Allen Sports Premier Trunk Mounted Bike Rack (Non-Hitch), 2-Bike

Last updated: December 2, 2021


For the easiest installation, the Allen Sports Premier Trunk Mounted Bike Rack, 2-Bike unit is the best. The incredibly strong rack features adjustable straps to accommodate larger bikes and different trunk sizes. You’ll also appreciate how lightweight the rack is at just 11.2 pounds.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: The adjustable straps on the Allen Sports Premier Trunk Mounted Bike Rack, 2-Bike will make sure the rack and bikes stay in place throughout the trip.

In our analysis of 21 expert reviews, the Allen Sports Premier Trunk Mounted Bike Rack (Non-Hitch), 2-Bike placed 9th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The Allen Sports S-102 Premier Two Bike Carrier fits sedans, hatchbacks, minivans and SUV’s (make sure to confirm specific vehicle fit above). Its patented design sets up in seconds and will safely transport your bicycles around town or cross country. Two side straps deliver exceptional lateral stability on your vehicle. A patented tie-down system individually secures and protects your bicycles.

Expert Reviews


What reviewers liked

It’s made to install and uninstall quickly. There won’t be strain or stress of any kind to getting started with this rack. Anyone can handle it – the rack weighs a mere 11.2 lbs.
The strong, durable, and adjustable straps give you the security that your bike isn’t going anywhere even down a bumpy road.
It’s straight forward to install. Bikes are very secure. Does the job.

What reviewers didn't like

It’s not meant to be a permanent fixture. There is a bit of concern about the point where these clips come in contact with the paint. It might be a good idea to add some protection there.
We found that the clips that attach to your vehicle are metal and are not coated with rubber or another protective coating. This may not be an issue but depending on your vehicle and the angle at which the metal straps touch your car, it may rub the paint off. A rubber coating would have been a simple solution to this.
Just like any other tie-down bike rack, you have to untie the straps to access the trunk. The space on the rack arms can be a bit tight if wanting to add a forth bike.
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