Form and function collide with the Saris Bones three-bike trunk mount rack. Conceived by famed designer Fabio Pedrini, the Bones is more than just another rear-mounted rack. Rather, the gallery-worthy rack is a testament to style, design, convenience, and durability, with a 4.5 out of 5 star rating from Bicycling Magazine
. An efficient bike rack needs to be more than just a way to transport your bike from point A to point B. It needs to be easy to use, easy to install, and easy on two of your most prized possessions: your bike and your vehicle. Fortunately, the Bones meets the above conditions with room to spare, with ratchet straps that keep your bikes secured to the rack arms, exclusive anti-sways, and articulated rubber feet to protect the finish on your vehicle. As a result, nothing will get damaged in transport, including your nerves. In addition, the Bones is a breeze to install, with vinyl-coated hooks that strap securely to the car with spring buckles. And the arched design fits practically any vehicle, from sedans to minivans, and even most cars with spoilers.
The Bones 3-bike rack fits on almost any vehicle.
Constructed from heavy-duty, 100-percent recyclable plastic, the Bones rack is the strongest and most rack on the market. The injection-molded arms and legs will never rust, and are capable of supporting up to three bikes with ease. Plus, the arms separate the bikes on different levels to ensure that they won't rub or touch during transport. And because it's a trunk-mounted rack, your bikes are always accessible and easy to put in place. No overhead lifting, twisting, balancing, or hefting required, letting you save your energy for the actual ride. All Saris bike racks carry a lifetime warranty.
Note: The pink and purple cause-conscious racks let you support more than your bike, as $5 from the sale of each rack goes toward either breast cancer research (pink) or research into the cures for leukemia, lymphoma, and myeloma (purple).
About Saris Cycling Group
Saris Cycling Group traces its origins back to 1973, when the Graber brothers invented their first bike rack. The Grabers sold the bike rack company in 1989 to Chris and Sara Fortune, who created the Saris brand in 1992, and followed it up with CycleOps in 1999 and PowerTap in 2001. As a constant innovator, the Madison, Wisconsin-based company introduced the first PowerTap-equipped indoor cycle in 2004, making it possible for riders train with precision. Boasting a company of dedicated product managers, ingenious engineers, creative designers, and hardworking employees, Saris Cycling Group keeps its customers on the cutting edge of bike design.