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102DN installed on Sedan
The high quality, simple design of the 102DN offers the perfect way to take your bikes along when traveling.
The Allen Sports 102DN Deluxe Two Bike Carrier fits sedans, hatchbacks, minivans and SUV's (make sure to confirm specific vehicle fit above). Its patented design sets up quickly and will safely transport your bicycles around town or cross country. Two side straps deliver exceptional lateral stability on your vehicle. A patented tie-down system individually secures and protects your bicycles.
Patented individiual 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.
Patented design fits sedans, SUV's, hatchbacks, and minivans
The patented single configuration design fits a wide range of vehicles, and eliminates confusion during installation. The middle frame on the rack keeps bicycles away from your vehicle during transport. Please consult Allen Fit List for specific vehicle fit.
Side straps for lateral stability on vehicle
Two side straps (in addition to rugged top and bottom straps) deliver exceptional stability for the rack when on your vehicle. This ensures that you and your bikes reach your destination safely.
Narrow set carry arms for easy bike loading
The 102DN's carry arms will accommodate a wide range of bicycle frame styles and sizes. Most traditional adult size bicycles, as well as most women's and children's frames can be quickly installed onto the rack.
|Model 102DN||Model S-102||Model 103DN||Model S-103||Model 104DB||Model S-104|
|Capacity||2 bike/ 70 lb||2 bike/ 70 lb||3 bike/ 100 lb||3 bike/ 100 lb||4 bike/ 140 lb||4 bike/ 140 lb|
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|Fully assembled - no tools needed||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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.
It is sturdy; however, if you don't have bungee cords to strap down your bike, it will elevate when you are at high speeds. I use two bungees in order to hold it in place. Read morePublished 4 days ago by BWalsh
This rack seemed pretty well made given the price point. The features that I did not like however, were the clips that fastened it on the bottom. Read morePublished 5 days ago by S. Smith
I like it. Hope it will work for long time and I wish to buy for 3 bicycle. Easy to fix on vehicle. I have not used it for long way though.Published 5 days ago by Paata
This helped me move two bikes from Northern California to Southern Missouri... in two days by car... I was worried it wouldn't cut it, but I was proven wrong! Read morePublished 5 days ago by Charlie
The good: I used the bike rack twice so far, and it seemed to hold both one and two bikes well driving at 65mph for an hour, and an hour and a half each way. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Max
Worked as described, I thought it was flimsy but held on fine even through the freeway ride with two bikes!Published 6 days ago by S. Ly