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Isn’t the HR1400Y just the same as an HR1450Y plus and HR1475Y?

Isn’t the HR1400Y just the same as an HR1450Y plus and HR1475Y?

Isn’t the HR1400Y just the same as an HR1450Y plus and HR1475Y?

The HR1400Y and the HR1450Y + HR1475Y combination are exactly the same in terms of what you get. The HR1400Y is for those who know they want a four-bike rack.

The combination HR1450Y + HR1475Y option are for those who know they want a two-bike rack now but might want to add an additional two bike capacity, sometime in the future. Which should I buy? The 1400 is the less expensive option since there is only one box (with packing material) instead of two. However, if you only need 2 bike capacity, the HR1450Y is the way to go!

 

What size wheels are applicable for the small wheel holder?

What size wheels are applicable for the small wheel holder?

What size wheels are applicable for the small wheel holder?

All bicycle wheels that are smaller than 20” outside diameter require small wheel holders to effectively reduce the functional length of the Sport & Trail riders wheel/tire holders.

How is a recumbent spec Sport Rider different from a standard Sport Rider?

How is a recumbent spec Sport Rider different from a standard Sport Rider?

How is a recumbent spec Sport Rider different from a standard Sport Rider?

a. The wheel/tire holder support tubes are longer to support the longer wheelbase on most recumbents (up to 72”).

b. The wheel/tire holders are set further away from the support tubes (4” additional on each side) to provide room for the wider seats/saddles on most recumbents.

c. Because the wheel/tire holders are set further out, the padded hooks also extend an additional 4” on either side.

d. These recumbent rack differences are applicable to both the HR1000Y-R and HR1450Y-R racks.

What are the differences between the HR3000 and the HR3500 TRS (Tire Retention System) racks?

What are the differences between the HR3000 and the HR3500 TRS (Tire Retention System) racks?

What are the differences between the HR3000 and the HR3500 TRS (Tire Retention System) racks?

a.       The HR3000 can be fitted to either a 1-1/4” or 2” receiver hitch whereas the HR3500 will fit into a 2” receiver only.

b.       The HR3500 comes with keyed alike locks to lock the rack to the vehicle and the bikes to the rack. The HR3000 does not come with locks (locks are available as an after-market accessories).

c.       The HR3500 uses our patented “No Wobble” system to firmly attach the rack to the receiver hitch whereas the HR3000 uses a threaded hitch pin.

d.       The HR3000 comes with silver wheel trays whereas the HR3500 comes with black wheel trays. Both are aluminum construction.

What’s the difference between the HR200 Trail Rider and HR1000Y Sport Rider?

What’s the difference between the HR200 Trail Rider and HR1000Y Sport Rider?

The difference is the direction (type) of fold. Both can be used on either a 1-1/4” or 2” receiver hitch.

  1. On an HR200 Trail Rider the wheel/tire holder support arms fold up (vertically when the rack is not being used). The HR200 cannot fold horizontally.
  2. On an HR1000Y the whole rack folds up horizontally (against the vehicle) or down horizontally to access the luggage compartment of the vehicle.