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Product Highlights

  • No hitch required on your RV - attaches to bumper!
  • Fits most standard 4" to 4.5" rectangular bumpers
  • Wheel mount style bike carrier is universal and easy to use
  • Available in a 2-bike and 4-bike version
  • Made from 1" steel and is powder coated black
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RV and Camper Bumper Bike Rack

Retail Price: $124.99
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Product Highlights

  • No hitch required on your RV - attaches to bumper!
  • Fits most standard 4" to 4.5" rectangular bumpers
  • Wheel mount style bike carrier is universal and easy to use
  • Available in a 2-bike and 4-bike version
  • Made from 1" steel and is powder coated black
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Product Description

This is a bike rack specifically designed to fit onto the bumper of your RV or camper. If your RV or camper has a built-in hitch, then you're in luck and can use a traditional Bike Hitch Rack. But, if you don't have a hitch, then that is what this rack was invented for! Since it clamps onto your vehicle's back bumper, there is no hitch or special equipment required. All that is required is that your RV or camper's bumper be between 4" and 4.5". 

The RV and Camper Bumper Bike Rack is a wheel mount style rack which means it supports your bikes by their wheels. Compared to a frame style bike carrier, the wheel mount style rack is more versatile and generally easier to use. This rack will accommodate bikes with almost any frame size and configuration including beach cruisers, children's, and women's bikes. To use the rack, you simply drop your bike into the 1.75" wide wheel wells. Once your bike is in place, then you use a tie down strap to secure your bike to the "L" support bracket. The support bracket is included with the rack and serves as a secure anchor post for you tie your bikes to. The rack is made from a powder coated tubular steel which provides plenty of strength and some rust protection. 

We offer this rack in a 2-bike and 4-bike version to fit your needs. 

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  • 2-bike version:
    • Holds 1 or 2 bikes
    • Rack arm sticks out 24" from back bumper
    • Each rack arm is 20" wide
    • 6.5" U-bolts install on 4" to 4.5" RV bumper
    • 1.75" wheel well widths on rack
    • "L" shaped support bracket is 19.5" tall
    • Tubular steel construction
    • Rack weights 22 lbs & can support up to 60 lbs.
  • 4-bike version:
    • Holds 1 to 4 bikes
    • Rack arm sticks out 40" from back bumper
    • Each rack arm is 20" wide
    • 6.5" U-bolts install on 4" to 4.5" RV bumper
    • 1.75" wheel well widths on rack
    • "L" shaped support brackets are 19.5" tall
    • 26.5" angle support brackets
    • Tubular steel construction
    • Rack weights 44 lbs & can support up to 140 lbs
  • 2-bike version:
    • (2) 2-bike rack arms
    • 1 "L" support arm
  • 4-bike version:
    • (2) 4-bike rack arms
    • 2 "L" support arms
    • 2 Angle support brackets
  • All mounting hardware
Q:
I need a bike rack that will fit a camper bumper that is about 2 inches by 4 inches...not the regular 4x4.5 bumper.
 
A:
This bumper bike rack, for RVs & Campers, is somewhat unique, and the manufacturer does not currently have one available for a smaller bumper. We have several bike rack options for tow hitches, and we also have one or two bike racks that mount to an external spare tire, in case that is an option for your camper - you can find one of those here.
 
Q:
I have a spare tire for the travel trailer mounted to the bumper. Will it be in the way of the bike rack when the bikes are on?
 
A:
Whether this RV/Camper bumper bike rack could work for your trailer's bumper, with the spare tire mounted on it, would depend on where/how the tire is mounted to that back bumper. If it sits above the actual bumper, it might work. If it is attached right to the bumper, then it probably won't. The bike rack has two arm sets that are each 20" long, that you will need to attach to the bumper at a distance from each other so that the bikes front and back wheels will fit; so whether there is room for a tire mounted between those two arm sets if it is resting right on the bumper might depend on the length of the bumper, and whether you can place the two bike rack arms on either side of the tire and still fit the bikes.
 
Q:
After attaching a hitch mounted bike rack to my travel trailer bumper, losing a bike pedal and severely scratching/denting my trailer trailer, I need a good solution to keep the bikes steady. Do you have any reviews as to how steady the bikes stay while traveling down the road on this rack? It would seem having the weight on the tires a better solution than how I had them mounted on the cross bars, but the trailer bounces around a lot due to only leaf springs. Any information or real road testing would be helpful.
 
A:
StoreYourBoard has sold a few of these RV/trailer bike racks, both for 2 or 4 bikes, since we started carrying them about two years ago, but no one has popped up to offer feedback or provided a review on them yet. On the other hand, this is not a bike rack that people have bought and requested to return - I don't believe we have had one returned ever - and they haven't written to complain about some feature or its use or other defects/issues. So we can't actually offer you much other information on what the user experience has been - though we do often hear from our customers on these type of items. For many people with an RV or trailer that doesn't have a hitch, this is one of the few alternatives available, as it is. Being wheel mounted mostly means that it can hold a few different types of bikes, but I would agree with your idea that it should mean they are sitting a little more stable in the rack as you are travelling, so it might be a good option for your bikes & trailer.
 
Q:
What weight bike will this bike rack hold?
 
A:
Our RV/Camper Bumper Bike Racks have these weight specifications:

The 2 bike model can support up to 60 lbs;

The 4 bike model can support up to 140 lbs.
 

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