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Open Box Bell Cantilever 200 2-Bike Trunk Rack - Black

Open Box Bell Cantilever 200 2-Bike Trunk Rack - Black

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Product Description

•A quick and easy carrier solution — no-tools required for assembly and installation
• Compatible with sedans, hatchbacks, SUVs, and minivans
• Stable fit with versatility: 2 padded top bars designed to adjust to different trunk shapes
• Each bar that comes in contact with the car is padded to protect the car’s paint and finish
• Holds up to 2 bikes using rubber cradles and hook-and-loop straps for secure attachment
• Compatible with most bike frame types
• Reflective red end caps increase visibility
• One-step folding with hub for easy on/off and storage
• Maximum 35 lbs. per bike (70 lbs. total)


Bring your bikes on your next getaway with the Cantilever 200 Bike Rack. It's made of heavy-duty, non-corrosive steel with a powder-coated finish for superior durability. This Bell bike rack includes secure mounting straps that adjust to your car for a semi-custom fit. It also features thick padded bars that rest on your vehicle's exterior to protect the paint and finish from scratches and other damage. It can accommodate up to two bikes for adults or children using the individual cradles for each frame. This deluxe Bell Cantilever 200 Bike Rack fits a variety of vehicles and is easy to attach, so you can be on the road in minutes heading toward your biking adventure. When not in use, it folds quickly for compact transportation and storage.

Dimensions (Overall): 28.1 Inches (H) x 7.2 Inches (W) x 18.6 Inches (D)
Weight: 11.05 Pounds
Holds up to: 33 Pounds
Load Capacity: 2 Bicycles
Assembly Details: No Assembly Required
Mount Type: Trunk
Protective Qualities: Rust-Resistant
Material: Steel

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  • 5
    This is Open Box

    Posted by nick on Jul 6th 2024

    Very Happy / Item is Just Like Brand New

  • 5

    Posted by Alexander Grajales on Jun 20th 2024