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Open the door to two-wheeled adventure.
Hitch racks are bomber and roof racks are reliable, but the former is expensive (especially if you don't already have a hitch receiver) and the latter ruins your gas mileage and requires all sorts of parts. When it comes to ease of use, efficiency, and affordability, it's tough to top the Thule Gateway 2-Bike Rack, which attaches securely onto the hatch of almost any vehicle, holds two bikes safely, and folds up for easy storage when you're not using it. Thule's FitDial adjustment system ensures that the nylon straps will cinch down to your hatch to prevent slippage, and the Cinch Lever system allows you independently adjust each arm, which means you can carry bikes with unique frames.
The Stay-Put cradles and anti-sway cages keep your bikes from banging into each other or into the car—you have to keep that candy-apple paint job fresh, after all—and the curved arms provide enough clearance to clear most small spoilers, so you don't have to give up downforce on the road (because you definitely need all the help you can get to keep your jalopy stuck to the pavement).
- FitDial adjustment system
- Cinch Lever arm adjustment
- Stay-Put cradles
- Anti-sway cages
- Nylon hatch-attachment straps
- Folding design
- Item #THU0394
- Q & A
You Get What You Pay For
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This rack fits my 2015 Ford Focus perfectly and gets my bike from once place to another safely. The hooks tend to scratch the paint off of my car a bit and my bike tends to slide into my car while driving, but hey you get what you pay for. Definitely a good bike rack for the price. Also, don't bother trying to read the instructions that it comes with, just YouTube it or you'll waste an hour of your time trying to figure it out.
Bike is racked and ready to go
I have the bike on backwards. The folding vertical support should attach to the seat tube. Don't judge me. It was 0 dark thirty when I mounted the bike.
Good for the cost.
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Not as easy to install as suggested, but once you figure it out it goes smoothly. Fits well on a 2015 Chevy Equinox. Make sure to adjust straps frequently as they tend to slip a little.
Will be returning, doesn't fit my car
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
According to the Thule fit guide, this should work on a 2014 Audi Allroad, but as you can see from the picture, the side hooks are supposed to connect onto the glass...Sorry, but that's just not something I'm comfortable with. This might work great on another model car though, it seems well built and fairly simple to use and adjust. An improvement in my opinion would be a rubberised coating on the hooks, or supply the rack with separate pieces of dense foam to protect the painting of the car.
Will this rack work with a 2014 Jeep Grand Cherokee? The vehicle year is not included in the Thule fit guide
Given the Jeep's rear spoiler, you may have a problem. That thing sticks out pretty far and the bike rack's hooks would have to go over the top of that. There's a ton of strap length that should accommodate, so the only issue would be what those straps would do to your paint's finish. The rub ought not be too much, but i would use caution.
Can this safely be used with a 2006 Audi A4 Quattro Convertible?
can this be used with a 2012 mazda mx5...
can this be used with a 2012 mazda mx5 convertible
Thule does not have a carrier listed for your car only because your car cannot support the weight.
Can I use this rack with a 2008 Town and...
Can I use this rack with a 2008 Town and Country MiniVan
Using the Thule Fit Guide I am guessing that the answer is 'yes' but I am not 100% sure because I had to assume on a couple features of your car. The link is below if you want to double check for your self.