The Rack Valet is the first mobile bike rack storage and transportation system. Easily attach your bike rack into either the 1-1/4" or 2" slot on the Rack Valet and then roll it out to your vehicle. Some bike Racks can weight up to 90 pounds, so save yourself the trouble (and back pain) and roll your rack right out to your car.
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- Easily fits all bike racks using 1-1/4" or 2" receiver tubes*
- Includes locking wheels for ease of use
- Light weight and transportable
- Easy garage storage
- Patent pending
- Weight: 13 lbs.
- Limited Lifetime Warranty
*The 2” tube measures 3-7/8” from the center of the hitch pin hole to the front end of the tube where the receiver tube inserts. The 1-1/4” tube measures 2-1/2”.
About Hollywood Racks
Exceptional Bike Racks with Superior Stability
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Locally Owned & Operated in Los Angeles, California
Love the Rack Valet because now I have a way to store my Hollywood Bike Rack and not cause damage to it by lying it in awkward positions. Also I can move it around in my shop with out having to lift it. The bike rack balances perfectly on the Rack Valet. Its a must have in my opinion.
You might consider including shims to stabilize the valet. Appreciate the assurance “it might wobble, but won’t tip you tray”. Brakes for the 4 wheels a nice touch.
It's perfect. Easy to assemble. Easy to use. Very Stable
First impression of using the rack valet is how easy it is to move my 4 bike hitch rack around and store it to the side in my garage as needed. This assembled really easily and really does make moving a large, heavy hitch rack to and from your vehicle as needed quite a bit easier. The wheel locks are a nice touch as garage floors are slightly sloped, so locking the wheels on the valet keeps it in place securely against a wall or out of the way without worry it will roll off.
Only one issue that is middle post
Find it difficult to raise up after you load rear bike in rack to prepare for the next bike to load
Can be a challenge