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HighNoon FC Solo 1.25/2in Hitch Rack

4 out of 5 stars
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Why We Like The RockyMounts HighNoon FC Solo 1.25/2in Hitch Rack

We like experiencing as many trails as we can on any given weekend and the RockyMounts HighNoon FC Solo 1.25/2in Hitch Rack makes it possible. This versatile rack carrys one bike and slips into both 1.2in and 2in hitch mounts.


  • Hitch rack designed for carrying a single bike to single tracks
  • Fits both 1.25in and 2in hitches with locking anti-wobble bolt
  • Secures the bike without touching the frame to limit damage
  • Includes locking hitch bolt, cable lock, keyed lock pods
  • Compatible with wheel bases from 36" to 52"
  • Item #RMOY021
Bike Capacity
1 bike up to 60lb
1.25 and 2in hitches with premium 3-axis anit-wobble locking bolt
Locks Included
Part Number
Claimed Weight
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

4 based on 1 ratings

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4 out of 5 stars

May 20, 2024

High Noon rack

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Very sturdy, easy to use rack. Nice it comes with locks for both the rack and bike. My E-bike is about 50 lbs and I don’t see much movement at all while carrying the bike. My one criticism so far is that the bike kickstand is on the left side of bike when loading which makes it difficult to get into position to lift. It would be nice if the rack was reversible. Also I haven’t yet been able successfully to put one wheel at a time on the rack (to lessen the weight). Still working on it but it doesn’t seem conducive.

Tom T