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by dedecofromDo Not Buy ThisBy the time you place this on your car securely as possible, you're exhausted. The side straps on window scratches your window and slides down leaving it very unsecured. Notice bike wobbling in the window. DO NOT PURCHASE THIS.[...]
Date published: 2011-09-10
Rated 1out of5
by pfearsfromWould only fit ONE bike!This rack seemed fine but it absolutely would not fit our two bikes at one time. After messing with it for some time, we had scratched the paint on the trunk and realized we would have to remove pedals from both bikes to make it work. Bummer.
Date published: 2012-02-17
Rated 3out of5
by rf7282fromNot a bad little rack!I just purchased one of these for my Mercedes Benz C240 2 days ago, so this is a 2 use review so far, subject to change later. Once I got the initial set-up and adjustments dialed in for my car (which weren't bad at all if you took the time to read the instructions), it is very easy to attach and remove in a matter of 2 minutes. I will WARN you about the side straps-be sure to place them FAR down on the lower bottom edge of the corners of your trunk with a vehicle like mine! I did notice some initial slippage when I first put them on the sides, but re-positioning the straps lower on the bottom edge cured the problem. You'll have to "fiddle" around with them a bit to find the best place on your vehicle. I also noticed that the inside bike rack was too close to clear the bumper of my car-causing the pedals to come into contact with the car finish-NOT good! I had to move my bike to the outer rack location to avoid this problem. The arms should be a lot longer!! I don't see the possibility of getting 2 bikes on this rack at all with my vehicle at this time, unless you want to remove the pedals from the inside bike. As far as the way the rack carried my bike, I was watching it in the rear view mirror, and it seemed to ride pretty well. I checked it for any slippage, but everything held tight OK. I will update this review as my experience with the rack increases.
Date published: 2011-09-30
Rated 4out of5
by scomercherofromNot your average JoeI use this rack frequently on a commute to my favorite path across town. I always keep it in my trunk. I love that I can hook up my bike in less time that it takes me to brush my teeth. My only minor grips is actually related to the thing I like most about the SuperJoe: It's sometimes tough to secure the straps into the "pegs", especially with sweaty hands post-ride. However, I have no doubt that the bike is safe and sound once it's on there. I've only tried adding a second bike (both hybrids) on one occasion, and it seemed like a tight fit. I had to face them in the same direction, which the manual advises against. I'd really recommend it mostly for use with a single bike. Oh, and the bottle opener makes me smile each time I see it.
Date published: 2012-01-04
Rated 4out of5
by ryanactuallyfromDoes what it does - with style.Feels kinda weak when you load two bikes.
Date published: 2012-06-28
Rated 5out of5
by Tom in EaglefromAnother Great Yakima ProductGreat unit for smaller cars
Date published: 2013-01-04
Rated 5out of5
by CAlavez04fromExtremely Sturdy!Super easy to follow instructions, great for a range of cars, and completely sturdy once on.
Date published: 2013-05-22
Rated 5out of5
by alexwhittemorefromRock solidAttachment to the car is solid as a rock. It's relatively quick to set up, as well, since the side and bottom straps are integrated (only one thing to tighten per side). I was in a rush to get away for the weekend and set it up in the REI parking lot to be sure everything would fit nicely in case I needed to return it right then - it took 5m tops box to trunk.
My ONLY issue so far is that one of the (very convenient) rubber-band-like excess strap holders is split a bit due to manufacturing defect and looks like it'll fall off with much more use. The fact that they're included at all is a great touch.
All in all, totally worth the extra money for this over the terrible options you can find for $80 elsewhere.
Date published: 2013-10-06
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Yakima SuperJoe Pro 2 Bike Trunk Rack Customer Reviews