|Item Weight||8.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||23.4 x 13.6 x 4.3 inches|
|Item model number||102DN|
|Manufacturer Part Number||102DN|
|Cover Included||Allen Sports Deluxe 2-Bike Trunk Mount Rack, 12" Long Carry Arms, Lifetime Warranty|
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- Patented design fits sedans, hatchbacks, minivans, and SUV's - consult manufacturer web site for specific vehicle fit information
- Individual tie-downs secure and protect bicycles
- Padded lower frame keeps bicycles away from vehicle
- Side straps for increased lateral stability
- Ships in Certified Frustration-Free Packaging
- Comes fully assembled - set up and installs in seconds
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102DN installed on Sedan
The perfect way to get out riding
The high quality, simple design of the 102DN offers the perfect way to take your bikes along when traveling.
Safe, versatile, and easy to use
Patented single configuration design fits wide range of vehicles
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.
- Sets up in seconds
- Fully assembled
- Patented tie-down system secures and protects bicycles
- Narrow set carry arms fit board range of bicycle styles and sizes
- Rugged, high quality components ensure years of use
- Backed by Allen's lifetime warranty
Allen Deluxe Trunk Rack features
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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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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- Fits well on the back of the Saturn, even with the spoiler. The top straps can be shortened or lengthened to position the rack around the spoiler.
- Long straps allow for plenty of fastening options. I couldn't connect to the side of my trunk lid, so I lengthened the straps and connected to the inside surface of the trunk lid, then closed the trunk.
- Very secure once everything is tightened. Worry-free travel with 60-pounds worth of bicycles at 75+ mph. Very little movement, bounce, etc. Confidence inspiring. The side straps account for much of that stability.
- The foam cushions on the trunk--so long as they are kept clean--do a great job of protecting the paint.
- The bike-securing straps are connected to plastic/rubber cradles, which nicely protect the bike's top tube from wear.
- Very easy to throw the rack in the trunk when not in use.
- The weight of 2 bicycles compressed the license plate foam bumpers enough to cause metal contact with the license plate, which wore the paint off of a portion of the license plate.
- The bike-securing straps are connected to tubes which rotate freely around the bars. It's easy for them to get out of position as I'm putting the bike in place, which means I have to fuss with them to get them back into position while holding/lifting the bike.
- Bikes have to be lifted a significant distance and held out away from the body while mounting.Read more ›
I have had this for a few months now. I use it often and now that I am used to the procedure I can put it on in about 5 minutes (I always check and make sure everything is taut and secured). I have bags on the bike (front bar bag (for my phone) and rear trunk bag). I leave those on it and can put the bike on this with no problem. I usually take it to work with me twice or three times a week which is along a highway going around 70 mph for about 35 miles one way. I have not had any problems and this thing works great! I highly recommend this! I just wanted to come back and share that I have put some distance on with this bike carrier on and have not had any problems!!!
I got this to carry my bike from my house to a downtown walk/bike track. It arrived in a small box (item folded up) and was easy to setup. The hardest part is putting the pin in, you have to pull this really tight pin into the hole to lock the bike rack in place, this pin is really tight and is hard to move, however, if you use enough force you will move it, it will pop in the hole very quickly so make sure that your fingers are far down or use pliers (I pinched my fingernail and it hurt, so make sure to keep fingers away from black metal; hard to do due to the force required to move pin). You only have to move the pin once so now that it is done you will not do it again.
The instructions are a tad confusing and have much more information than you need, their is a video on the manufactures website and on YouTube that will walk you through it (and you can see it). After watching that I put it on my 2008 Ford Focus (Coupe).Read more ›
- Very inexpensive compared to the brands found in bike shops
- Easily holds two adult road bikes
- Fits a wide range of vehicles (we own a 2010 Ford Fusion and 2013 Honda CRV)
- Sturdy once the rack is strapped down properly
- Quickly attaches and detaches from vehicle once you get the hang of it
- Folds compactly for storage
- Bikes move and rock while driving and can bump into each other
- Takes a bit of practice to attach the rack quickly
- Can be difficult to determine exactly where to place the side hooks
Shortly after my wife and I got married, we joined a cycling team for a charity ride from Houston to Austin called the BP MS150. We needed a bike rack because stacking two bikes in the back of her Honda CRV was just not cutting it. We shopped around at the local bike shops such as Performance Bikes, REI and local Houston stores. All of the racks in those shops were very expensive. Because some racks required equipment to be added to the vehicle such as a trailer hitch many racks ranged from a couple hundred to over a thousand dollars. Our teammates had racks of all types including spare tire racks, strap down racks (similar to this rack but much more money!), roof racks and trailer hitch racks. After talking to everyone about their racks, we learned that all of the different types had pros and cons but they all did what they were supposed to. Armed with that information, I started stopping on Amazon for the cheapest well-reviewed 2-bike rack we could find. I decided upon the Allen Sports Deluxe 2-Bike Trunk Mount and have been very pleased with my decision.
Pulling the rack out of the box was a little overwhelming.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great bike rack. Doesn't scratch and holds bikes in a good position. Easy to strap on to the car and easy to mount bikes. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Jess B.
This bike rack was a perfect fit for my car (Honda Civic)! It was easy to put on and to remove. Over time it has worn well. I am very impressed with this product. Read morePublished 9 days ago by Devin
Does its job pretty good but make sure to tighten the ropes appropriately to avoid hooks from slipping and cause scratchesPublished 12 days ago by Kurt A.
I use this every day and it has held up perfectly. I wish it had a different way of holding the bike onto the rack because the nylon strap can be hard to get off once tightened... Read morePublished 19 days ago by Andrew Fichtner
Just Nit Pickin the video. The mom walks out with 3 helmets, but only 2 bikes!Published 25 days ago by Craig King
worked great on my car. Very easy to install and can do by myself. Really holds well to the car for safe transportationPublished 1 month ago by Jeremyha Lyle
Pros: Stays in place well, collapses down for storage, is well built, sturdy.
Cons: Pinching hazard, getting the supports locked into place requires some force. Read more