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Hit the open road with your bike in tow. Shop quality bike racks from leading brands at DICK'S Sporting Goods.
Find the right bike rack for your journey. Shop hitch racks, trunk racks and roof racks, and transport one or multiple bikes safely to your destination. Find racks designed for easy upload and unload and premium hitch features, so you can transport your bike with confidence.
Discover some of the best racks in biking from popular brands, including Thule®, Softride® and Saris®.
Hauling your bike is simple with the right bike rack. Choose a rack based on your vehicle and needs as a cyclist. Some racks carry bikes by the handle bars — without contacting the frame, fork, cable or hydraulic lines. Consider the following rack mounting systems:
Roof racks are best suited for large cars and vehicles equipped with built-in base racks. Keep in mind overhead clearance when selecting a roof rack for your car
Hitch racks are mount directly to your vehicle's trailer hitch, and are great for use with SUVs , minivans and other vehicles with a trailer hitch. These racks can hold one or multiple bikes. These racks protrude significantly from the back of your vehicle, making tight maneuvers more difficult
Trunk racks attach to the back of your vehicle and are ideal for compact vehicles without a roof rack. These racks are easy to attach and detach and do not protrude far from the back of your vehicle
Tips & Expert Advice
Always check your vehicle's manual before installing a bike rack.
Choose a bike rack with a heavy-gauge, powder-coated steel construction. Rubber and foam padding safeguard against scratches and scuffs to both your bike and your vehicle. Anti-sway cradles are a must-have for transporting multiple bikes. If you're carrying two or more bikes, it's often wise to secure the wheels with a cord or strap to prevent bumps. For more efficient storage, choose a rack designed to fold away.