Expand your vehicle’s carry capacity (and your circle of friends) up to four bikes with the NV 2.0 Add-Ons. It's conceived for road trips, family group rides and expeditions in the backcountry—we took the best platform rack on the market and increased it. Integrated Cable Locks - Seamlessly integrated locks—long enough to fit any frame—make sure your bike stays off Craigslist while you enjoy that post-ride beer stop. And when you’re ready to roll again, they stow right back into the rack. Adjustable Tire Cradles - Bikes not wanting to share space nicely? Easily dial in the fit with adjustable tire scoops. You get three positions to choose from, so handlebar and seat post clearance is never an issue. - Intuitive Front Tire Ratchet - Trail-Doc Compatible - Premium Protective Gloss or Matte Powdercoat
Kuat's Transfer 3 offers all the Kuat quality you would expect at a price that's sure to please privateer racers and weekend riders alike. Sturdy steel construction won't leave your precious cargo bouncing along the road, and it fits both 1.25 and 2-inch trailer hitch receivers. It holds three bikes and the wheel trays fit tires up to four inches wide. Bikes mount securely with an adjustable locking arm and a deep, stable wheel tray. And, there's no contact with your bike's frame so your bike will come off the rack looking just as good as when you put it on.
When your solo ride turns into a weekend expedition with friends, the NV 2.0 Add-On lets you increase the NV 2.0 carrying capacity from two to four bikes in less time than it takes your friends to decide who gets to sit up front. - Adjustable front tire cradle system - Fully integrated cable locks - Trail Doc compatible - Front tire ratchet design with an intuitive release - Rear tire strap features a co-molded strap to protect wheels - Premium gloss metallic powder with water transferred logos - Compatible with 2” NV 2.0 - Increases 2” NV 2.0 carrying capacity to 4 bicycles weighing up to 40 - pounds each - Holds wheelbases up to 48” and tires as large as 4.8” - Quick change from 2 to 4 bikes
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