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Thule T2 Pro - 2-Bike Hitch Rack


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    • Black, 1.25in

    10 Reviews


    Carry your bikes like a winner.

    Sure, there's cheaper, bulkier hitch-mounted racks on the market, but you didn't invest your hard-earned dough on your favorite bikes to have them bouncing and clunking around on an inferior rack. The Thule T2 Pro 2-Bike Hitch Rack transports your lust-worthy carbon bikes, fat tire bruisers, and full-suspension trail rigs in sophisticated style and rattle-free security. This two-bike carrier attaches to 1.25 or 2 inch receiver hitches, with the 2 inch version offering the ability to carry two additional bikes with the purchase of Thule's T2 Pro Bike Add-On. Its Tool-free AutoAttach system makes mounting a painless process, also ensuring a solid attachment for peace of mind at highway speeds. Integrated locks secure your rack from shifty thieves, and integrated cable locks deter theft of your precious bikes.

    The rack itself is a great choice for carbon and full-suspension bikes, securing the front tire with a frame-free ratcheting arm. This design prevents delicate paint from being scratched, also keeping road vibration and pothole impacts from transmitting through the frame. Wider wheel trays accommodate the burliest 5 inch tires found on fat bikes, also working well with any road, cruiser, or mountain bike on the market. There's also a ratcheting rear wheel strap that keeps the bike's back end firmly secure. Other nifty details include a tilt-away design for loading and accessing your vehicle's rear hatch or trunk, as well as the ability to fold it up for easier parking.

    • Secures to 1.25 or 2 inch receiver hitches
    • Accommodates 20 to 29 inch bikes, up to 5 inch tires
    • Frame-free ratcheting arm and rear wheel strap
    • Side-to-side tray adjustments
    • Tool-free AutoAttach system
    • Folds up when not in use
    • Tilts away for rear-hatch access
    • Integrated cable locks for bikes
    • Rack locks to receiver hitch
    • Carries four bikes with T2 Pro Bike Add-On (2 inch receivers only)
    • Item #THU003S

    Tech Specs

    Bike Capacity
    1.25in receiver, 2in receiver
    Locks Included
    yes, integrated cable lock, lock knob
    Part Number
    [1.25in] 9035, [2in] 9034
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Quality product

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This rack is heavy duty. It will keep your bikes safe and last many trips to the mountains I'm sure. Assembly was pretty straightforward. My favourite feature is the folding rack so you can access your trunk with the bikes still on. It also comes with locks for both the hitch and the cables for securing the bikes. So easy and quick to get bikes on and off. All around awesome bike rack. Glad I finally pulled the trigger on this long awaited purchase.

    Picked up two!

      This is my second rack, easy to install- and comes in diferent hitch sizes. After a few years of wear, I was so happy that everything still works that I knew it was time for another for my wifes car. Solid rack and takes the abuse we put it through

      Investing in Quality

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Feel free to send me an email with questions on this bike rack or if you're looking to get one. I looked at a lot of the options on the market and this one stood out big time against all the rest. I'd be happy to help you with your bike rack search!

      I've been using this rack for the past month and have been loving it. I'm extremely happy with this purchase even with it being as pricey as it is.

      At $550 bones this isn't a cheap bike rack but one I rather call an "investment" as it's built incredibly well and I plan on having it for the next decade.

      I went with the 2in and used a 1 1/4" to 2" converter/ offset adapter since I drive a 2012 Ford Focus and you can only get hitch mounts in the 1 1/4". But I went for the 2" because I want this bike rack for the next 10 years and know that eventually I'll either have a truck or an SUV since I've had my car for about 5 years. And I don't want to buy a new rack when I get a new car in a few years. Plus it has the ability for the 2 bike add on part to haul 4 bikes. Not that I'll be doing that with my Ford Focus since she's maxed out with just the rack and 2 bikes. But gotta plan for the future!

      Setting Up:
      When you get the box with the rack in it, you'll need at build it but it's very easy and the tools are included which is real nice. You attach the two bars, then add the wheel tray and then the rear wheel ratchet and you're good to go. The hardest part was getting the lock cores in but it just takes a minute and they're good to slid right in.

      Rear Wheel Ratchet:
      I have these two opposing each other so the ratchet is facing backwards on the rear bike mount and forwards on the front bike mount. This way I can loop the strap through the other mounts wheel tray when loading bikes. Otherwise the ratchet strap is in the way. (I'll add a photo since this sounds a bit wonky).

      Folding Rack:
      The handle on this is hands down the single best feature of the rack. This is why I went for this one above all the other racks on the market. Not having to bend over and reach around the underside of the bike rack to get it to fold up or down is the game changer with this rack. Poor ergnomics on the other bike racks since their pins are located at the pivot point. So with the T2 there is no straining your back or monkeying around.

      Hit me up with any and all questions on this bike rack!

      Best thule rack to date!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Huge improvement over the original T2 rack. Bigger center mast that gives the rack a much burlier feel. They have added a anti rattle device that makes the rack feel much more snug in your hitch. Also the new wider wheel baskets are great with bigger tires.

      Hi Bret!

      the original T2 is still a great rack, but this has some added features. The new internal anti rattle device is great, at keeping the rack tight in your hitch, as well as wider wheel baskets. They have also added a much bigger middle support piece that keeps the rack feeling incredibly solid.

      Solid Upgrade!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      This rack is awesome. Thule has nailed it this time, with the new lever to lower and raise, to the locking pin, all the way to the tray system. This thing really covers all bases and not a single detail was overlooked. The rack also remains locked solid into the hitch thanks to the expanding hitch arm. Rad.

      so easy

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      Ive had the original T2 for years and recently upgraded to this. The best feature is the lowering handle. So much easier to use than the old version. This is the best rack out there. Bought the extention as well and it works great.

      What an upgrade!

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

      Returned my T2 Classic rack immediately upon finding out about this T2 Pro rack because it addressed all the issues I had with the Classic, e.g., the clearance between the rack and rear bumper; its ease of use is amazing and, IMHO, quite an upgrade!

      So easy to use!

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I've used Yakima, Kuat, and even Thule, but this new version of the T2 Pro is the easiest rack I've ever used! With one hand, ANYONE can easily move the rack up and down. Another feature I like is that the rack sits farther away from the bumper than the older T2 so that makes it compatible with more vehicle/hitch configurations. Now that fat bikes are more popular, Thule made it so the wheel baskets can accommodate almost any bike. Thule even integrated a rubber piece that sits against the rear rim when ratcheted down to protect those precious carbon rims from scratches or wear marks. Go get this rack!

      Unanswered Question

      Would it be possible to mount a Bob baby stroller? I realize they are not designed for it, but I could fasten the handle in the rear tire strap and the tire arm could hold the other end upright. Probably have to remove the rear wheels.

      How does the Thule T2 Pro work with the Toyota Tacoma tailgate in the open and down position?

      Hey David - The Thule T2 Pro will work great with your Tacoma. With no bikes on it, you can easily put the tailgate down if the rack is down. With bikes on it, you can tilt the rack down by removing the pin and still open the tailgate. I have used the T2 on my Tundra for years so feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions.

      - Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead