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Swagman XP Bike Rack for 4 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting

Swagman XP Bike Rack for 4 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting

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This 4-bike rack is perfect for a family who rides occasionally and has bikes with different frame sizes and styles. Rotating cradles keep bikes level to prevent ground clearance issues. Tilts without bikes loaded for cargo area access. 1-800-940-8924 to order Swagman hitch bike racks part number S64960 or order online at Free expert support on all Swagman products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Swagman XP Bike Rack for 4 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting. Hitch Bike Racks reviews from real customers.
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Swagman Hitch Bike Racks - S64960

  • Hanging Rack
  • 4 Bikes
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Tilt-Away Rack
  • Frame Mount
  • Swagman
  • Class 3
  • Bike Lock

This 4-bike rack is perfect for a family who rides occasionally and has bikes with different frame sizes and styles. Rotating cradles keep bikes level to prevent ground clearance issues. Tilts without bikes loaded for cargo area access.


  • Hanging bike rack carries 4 bikes using your vehicle's hitch receiver
  • Steel plates with rubber cushions secure bikes by the top tube, down tube, or seat tube
    • Adjust individually to keep bikes level during transport
  • Pull pin allows rack to tilt
    • Mast tilts down without bikes loaded to access cargo area
  • Anti-rattle hitch pin reduces movement of rack in hitch receiver
    • Removable adapter sleeve converts the rack for use with 1-1/4" hitches
  • Included anti-sway strap helps reduce excess movement during transport
  • Locking knob deters theft of your bikes
  • Hitch lock (sold separately) deters theft of the rack
  • Frame adapter bar (sold separately) required for bikes without a straight, horizontal top tube
  • Black powder coated steel construction is rust resistant


  • Application: 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" (Class II) and 2" x 2" trailer hitches
  • Carrying capacity: 4 bikes
  • Weight capacity: 100 lbs
    • 35 lbs per bike
  • Maximum bike frame diameter: 2"
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to:
    • Nearest edge of carrier: 7-3/4"
    • Farthest edge of carrier: 21-3/4"
  • Carrier weight: 44 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

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

Individual Rotating Cradles

Swagman XP 4-bike Hanging-Style Rack Anti-Sway Cradles

The Swagman XP has cradles that secure your bikes by the top tube, down tube, or seat tube. Each cradle rotates to ensure your bikes hang level on the rack, reducing the risk of ground clearance issues. You can also adjust the spacing of each cradle to help keep your bikes from bumping into each other.

Swagman XP 4-bike Hanging-Style Rack Anti-Sway Cradles

Soft rubber padding inside each cradle protects your bikes from scratches and scuffs. The padding has grooves on the surface that prevent your brake and shifter cables from getting pinched.

Easy Tilting for Cargo Area Access

Swagman XP 4-bike Hanging-Style Rack Tilting

The rack tilts down without your bikes loaded. This means you won't have to remove the whole rack to access your cargo area for grocery runs and other errands.

Swagman XP 4-bike Hanging-Style Rack Lower HitchSwitch Lever

To tilt the rack down, pull out the pin above the base of the rack, lift the mast out of the groove above the pin, and lower it. When you're ready to go, lift the mast up and re-insert the pin.

Threaded Hitch Pin and Hitch Adapter

Swagman Titan threaded hitch pin

A threaded hitch pin is included to help eliminate rattle in the hitch receiver during transport. It fits the threaded hole at the end of the shank. To tighten the pin in your hitch, use a 5/8" wrench (not included). Clips are also included to keep each pin in place.

Swagman Titan 2-Bike Hanging-Style Rack Hitch Adapter

You can install the rack in a 1-1/4" hitch or in a 2" hitch. To use it in a 1-1/4" hitch, simply remove the adapter with the included Allen key.

Bike Security

Swagman Titan 2-Bike cable lock

A lock on the hand knob secures your bikes to the rack. Once locked, the hand knob will spin freely so a would-be thief can't operate it.

Swagman Original threaded hitch pin

An anti-rattle hitch lock (sold separately) is available to secure the rack to your vehicle.

Available Adapter Bar

Swagman Bike Adapter Bar

If you have a women's bike, kid's bike, or any other bike without a straight, horizontal top tube, you will need an adapter bar (sold separately) to properly mount your bike. The bar fits between the seat post and handlebar stem post of your bike to create a top tube so your bike hangs level on the rack.

64960 Swagman XP - Folding 4 Bike Rack for 1-1/4" and 2" Trailer Hitches

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Swagman XP Bike Rack for 4 Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Tilting - S64960

Average Customer Rating:  4.4 out of 5 stars   (126 Customer Reviews)

This 4-bike rack is perfect for a family who rides occasionally and has bikes with different frame sizes and styles. Rotating cradles keep bikes level to prevent ground clearance issues. Tilts without bikes loaded for cargo area access.


I truly appreciate the follow up. To make it plain and simple, my family is incredibly excited to own this product.

Your team did an incredible job walking through the right product as I could not find a custom hitch for my BMW X6 cross over SUV and you guys nailed it! From the hitch, to the bumper I had to get replaced, it works like a charm!

I have been and will continue to recommend your company and staff! Top notch professionals if you ask me!


I love the bike rack itself, I only have 1 problem the first lock that fastens down with the key does not work. It’s really hard to grab and spin, my father worked on it for quite some time and was frustrated. I was wondering can you send me a regular twist down handle like the other 3? I don’t need the key lock, or send me a new one with the key lock since this one is defective? Other than that its great, we just got it on my vehicle last night but I cannot use the very first bike clamp. My sister in law is asking how I like it because she wants to get one too, no worries I will tell her its awesome, I understands there are flaws and I know you will hook me up with a new clamp. I will post a great review once I get my new clamp.


Nice bike rack....just wished it would have come with a normal size hole for the standard size hitch pin. I had to order a hitch pin with a key for security.


This item arrived within 2 days. Everything was included as advertised and was in good working order. Instructions for assembly were easy to follow. Would definitely order from etrailer in the future.



Can all four bikes be locked??

Patrick B.


Only one of the 4 knobs needs to be lockable. Use it on the outermost bike. If a thief cannot remove the last bike, he cannot remove the others. Remember, if using an adapter bar, the bike cannot be secured by locking the cradle. A cable lock will need to be used in that case.


Well built, holds two bikes well. Would like to see a threaded locking bolt at the receiver end to lock to hitch.


See my other review for the hitch I ordered. Everything came on time, and the service was great from Goeff! Helped me out a ton and got me what I needed. Not installed yet, but barring any issues, everything was great!


I'm very satisfied with it, received in good condition. Haven't used it yet. Still winter here.



Was used a lot this past summer. Worked great. Took a little time to figure out how to hook up bikes the best way, but once I figured it out. Smooth and secure!


fits perfect in my hitch. plus like adjustable cradles to accommodate my grandchildren bikes.


Pretty good product. We still have trouble with the locking mechanism, but it might be user error. Also, I thought it would be sturdier, but it seems to sway quite a bit when we are driving.





So far, so good. I just received this last week and installed it on the back of my fifth wheel. We have four bikes (2 adult bikes and two kids bikes), and fitting all four of the bikes on the racks took some creativity but it was possible. The rack seems very sturdy, but we will see if it stands the test of time as we are full-time RVers who travel about 6,000 miles per year. Our last bike rack (Swagman XTC4) was completely worn out after about 14,000 miles of use on the back of our fifth wheel.


I hate this bike rack. For a heavy is at it, 40 lbs, it is junk, wobbles and moves around like crazy. If you need an overpriced boat anchor, this will fit the bill. Better to cut the rope when you leave it. Terrible tolerances. I bought the chincy locking ring they want to sell you and it did absolutely nothing. Don't put a nice bike on it because you'll be sorry. Honestly I try to avoid etrailer whenever possible at this point. Why can a hitch fit well but this is really undersized and the fit it terrible


Bike carrier works great. It is built well and does what I expected.


The service from etrailer was awesome.
ordered on a weekend and yet by Sunday night I had an email saying the product was shipped. On top of that the shipping was upgraded at the same cost.... FREE!
The Bike Rack is great. Went together easily and is very heavy duty.
The only problem I have and it was anticipated is that my bike frame is not round, it is oval shaped and it barely fits into the gripper. But as I said I expected it to be close from the product description.
This rack should give me many years of service and I highly recommend it and etrailer!!


This was the only bike rack that I could find where my daughter's bike could fit on it securely and without adding a bar. The rack is very stable and is easy to put on and off of my car as needed. I'd like to add that my neighbors have owned this same rack (just an older version) and their rave reviews caused up to research the Swagmann brand. Additionally, e-trailer has been great with communication. Very pleased.


TERRIBLE!!!!! Absolutely terrible!!! First off, the main support does not fit well into the hitch sleeve. The threaded hitch pin does not secure against any movement whatsoever. I had to hammer shims into the gap so the unit would not rock back and forth inside the female hitch port. Without the shims you get to watch your bikes in the Furrion camera rock back and forth for 400 miles at a time. The clamp sleeve just barley secures even the most basic bike frame construction. Most current bikes do not fit in the 4 clamps. I had to modify the top slots where the "T" nut swings into place and bend them down to use the threaded hand wheels. Not to mention that the "T" slot bolts are way too short. Prepare for frame and paint damage on your bikes. Good luck placing the bikes back the same way after securing them. Full on engineering disaster! It will take you 45 mins to load up all 4 bikes each time. If you have a quick 1 day stop you can forget taking the bikes off. Told my kids it was too much trouble undoing the puzzle. All the bikes are pointed all over the place like crooked teeth!! Total and complete piece of junk!!!! If I could give this no stars I would. Avoid at all costs.


Well we just tried out the swagman 4 bike hitch this weekend and overall it worked well. We used it on our 2009 flagstaff tent trailer which had a factory installed receiver hitch on the back. We had no problems at all however that being said the hitch does not work really well with bike wheels over 26 it just does not leave enough clearance from the road to the tire. Other than that I would recommend this hitch for use with a tent trailer.


Once again, etrailer's service was superb. The hitch arrived very quickly, packaging was in good shape when it arrived.
I chose this bike rack because it was one of only a few that are rated for a hitch on the back of a fifth wheel trailer. It is very sturdy and was easy to assemble. As reported in other reviews, the only issue was the threaded clamp knob that secures the bikes to the rack. The one with the lock on it came through with a defective lock mechanism that does not allow the knob to engage. That meant it could not be tightened. Swagman might need to re-evaluate this feature.
I like the idea of the lock, but it is probably better to use the regular knobs without the lock to mount the bikes and then use a bike cable lock to secure them to the vehicle.
I have no concerns about the racks strength or durability.


Great rack--very solid and great for a variety of bike sizes/shapes. I had to grind a bevel on the end of some of the pins to make it easier to insert them, and I had to chop one of the mounts down (see pic) to allow mounting of our tiniest bike (a Woom 3), and to allow our second-tiniest bike (a Cleary 20") to go over the mount to be mounted in the second position in.
There's no other rack I'm aware of that would allow us to haul these five bikes around--this has been great for us, and I'd absolutely recommend it.
-1 star for the directions with pictures so small that there might as well not be pictures at all--it's absolutely impossible to tell what's happening in the diagrams, which fortunately doesn't matter much, as it's all fairly obvious. Except for the threaded 1/2" pin--I still have no idea what that's for . . . maybe some cars have threaded trailer mounts.


Purchased this after reading some of the other reviews and Q&A on etrailer - i hadn't thought about the fact that how the crossbars on the bike are configured makes a difference - 3 of our 5 bikes wouldn't have fit on a two bar bike rack because the openings are two small (I ended up measuring them before selecting a rack). I still ended up having to use the adapter for one of them which works great. Installation was easy (I had uhaul put a receiver hitch on my 2012 odyssey the week before) - you do have to pull a pin on the bottom of the rack when you tilt it, which some might consider an inconvenience compared to some of the other brands that just have release levers, but i view it as less stuff to break compared to those racks. If you're going to have it on a lot and park in a garage, consider the fact that it doesn't collapse because it does add significant length to the vehicle. 5 bikes are definitely doable if you set it up correctly. I think its the most versatile rack you can get based on the way it holds the bikes and would definitely recommend.


mostly good
easy to install.

easy to open the swing bar.
Heavy duty construction

no receiver pin... nor does description indicate this
needed a pin that reduces movement of the hitch as well as locks the hitch. We handled this with the anti-rattle trailer hitch.
takes a long time to mount and dismount the bikes due to lots of turning the knobs.
mount is mediocre at best for our high end road bikes which do not have consistent thickness on the frame. We handled this by wrapping a thin piece of cloth around the skinnier section of the bike frame.
Lock: I doubt it is secure. I imagine I can get a hammer and bash it into the key hole of the lock and easily turn the knob to release the bikes... If it is to be used as security, the lock should be a higher quality. Probably OK to use while going to a bathroom at a gas station, but not much more.

All in all, the only thing that I would definitely recommend the manufacturer change is a mounting system that is faster and more flexible for bikes with non-regular frame diameters...


After researching the multitude of bike racks available, Pat at etrailer spent over 30 minutes with me on the phone answering my questions about which would be the best rack for our SUV and our particular bike styles. We settled on the Swagman XP 4-bike rack. The cradles are adjustable and be rotated so that the wheels of any bike can be kept parallel to the ground regardless of the angle of the bike frame. It worked as advertised, and I can 100% recommend etrailer as a very reliable source. The people there are interested in helping you, and they deliver. Great company!


After several uses this bike rack has held up very well. I like it's versatility, you can adjust the clamps to work for any style of bike. My only complaint is the locking clamp. When it is locked it can still be unscrewed and when it is unlocked it is difficult to unscrew.

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