Recommends this product
Well made. Delivery to Canada was by FedEx. Arrived direct from factory.
The Saris Freedom EX builds on the hugely successful platform of the original Freedom racks. The sturdy, Midwest-made raw materials built on a single bar results in a sleek, minimalistic design that sports maximum hauling capacity and an easy-to-maneuver footprint. The Freedom EX can securely carry two bikes, up to 60 pounds each, and accommodates bikes with tires up to 4 inches wide, all with integrated locks for when you are away from the car. Weighing in at a feathery 27 pounds, the Freedom EX adds the ability to tilt the rack away from the vehicle even when fully loaded with bikes.
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What is the difference between this (EX) rack and the regular Saris Freedom 2 rack? Is it simply the tilt mechanism?
Hey, Paul! There are two main differences between the standard and EX Saris models. First, the EX version has a tilting feature that allows you to tilt the rack up against the vehicle when not in use. Second, the EX also has universal wheel trays that will support tires up to 4 inches wide. I hope that is helpful!
How far away from the rear doors of a van can the rack (center post?) be tilted without a bicycle in the rack? I need to determine if I will have access to the 2 rear doors of the van
Hi, Ken! The Saris Freedom EX 2 bike rack has a center post that can be stored in a fold-down position, laying flat with the bike platform when not in use. I hope that is helpful!
I think this is the wrong manual for this rack. It's not a SuperClamp style.
Hello, Bob! Thank you for bringing this to our attention. The correct manual has been added to the page. Thank you!