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Thule Parkway Hitch Carrier - 2 Bike

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    Budget bike transport.

    You shouldn’t have to spend as much on your rack as your did on your bike—at least that’s the way Thule sees it. The Parkway Hitch Carrier is simple to install and simple to use. The Parkway uses Thule’s classic cradles, which secure and protect your bikes’ frames during transport. And, because of the dual arm design, you don’t have to mess around with wonky top tube adapters—the Parkway carries them all. Thule even includes tie-down straps, but recommends upgrading to Zip Sticks for added stability.

    • 2 bike capacity
    • Eliminates need for top tube adapters
    • Tie-down straps included
    • Item #THU0181

    Tech Specs

    Bike Capacity
    2
    Part Number
    Thule 958
    Recommended Use
    cycling
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    it works

      So far works for me 2 weeks. I had no problem w/using it. Few extra rubber bands will help to prevent rattling and sliding along bars. I would recommend to get a long secure cable and a separate weather resistant lock w/dial code for it. IMHO auxilary pin-lock that thule suggests will be trashed by road dirt and you won;'t be able to stick the key in.

      my bike has never fallen off

        works fine. mine has a sleeve to fit both hitch receivers though. bikes stay on the rack and the securing strap deals are pretty nice (and replaceable). bikes bounce around and swing a lot but i have never seen a hitch mount that doesnt - and yes, i use the zip stick.
        i prefer the bikes on the roof or in the back of a truck. i guess if youre a baller and drive a hummer or escalade or similar, a roof rack wont work for you so this is a good option.

        Good for the price

          It is a nice rack and does the job of holding two bikes like it says. I have been having problems with the clips at the top sliding back in forth while driving with the bikes on it (I fixed it buy using rubber bands as gaskets to stop the movement). If you have a small bike, like my wife has, it will be a tight fit on the rack. I find that the zip stick is very useful in keeping the bikes from swaying around. Bottom line is it works good for the price but there are better ones out there.

          Thule Parkway Hitch Bike Carrier - 2 Bike

            Pros - Good price, excellent functionality, easy to assemble, bikes ride well, excellent overall design

            Con - Discovered that the Thule Zip Stick 2 that is recommended was an unnecessary purchase for me

            Thule 2 bike, hitch mount bike rack

              I have only used it once so far but like most Thule products, it is made of quality materials and built solidly. I thought it was very easy to assemble and install. It holds 2 mountain bikes nicely away from the back of my Denali and swings away easily for access to the back of the SUV without removing the rack or bikes (although Thule recommends that you remove the bikes before lowering the rack). The rubber tabs held the bikes securely and the tie strap kept the bike wheels straight on the rack. All in all, a good value for a high quality product.

              will the parkway carrier clear spare tire...

              will the parkway carrier clear spare tire on 2011 jeep wrangler

              we are buying our first bike rack so, we...

              we are buying our first bike rack so, we have a 2010 escape. will this fit? we have towing package.

              You can also get an extension to take your hitch from a 1 1/4" to a 2". I would suggest not doing this though. I tried it at first and you get a lot more movement from the rack while driving. I hit a speed bump and knocked my bikes into my bumber and scratched the paint. Shoot for a rack that is an exact match for your hitch.

              Write your question here...I have a hummer...

              Write your question here...I have a hummer h2 with hitch extender does the Thule parkway bike carrier work with the extender ? Some bike racks are not recommended with a hitch extender

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              Do you have the hitch extender only so that the bike rack will be far enough away from the spare tire? If that's the case, it should be just fine. Racks aren't 'recommended' to be used with extenders because they increase the torque placed on the hitch and because with the additional junction they aren't as stable.

              My wife uses an extender on her Escape to convert her 1 1/2" receiver to a 2" for our Thule T2. It works fine, but isn't quite as stable as when the rack is directly into a 2" receiver.

              will this fit an H3 with spare tire mounted...

              will this fit an H3 with spare tire mounted on back?

              It will work on an h3. depending on the tire size, you mite need a hitch extender and silent hitch pin. the silent hitch pin gets rid of the wobble.but the 7" extender decreases your tounge wieght by a third. with 2 bikes you have no worries. the roadway 912 is a lil bit better rack. Take my advice i work at Rack N Road. A rack specialty store

              does it fit a Jeep Commander Hitch?

              does it fit a Jeep Commander Hitch?

              can I use this on the back of a pickup...

              can I use this on the back of a pickup truck --it has a trailer hitch
              and if so do I have to remove every time I want to put back down --or is there a better product I should be looking at

              I have a ladies mountain bike...do I need...

              I have a ladies mountain bike...do I need the bar in order to mount it? We are traveling on fairly smooth roads from Maine to Florida...and how easy is it to swing away from my vehicle in order to get to the hatch?

              How would you lock down bikes with this...

              How would you lock down bikes with this rack?

              I have a spare tire mounted above my hitch...

              I have a spare tire mounted above my hitch on both vehicles I would use this rack on. Question is there enough clearance for the rack or will I have to buy an extender?

              Some friends of mine have a Toyota RAV4 and their rack works just fine. Check out the image to see if the style is similar to your vehicles.http://www.channel4.com/4car/media/T/toyota/rav4/03-large/06-rav4-r3q-a.jpgAre you dead set on hitch rack in this style? Bikes swing back and forth and collide with one another, and if you have any dual suspension bikes you're just asking for mounting troubles.Personally I prefer fork mount roof racks, but I'm a huge fan of Yakima's tray racks. They're quite a bit more expensive, but I like to think that my bike deserves the best after I ride it so hard.http://www.backcountry.com/store/YAK0233/Yakima-HoldUp-Bike-Rack-%96-2-Inch.htmlhttp://www.backcountry.com/store/THU0128/Thule-Transport-T2.html (Thule version, not as good in my opinion)