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Swagman XTC2 TILT Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Frame Mount

Swagman XTC2 TILT Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Frame Mount

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This lightweight 2-bike rack is perfect for the occasional rider with limited storage space in their garage. The wheel trays fold up, so it easily fits into a closet, and you can tilt it with your bikes loaded for rear cargo area access. 1-800-940-8924 to order Swagman hitch bike racks part number S64671 or order online at Free expert support on all Swagman products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Swagman XTC2 TILT Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Frame Mount. Hitch Bike Racks reviews from real customers.
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Swagman Hitch Bike Racks - S64671

  • Platform Rack
  • 2 Bikes
  • Fits 1-1/4 Inch Hitch
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Tilt-Away Rack
  • Fat Bikes
  • Frame Mount
  • Swagman
  • Class 2

This lightweight 2-bike rack is perfect for the occasional rider with limited storage space in their garage. The wheel trays fold up, so it easily fits into a closet, and you can tilt it with your bikes loaded for rear cargo area access.


  • Platform bike rack carries 2 bikes using your vehicle's hitch receiver
  • Padded hooks on ratcheting arms hold bikes securely by the frame
  • Sliding wheel hoops with rubber security straps let you carry bikes with different wheelbases
    • Fat bike hoops (sold separately) let you carry bikes with 5" tires
  • Pull pins allow mast to fold down and wheel trays to fold up for storage
    • Tilts down with bikes loaded to access cargo area
  • Anti-rattle hitch pin reduces movement of rack in hitch receiver
    • Removable adapter sleeve lets you convert the rack for use in 1-1/4" hitches
  • Hitch lock and cable lock (sold separately) deter theft of your bikes and the rack
  • Durable steel construction with black powder coat is rust resistant


  • Application: 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" (Class II only) and 2" x 2" trailer hitches
  • Carrying capacity: 2 bikes
  • Weight capacity (per bike): 35 lbs
  • Maximum tire width: 2.5"
  • Maximum wheelbase: 52"
  • Wheel diameter: 20" - 29"
  • Shank rise: 3"
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to:
    • Closest wheel hoop: 8"
    • Farthest edge of carrier: 17"
  • Carrier weight: 30 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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

Padded, Ratcheting Hooks

Swagman Traveler XC2 2-Bike Carrier

The XTC-2 Tilt's mast has a pair of ratcheting hooks that hold your bikes securely by the top tube. And because they move independently, you can carry bikes of different shapes and sizes. The hooks have soft padding that won't scratch or scuff your bike's paint.

Sliding Wheel Hoops

Swagman Traveler XC2 2-Bike Carrier

The rack has wheel hoops that provide a stable base for mounting your bikes. Each hoop has a hand knob that lets you easily slide it along the tray to accommodate your bike's wheelbase. It also includes a rubber strap on each hoop that secures your bike's wheels to the rack. If you need to carry fat bikes, there are hoops (sold separately) that let you carry bikes with tires up to 5" wide.

Folding, Tilting Design

tilting design

A spring-loaded release lever in the base of the rack lets you tilt the rack with bikes loaded for cargo area access.

Swagman Traveler XC2 2-Bike CarrierSwagman Traveler XC2 2-Bike Carrier

You can fold the mast down for easy access to your hatch. Simply pull the pin at the base of the mast and fold it down in either direction. You can also fold the trays up against the mast for storage. Just pull the pins at the junctions where the trays meet the rack, fold the trays up, and reinsert the pins into the provided holes.

Anti-Rattle Hitch Pin and Removable Adapter Sleeve

Adapter Sleeve

The rack includes a threaded hitch pin and a clip that work with a built-in anti-wobble device in the shank to eliminate rattle in the hitch receiver during transport. You can replace the pin and clip with an anti-rattle lock (sold separately) to secure the bike carrier to your vehicle. It also has a removable aluminum sleeve that lets you convert the rack for use in 1-1/4" hitches.

64671 Swagman XTC2 Tilt Platform-Style 2 Bike Carrier for 1-1/4" and 2" Trailer Hitches

Installation Details S64671 Installation instructions

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Swagman XTC2 TILT Bike Rack for 2 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Frame Mount - S64671

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (1190 Customer Reviews)

This lightweight 2-bike rack is perfect for the occasional rider with limited storage space in their garage. The wheel trays fold up, so it easily fits into a closet, and you can tilt it with your bikes loaded for rear cargo area access.


A little rusty in small spots. Access to the tilt mechanism a little hard when loaded with bikes , good value overall for price. Very secure mounting, almost no wobble while driving!!


I have this rack on a 2019 Honda Fit for one year. Delivery was stalled for nearly 8 months from order, but I am glad I waited. I love this rack! Price was very reasonable compared to other platform racks, but regardless of price this rack is superb! Very easy to mount and remove from hitch receiver, and super easy to put 2 bikes (Trek Step-thru, and mens road-bike) on and secure so there is no movement at all and no contact between bikes. No more bungee cords and towels for me! I have a wrench dedicated to the hitch securing nut attached to the rack — so from the rack folded up in garage to mounted on car and bikes secured and ready to go, maybe 5-8 minutes, tops. Very decent quality of build also.



I love this product even more after using it for a year! Every time I use it, I remark that I can’t believe how easy it is to use and why did I wait so long to but it. Sounds like a fake review, but I mean it— great product! Not left on car between uses so looks like new except for the pins which have there black paint worn off so there is a little surface rust there, but no big deal at all.


At first I had to use spare rags when putting my bikes on but didn’t experience any rubbing or markings from the hooks that hold the bikes in place when I decided to not use the rags. Still works after a good year of use, and can be easily stored in the back of a car (I own a 2014 Jeep Cherokee).


I just received the XTC2 rack and there are big improvements over the XC2 which we have owned for many years. The XC2 served us well but I had two complaints. One was that it wobbled in the hitch receiver. It was alarming at first but never caused a problem. The second was that the wheel cradle clamps wouldn't stay put unless cranked tight with a pliers. I was happy to find that those clamps on the XTC2 have plastic sleeves that hold the cradles nicely in place without excessive tightening. Of course, the big plus with the new rack is the tilt feature that allows access to the hatches on both our Subaru and Prius Prime. It works very nicely even with two bikes on the rack. The threaded hitch pin eliminates the wobble in the receiver that plagued the XC2. I was a bit disappointed that there is now wobble where the hitch tube joins the main assembly but I added a thin shim between the assembly and the tube that has mostly taken out the play. This flaw could be solved by making the hole for the 12 mm bolt smaller. While the wheel straps on the cradles are a nice feature I probably won't use them. We carried our bikes thousands of miles on the XC2 with only top hooks and never had a problem. Be aware that the nice powder coating on the mast won't last forever because there is metal-to-metal contact with the hooks. Not a problem if you store your rack indoors.

Despite the minor issues, this rack is a great value. What other rack offers the range of adjustment and tilt feature for under $[XXX]? This will be the last rack I'll buy unless I add capacity for two more bikes.



Still works very well except I found that the cradle clamps dont hold on the new model either. I just live with it because we dont change the positions often. I really like the tilt feature.


Extremely surprised at the quick delivery of the bike rack! Assembly was easy and completed in less than 30 minutes. So much easier loading the bikes and really like the tilt feature. Pleased we chose the Swagman over other brands we researched.


VERY easy to use and set up. I can place rack and load two bikes in five minutes (I timed myself). Even less time to reload bikes after our ride.
The bikes don't swing or move about even on gravel roads which protects the car finish from dings.
Price is great and I like the Swagman Website for this Canadian company.
Tilt ability to get into hatch of our stationwagon only takes seconds. Balanced so it easy to move rack even when loaded with bikes
Wheel wells adjusting screen is stiff


Great service & delivery time. Plus the capability to down size to a inch & a quarter fits my 2007 Edge!


Very sturdy bike rack but still light enough to easily handle. Looks great with the bikes on! Bicycles seem very secure! Great product for the price. Shipping was exceptionally quick and package arrived in perfect condition!


Th bike rack works perfect on our motor home



Our bikes were secure on the rack, all the way to the FL Keys and back, Thank you


I could not have imagined a better bike rack ! Great quality and easy to assemble .


Very easy to install but the plus for me is not a high lift with the bikes, easy on and off. Use it every week great bike rack.



Great use it all the time


Entry level price, entry level product. It feels a little flimsy, but I suspect it will get the job done.


Rack is nice and well built. However, there seems to be a lot of sway. The center post will move 2-3 inches left or right and while I doubt and hope nothing will fail, it is a little unnerving to see so much movement in your rear view when others I have seen do not move at all.

I have a 2" hitch and there is an adapter that comes with the unit pre-installed. It definitely has some play, but I don't know if it accounts for all the movement.

Otherwise, the rack is easy to use and fits my two bikes well. It takes a little playing to figure out placement of the hooks that secure the bikes from the top. And there are times where I just get it as tight as possible and then throw a Bungie cord on for extra piece of mind.

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Brooke M.


Thanks for your review! A way to get a tighter fit is to move or wiggle the rack a little as you are tightening it down. This can help get a snugger fit. I hope this helps!


When adjusting the wheel holders and the hook they tend to stick and not slide easily. It does hold the bikes well and seems sturdy.

Mike L.


According to the folks at Swagman, you can use a small amount of spray lubricant such as WD-40 to lubricate the moving parts of the rack. Id recommend spraying a small amount on a cloth rag and wiping down the side rails that the wheel trays move back and forth on, as well as the uprights that the hooks are installed on. This should help the trays and hooks slide more easily.


Really easy to install. Overall excited to use it to transport my bikes going forward.


I bought my first Swagman bike rack about ten years ago. It still works fine. When I saw Swagman now has a tilt model, I decided to buy one because we have two vehicles that have big doors on the back that can't be accessed without a rack that tilts. So now I use the old Swagman on my Toyota Landcruiser that has clam shell doors on the back and the new Swagman XTC-2 TILT 2-Bike Platform Rack for the other two cars. Both racks work great-easy to put on and off and easy loading and unloading my bikes. I believe the Swagman is the best two-bike hitch on the market

Pete N.


Very good


I have yet to haul my bike on the rack, assembling it was quite easy. I’ve used a friends rack and found it to be very good. Also ordering and delivery could not have been better. Going on a several hundred mile trip in a few weeks and I am looking forward to using the rack.


service excellent, as was responses from swagmen folks to my questions. very satisfied.


I received the order on 2/18/22. Put the unit together on 2/19. The 8mm screw that holds the rack from tilting all the way to the ground when the Lynch pin spring clip is removed was not in the bag of screws I can to use the rack until I receive the screw. I spoke with Jim in customer service on 2/22/22. Have not heard back. I left a message with Swagman but have not heard back. This is probably a good rack but I ordered the tilt version so that it will fit my use.

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Jenny N.


I will have our Customer Service team reach out to you.


Easy to attach to vehicle, but after that not much is easy.
Biggest disappointment is that the grey button that is required to push to enable the piece that goes over the crossbar on the bike is very stiff. I have to use something to pry it in or out, tried adjusting with nut but didn’t
Make any difference. I don’t use the trailer often, so I put up with it. If I used it daily I would have returned it.


I really like this bike rack! It’s easy to put on and take off the trailer hitch and easy to get our fairly heavy bikes loaded and unloaded. You may need to spray the release button with WD-40 from time to time, as it tends to stick. We did put foam insulation (like for water pipes) on the bars of our bikes to protect them from scratching, as the bikes tend to move when you’re driving. We haven’t taken any long trips with our bikes yet, only short rides to meet up with other bikers. We live in a high humidity area (south Louisiana) so time will tell if we get any rust. I hope not! I did a lot of research to find the best rack for our needs and I would definitely timely recommend this one!


I love my bike rack. It's easy to use.


Construction, finish, fit and function exceeded expectations. Very happy we chose this one. Also we had ordered wrong lock to go with this. They called us to get it sorted. Fabulous customer service.


Needed a Mid-price range, 2 bike, Platform Bike Rack.
This one is fantastic for the money. Primarily chose this one because the Vertical Support bar that the Hooks which lock onto the Bikes is Metal and so are the Hooks themselves. Some have plastic Supports and more problematic Plastic Ratchets.
This one has metal through and through including vertical support ratchets that the Top Tube hooks lock into and likely is a bit more secure & Durable vs plastic ratchets.
It fits both 2.5 and 2.8 bike tires.
I like the tilt option for when opening the rear SUV hatch.
It wobbles a little when driving from the connection to the Car receiver. But it's no big deal and the bikes hold tight and secure.
Would Definitely recommend


Love the bike rack and am very happy with the service etrailer has provided. Have just received our Thule kayak carrier from them and and waiting for the Yakama roof rack to follow. Great company to deal with!

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