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Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer-Mounted Bike Rack Carrier for A-Frame Trailers - 2"-100 lbs

Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer-Mounted Bike Rack Carrier for A-Frame Trailers - 2"-100 lbs

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Want to carry your bike rack with bikes while towing your trailer? No problem! The Bike Bunk mounts on your A-frame trailer tongue. It is designed for bike racks that fit 2" hitches and are approved for use behind an RV. Capacity is 100 lbs. Great Prices for the best rv and camper bike racks from Stromberg Carlson. Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer-Mounted Bike Rack Carrier for A-Frame Trailers - 2"-100 lbs part number CC-275 can be ordered online at or call 1-800-940-8924 for expert service.
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Stromberg Carlson RV and Camper Bike Racks - CC-275

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Want to carry your bike rack with bikes while towing your trailer? No problem! The Bike Bunk mounts on your A-frame trailer tongue. It is designed for bike racks that fit 2" hitches and are approved for use behind an RV. Capacity is 100 lbs.


  • Durable rack allows you to tow a trailer while carrying a bike rack and its bikes
    • Mounts on your A-frame trailer tongue
    • Designed for use with 2" hitch-mounted bike racks that are approved for use behind an RV
  • Sturdy, all-steel design
  • Made in the USA


  • Capacity: 100 lbs
  • Distance from top of A-frame trailer to top of cross tube: 33-1/2"
  • Fits A-frames with widths between: 12" - 52"
  • Mounting bracket dimensions: 8" tall x 4-3/4" wide x 2" deep

Maximum and Minimum Frame Widths

Note: The Bike Bunk is only intended to hold a 2" bike rack that is approved for use on the back of an RV. Your application will be determined by turning radius and positioning of the rack.

CC-275 Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer Mounted Bicycle Rack Carrier for A-Frame Trailers - 2" - 100 lbs

Installation Details CC-275 Installation instructions

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Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk Trailer-Mounted Bike Rack Carrier for A-Frame Trailers - 2"-100 lbs - CC-275

Average Customer Rating:  4.6 out of 5 stars   (130 Customer Reviews)

Want to carry your bike rack with bikes while towing your trailer? No problem! The Bike Bunk mounts on your A-frame trailer tongue. It is designed for bike racks that fit 2" hitches and are approved for use behind an RV. Capacity is 100 lbs.


I ordered one of these a year ago and it arrived with critical welds missing. I contacted the manufacturer directly and they sent me a brand new unit.

Mounting was easy (with the right tools). I did swap out the crummy fasteners that they supply for attaching to the trailer tongue with grade 8 yellow zinc plated fasteners from [online]. It is holding up great and makes bike carrying super easy. I like that I can see them in the rear view mirror and see if anything is coming loose.

I used a cheap bike rack on this and flipped the arms of the rack around rearward to keep the bikes close to the front of the travel trailer. This also allows me to fully open the hatch of my tow vehicle when the bikes are mounted.

So overall this is a nice addition that avoids trying to mount anything to the flimsy rear bumper of the travel trailer, although it does add some tongue weight. I am super happy with it so far and it looks nice a year later despite having sat outside 100% of the time.



This is holding up great after two years of being installed. I am very happy with it.


Unconventional Use. This was purchased not to hold bikes but as a frame to hold flag poles which were affixed to it with off the shelf hardware. The actual receiver tube will be used for a custom camp site sign identifying our family.
Overall the frame exceeded our expectations for quality and functionality. I cannot comment on its originally designed use, but for what we use it for it was the perfect choice.


I was looking for a way to mount a bike carrier on my 2016 Flagstaff Superlite TT. Due to the low ground clearance (14" rims) I couldn't relocate the rear bumper mounted spare underneath travel trailer. Tow vehicle is 2015 Ram 1500 4x2. Settled on the SC Bike Bunk plus Let's Go Aero BikeWing2 mounted as far back on front frame as possible so the bike bunk clears the propane bottle cover and maximizes distance between back of truck and bikes when turning. Success! I also made spacers ( bar stock from Home Depot cut down & painted black. see pic) which raised Bike Bunk up another 3/4" (every little bit helps!). My 26" wheeled bikes have 5.5" clearance above tailgate top. 29er will only have 2.5". No issues on flat ground whatsoever; concern may be up & over curb turning into gas stations with 29ers (not tested yet); 26" bikes no clearance issues experienced at all. Hint: GoAero rack tilts forward so I use trailer electric front jack to lower the whole front of trailer down when loading & unloading bikes. Easy peasy no step ladder. required!



Half dozen trips since purchasing Bike Bunk & GoAero combo. Works great. No clearance issues even with one 29er + one 26 bike.


Great fit on my travel trailer. Took experts advice and purchased a Let's Go Aero Veeme V2 bike rack. Very pleased with both products. A safe way to carry our bikes while rv ing.
Thanks etrailer experts for this solution. Both items easy to install and are very strong. The bike rack is easily moved to the receiver on my truck.

Peter G.


I have a 2015 Wolf Pup. It is very similar to your trailer! I am towing with a Silverado. Are you having any issues with turning radius with bikes hitting tailgate.

Gary M.


No problems with turning radius interference, also towing with a Silverado.


Great sturdy product. Just returned from a camping trip. 300 miles each way. Not a worry about bikes. Can now open cargo door on tow vehicle. Pic showing frame and 2 bike rack.

Mark J.


Absolutely love the bike rack. Made a few modifications to fit the tongue of our T@B. Sending a pic. Your customer service and products are top notch. Thanks again


This product has been a great way to carry our 2 bikes (1 mine, one my wife's). The install was fairly easy (it helps
If you have 2 people to line things up, hold while drilling, etc).

The best thing about this rack is being able to easily keep an eye on the bikes while traveling, whether driving or parked. I considered those bracket braces for the rear trailer bumper, but at the end of the day: (1). My trailer bumper doesn't look like it will handle torsion well, even with supplemental bracing; (2). The spare tire (already on the trailer bumper) got in the way; and (3). My bikes aren't cheap and I like being able to keep an eye on them.

Thanks etrailer for your excellent videos and online advice!


I bought this because I couldn't figure a good way to bring my bikes with us on vacations when we also brought our jet ski trailer. I looked at all sorts of different ways to try and get a bike rack and a trailer on my truck at the same time, and finally came across this. While it's not on a travel trailer like it was intended, it works perfectly for our needs. It fits right above the storage box holding our life jackets and other stuff, but gives enough room for the hatch to open up and let us retrieve the items. I paired this with a Lets Go Aero BikeWing and now I can bring the bikes, the jet skis, and still keep the truck bed free for our mattress and camping gear. If you are trying to find a way to bring your boat and bikes to the lake at the same time, and are towing with an SUV or a truck with a full bed, this is the perfect fit.


FYI etrailer Folks.....I could not get the "Add Photos/Videos" to work. But your video is much better than my photos.....Rocky P Here's my review.....

Three years in, this Stromberg Carlson Bike Bunk has worked very well mounted toward the back of the A-frame trailer tongue just in front of our Forest River RPOD 190 RV carrying two ordinary mountain bikes using an older 1996/97 very husky Yakama GetAway 2-bike carrier that is "off-road-able" (per Yakima) and that fits the Bike Bunk 2-inch receiver. The only mod I made to the Bike Bunk was to replace the SAE Grade 2 bolts and ordinary nuts (not lock nuts) it came with with SAE Grade 8 bolts and lock nuts due to the leverage strain put on the mounting bolts from such a low mounting position with most of the weight up top. I wanted sturdier (maybe over-engineered!) bolts and lock nuts (won't come loose with vibration). The only disadvantage to this up-front mounting position is that it adds about 100 pounds to the tongue weight including 2 bikes plus carrier. But the BIG advantage is far far less whiplash on the bikes compared to a rear-trailer mounting position. Plus you can keep on eye on your bikes that you can't do with a trailer rear mount. You also have to be somewhat of a stunt artist standing on the A-frame behind the Bike Bunk & carrier to then pick up the bikes and get them up and onto the bike carrier. OR.....standing on the ground in front of the Bike Bunk & carrier, reach up to set the bikes on the carrier. It helps to be taaall with looong arms or use a "cheater" short stool or something else sturdy to stand on. I still have to get up on the A-frame to lock the bikes, but that's not a big deal. Overall, it's a great idea for carrying bikes up-front with far less whiplash on the bikes compared to a rear trailer mount plus being able to keep an eye on them.


Perfect setup for what we needed. Installation issue - need longer bolts.
Used the Swagman XP 3-bike hitch mount rack and carried 2 bikes. Drove close to 1,300 miles last year with the bikes on and had no issues. On-loading and off-loading bikes is very easy with a pickup truck - dropped tailgate is just the right height.


Getting to try out the Stromberg Carlson bike bunk that I installed on the trailer hitch frame.
Using it with a Go Aero V2 bike rack that I can use on the trailer or the truck. It works great!
The bike rack is easy to transfer weighing only 12 pounds and no movement of bikes at all during travel.
Very happy with this combo from


Okay, shy of taking it out on the road (trip upcoming in a couple of weeks) I like it. Well built and sturdy. The install was a bit more complicated on one side that the other as there were some electrical issues and lines I had to deal with but that doesn't detract from the product. The one issue I had was one that has been written up by others that have installed it and that is that there are 2 bolts included that are just too short for their intended purpose by about 1/4 to 1/2 inch, so I had to run to re hardware store to replace. Other than that the install went smooth and the results I'm quite happy with. Oh yeah the tube sitting in on channel fit a bit tight but a spray of WD-40 fixed that right away. Bottom line, as it stands today without testing it on the road, it appears to be an excellent product. Road test will be the telling tale.


We just took our first trip and the bike rack worked just as we had hoped. It is a little difficult and takes two people to keep it mounted straight and then drill the holes when installing. A few things I realized is that the holes are not drilled into the camper but into the posts to keep the arms from spinning. Also make sure you know you’ll need a bike rack as well, this is just the mount for that. Overall worked well and kept the bikes high and away from camper in my tailgate.



1yr out update - Highly recommend this to anyone. Need to be a little handy to install but once on, it is very stable. Still holding up well and i can even stand on it to work on the front of the camper with no issues supporting 225#.


It's a good product. It works as intended. The load rating is kind of low and I wouldn't use it for EBikes as you would almost certainly exceed the load rating.


Quickly shipped, arrived on time, watched the how-to video on the product page, and then installed it in under an hour. Sturdy is an understatement for this product. The rack itself does not interfere with access to anything on the A frame. The bike rack interferes with the propane tank cover but not the top access on the cover so I can still turn on/off the tanks and such. I couldn't be happier at this point and will update after the test drive.


Very pleased with the service; package arrived in 2 days! Super impressed with the "stout" build of the Bike Bunk; very, very solid and rigid once installed. Installation took some time due to having to drill the holes per the directions, but was not difficult.


I bought this bike bunk to mount on the tongue of my R-pod camper. I carry 2 bikes on it, and I love having them right in my view as I drive along. I have very little bounce with this unit. Oh, BTW the bikes sit just high enough that they go over the tailgate on sharp turns.


Just mounted the rack today. It was very easy to assemble. Tried a couple of places to get the best fit so I can get to my propane tanks. Only took about 45 min to mount. Put the bikes on but have not pulled the trailer with the bikes in place.


I bought the Stromberg because I wanted to bring bikes and my golf cart to Vintage Trailer Rallies. The Rack is stout. It is easy to install. I do not mind it visually when not in use either as I believe it offers some protection to my propane tanks. 1977 Silver Streak, 1972 Golf Cart, 2021 Stromberg Rack!


Great product! Easy to install and works great for our tandem bike.


Easy to assemble. Because we have a toy hauler for motorcycles, we didn’t have a back bumper on the camper to place a bicycle rack. This was a great alternative. Little different with loading and unloading but they don’t interfere with turning and they ride really nice.

Al T.


Great. Having a toy hauler and not having a bumper on the back due to the ramp door, it was a great alternative. Even though it is a little high, it is not that bad getting up on your tailgate to put the bikes in place.


Prompt service and delivery. Product was exactly what I expected. Installed easy and is very adjustable to fit different angles. Really neat design to accommodate different positions. Note that you will have to drill 4 holes but it makes sense that this is necessary to make it so adjustable/customizable. I would definitely recommend this product. This allowed us to keep spare tire on rear bumper and free up trunk camper space.


Just installed it today. Relatively easy and the unit is made of good solid materials with legible and easy to follow instructions. Only downside is how high the bikes will ride but that is unavoidable. I like that we can transfer the bike rack to the Jeep once we get where we are headed and in effect have 2 racks, one for travel and one to use on the towing vehicle. Good price when I ordered it and great customer service.

Steven M.


Worked out well for us for the last year. We love you can move your bike rack from the TT to the Tow Vehicle once you are at a destination. No complaints other than the bike do ride high and a step is needed to get them on and off. We went with a longer than stock shank to allow for clearance in making tight turns, backing and such so the bikes would not hit the T.V. Way better solution than the Jack It IMO. In short we are pleased with it


This worked well on the tounge of my Salem 31KQBTS. It fits good and the bike rack when installed is very stable. Not bad at all to install. It's fully adjustable, so you have to drill the final mounting holes after it is in position, but that's not bad at all.



did a lot of camping in 2021 and used it everytime formy bike rack. very strong and stable unit.


The delivery was very quick and both items arrived at the same time and in excellent condition. We were able to put it on our travel trailer with no problem and it went together very easy! The bike rack was also very easy to put together and once we figured out the best way to put our bikes on it we were really pleased! We are looking forward to using it this weekend! Thank You, this really helpedus solve our problem of taking our bikes.


This has been fantastic. It's high up to get bikes on and off but I like them there better then on the back of camper. Everyone we talked to at E trailer was awesome!!! Thank you.

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