork mount design, the Jetline is a great roof rack with an unbeatable price.
An ideal rack when used on vehicles with low roof heights.
For transporting road bikes or other bikes with standard quick release forks, the ForkLift is a solid option.
This is a a hitch mount rack that folds up for compact storage.
The SwitchHitter is a fork mount roof rack that can carry nearly any bike regardless of axle standard.
A stalwart of the hitch rack genera, the T2 is as relevant today as it was when it was released 10 years ago.
Top Pick Award
The swing away design of the BackStage is ideal for vans and cab over truck campers.
The Thruride delivers on the promise of multiple axle compatibility, but the rack falls short of the competition.
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.
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.
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.
Editors' Choice Award
Best trunk mount rack we have tested, with solid security features and a huge vehicle compatibly list.
The Thule Parkway is a more economical version of the Apex Swing, but it limits access rear compartments of a vehicle.
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.
The Saris Bones 2 will fit a wide range of vehicles, with its adjustable design, but lacks locks or other security features.
The affordable Allen Deluxe 2 is a trunk mount rack with limited versatility and no security features.
The Allen Deluxe 4 is ideal for occasional use.