Review: 21 lb. Saris Freedom Hitch Tray Rack

Saris Showing us their entire lineup of Racks at Interbike

Saris Freedom Assembly Video

Saris Freedom Installation Video

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  • Tom says:

    Can you lower the rack when two bikes are on it, so that you can open the vehicle’s tailgate?

  • Leonard says:

    Still has a problem with number plate visibility. In our Australian nanny state, we’ll need to pay for another plate with yearly fees to fit onto the rack itself. Roof racks are still to go in our instance.

  • Mike says:

    Saris states clearly that the weight limit for this rack is 60lbs/27kg per bike for two bikes.I carry two bikes at 40lbs+ each and the only issue is the rack swaying. I purchased two straps from Curt (hitch manufacturer) to hook into rear hatch of car.

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