Your Probe looks good and you want to keep it that way but of course you need to use it every day and damage can occur. One of the trips that can cause damage is taking your bike to your favorite riding spot but the risk of damaging the bike, your Probe or both isn’t going to stop you from getting the freedom and relaxation that such trips offer. And you shouldn’t be deterred because the solution to making the next trip easier is closer than you think: a Ford Probe bike transport option!
No matter which style you’re looking for you’re in the right place because we have a wide range of types including those that can attach to your trailer hitch, those that can carry your bikes on your roof or those that can carry them on your trunk. With brands like Rhino-Rack, Thule and others you know that you’re going to get the quality that you deserve and protective features ensure that you won’t damage your bike or your vehicle again. We have the prices to give you great value and we even have the information to help you make the perfect decision!
Unlike many companies that sell automotive parts and accessories, we encourage our employees to actually test available choices on their own cars before we offer them for sale. Because we want you to be satisfied with what we offer, we also invite you to take a look at over 3 bike rack reviews with an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars to see what customers who have already purchased from us say. And if you have specific questions about any roof racks we sell, our specialists are available seven days a week to provide answers.
- Thule® - Passage Trunk Mount Bike RackStarting at: $129.95$129.95
- SportRack® - Locking Roof Bike CarrierStarting at: $84.10$84.10
- Yakima® - ForkLift Roof Bike RackStarting at: $35.00$35.00
Posted by Sue F.
"Although I was told this product had the locking feature the same as the Archway, I was very pleased with the product. It's a little heavier than I was told but not so much that I could not handle it myself. The instructions were easy enough to read, but the pictures were very misleading. It showed the anti-sway cages on the same side, which logically did not make sense to me, so I removed it, and it's broken. I had it right the first time. The anti-sway cage breaks very easily, and I had to replace it, but the cage itself is extremely inexpensive. I had to get the parts from my local bike dealer, as Thule themselves was sold out, which tells me, the cages are commonly broken. All in all, the color, style, and fit are great. I got an excellent deal."
Posted by Kevin H.
"Rack is very sturdy, does not bounce as all on a 1 1/4" hitch. Assembly was a snap and I like the way the bike fits on it. I still have full access to my hatch with bike on but not when it is in the upright storage position."