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A bike rack built for two.

Yakima armed the Quick Back 2 Bike Rack with a labeled strap system, narrow arm design, fold-down arms, and an anti-sway system. Simply attach this rack to your trunk using the labeled straps, padded metal buckles, and tri-padded feet. Then load two bikes on and secure them in the SwitchBlade anti-sway cradle system. Use the knob to adjust the arm angles, and take advantage of the built-in bottle opener (on the edge of one arm) after your ride. *Includes glass hatch hooks for glass trunk or gate mounts.

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Unanswered Question

Will this fit a 2014 Jeep Patriot?

Will it fit a 2011 Honda Civic 4d ?

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Hey YChen,

I checked out the "Fit My Car" feature on the Yakima website and it shows that your car would be compatible with the Quick Back 2 Car Rack.

Does this rack work with Audi a5 convertible?
Thank you.

Best Answer Responded on

I just checked using the "Fit my Car" feature on Yakima's site, and unfortunately it looks like this will not fit an Audi a5 convertible.

I have a 2014 Nissan Rogue. Will this rack fit? If not, which one will fit? Thank you.
Pat

Responded on

Hey Robert,
I just checked on Yakima's site, and unfortunately it looks like this will not work with a newer model Nissan Rogue. Do you have a trailer hitch? Factory rails on the roof?

If you are set on this style, here are a few options from Thule that would work:
http://www.backcountry.com/thule-passage-2-bike-strap-rack-w-cradles?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6dGh1bGU6MToxOnRodWxl&skid=THU0287-ONECOL-S2BIK

http://www.backcountry.com/thule-gateway-rack-2-bike?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6dGh1bGU6MTozOnRodWxl&skid=THU0394-ONECOL-ONESIZ

There are a few more, but those would be the lowest cost.

Email me if you'd like help finding an alternative! LFeasler@backcountry.com

5 5

Quickback got's your back!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I use the quickback to carry my road and mountain bike on my 07 Subaru Impreza and it fit well, the straps are easy to adjust and everything is very sturdy and well built. Its really simple to load and unload bikes, and the rack itself stores away easily once your done spinning wheels. I also used this rack to partially support a queen size pillowtop that I tied to my roof, not its intended use but definitely worked out, would highly recommend this rack

WRX?

WRX?

Best Answer Responded on

Should fit, you can check here: http://yakima.com/shop/bike/trunk/quickback-2

Responded on

It doesn't list the 5 door wrx but has the impreza 5 door, so it will work
thanks!

Unanswered Question

Will this rack fit a Mercedes C -300-...

Will this rack fit a Mercedes C -300- 2010?

Unanswered Question

Does this rack fit a 2008 Toyota Prius?

Does this rack fit a 2008 Toyota Prius?

Will this fit a 2009 Pontiac Vibe?

Will this fit a 2009 Pontiac Vibe?

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Yes the quick back will fit your car. Below is the Yakima fit info for your car on the quick back.

Fit Information
Vehicle: PONTIAC Vibe   Fit Type: Joe
Year Range: 2009-2010   Joe Measurement: None
Tower: QuickBack 2/3   Glass Hatch Hooks: No

Products
Snow:     Bike:  
Water:     Gear Boxes:  
Baskets:     Other Accessories:   ChainStrap (8002412)
TubeTop (8002531)
Products in italics are accessories.

Notes
285. Weight limit for 2 bikes is 60 lbs. / 3 bikes is 90 lbs.

Will this rack work on the Mercedes R350?...

Will this rack work on the Mercedes R350? If not, any suggestions?

Responded on

Hi, as far as I can tell, the Quick Back and KingJoe/Pro will fit the R class...

Does this luggage rack keep the bikes from...

Does this luggage rack keep the bikes from moving around and hitting each other when in transit?

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This bike rack is great and my bikes never hit each other when I use it.

Responded on

It does! It comes with anti-sway mounting hardware that not only make it easier to secure the bikes, but keeps them in a fairly stable condition so they don't hit each other. Other manufacturers don't include this with their strap bike mounts which is a huge plus for Yakima.

The other great thing with this bike rack is how easy it is to mount to a car. In fact, it is the easiest on the market while inflicting the least amount of damage. Without even reading the directions, you'll have it on your car in a couple of minutes! It also comes with a security strap that has metal cable at it's core that locks the bikes and the bike rack to the car if you leave it for whatever reason. You're going to love the Quick Back 2!

5 5

Best Trunk Rack I've Used

Before this rack my only experience was with the Saris Bones trunk racks. The Yakima Quick Back is much easier to install and includes many convenient additions. The labeled straps make installation simple, and if you're installing on a glass trunk or hatch Yakima has included interchangeable straps for you. There are clamps to hold the excess rope so that it isn't flying around as you drive. Also the anti-theft cable is a good idea. I doubt that it would stop anyone who is very determined to steal the rack, but it will definitely help keep honest people honest. It works well on my 2003 Camry and easily goes over the spoiler. The only problem that I've had with it is that the sides of my trunk are angled inward and if I don't tighten the side straps extremely tight they slide downward and become loose. Because of all of the other positives of the rack I overlook this and use it as an excuse to get the straps extra tight. But it is something you should consider before buying it for yourself.

5 5

Best Trunk Rack I've Used

Before this rack my only experience was with the Saris Bones trunk racks. The Yakima Quick Back is much easier to install and includes many convenient additions. The labeled straps make installation simple, and if you're installing on a glass trunk or hatch Yakima has included interchangeable straps for you. There are clamps to hold the excess rope so that it isn't flying around as you drive. Also the anti-theft cable is a good idea. I doubt that it would stop anyone who is very determined to steal the rack, but it will definitely help keep honest people honest. It works well on my 2003 Camry and easily goes over the spoiler. The only problem that I've had with it is that the sides of my trunk are angled inward and if I don't tighten the side straps extremely tight they slide downward and become loose. Because of all of the other positives of the rack I overlook this and use it as an excuse to get the straps extra tight. But it is something you should consider before buying it for yourself.

Unanswered Question

Has anyone use it on an Infiniti G37 sedan...

Has anyone use it on an Infiniti G37 sedan yet?

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Is there a rear bike rack for Honda CRV...

Is there a rear bike rack for Honda CRV AND Mitsubishi Outlander LS

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Write your question here...Will it work...

Write your question here...Will it work on a Volvo X70 Cross Country?

5 5

Nice Rack

I pretty happy with this product. While it is not cheap, it is well built and sits very solidly on my trunk. I tried a different brand before this one and the Yakima is far superior. My only complaint is that they advertise that they have a bottle opener on the arms. Well it is flimsy for a bottle opener (made of plastic). I used it to open a Sam Adams the first day I got it and it dug into the plastic pretty deeply. I don't think it would last very long. But I bought it to haul my bike not to open beer bottles. For the former it is great.