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Stromberg Carlson 2 Bike Carrier for RVs - Ladder Mount - Aluminum

Stromberg Carlson 2 Bike Carrier for RVs - Ladder Mount - Aluminum

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Transport up to 2 bikes securely on your RV ladder with this lightweight, rustproof aluminum rack. The bike-carrier arms clamp to the vertical support bars of the ladder. Pivoting design allows full use of ladder when bikes are not mounted. Lowest Prices for the best rv and camper bike racks from Stromberg Carlson. Stromberg Carlson 2 Bike Carrier for RVs - Ladder Mount - Aluminum part number LA-102 can be ordered online at etrailer.com or call 1-800-496-5010 for expert service.
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Stromberg Carlson RV and Camper Bike Racks - LA-102

  • RV Ladder Rack
  • Motorhome
  • Travel Trailer
  • Fifth Wheel
  • 2 Bikes
  • Road Bikes
  • Womens Bikes
  • Hanging Rack
  • Stromberg Carlson
  • Locks Not Included
  • Frame Mount

Transport up to 2 bikes securely on your RV ladder with this lightweight, rustproof aluminum rack. The bike-carrier arms clamp to the vertical support bars of the ladder. Pivoting design allows full use of ladder when bikes are not mounted.


Features:

  • Ladder-mounted bike rack lets you bring up to 2 bikes with you on the road
  • Sturdy arms clamp onto 1" diameter vertical supports of your RV ladder
    • Rubberized brackets won't scratch ladder
  • Bikes hang vertically - with front wheels toward the ground - for secure, streamlined transport
    • Seat posts sit in cradles on carrier arms and secure with straps
    • Rack accommodates bike frames up to 2" in diameter
  • Pivoting design allows for full access to RV ladder when bicycles aren't mounted
    • Remove pull pins to swing rack arms away from ladder
    • Reinsert pins to lock arms in place
  • Lightweight anodized aluminum resists corrosion


Specs:

  • Carrying capacity: 2 bicycles
  • Weight capacity: 25 lbs per bike
  • Bike-rack arm dimensions: 24" long x 14" wide
  • Distance between arms: depends on width of RV ladder
  • Weight: 7 lbs
  • 1-Year warranty


Stationary Chair Arms

Stromberg Carlson's two-bike carrier for RVs easily clamps around the vertical supports of your exterior ladder. The non-marring material on the clamps helps to keep the carrier from scratching your RV ladder. Simply insert the included pins into the brackets to secure the arms in place so the rack does not sway while you are driving. With your bike's front wheel hanging toward the ground, place the seat post in the cradles on the carrier's arms. Then secure your bike in place with the straps on the cradles.


Pivoted Rack Arms

When bikes are not mounted, the carrier's arms pivot out left and right to allow access to your motor home's ladder. To move the rack arms, just remove the pull pins from the top of each bracket. Swing the arms out and reinsert the pins so that the arms are tightly secured in place. This allows you to use your RV ladder without having to remove the entire bike rack. When you are ready to use the carrier again, the arms easily pivot back in place and secure with the pull pins.



LA-102 Stromberg Carlson Ladder Bike Rack - 2 Bike Carrier




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Customer Reviews

Stromberg Carlson 2 Bike Carrier for RVs - Ladder Mount - Aluminum - LA-102

Average Customer Rating:  4.3 out of 5 stars   (96 Customer Reviews)

Transport up to 2 bikes securely on your RV ladder with this lightweight, rustproof aluminum rack. The bike-carrier arms clamp to the vertical support bars of the ladder. Pivoting design allows full use of ladder when bikes are not mounted.

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Yes I did receive the racks and they look great, my husband put them on and his comments were he wished the screws were longer, and the latch down loops were tough to get hooked over the bikes. Also we thought it would be nice if it came with some pads to keep the bikes from banging together or against our spare. Overall we lke the product, and the construction it seems sturdy and we like that it swings out of the way for ladder access. Your service was very prompt, which is always appreciated.


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I recently purchased this bike rack. I am disappointed in the engineering of the mounting and tie downs. First of all, the customer should not have to wish the screws were longer. You can start one screw, but there is no way to get the second screw started due to the angle the bracket sits at. I enlarged the holes and had to install new bolts in order to fit around the 1 inch diameter roof ladder Most people just dont have metric screws the right length needed laying around the house. Secondly the durometer of the latch down hoops is so stiff that it is impossible to stretch the holes over the pins they connect to. I found the only way to hook them is to use a vice grip and leverage to pry them over the pins. If you mount the bike rack high on your RV ladder, you will find yourself on a step stool cussing out the poor design and material ion. I would not recommend this bike rack to anyone.
-- comment by: Rick H - 09/30/2013


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This product was great, would have been simple to install with 2 people, but I managed to get it done by myself. I was particularly impressed with etrailer.com's quick shipment! I placed the order on Tuesday night and forgot that I needed it by Friday morning before I chose economy shipping. I went back to the site Wednesday midmorning to see if I could have it 2 day shipped instead. It had already been shipped. My original thought was "great it is already on the "slow boat to China" Much to my surprise it arrived Thursday mid morning! Truly impressed with the efficiency of this company!




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We installed the bike rack on our class A motor coach. Product is as described. The only reason I didn’t give it 5 stars is that the Allan wrench is difficult to use because the end is 1/4 too long to be easy to use on the inside screws.




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I think the bike rack is a reasonable product, but not a good fit for us. We only used it on one trip and it was a disaster. Last December, I bought and installed the bike rack on the ladder of our RV. We put our bikes on the rack and headed for the Everglades. On our first night, we stopped at a campground in Starke, FL, and were caught in a very bad storm with high winds. It was dark. It was raining. The wind was blowing. Then suddenly the wind tore off one of our roof vent covers and water was pouring into the RV kitchen. I ran outside only to realize that the bikes were mounted to the ladder and I could not get on the roof. In the dark and pouring rain, I had to unlock, un-secure, and remove the bikes from the rack. All the while rain is filling our RV. I finally got on the roof and was able to cover the hole left by the missing vent cover. We dried everything up and the next day, I purchased and installed a new vent cover.

I realized that blocking the ladder to the roof with bikes was not the best approach and we have never used the bike rack again. We laugh about it now, but it was a crazy evening, to say the least. We now put the bikes on a rack that is mounted to the hitch receiver on our tow vehicle.




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It is a great bike carrier for two bikes. It is sturdy and easy to install.




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This ladder mount bike carrier is so simple a design and easy installation that's it's amazing how wonder it is and so stable for carrying bikes. Have had one on my 5th wheel for awhile and needed another carrier for 'Big Blue' 42 gal 4 wheel blackwater tote. Worked through many options and decided if it ain't broke stick with it and ordered another of this same bike carrier to modify to carry 'Big Blue'. Heading up into the northern Rockies for 6 weeks with bikes on one carrier mounted high on the ladder and 'Big Blue' just below the bikes on this new adapted carrier also on the ladder. All this is well w/in the load limits of the ladder. So simple, so easy and so effective. If I need to carry anything else under 50lbs I guess I'll just have to mount a new LADDER!


Comments
Still going strong and both carriers, one carrying two mtn bikes and the other carrying 42 gal black water tote, working like a charm. So simple a design and very adaptable to carrying gear other than bikes.
RKS - 08/04/2018


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just installed the bike rack. It appears to be sturdy and made well however as in all the other reviews the screws were not long enough. we had to make a trip to the hardware store to get longer screws to use on one side of the bracket. we had to use the original screws for the other side because it could only be accessed with the allen wrench. It took 2 hours to put together including the trip to the store. Hopefully it will hold up!


Comments
The bike rack is adequate. We keep our camper in covered storage. The cord that holds the pins in is faded and is showing alot of wear. Also one of the the pads that you set the bike on is tearing. It still holds the bikes in place well but I wonder about the longevity of this bike rack. I dont thinks it will last as long as I hope
jill g - 07/23/2017


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Perfect for our two bikes and bike carrier is EXTREMELY secure! Very happy with it and highly recommend.




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good for light bikes not good for Ebikes as Ebikes are to heavy for this


Comments
The maximum capacity for this rack is 25 pounds per bike.
-- Etrailer Expert Jenny N - 04/22/2022


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1. Had I not read earlier reviews and did not purchase longer screws, installation would have been even worse than it already was.
2. The metal used arrives "marred" and the padding on the bike arms has discoloration spots.
3. There is protective material (plastic wrap) on both arms. However; the material is not the same on both arms. why would you wrap the arms in two differing types of plastic wrap
4. Screws were metric as was the nuts. Makes it tough to "hold" locking nuts if you don't have a metric wrench or rachet
5. Normally when you have a bolt and nut situation, the attachment process proceeds from the outside to the inside......bolt goes through the brackets (towards the RV) and the nut is on the backside (nearest the RV). The quality of the engineering made getting a "grip" on the bolt was almost impossible (no room for wrench heads) and having clear access for the hex wrench was all but impossible. In order to sanely complete the installation, the bolt had to come through from the backside and the nut was on the "outside" of the install. Even from a safety standpoint this makes no sense. The working surface of the rack faces outward and now you have unprotected bolt ends creating a potential injury producer.
6. If you are seeking good help from the instructions, you won't find it. Black and white photos clarity and detail leave much to be desired.
7. If it looks to good to be true, it probably is. Run when you see this product - or at the very least be prepared to be an octopus during the install.




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I drove almost 3,000 miles with one mountain bike, a reclining deck chair and captains chair on the rack, and it didn't move at all. For assembly, I did need to get longer screws as the ones sent with it weren't long enough for attachment around the ladder uprights. They are metric screws for anyone else running into this problem. I also used locking washers and nuts as a precaution against them coming loose during all the driving. It's easy to swing the arms out of the way, as I did need to climb onto the roof of the camper after the trip.




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Overall well designed product. We have electric bikes and wish it could handle 100lbs and the rubber strap for securing bike frame was longer to accommodate bigger frames.


Comments
We used it for one trip, but it is not suited to heavier bikes. We had to replace it with a hitch-mounted rack half way through our second trip.
Shaja - 05/08/2020


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The bike rack works fine. We have been on the road for 6 of the last 12 months,
and bikes stay put. Couple of small issues though. The plastic sleeves that keep the
shafts tight in the clamps tend to become loose and slide down. not a big problem, but does allow more vibration. Also, the rubber straps the clamp the bikes down are hard to use. One of them actually broke while trying to remove a bike. Again, not a big problem as I use bungee cords to help secure the bikes to the ladder. The product does what I wanted and for the money, was a good deal.




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Received in good condition. I am using the Ladder Mount Rack LA-102 on my RV to carry my pedal assist, Sondors Electric bike.
Due to the location of the battery box in the triangle portion of the frame, I have to carry the bike upside down. That is with the front wheel up and using the seat post frame but on the opposite side. I think this will work well except for not being able to use the rubber straps because the space between the battery box and frame post is too small. I have to use a total of three bungee cords to hold the bike on and in an upright position.
I have included pictures. Please let me know if you think there will be problems using the rack in this manner.




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just installed this on my camper ladder and first time pulling pin out to swing the bracket the ball bearing n spring shot out ,trying to get a replacement pin is a procedure they want me to disassemble the unit send it back n reassemble a new unit, not happy with manufactures customer service process :(




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Product shipped very quickly... excellent service etrailer ... impressed with quality of product... well designed and sturdy... nice looking components and make a fairly unobtrusive addition to my ladder assembly... wished the bolts for the mounting brackets screwed in from the front instead of the back however...


Comments
Still impressed with product after a year of use... would purchase again if needed
Mark E - 04/29/2014


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It is a great design. Because of its flexibility in how you can position the support arms it allows you to easily use the RV ladder. It was sturdy and lasted a cross-country haul. The "pins" that have a string attached to them are a good safety feature but replace the string immediately once you get it. They disintegrate quickly if the rack is permanently mounted to the RV. Easy to install and nice lightweight




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It was a little tedious to install but nothing a little patience cannot handle. It has nice adjustments to get it just where you want it on the ladder. I hung two bikes from it and it seems sturdy enough. We will see when we take a trip in the camper. So far I seems like a great bike rack.


Comments
We used it last summer and now this spring. It is a good bike rack. I have two bikes on it. It still holds the bikes secure. I can fold it over out of the way. The rubber tie straps are still strong and intact. The metal parts have all held up well. The only thing which is minor, the cords that hold the pins to lock the brackets in position have deteriorated and broken. But this is not a big deal. Easily replaced or not even needed. I would buy this bike rack again if I was starting out.
Mike M - 05/15/2014


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The carrier is well made and is easy to attach but it does not hold all size bikes. It works well for my mountain bike but will not work with my wife's bike so I have to carry hers inside the RV. I may try adding the cross bar on her bike. (Being a lady's bike it is a step through) I also wish it had come with Velcro straps to help hold the bikes in place.


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It has held up ok but the straps holding the locking pins are deteriorating and wont last much longer. Works well for my mountain bike but thats about it.
Glenn M - 08/09/2018


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Appears to be good quality, fits well on my trailer. Product is pretty much exactly what I expected. Installation was fairly simple. Bolts were a bit short as others mentioned in their reviews. Start by getting a few threads on one side, clamping the other side together with vise grips makes getting the nut on the other side of the clamp much easier. Have a 10mm wrench handy.




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Rack installed really easy only issue was with the screws being a little hard to get in once you started the first one but with the help of a pair of small vice grips i was able the pinch the two pieces of the bracket together to get the second screw started. The picture of the parts shows plastic mounting brackets but mine came with aluminum guess they upgraded for the better from what the older models came with. Haven't had a chance to use it while traveling but all in all looks well made and would recommend to others.


Comments
Made a couple trips with it and has held up nicely.
lance j - 06/11/2016


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Ordering my bike rack was simple, it shipped within 24 hours and arrived by ground 2 days later, This is not my first purchase from eTrailer and their customer service is by far the best I have encountered. Encourage you to try them.


Comments
Wonderful, 2 trips to Cancun!
Ken T - 06/24/2016


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This rack seems sturdy. It was easy to install, though we proceeded more based on common sense than based on the instructions provided.

The rack arrived very soon after I ordered it, was well packaged, and appropriately priced. Communication from eTrailer.com was clear and friendly. We look forward to hauling bikes on the back of our 24-foot RV.


Comments
The bike rack has worked well for us. To make sure nothing gets damaged bike or RV, weve had to apply lots of bungee cords, foam, and other materials, but the rack itself is sturdy and has served us well. Thank you for writing,
Nikki - 01/30/2018


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The bike rack is what I expected. It mounted fairly easy. The mounting bolts need to be about an 1/8" longer to make it easier. I'm using it for Beach cruiser type bikes. Getting 2 on there is a chore but it works. Need padding between the bikes.


Comments
the lanyard for the pins cant stand the sun they rot. The pins dont like rain they rust. Need extra straps if using it for large heavy bikes.
Don Y - 02/03/2015


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Needed this rack as I could not use a hitch rack as we tow a boat. Putting bikes in the boat works but takes more time. This rack solved it. Easy install, and Very pleased how the bikes quickly mount and travel on the road. Also purchased the Foam blocks that space bikes apart so they don't rub and makes it easier to mount them quickly. Some have commented about weight capacity. We used it for two adult bikes and simply run a ratchet strap from outer bike or ends of support bars to an upper ladder rung as a precaution, which I would have done anyway.



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