Take your rides from good to great with the ultra-tough Thule Gateway Pro Trunk Rack. With high-quality materials and an ingenious design, this one-of-a-kind bike rack makes going out on the trail a breeze. In fact, the hardest decision you'll have to make is whether you want the 2- or 3-bike version.
As a robust, hanging-style trunk bike rack, the Thule Gateway Pro has dual long arms for excellent clearance. This, combined with the state-of-the-art integrated anti-sway cradle, prevents both bike-to-bike contact, as well as bike-to-vehicle contact, so you can breathe easy when on the road. Thanks to the compact design this rack fit a wide variety of bike sizes and frame styles, and even folds down when not in use.
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Bike Capacity: 3 Bike
Locks: Bike Lock Integrated
Rack Style: Trunk Mount
Tilt Function: No
Mfg PartNum: 900600
Mfg PartNum: 900700
This trunk rack has the expected Thule quality (I've always liked their racks). I have this on a 2006 Mustang and it clears the rear wing with room to spare and mounts securely. It also installs/removes easily enough, and folds, so I can store it in the trunk when I'm on the trails to prevent theft. There is also a small lock to lock the outboard bike to the rack. I probably wouldn't trust that as the whole rack is so easy to remove, although it would be enough if you're dining in sight of your bike. Overall, this rack is sturdy and does the job it's designed for.
Bottom line is, I sent it back be cause it had a piece missing, But I also discovered the straps that attach the bike to the rack are extremely difficult snug up. That by itself was a deal breaker.