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Saris Bones 805 (2-Bike) Trunk Mount Rack

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  • Injection -molded arms and legs are the strongest on the market
  • Built with 100% recyclable, non-rusting materials
  • Ratcheting anti-sway straps secure and stabilize bikes.
  • Arc-based design fits over most spoilers, and separates bikes on different levels
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Product Description

4-1/2 stars (out of 5), Bicycling Magazine. A Saris Bones rear rack is one of the few things in life that's both hard working and drop-dead gorgeous. Created by renowned italian designer Fabio Pedrini. The Bones rack gives you more than a stylish alternative to roof racks. It's a stable, secure ride. A system that mounts quickly to almost any vehicle make and model, from sedans to mini-vans-even when there's a rear spoiler involved. And that let's you save your energy for the road or trail.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22 x 16 x 8 inches ; 10 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Origin: USA
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000BT30RK
  • Item model number: 805
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (281 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Very sturdy and easy to use.
Sarah L. Beaverson
Though I've only had this rack a few months, I think that the strong plastic looks will wear well over time and wont wear out for a long time.
Jason E.
Each bike is secured to the rack with three quick fasten ratcheting straps.
LT Beasimer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

135 of 140 people found the following review helpful By LT Beasimer TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on September 6, 2006
The Saris Bones 805 2-bike trunk mount rack stylishly mounts on a cars trunk, securely holding two bikes. Made of curved adjustable plastic arms and legs, this rack will mount over most spoilers and holds each bike at slightly different levels. When not in use, the rack will fold up into a compact block.

To secure the rack to the auto's trunk, position the arms and legs, and place the largest clip hooked around the top of the trunk. The medium sized clips hook along the sides and the smallest clips hook on the bottom of the trunk. Once in place tighten the straps to secure.

Now the rack is ready for the bikes. Each bike is secured to the rack with three quick fasten ratcheting straps. One strap wraps around the seat tube while the other two secure the top tube. The next bike goes on in the opposite direction with the same fastening straps in reverse. Women's bikes may require a crossbar adapter for proper fastening.

This sturdy bike rack is easy to use, stylish, and functional. Saris is so confident in the quality of this system, that they provide a lifetime warranty.

PROS:

Simple to install and remove

Designed for all weather use

Lifetime warranty

CONS:

Front tire is permitted limited movement

Does not secure to the auto in a way that can deter theft
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82 of 83 people found the following review helpful By T. Whitaker on June 14, 2009
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I did a lot of research and agonizing over which rack to get. I've been very happy with this. I was a little nervous at first because of my brand new bike 'hanging out' in the open with concrete flying by at 60 miles per hour, but my anxiety has been relieved. I even called Saris after I got it to make sure I had it on correctly and had the right adjustments. I own a 2000 Honda Civic 4 door sedan and this fits just fine. When I first put it on, I had it strapped so tight that the top leg kept sliding up the trunk and then on to the back window as I was tightening the straps. After speaking to a Saris representative, I realized I had it on too tight. Once you get it on where the straps aren't loose, put your bike on and then re-check your straps. There will still be a some 'give' when you push down on the middle of the strap, but gently push the entire rack back and forth. If it doesn't slide and your entire car is moving, you can be certain that it's on tight enough. I was also nervous about it sitting on my back bumper because it's just plastic, but it has been just fine. The rack weighs all of 10 pounds and one bike is only about 35 pounds. When you consider the weight distribution between the 3 legs, it really isn't that heavy at all. A suggestion that was offered by Saris was to keep a small bottle of Windex and a clean towel in the trunk. Whenever you put the rack on, just spray the areas on your trunk and bumper where the feet rest and make sure there isn't any debris on the rubber feet and you won't have any scratches. Great suggestion and works like a charm. I take my rack off after each use and haven't had any problems with my paint.Read more ›
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55 of 56 people found the following review helpful By E. Lacy on November 2, 2006
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I have had a few different racks in the same price range. This is by far the BEST rack I have ever bought. The first time I used it, I traveled 600 miles- the bike didn't move. It's not hard to set up and really grips the bike - I highly recommend it.
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45 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Wallix on July 12, 2010
This is the 3rd 2-bike trunk-rack I've owned. My personal experiences aside, it's still very nice and very well made. My review involves a 2007 Camry Sedan. The construction is very solid. Leaps and bounds above the others I've owned. I like how the weight is distributed to the two-feet on the bumper. Most racks have the load smashing down on the top of your trunk. I didn't like the fact that this unit has side-straps. This is the first 2-Bike carrier I've owned that has side-straps. I found this annoying and just another step in the process. We need to be moving towards *less* straps. Another issue was that the distance between the two bikes cannot be adjusted. Even my old $40 Schwinn trunk rack allowed me to do that. I have two mountain bikes and they were all up in each others business on this rack. There was nothing I could do about it either because the spacing is fixed. It seems that these types of racks are geared towards the more-narrow road-bikes. Almost every video I see has road-bikes on them. Not two hulking mountain bikes. And here comes the deal breaker: the actual hooks. The hooks are very awkwardly designed and I had the most maddening time getting them to hook. The top ones were OK. The side ones took a lot of manipulating (Especially the driver-side for some reason). But the bottom ones...well that was it. They wouldn't slide under the trunk lid for anything. So I opened the trunk to hook them, and then the trunk wouldn't close. And I was smashing down pretty hard on the trunk, too. Too hard to be honest. I never got it to close. All the other racks I've had the hooks were no problem. They just slipped right into the cracks. So I've returned it, frustrated again. My conclusion is that I need to either get 2 road bikes, or just suck it up, get a trailer hitch, and get something like the Saris T-Rax.
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