Swagman 4-Bike RV Bumper Rack
The Swagman RV 4-bike bumper rack will safely transport up to 4 bikes. It is made of heavy duty solid steel construction and is built for a 4” – 4.5” continuously welded steel bumper. Simple and easy to use you will want to take this bumper rack with you on all your road trips. Not for use on aluminum or spot welded bumpers. Distance from bumper to end of rack: 34″. First bike sits 4-3/4″ out from bumper. The 4-Bike RV Bumper Rack is covered under a Swagman limited lifetime warranty.The 4-Bike RV Bumper Rack provides an easy solution for carrying the whole family’s bikes on the back of an RV. The sturdy rack mounts onto a 4 to 4.5-inch continuous, welded steel bumper and provides a platform where you can stand your bikes. The rack boasts solid steel construction and offers a weight capacity of 30 pounds per bike.
The RV Bumper Rack provides a stable platform to stand up to four bikes.
- Transports 1, 2, 3, or 4 bicycles on an RV or camper trailer bumper (max 30 lb. per bike)
- Designed for 4″ to 4.5″ square RV bumpers, installs with a 6.5″ and 8″ long bolts around the RV bumper
- Heavy duty steel construction with a black paint finish and powder-coated to resist corrosion
- Secure the steel U-Bolts provided with the rack to your bumper. The upright bar in the center of the rack gives added support to your bikes while towing
- Simple to use and supports various bike sizes, frames and wheels
Really great rack, very strong! I have used this rack for 8 months now, and I am nothing but impressed with it. As some other reviews stated, it did not fit right with my RV, but that is because my bumper is very close to the RV. My modification was to put the flat bars on top and the square tubes on the bottom. I have a very sturdy bumper, so I have had no problems with the rack bending or distorting my bumper. Please check your bumper before purchasing to make sure that it can handle something being cantilevered 3 feet…
Returned to sender – pretty unusual for an Amazon product This must have been the lemon of the production line that day it was made. The upright that is welded had broken at the weld during shipment – no apparent damage to the box. Figured I could contact Swagman and get this replaced so went to mount it to the bumper. 4 of the 8 bolt holes in the frame were drilled at an angle (2 in each frame). I wasn’t willing to pound the bolts back to enable alignment – not that that would make sense as it would’ve ruined the structural integrity at that…