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Load image into Gallery viewer, Allen Sports Deluxe Locking Quick Release 3-Bike Carrier for 2 in. & 1 4 in. Hitch, Model 532QR, Black
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Allen Sports Deluxe Locking Quick Release 3-Bike Carrier for 2 in. & 1 4 in. Hitch, Model 532QR, Black

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Description

  • Locking hitch insert fits either 1 1/4 inch or 2 inch receiver hitches
  • Quick install hitch secures and tightens rack inside of receiver hitch; Includes 2 keys
  • Arms fold out of the way when not in use and rack tilts back when needed
  • Individual tie downs secure and protect bicycles
  • Accommodates a wide range of bicycle frame designs; Black powder coated finish
  • Allen's warranty does not cover items purchased through third-partysellers

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Customer Reviews

Straps broke while driving down the highwayI've used this product for the past year - up until today I was mostly satisfied with it.Notes:- It doesn't fit my hitch well, so the bike/hitch bounces around- While driving down the highway, one of the straps broke, dumping my bike in the middle of a busy highway (70mph traffic). Thankfully, every car was able to swerve into the medians and highway shoulder, so one one was hurt or no damage was done to anything besides my bike (expecting about $300 in damages).Looking back, I regret purchasing this rack.It's probably an okay rack if it's not heavily used and secondary straps are used to secure the bike. For me however, this rack was dangerous and almost caused a lot of harm. 1SatisfiedI'm happy with the rack. Looks good and assembly was easy. Has a little bit of wobble but I'm overall satisfied considering this was one of the cheaper hitch racks. 4I had it for several years and it worked like a champThis is actually the second Allen 3 bike tow hitch carrier I have had, I left the first one at an RV park by accident. The first one was the cheaper version of this one, I had it for several years and it worked like a champ. Some of these bike racks are stupid expensive, so I figured I would upgrade to the nicer version of my old one because of the rubber stretch straps instead of the nylon ones that were on my cheaper version. Even with the upgrade the Allen one is much cheaper than most. Just like the first one I love it, this one has easier folding mechanisms than the hand pin ones in the other and the holding cups are nicer as well.A lot of people complain about how bad it wobbles, but that is the nature of pretty much all tow hitch bike racks. It is pretty easy to fix you can do it in one of two ways or both, which I would recommend. First I'm guessing most people who use a tow hitch bike carrier have a truck like myself. The pin hole in all the trucks I have owned is 5/8" and not 1/2", so the hole for the bike carrier is smaller than the one in your truck tow hitch, thus creating the bad wobble. Don't even mess with the anti-wobble pin it will not work as it again is the wrong size for most. Simply go get a 5/8" drill bit specifically for drilling through metal $15-$20 at Home Depot. Drill the largest hole on the bike carrier to this size. While you are at Home Depot you can also get a 5/8" locking pin (again I would recommend so someone doesn't steal your bike and rack). This will take out a lot of the wobble. If you are still not satisfied purchase a Hitch Tightener there are a couple good ones here on Amazon, and they are less than $20. For short trips I just use my simple fix above for long trips I use the Hitch Tightener. Problem solved :-) 5Does the job, but doesn't seem secure enough.Same issues. Hard to complain, as it is a very cheap and effective trailer hitch bike rack for under 100 bucks. I think the weak spot seems to be the "filler plates". That is where I notice the most lateral movement, and since the top of the rack extends for about 2 feet, a half cm will translate into a couple of inches of movement at the top.I had minimal issues on the highway, since I was at a constant speed, but any bump or change in momentum causes the bike and the rack to drastically sway. This probably looks worrisome to drivers behind me. I doubt I would feel comfortable using this for any extended period of time, as I don't know what would happen to the welding. I will take the filler plate apart and see if I can make that area more snug to minimize movement...Update: I bought their version that carries 4 bikes. The only differences (MOST important one), is that the hitch is fitted for ONLY a 2 inch receiver. There are no filler plates, so I was able to get a more secure connection, with no wobble. If you have a 2 inch receiver I suggest picking up the Allen 4-bike hitch for secure attachment and peace of mind. The other major difference, is that there are no weld points, because the hitch attachment is a single piece. 2Perfect AFTER the following 3 issues were resolved - very simple - see howI love it but ONLY AFTER the following 3 problems were resolved. I can now drive with 2 bicycles mounted without wobbling, with the bicycle's front wheel in place and more importantly, I can remove the post and its arms in 10 seconds when is not needed.The three issues and the solutions I have used...1. When I don't carry bikes, the post and the carry arms obstruct the license plate. It is apparently illegal in my state to drive with the rack and no bikes around from what I hear. Obstructing the license plate is illegal. They also obstruct the backup camera as well. So, I replaced the single 3/8 bolt that connects the elbow to the post with the following 3/8 hitch, pin locked and handle. DOUBLE HH 103 The Original Hitch Pin, 3/8 x 4"Cost - about $8.40. It is takes me now 15 seconds to remove the bike, pull out the pin from the replaced bolt and remove the post with its arms from the car.BTW: The police may not give you a ticket, but they have a reason to stop and lecture you if you drive with an obstructed license place. You may ask, what happens why you carry the bikes? I don't know. However, I drive 90% of time without the bikes...2. I have a class 1 hitch - so I used the 1 1/4" elbow. With the correct bolt provided, there is still some wobbling..So, I used the following Hitch Tightener - as recommended by others. I used the provided bolts face up - otherwise they stick down too much in my sedan.Hitch Tightener for 1.25" and 2" Hitches - Heavy-Duty, Easy-Install, No-Rust - Made in the USACost about $203. There is a need to stabilize the front wheel from turning. I use heavy duty bangee cords with Carabiner Hooks. Unfortunately, I found those in a set and they are very expensive. Heavy Duty 3/8 Bungee Cord Assortment Set with Steel Zinc Coated Machine Carabiner Hooks Proudly Made in the USA By Super Smithee.. Cost about $48!I should have tried the single 24" long similar product for $8. Keeper 06152 24" Super Duty Bungee Cord with Carabiner HookI find those three items necessary for everyone who is using this Hitch Mounted Bike Carrier... I am surprised the company does not provide all three items above with the product....I am now very happy with this Bike Carrier. 5Overall a good value, a few flaws.Some pros and some cons, but overall, a very good value.When I hooked this up for the first time, I noticed how bouncy it was with three bikes on. I took them off to verify I wasn't exceeding the weight limit, and I wasn't. It flexes a lot at the bend near the hitch (where the bar is welded at a 45 degree angle). But I've been using it for several weeks now and I haven't had an issue.The cons are very simple to fix, the manufacturer should really look into this: it needs a security hole, so that you can secure it to the hitch and secure the bikes to it. I wrapped a security cable around the hitch, snaked it around this rack, and looped through my bike with locks. It works, but it's a little clunky. In the end, it would be impossible to steal the bike, but the rack isn't 100% secure. Oh well, it would take someone a lot of work to get it out.The other con is the straps that hold the bike. My old rack had velcro hoop look straps and they worked great. These are ANNOYING. I even tried to buy my own velcro straps but the ones on this rack just aren't going anywhere unless I cut them off.It's hard to complain about a $90 bike rack, but if they reinforced the first bend better, fixed the straps, and gave this thing a security hole, it would be AWESOME.EDIT - 8/3/15 - I added a picture to show how I use the security cable. Again, the cable connects the bike to the hitch. The rack isn't 100% secure, but that's the least expensive part anyway. At least the bikes are secure. 3Solid construction, easy to work withAssembly was fairly straightforward. If you are installing on a 1.25 like I did you ll need an Allen wrench to remove the screw holding the adapter plate in place. Guessing the size of this wrench was the hardest job. Easy to install and remove from the hitch receiver. Easy to put the bikes on and take them off and the instructions on doing this are much more helpful than the instructions on removing the adapter plate. Easy to tighten it up in the receiver and lock in place with the key. Feels solid and holds the bikes reliably. Quite pleased with this rack for the price. 5great for the pricei wanted a bike rack for my 2015 scion xb and bought this 3-bike rack and the CURT 124903 Class 2, 1.25 inch hitch. Like many had stated, there is an issue with the 1.25 inch hitch after installing the rack. it does wobbles and seems very unsecured. So i did me some research and found a cheap solution - buy a u bar (cost $12, see pix)! This made the whole package completed. 42" (2 inch) Hitch Owners Beware!I believe this hitch would be great for anyone with a 1.25" (1.25 inch) receiver. It is built from reliable material, priced reasonably, and would hold up to the elements. HOWEVER, if you are someone with a 2" (2 inch) receiver, DO NOT BUY THIS hitch mount! The hitch connection is not built well for a 2" (2 inch) receiver and it wobbles like crazy. After just a couple 2-5 miles rides with my bike attached, there was wear and tear on the hitch mount input to hitch receiver. I don't trust this around town and DEFINITELY wouldn't trust this to hold up on a road trip. The "stabilizing" bolt does little to nothing to help and doesn't really fit a 2" (2 inch) receiver.Bottom line, if you are a if you are someone with a 2" (2 inch) receiver, I would look into a different hitch mount (you can see my recommendation if you check my user history). 2Not a big fan of this rack.I have owned (and still own) Allen bike racks. While I've had favorable experience with their other racks, I'm not real pleased with this one. The metal part on the bike rack put a significant scratching into the first bike we put on (a new bike at that). It's a very noticeable scratch and you can see where the metal park on the rack is digging into the bike. I see no way to avoid that happening; I haven't had that with my other racks. Also, I've biked my entire left and putting bikes on/off a rack comprised about 3 minutes of the process. It seems to take us at least 12 to 15 minutes to try to fit 3 bikes on this thing. It is very tough and like doing a jigsaw puzzle to get three normal adult bikes to fit. I haven't tried to put any of our kids bikes on yet but I am expecting a hassle.I emailed Allen directly on a few questions (two emails). They tout a quick response time. First one took over a week. I never received a response to my second email.I do wish I had upgraded to the next model that has the quick release. I have that on all my others and it's well worth it. From what I see of that design, I think the scratching would still occur. My other racks are mostly 4 bike racks and perhaps they have more room. 2
Allen Sports Deluxe Locking Quick Release 3-Bike Carrier for 2 in. & 1 4 in. Hitch, Model 532QR, Black

Allen Sports Deluxe Locking Quick Release 3-Bike Carrier for 2 in. & 1 4 in. Hitch, Model 532QR, Black

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
AU$ 515.00
Sale price
AU$ 515.00
Regular price
AU$ 850.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (AU$ 335.00)