A locking, lightweight rack for hauling around two trail-slaying machines.
The best singletrack you've ever seen is a day's drive away, and with the Kuat Sherpa 2 Bike Rack, you can get there without filling your tiny trunk and back seat with a impenetrable pretzel of bike parts. Best suited for mountain bikes, this rack easily secures two bikes weighing up to 40 pounds each and is compatible with two-inch and 1.25-inch receivers (hitches) thanks to the one-sized-fits-all attachment.
- Not suited for DH or freeride bikes, but fits almost all other bikes with 20-29in wheels and up to a 44.5-inch wheelbase
- Provides an ample 13 inches of space between bikes to eliminate paint-trading during the drive
- Heat-treated aluminum chassis withstands road abuse, folds up for storage, and tilts downward for access to your vehicle's trunk
- The front and rear tire ratchets use an easy hand-tight cam system and frame supports to eliminate movement during the last bumpy mile to the trailhead
- Hitch lock and an integrated cable lock keep your prized machines from getting stolen in random truck-stop parking lots
- Weighs only 27 pounds for easy installation and storage
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do you ship to Toronto, canada
do you ship to Toronto, canada
Hey Jeff, thanks for your question. Yes, we do ship to Canada and this brand doesn't have any shipping restrictions. Here is how you can calculate your shipping costs; First, add the item or items to your cart. Then proceed to checkout (don?t worry?proceeding to checkout doesn?t make you obligated to purchase anything). Enter your address in the billing and shipping fields. Once you change the country, the page will show you the shipping charges. Hope this helps!
Well Designed Bike Rack
I just used this for the first time on a trip to Colorado. It performed very well and received many good comments from others. I noticed the bikes are offset just a bit so they don't interfere with each other. My friend had a diff rack and when using it we had to drop the seats. Not a big deal but shows Kuat attn to detail. The Sherpa is great for your typical MTB's, the NV seems overkill and more suited for DH bikes.
Shows the easy assembly of the Sherpa rack
Sherpa in use breakdown
How to operate your new Sherpa Rack!
Is there an extension for the Sherpa?
Is there an extension for the Sherpa?
Unfortunately there is no add on for the Sherpa. Only the NV has an add on.
Looks better than most racks
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This looks so good and holds my Mountain bikes on my car nicely. Built really sturdy and matches my car. I think most racks are ugly but this one looks like it belongs.
hi, I am interested hitch rack Kuat...
hi, I am interested hitch rack Kuat Sherpa/NV,.. Can you arrange for shipment to our country Indonesia Bali,.. How much for shipping cost,.. many thanks
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Do you know if this rack with work with a...
Do you know if this rack with work with a 2008 Toyota Rav4 (i.e. is there enough clearance to open the back door once it's installed)?
Clearance should not be a problem with any of Kuat's hitch racks once installed. I have attached the "fit guide" that answers those questions with actual dimensions. Let me know if you have any other questions, GREAT RACK! http://kuatracks.com/workspace/media/uploads/fit-guides/downloads/sherpa-fit-guide.pdf
I forgot to mention that the Sherpa (as with all Kuat hitch mounted racks) have a 3 pronged spring loaded pivot system. 1) Up for Storage 2) Flat for usage 3) angled down for entry into your hatch with backs still loaded up.
Sherpa Installation and Use
See the Sherpa in action!
Sherpa Assembly Vid
excellent rack, handles fast lane speeds in my sedan, sturdy, couldn't be happier - looks cool too!