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Swagman Current Bike Rack for 2 Electric Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Frame Mount

Swagman Current Bike Rack for 2 Electric Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Frame Mount

Item # S64678
Our Price: $475.00
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This versatile rack has a heavy-duty frame that supports 2 e-bikes and extra-wide cradles that accommodate fat bikes. It's also great for carrying nearly any other type of bike. 1-800-940-8924 to order Swagman hitch bike racks part number S64678 or order online at etrailer.com. Free expert support on all Swagman products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Swagman Current Bike Rack for 2 Electric Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Frame Mount. Hitch Bike Racks reviews from real customers.
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Swagman Hitch Bike Racks - S64678

  • Platform Rack
  • 2 Bikes
  • Fits 1-1/4 Inch Hitch
  • Fits 2 Inch Hitch
  • Folding Rack
  • Tilt-Away Rack
  • Electric Bikes
  • Fat Bikes
  • Heavy Bikes
  • Frame Mount
  • Swagman
  • Class 2
  • Class 3
  • Bike and Hitch Lock

This versatile rack has a heavy-duty frame that supports 2 e-bikes and extra-wide cradles that accommodate fat bikes. It's also great for carrying nearly any other type of bike.


Features:

  • Platform bike rack carries 2 e-bikes using your vehicle's hitch receiver
    • Also accommodates fat bikes
  • Padded hooks hold bikes securely by the frame
    • Ratcheting hooks slide up and down to fit almost any bike
  • Sliding wheel cradles with ratcheting straps let you carry bikes with different wheelbases
  • Spring-loaded release levers allow 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
    • Removable adapter sleeve converts the rack for use with 1-1/4" hitches
  • Keyed-alike locks deter theft of your bikes and the rack
  • Durable steel construction with black powder coat is rust resistant


Specs:

  • Application: 1-1/4" x 1-1/4" (Class II only) and 2" x 2" trailer hitch receivers
  • Carrying capacity: 2 bikes
  • Weight capacity: 60 lbs per bike
  • Maximum tire width: 5.0"
  • Wheel diameter: 20" - 29"
  • Maximum wheelbase: 50"
  • Distance from center of hitch pin hole to:
    • Closest part of rack when unfolded: 12-3/4"
    • Farthest part of rack when unfolded: 29-1/2"
    • Closest part of rack when folded: 5-3/4"
    • Farthest part of rack when folded: 18"
  • Carrier weight: 49 lbs
  • Shank rise: 8-1/2"
  • Limited lifetime warranty


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

Padded, Ratcheting Hooks

Padded Locking Hooks

The Current'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.


Extra-Wide, Sliding Wheel Cradles

Adjustable Wheel Trays

The extra-wide cradles hold fat bike tires up to 5" wide. They also slide to accommodate bikes with different wheelbases. Hand knobs let you release the cradles to slide along the bike tray and adjust for your specific bike lengths. Each cradle has a ratcheting strap so you can secure your bikes' wheels during transport.


Tilting and Folding Design

Threaded Locking Hitch PinThreaded Locking Hitch Pin

A spring-loaded release lever in the base of the rack lets you tilt the rack down with bikes loaded for cargo area access. You can also use that same lever to fold the rack up against your vehicle for storage. A second spring-loaded release lever lets you fold the mast down so you can fold the rack up.


Complete Security

Threaded Locking Hitch PinThreaded Locking Hitch Pin

The ratcheting hooks have lock cores in the release buttons so you can secure your bikes to the rack. Simply slide the hooks over your bikes' top tubes until they click and lock them in place. There is also a keyed-alike locking hitch pin that secures the rack to your vehicle.


Removable Adapter Sleeve

Adapter Sleeve

The rack has a removable aluminum sleeve that lets you convert the rack for use in 1-1/4" hitches.



64678 Swagman Current Tray-Style 2 Bike Carrier for Electric Bikes and Fat Bikes - 1-1/4 Inch and 2 Inch Trailer Hitches

Installation Details S64678 Installation instructions


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Customer Reviews

Swagman Current Bike Rack for 2 Electric Bikes - 1-1/4" and 2" Hitches - Frame Mount - S64678

Average Customer Rating:  4.7 out of 5 stars   (217 Customer Reviews)

This versatile rack has a heavy-duty frame that supports 2 e-bikes and extra-wide cradles that accommodate fat bikes. It's also great for carrying nearly any other type of bike.

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This rack is solid and gets the job done. We purchased a pair of e-bikes and needed to upgrade our rack. Very happy with our choice of this rack, etrailer promptly shipped the order and it arrived on the date they estimated which was great because we need to pick up the bikes the next morning. Rack was very well packaged and easy to assemble took 30 to 45 minutes and it was ready to go. First trip picking up the bikes was 80 miles and the rack preformed great. The bikes are held solid on this rack and easy to load and unload. We couldn’t be happier with the purchase. Thanks etrailer



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Coming from a Kuat bike rack made out of aluminum this thing is built like a tank. I needed the extra weight capacity of the Swagman for carrying two electric bikes from the Electric Bike company in Newport Beach, CA. The Electric Bike Company also recommended the Swagman for transporting their beach cruisers, since the Swagman secures the bikes by the upper frame rail of the bike and not from the tires like so many other racks. The EBC bikes have fenders and steel baskets, which make a rack that secures bikes by their tires unusable. The Swagman came packaged with zero damage, and went together in a matter of minutes. I put it on my truck to pre-test it out with our two bikes, and to get the bike tire holders properly spaced and tightened down. Our bikes each weigh 53lbs. and this particular Swagman has a max rating for 60lbs. per bike. The Swagman comes with a cable to lock your bikes, a locking receiver pin, and the arm that secures the bikes is lockable. So far, I'm really liking this rack, based upon the quality, security, and price.

Comments
Excellent
Robert B - 03/26/2022


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Fantastic product, with super shipping and order support. Given that it's rated for bikes twice the weight of these 2, I was looking for something really solid, and this delivers! Had to reverse the ordering of the hold-down arms to get a good hold on the bike with a low topbar, and I had to use a bar adapter for the lowstep bike, but it all worked. Some people had expressed concern about the bikes or rack blocking the taillights, but on my Honda Pilot there was no problem. Only issue -- which isn't its fault -- is that my backup camera/collision warning system thinks it's going to hit the bike and alerts when in reverse; don't think there is a workaround there. The rack and bikes do not extend past the width of the Pilot, which is nice. When empty and folded up, it's very compact, and the rear hatch opens with plenty of clearance. Unlike the pictures online, the tiedown straps are black, not vivid yellow, which suits me fine. Very solid and well made!

Comments
It’s still fantastic, built like a tank.
Robert - 08/29/2022


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ordered bike rack on telephone and received 3 days later (in CA!). it was easy to install on our class c. i have to admit i was a bit nervous when i saw the pics only on instructions but my hubby was fine with it. assembled in no time. put our e bikes on it and now we are ready to roll. unit seems very secure. we did put 2 bungee cords to hold the e bikes rigid to each other as our wheels seemed wobbly. very satisfied with it this far.

Comments
Excellent! Works perfectly. We have driven over 20,000 miles with 2 e bikes on it and never had an issue.
diana & - 06/19/2023


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I couldn’t be happier with this bike rack. I believe it’s the best rack around for the money. Very sturdy and easy to use. Great value and customer service. Thank You.



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Getting the initial adjustment for out bikes took a bit but now it works great. Would be even better if the padded arms had adjustable length versus set, but it meets all my requirements.



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Perfect bike rack, being in my 60’s so easy to move from one hitch to another. Worth the money



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Easy to build and follow directions. Heavier then expected but really like all the features. There is a little play where the bike and hitch connect. I need to see how to secure that better. Otherwise I feel that this was a solid purchase and if need be have a company that will stand by its product with great customer service.



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Great product, good quality, and both my bikes fit perfect. Con: my bikes each are 78 lbs, and the rating is only for 60 lb per bike, so I removed the batteries to help reduce the weight.



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An excellent and robust trailer hitch good for 2” or smaller size mounts. My Rize City ebike has sloping cross bar so need a supplemental clamp on horizontal bar for the hitch to hang onto—not a problem.



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I have two Lectric Ebikes. This my second attempt to find a bike ramp to carry both bikes. Finally success. Holds and safely secures both. Solid construction. Fits on my 2" truck hitch and the 1-1/4" trailer hitch. Very pleased. See my photos.



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I was disappointed to see how the 2 inch attachment was added to inch and a quarter stock as I wanted two inch. When I asked to return it you said fine but the shipping would be obverse $xxx dollars. It should be made clear that the 2 inch part of the rack is plates built up on the 1 and 1/4 stock. Otherwise rack is well built.

Comments
I can see how this was a bit confusing to read, with it stating that the removable adapter sleeve converts the rack for use with 1.25 inch hitches. This rack does have a 1.25 inch receiver tube with an adapter sleeve in order for it to fit a 2 inch hitch. I have sent this information over to our team in order for it to get updated on our site.
-- Etrailer Expert Katrina D - 09/14/2023


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Solid and sturdy bike rack. Directions are easy to follow for assembly. Take your time putting bikes on the rack to ensure wheel trays are in the best position so the top tube clamp comes down on the bike right at the base of the seat post. Cinch the tire straps down firm then wiggle the wheel to see if you can tighten one more click. Easy to remove from car and put back on, but the folded position keeps it well out of the way. Installed on a Corolla, no issues with ground clearance when parking backed up to curbs or typical driving. With one bike on the outer rack I have no issues opening and accessing the trunk. The fold-away feature would still allow me access even with two bikes on the rack, but I can see where the release handle may be hard to reach with two bikes loaded.



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Solid bike rack, perfect for our 2 e-bi kes.



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I am delighted with the product. It was received promptly, was very well packaged but easy to assemble, and it works easily in all ways shown. My two heavy ebikes feel well supported and secure. The tilt & fold & lock features work easily but seem secure. Note that there are three types of locks: on each vertical support, on a cable around bikes that secures to the hitch and on the hitch pin. I look forward to using this rack for a long time.



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Here is the review and the picture is attached. 5 Stars.

“As I have two expensive eBikes, I want to leave little to chance. Although a lot heavier than aluminum racks, I fully trust the Swagman.

I have had 2 issues: 1) one of the nuts that hold the yellow tire straps was lose. I tightened this, and no issues since. But it has made me keep an extra nut, spring and strap with my kit. 2) I transported my bike with a flat tire one time, and it did bounce free, as I did not push down as hard on the ratchet hook, as I should have. Like any equipment, get to know it for optimum use.

I own a Haibike SDURO and my wife has a Pedego Interceptor. They each weigh about 50lbs. Mounted a 2” trailer hitch from [moving company] on the back of my Subaru Outback (least costly… about 2 hour install including trip to [hardware store] for the required metal drill bit).

All good… I would recommend this rack. And etrailer Website videos gave me enough details to feel comfortable I was getting the right model. Thanks!“



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Have used etrailer a number of times and they have always been helpful and got me what I needed. This time I had a faulty part that I returned and they replaced with no trouble at all. I'm in the automotive business and when my customers ask I send them to etrailer to get what ever and we install for them. Great business and great customer service!!!



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When I purchased my new e-bike I had to upgrade to a new bike rack because my old bike rack could not handle the weight of the new e-bike. Since I had a Swagman XTC2 and was very happy with it, I went with Swagman again and I'm happy I did. The one key fits both the hitch pin lock and the bike hold down hooks. I can fold the rack back with a bike on it and lower the tailgate without having to remove the bike.



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The thing is a tank and fully supports two very heavy electric bikes



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After a year of ownership, I have zero complaints about this rack. It carries both of my heavy as ebikes with no problems. My only issue is I wish there were some sort of d-ring or u-strap to attach locks. Bike theft is Aran all-time high and extra security measures are of utmost importance.

Comments
I’ve had this hitch for a year. No issue, no problems. The paint has faded but, other than that, still solid.
Misty - 11/08/2022


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Great product - easy to assemble and great for our 2 bicycles, including my wife's Blix e-bike.
The only criticism is, that on the box it says it fits 1 1/4" and 2" hitches - in the brochre it says NOT to use it on 1 1/4" hitches.

Comments
Thank you for pointing this out. This can not be used on a Class 1 inch and a quarter hitch, but it can be used on a Class 2 inch and a quarter hitch. The difference between a class 1 and a class 2 inch and a quarter hitch is that the class 2 has about 350 pounds of maximum tongue weight as opposed to the class 1s 200 pounds. Some class 1 hitches have a stop tab inside that blocks class 2 accessories.
-- Etrailer Expert Sierra K - 09/21/2021


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This bike rack is everything I was looking for. It has carried our bikes without issue. I would recommend it without hesitation.
It's heavy, but after owning a light, trunk lid mount rack that dumped our bikes out on the highway, heavy and sturdy is what I was looking for. The tire cradles are metal, not plastic and have a depression to fit standard 700C tires all the way up to fat bike tires. We carry 1 bike with 700C wheels and 1 with standard 26" wheels.
One of these days we will probably get E-bikes, and this rack will carry those too! It's the last rack we will ever need!
(Thread a thick, soft rag under the cables on the top tube before clamping it down to keep the cables from scratching it...if your bike is so equipped.)



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I've had this rack for a year. Overall, it is a great rack.

The only real downside is the weight - but that's also an upside. I mean it's heavy and not easy to carry around. But, this thing is strong enough to carry my heavy ebike like it was nothing. That's why the rack is heavy, and it works great.

Another nitpick is that after a year of use, the bolt which is used as a hitch pin is losing its shiny coating and starting to rust.

Overall, it's a great rack with great features. That hitch pin bolt holds it nice and tight so it doesn't bang around too much. Folding and unfolding or tilting the rack is easy to do, and works great.

Bikes are easy to load and held securely (once you figure out the best way to position your bikes). It can be a bit tricky if you have one tall bike and one short bike. The hooks which clamp down on the bikes can only be used in one direction and one is shorter than the other, so you need to figure out the best way to load the bikes. But I haven't run into a situation that I couldn't figure out.

In some cases you might need an adapter if your bike does not have a horizontal cross bar on the frame. I have used it with slanted frames, however, and it worked pretty well, you just need to pull it down pretty tight.



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I had issues with this rack when trying to secure my trek ebike and my GF's regular bike. It took us ages to figure out a way in which to get them both secure by the hooking method the rack offers. Yes, the heavier ebike is closer to the car, but the way in which the hooks work, seemed not to want to attach to the bike's crossbar. We finally got it right, but do make sure you first practice positioning the bikes correctly before leaving on your trip.

Also, for those people out there who are uninformed about the different Clases of racks and hitches (like I was), be sure to match the correct Class (as in Class 1 or 2) of the two products. Since I was ignorant of this, I had a local company install a class 1 hitch, which has a certain weight limitation, and then bought this class 2 rack, also with a different weight limitation. They fit fine, but Swagman will not honor the warranty due to the class 1 hitch. I can use the combo, but there is a risk in doing so. This is not to blame anybody except myself. But I think etrailer could (and probably should) add this kind of info about the two Classes into their product descriptions. Or if they already do, it could be better explained for us novices. Cheers,



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Very easy to assemble. Loaded the e-bikes on for a trial Seem to fit ok Will travel soon and see how they are


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