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Allen Sports Ultra Compact Folding 2-Bike Trunk Mount Rack

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About the Product

  • Heavy steel
  • Ultra-compact 2-bike carrier for traveling and commuting
  • Folds up small and fits inside carrying bag or backpack
  • 3 padded legs rest against vehicle; 3 adjustable security straps
  • Tie-downs and padding keep bike secure and separate from vehicle
  • Fits sedans, hatchbacks, minivans, and SUVs

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Allen Sports Ultra Compact Folding 2-Bike Trunk Mount Rack + Keeper 06051 10" Mini Bungee Cord, 4 Pack + Allen Sports Tension Bar Bicycle Cross-Bar Adaptor
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  • Item model number: MT-2-Parent
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (329 customer reviews)
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From the Manufacturer

MT-2 Installed on SUV

Super Compact Design

The Patented design on the AL and MT Racks makes them extremely compact when folded, but extremely stable when installed on your vehicle. These are incredibly easy to transport when not in use. They are truly the ultimate commuter rack.

Allen Sports Model MT-2 2-Bike Rack

An ultra compact 2-Bike carrier

The Allen MT-2 Ultra-compact 2-bike carrier delivers all of the benefits of a full featured bicycle carrier, with the ease of use and convenience of Allen's patented folding design. Built on a rugged steel frame, the MT-2 offers easy transport and storage when not in use. Dual compound tie-down cradles protect and secure your bicycles. All backed by Allen's exceptional customer service and lifetime warranty.

  • Patened ultra compact folding design
  • Dual compound cradles secure and protect bicycles
  • Padded spine pad protects bicycles and your vehicle
  • Patented design fits wide range of vehicles
  • Fully asssembled for easy installation
  • Carry bag included
  • Backed by Allen's lifetime warranty

Allen Ultra-Compact Rack Features

Patented Ultra-Compact Design

The patented design of the AL and MT racks fits most sedans, SUV's, hatchbacks and minivans, and allows you to fold your rack down to a size smaller than a shoe box. This delivers great benefits in terms of transporting and storing your bike rack when not in use (Note: MT Rack shown).

Patented Tie-Down System

Allen's patented individual tie-down system secures and protects your bicycles. The tie-downs are fixed in position on the carry arm, but rotate so that the can engage a wide range of bicycle frame sizes and styles (Note: AL Rack shown).

Padded spine to protect bicycle

Allen Ultra Compact Racks feature a large soft TPR landing pad on the main spine to protect your bicycles during transport and to keep the bicycles away from your vehicle (Note: AL Rack shown).

Carry bag included

A nylon carry bag is included with you Ultra Compact Rack. This provides a handy way to transport and store your rack when not in use.

Model MT-1 Model AL01 Model MT-2 Model AL02 Model 102DN Model S102
Capacity 1 Bike/ 35 LB 1 Bike/ 35 LB 2 Bike/ 70 LB 2 Bike/ 70 LB 2 Bike/ 70 LB 2 Bike/ 70 LB
Quick Secure Straps
Dual Compound Cradles
Ultra Lightweight Aluminum
Side Straps for Lateral Stability
Wide Profile Feet to Distribute Load
Individual Tie-Down Cradles
Patented Ultra Compact Design
Fully Assembled
Includes Carry Bag

About Allen Sports

Dick Allen (pictured left in 1972) started Allen Sports in his garage in 1967. Since its founding, the company has been committed to producing the highest-quality, easiest-to-use bike racks and bicycle related products on the market. Dick, a onetime aerospace engineer, opened Allen Sports after building a prototype bike carrier in his Lincoln, Massachusetts shop in his free time. The first ever trunk-mounted bicycle carrier--made of electrical conduit, metal strapping, and fire hose casings (for padding)-- was thoroughly tested on weekend excursions to Cape Cod. Shortly afterward, Allen took his design to market, and by 1971 had established a national presence for his product.

Today, the family owned company owns more than three dozen patents, operates four warehouses nationally, six factories abroad, and sells products in countries around the world including USA, Mexico, Canada, and China.

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72 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Hanna Kirby on June 1, 2012
Style Name: MT-2
I picked this up because it was cheap and it would work with my Subaru hatchback. It is lightweight, and it's very quick to put on and take off once you get the top straps adjusted. It's essentially everything I wanted in a bike rack, nothing more and nothing less. I am a pretty careful person so mine has lasted for almost two seasons with no problems to the rack and still going strong; I can't speak to durability if you beat the crap out of it.

The little buttons you push in to extend the rack for the second bike are hard to push in but still manageable (maybe some wd-40 would help).
My roommate's bike did not fit on this rack because it had lots of stuff going on in the triangle below the top tube (dual suspension, I think).

I'm *usually* a careful person, some things to note:
* do not use the rear wiper, I burned up the rear wiper motor which is a potentially expensive fix. Luckily boyfriend replaced the motor fairly easily and cheaply (I can provide the details if you're in a similar bind). Now I have painter's tape in my console and tape off the rear wiper switch when the bike rack is on the car (boyfriend was not excited to replace the motor every season).
* make sure the car and bottom rubber foot are clean, clean, clean (just like the directions tell you to). I have paint scratches where that foot rests. I now have electrical tape over the general area where that foot will normally sit because I don't care too much what my car looks like but don't want any more scratches. I don't know if it'll work. Fingers crossed.
* don't position the carrier too high. I had two bikes and the carrier situated a little too high and I was getting lift on the bikes at 70mph. The bikes were fine; it just made me (and probably anyone driving behind me) very uneasy.

Overall, awesome rack, I've gotten my money's worth and then some.
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56 of 60 people found the following review helpful By krossover on May 19, 2013
Style Name: MT-2 Verified Purchase
Originally bought this to use on a Mini Cooper now using it with on mazda cx-5 (compact SUV) primarily with a 29er

The rack:
I use the rack to transport a 29er mountain bike which is a little awkward to use due to the frame design of the bike. I can't get the top bar of the frame to sit flush on the padded legs but regardless, I'm still able to securely strap it in.
The set up is pretty straight forward: open all the arms and legs until the click into place. Hook the top hooks to the top of the trunk frame & tighten, hook the bottom hook to the bottom of the truck and pull each tie down till tight.

The instructions say not to put all 3 points of contact on the window as it may break the window. I'm weary of putting the rubber pads on the actual car frame in fear that it would damage the paints so I position the top pads toward the window of the window and the bottom pad on the license plate.

The frame hooks are metal so in fear that it may damage the paint, I put some electrical tape inside the hooks for added protection.

I use bungy cords to secure the tires, handle bars, and pedals from moving and it also provides added security for the bike from shifting on the rack.

So far so good. I haven't experienced any real issues transporting bikes with this rack. I've transported 2 bikes on several occasions without any problems. I did notice wobbling on occasion when turning. Not sure if it was my setup or improperly secured the tie-downs.

On Mini Cooper::
It worked well on the mini even with 2 bikes although I never used it for long distances or on freeway.
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45 of 50 people found the following review helpful By Jake on December 26, 2012
Style Name: MT-2 Verified Purchase
The bike rack works well. I used to to transport my bike from home to my school, which is a 550 mile drive at 60-75 mph the whole way and it held up perfectly. However, some things are worth noting.

The bike rack doesn't hold all parts of the bike sturdy. For example, the wheel on the bike is still pretty easy to turn even when tied down like the directions say to. In addition, the pedals are still free to rotate and could hit your car. Also, the hooks that hook into the top of your trunk don't have any sort of protective coating so they may scratch your car a little bit.

These flaws are easily remedied by purchasing a few bungee cords and tying your bike securely. You may also want a few rags to tuck under the hooks that hold the rack to the car (very thin rags or pads of some sort). Also, it would be wise to put an old sock or another rag around the pedal closest to the car just in case, with the addition of the bungee cord to keep the pedals from rotating.

Also, keep in mind that the pins that you push in order to fold and unfold the rack can be a bit frustrating, and difficult to work with. However, I would like to emphasize, do not use any sort of tool or stick to push in the pins if they show some sort of resistance. I did this, and one of the pins ended up contracting too much to the point of getting stuck inside one of the metal shafts and there was no way of getting it out. I ended up replacing this pin with a nut and bolt, and although this worked and held up perfectly fine throughout my 550 mile drive with no problems, I had to unscrew the nut and bolt in order to fold and unfold the rack which makes it take longer to set up and will require tools.
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