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Inno Tire Hold Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting

Inno Tire Hold Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting

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Heavy-duty 2-bike rack is perfect for carrying e-bikes, bikes with a carbon frame or custom paint job, and bikes with a large fork. Wheel trays have 3 grooves in the track that fit narrow 18c road bike tires up to 3" wide mountain bike tires. 1-800-940-8924 to order Inno hitch bike racks part number INH120 or order online at Free expert support on all Inno products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Inno Tire Hold Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting. Hitch Bike Racks reviews from real customers.
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Inno Hitch Bike Racks

  • Platform Rack
  • 2 Bikes
  • Fits 1-1/4 Inch Hitch
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Folding Rack
  • Tilt-Away Rack
  • Carbon Fiber Bikes
  • Electric Bikes
  • Heavy Bikes
  • Wheel Mount
  • Inno
  • Class 1
  • Class 2
  • Class 3
  • Bike and Hitch Lock

Heavy-duty 2-bike rack is perfect for carrying e-bikes, bikes with a carbon frame or custom paint job, and bikes with a large fork. Wheel trays have 3 grooves in the track that fit narrow 18c road bike tires up to 3" wide mountain bike tires.


  • Platform bike rack carries 2 bikes using your vehicle's hitch receiver
    • Perfect for carbon frame bikes, bikes with large forks, and 27.5 semi-fat bikes
  • Pivoting upright arms hold your bikes securely by the wheels - no frame or fork contact
    • Fold down when not in use
    • Tire grips let you adjust wheel holders for specific wheel size
  • Long wheel trays provide space to mount bikes without handlebar interference
    • Grooves in trays accommodate road, mountain, and semi-fat tires
  • Front-mounted, hand lever allows rack to tilt and fold
    • Tilts down with bikes loaded to access cargo area
  • Anti-rattle hitch pin reduces movement of rack in hitch receiver
  • Keyed-alike locks deter theft of your bikes and the rack
  • Integrated stopper aligns shank with hitch pin hole
    • Eliminates checking for alignment with each installation
  • Removable sleeve lets you convert rack for use with 1-1/4" hitches
  • Durable aluminum construction with black powder coat finish is corrosion resistant


  • Application: 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" (Class II only) and 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Carrying capacity: 2 bikes
  • Weight capacity (per bike): 60 lbs
  • Maximum tire width: 3.0"
  • Maximum wheelbase: 48"
  • Wheel diameter: 20" - 29"
  • Distance between bikes: 9-1/2"
  • Carrier weight: 48.6 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Hitch Clearance Measurements

Hitch Clearance Measurements

Note: May interfere with bikes with front fenders.

Approved for use on cars, trucks, vans, and SUVs - not approved for fifth wheels, motorhomes, or towable campers

Pivoting Upright Arms with Adjustable Tire Grips

Inno Tire Hold pivoting upright arms

The Tire Hold has pivoting upright arms with adjustable tire grips that grab your bikes firmly by the wheels - not the frames. These grips allow you to rapidly load and unload your bikes, and they won't scratch or scuff the paint. The grips have slots on the inside so you can adjust them to accommodate the wheel size of each bike.

To load your bikes simply set the tire grips to the correct tire size, set your bikes on the trays, rotate the upright arms against the tires, and press down on the tire grips until they're snug.

Inno Tire Hold pivoting upright arms

The arms are secured by ratcheting mechanisms that slide along the trays. Simply press the silver button on each mechanism to release and slide.

Grooved Wheel Trays

Inno Tire Hold wheel tray

The wheel trays have 3 grooves in the track that accommodate narrow 18c road bike tires up to 3" wide mountain bike tires. The Tire Hold doesn't have cradles for the wheels like most platform-style bike racks have. This allows you to position your bikes on the rack exactly where you want them, not where the cradles dictate you place them. This helps prevent your handlebars and other bike parts from bumping into each other.

Folding and Tilting Design

Inno Tire Hold folded away from vehicle

The rack tilts down - with or without bikes loaded - so you can access your vehicle's rear cargo area.

Inno Tire Hold front-mounted hand lever

The front-mounted hand lever on the base is easily accessible even with your bikes loaded. No more crawling through bikes or squeezing between the rack and the vehicle to hit the tilt-release lever. Simply squeeze it until you see the red indicator, then lower the rack. When you raise the rack back up you will hear a click and the red indicator will disappear.

Inno Tire Hold folding up against vehicle

When the rack is unloaded you can squeeze the hand lever to fold it up for storage. This makes it easier to park in small lots at the trail head or in cramped parking garages, and it keeps the rack out of the way of other vehicles and riders.

Tool-Free Installation with Anti-Rattle Device

Inno Tire Hold anti rattle device

The hand knob at the base of the rack lets you tighten the shank in your receiver. Just slide the shank into your hitch, insert the hitch pin, and turn the knob until snug. The knob deploys an anti-rattle wedge at the tip of the shank to help take play out of the hitch connection.

Inno Tire Hold integrated cable lock

You can set the integrated stopper so that the shank automatically aligns with your hitch pin hole. The first time you install the rack you can adjust the sliding stopper so that it touches the face of your hitch. Then each time you install it going forward it's set up so that the hole in the shank automatically lines up with the hitch pin hole. This prevents you from having to bend down and check for alignment each time you install the rack on your vehicle.

Inno Tire Hold integrated cable lock

The rack also has a removable sleeve that lets you convert the shank for use in 1-1/4" hitches. Use the included Allen key to remove the sleeve from the shank.

Complete Security for Bikes and Rack

Inno Tire Hold loaded on vehicle

The hand knob on the front of the rack has a keyed lock that secures the rack to your vehicle. To secure your bikes to the rack, run the thick steel cable through your bikes' frames and tighten the hand knob down over the cable's looped end.

INH120 Inno Tire Hold 2-Bike Tray-Style Hitch Rack - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitch Receivers - Wheel Mount - Tilting

Item # INH120

Installation Details INH120 Installation instructions

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Inno Tire Hold Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting - INH120

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (184 Customer Reviews)

Heavy-duty 2-bike rack is perfect for carrying e-bikes, bikes with a carbon frame or custom paint job, and bikes with a large fork. Wheel trays have 3 grooves in the track that fit narrow 18c road bike tires up to 3" wide mountain bike tires.


Overall excellent quality, easy to use and install. We’ve used this regularly for the past year with ease! 4 stars because we’d prefer that it had a standard 2 inch hitch instead of the 1 1/4 inch with adapter. This would remove the little wobble factor which bugs my husband. I had to remove my cute rear bike fender because of the way the tire clamp arm attaches to the tire. If that could attach at a lower point on the tire I would be stoked!


Awesome bike rack! Fit well my 2xl YT jeffsy 29er

Etrailer Expert

Katrina D.


That is a pretty sweet set up! Thank you for your pictures!


This rack is sturdy, easy to use, and I've had no problems with it in a year of use. I carry a 29in and a 26in mountain bike on it and both are snug and secure. It has three positions that it can be in and I find it pretty easy to load. It fits both 1.25 inch or 2 inch hitches (the adapter for 2 inch comes with it) and is easily tightened to fit the specific hitch and then locks in place. I'm very happy with this hitch and recommend it especially for carbon bikes which should never be put on a hanging rack.



Still Great!


I purchased this bike rack for my 2018 Honda Odyssey. I am very satisfied with the bike rack and purchase experience from etrailer. I received prompt responses for my queries which helped me decide between Inno vs Thule. Inno bike racks is very well build, easy to assemble and holds your bikes firmly by tyre with out any damages to your bike body. I use the bike rack to carry a Trek Dual Sport - Large and Trek Verve -XL. I strongly recommend this Inno for bike rack and Etrailer your purchase.


Arrived fast! Easy to put together! Seems solid in the hitch but I did buy a anti rattle tightner just in case. Great design easy to load bikes and secure them. I always enjoy buying from etrailer! In some reviews it was said the rack is tilted not on my Outback perfectly level. Bill



Now I am using this rack for our new e-bikes! Even though the e-bikes have fenders I can use it. The front fender is short so the tire hold works. On the back tire I shimmed the fenders so it would work and use Velcro straps as an additional tie down! It easily holds our two 50lb. bikes!


This is the perfect rack for our needs. We had to return our first other-brand rack because as a small person I couldn't get the bike on the rack and secure it easily without help. The Inno is easy to install and SO easy to place the bikes on and secure. So glad we switched - makes life a lot easier and bike riding a pleasure.


It holds up to 2 bikes securely but it's heavy and awkward for one person to mount and dismount. It may be a good choice if you plan to leave it in place all the time and just fold it up when it's not in use.

Etrailer Expert

Brooke M.


I think that part # SA4025F would be a good alternative if you are looking. It is similar in price but is more than 13 pounds lighter. It has the same towing capabilities and weight ratings and even has the tilting feature as well.



Sorry, but it was just too heavy and awkward to put on and take off every time I drove somewhere to ride. I sold it and bought a Yakima Singlespeed instead.


Great communication from etrailer great service if only UPS was 10% as good… multiple tracking numbers, confusing, cryptic notes… rack was sent back to vendor on two different tracking numbers. Said it was delivered when it wasn’t then another tracking notice a day later saying will be delivered in a couple days. Finally arrived and it is a solid noise free rack that is a better quality than the Thule I have on my truck.A+ for etrailer and the rack... ups not so much.


I bought this for my wife. She has trouble getting bikes on our hanging rack. This great. Easy to load the bikes and folds out of the way to allow it to stay on the car all season. I highly recommend!!


Holds bikes securly. Easy to load. Tilt function great for tailgate access. Think there should be a 2" post option so will handle switch to electric bikes that weigh about double the existing bikes.


Easy to assemble. Just need to find yourself a [online] video as I didn’t find any assembly instructions. This is my first platform hitch rack. I initially wanted the Thule Helium but based on measurements from the hitch hole on my 2022 Subaru Legacy, the Helium would not be able to be folded up. I was able to easily place 2 bikes on the rack. I would say based on feel that it’s strong and sturdy and looks nice on the rear of my car. I look forward to using this rack in the future.


Exactly what I needed! Aside from the lack of locking abilities via a hitch pin (which I was well aware of) this thing fits the bill. Solid and sturdy! I’m not sure I would leave the carrier or bike on for prolonged periods or in sketchy areas due to the provided locking mechanisms but it does just what it should!


Overall i would have to rate this purchase a disappointment. Product wise, i purchased this rack to to carry 2 standard 700 wheel size road bikes. The rack barely clamps down on the wheels but they do hold. The racks tilt option is not sufficient and it wont clear my rear hatch. I have to unmount the inner bike to get in the back of my car (not what is described in the ad video). since i didnt think this rack would work for my needs i contacted etrailer the day after i received it to see what my options were. I was told i could return the rack at my expense which was $xxx. Not very happy to pay xxx for a product thats not properly advertised. Im not trying to bag on etrailer since i just gave them a 5 star review on the hitch i purchased from them 5 day prior. Im just being honest so others can consider on the product itself and etrailers return policy. What makes all this so frustrating is that i ended up finding the same rack on [online store] for the same price with eligible free returns!! should have gone with [online store] since i dont have xxx+ dollars to throw away. Disappointed on this one etrailer!

Etrailer Expert

Katrina B.


When it comes to using a hitch mount bike rack, we highly recommend measuring before purchasing especially if it includes a tilt option. You will need to measure from the hitch pin hole of your hitch to the end of your bumper. Compare that with the hitch pin hole to closest point of bike rack measurement of the bike rack itself and that will give you an idea of if it will fit your car or not. For checking to make sure that the tilt option would be clear enough, we recommend measuring the hatchback itself during the opening process. Your best option if you are wanting to have access to the trunk, would be to use a swing-away rack option, like part # SAR36VR. This will swing completely out of the way of the hatchback.


Makes loading and unloading your bike a breeze. No messing with tire straps, frame locking do-dads or any other type of nonsense. Just throw the bike on, ratchet down the tire lock arms and you are good to go. The whole things tilts down so you can get access to your trunk. I have this on a Tesla Model 3 and I have no problems accessing my trunk with a bike in the closest position to the car. The trays fold up when not in use.


So far it's working . A little flimsy for e-bikes. I'm carrying
Two e-bikes 110 lbs total weight. Rocking seems to loosen the hitch mechanism due to bumps
On the road or driveways.
To counter act the rocking I use a ratchet strap to stifin
The movement. Also the ratchet locks to the wheels seem to be wearing. Im afraid they may start sliding open and lose a bike.

Etrailer Expert

Katrina B.


If you have having any trouble with the hitch rattling, we recommend getting a pair of straps like part # 18050.


Very Nice rack!! It feels sturdy and well made. My husband (74) and myself( 60) installed it very easily and quickly, After we were done it seemed a little wobbly, I called Customer Service , Spoke to Jessie, he was very helpful and knew exactly what the issue was, we just needed to tighten one screw- It folds up and down with one click . It's Perfect for us!


The trailer is working fine but it doesn’t seem secure enough. Therefore we use bungee cords to make sure the bikes don’t fall off. Is it necessary


Best rack I ever owned. It's well built and ease of function is definitely appreciated. Not sure how a $1200 rack can be better than this at less than $600 other than perhaps the use of "exotic materials" by the other manufacturers. This is a solid buy.


It was time for a rack upgrade and I have a buddy who’s had an Inno Rack for a while now, and I always liked the set up. Ordered mine via etrailer and it actually delviered sooner than I expected. I love it. I should’ve ordered one a long time ago.


My wife and I ride totally different sizes of bikes. We needed a tire hold rack to make up for the difference. The rack is easy enough for her to use & holds both bikes great. Recently, we had someone ask us about the rack and whether we liked it - it was an easy yes. The only drawback is that we choose to take it off during the non-riding months (when it's up, it covers the backup camera) to ease with backing up/parking.


Hauls two ebikes very well.


This is great rack! It's well-made, quality construction. So easy to use! We remove it from the car for our New England winters (removal is a breeze, not too heavy either) so that the salt doesn't destroy it, but otherwise it stays on the car and has weathered well. We like this so much we bought an Inno roof rack as well and it too is simple and excellent quality. Buy this! You won't miss having a big-name rack at all.


After reading several online reviews, and after watching the VERY helpful videos on, I chose the Inno Tire Hold Bike Rack for 2 Bikes.

In short, the Inno Tire Hold rack is affordable, high quality, and functions even better than I expected. Buying from was an excellent experience.

1) Most importantly, the online experience with, its review and instructional videos, and customer support are top notch. I had the opportunity to communicate via email with the team and was VERY impressed by their process.
2) If you follow the rack’s assembly instructions (there IS an order of operations to follow), it assembles easily.
3) It is somewhat heavy, but VERY sturdy.
4) Once secured to the vehicle, it does not wiggle or wobble, even fully loaded and going down the road.
5) Unlike other racks that “line up” the bikes, the INNO tire hold rack allows you to secure each bike to the right or left of the other, to ensure that pedals/seats/handlebars don’t damage the other bike.
6) The rack is affordable, yet appears to be very high quality.
7) I was doubtful that the rack would tilt downward enough for my SUV lift gate to be able to open, but it allows a few inches of clearance and full access to the back of the SUV.


Pros: Perfect for avoiding frame damage. It clamps the bike by the wheels, not the frame - no scratches! Plenty of room for chunky MTB tires (mine are 29x2.6).

Cons: Hitch lock pin doesn't work/falls out. I added a few quick chain links to be safe.

Etrailer Expert

Jenny N.


The manufacturer will reach out to you.


Excellent product, excellent service. Delivered as promised. Easily assembled and easy to use.



Still works great after a year. Spray clean after muddy MTB adventures, and 2xyr light wax on the ratcheting surfaces, and light lube on the pivots. Heavy duty - carries two heavy eMTBs with ease. All my friends want to ditch their Thule and Kuat bike racks for this one. Easiest rack on the market to use, and great value.

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