Rear Bike Racks
Transporting bicycles on a rear carrier is usually more fuel-efficient than on a roof rack. Also, loading is easier, and the use of parking garages or garages is generally unproblematic. However, most rear bike racks require a trailer hitch on the vehicle. When choosing the right model, however, you should consider the number of bikes that fit on the rack and the maximum load capacity. Lockability and easy access to the vehicle's boot even with a loaded rear rack are other important criteria. All models offered here are approved and tested for road use.