The Thule Apex 4 hitch bike rack offers secure carrying capacity for up to 4 bicycles. Features include road dampening technology (RDT) and a tilting design for easy loading and providing access to the back of your vehicle.
The rack securely locks to your vehicle with the included SnugTite Lock and no tools are required. Integrated road dampening technology is used in the individual bike cradles to cut down on bounce or movement. The height of the rack provides excellent above ground clearance and the included cable lock makes certain that the bikes are secure.
Capable of carrying up to 150 pounds (35 pounds per bike), the Thule Apex 4 bike rack is carbon frame compatible.
REQUIRED FOR USE BUT NOT INCLUDED: Tow hitch with a 1.25 or 2" receiver.
- Maximum bike protection and suspension with HoldFast RDT (Road Dampening Technology) Cradles and No-Sway cages
- Greater bike clearance above ground and between bikes, thanks to unique arched arm design and increased mast height
- Convenient access to rear of vehicle - HitchSwitch feature allows rack to be easily tilted down
- Complete bike security with integrated cable lock (included)
- Tool-free installation with SnugTite stinger design delivers maximum stability and security (lock included)
- Easy carrying and handling, thanks to integrated handle
Best Use Cycling Warranty Limited Lifetime Type Hitch Bike Rack Max Number of Bikes 4 Load Capacity 140 lbs Max Bike Weigh 35 lbs Dimensions 14" x 38" x 41" Folded Dimensions 14" x 38" x 17" Item Weight 35 lbs Distance Between Bikes 5.5" Tilt Function (with Bikes) Yes Bike Lock Included Yes Receiver Lock Included Yes
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