You want your Starion to look as good as possible but that’s difficult when you’re doing things that can damage it. One of those things is transporting your bike to your favorite riding spot and the risk of damage comes from trying to squeeze the bike into the trunk where it just doesn’t want to fit. Thankfully, you no longer need to deal with it because we have a wide range of Mitsubishi Starion bike transport options to ensure that your next trip is much easier than you thought it could be!
We have all the different types of racks with different features like those that attach to your roof, trailer hitch and trunk and we even have racks that can carry more than one bike so you can take your family or friends with you. You want to make sure that you’re getting the right quality which is why we have brands like Thule, Rhino-Rack and others who are some of the most trusted brands in the industry. To make things easier we even have the information you need to find the right product and great prices back it all up!
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 1 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.
- Rhino-Rack® - Wrap PadsStarting at: $31.20$31.20
- Pro Series® - Duette™ 2 Bike Trunk Mount RackStarting at: $67.08$67.08
- Yakima® - SpareTime Spare Tire Bike RackStarting at: $199.00$199.00
Posted by Gord S.
"I've used this rack on one long road trip and several weekend trips including a bit of off-roading. The rack works great and keeps the bikes secure even over rough terrain. The bolt-style hitch pin may seem like a pain but it contributes a lot to the stability - without it you'd need to add a separate stabilizer to get the same level of support for the bikes. For security, I just run a cable lock thru the safety chain loop on my hitch - no need for a locking hitch pin. "