Yakima Products Hold Up Tray Style Bike Rack

November 10, 2013 - Comment

The Hold Up is Yakima’s fastest, easiest way to load bikes. Its beefed-up arm pivot makes it stronger than ever and the side-to-side adjustability reduces the chance for bike-to-bike interference. It’s a road trip companion for life. Product Features The Hold Up is Yakima’s fastest, easiest way to load bikes; Its beefed-up arm pivot makes

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The Hold Up is Yakima’s fastest, easiest way to load bikes. Its beefed-up arm pivot makes it stronger than ever and the side-to-side adjustability reduces the chance for bike-to-bike interference. It’s a road trip companion for life.

Product Features

  • The Hold Up is Yakima’s fastest, easiest way to load bikes; Its beefed-up arm pivot makes it stronger than ever and the side-to-side adjustability reduces the chance for bike-to-bike interference; It’s a road trip companion for life
  • StrongArm design enables you to load your bike quickly whether it’s a 20″ wheel or a 29’er
  • Zero contact with the bike frame; Accommodates carbon road bikes as well as disc brakes, thru axles and full suspension bikes
  • Metal bottle opener is best friend approved
  • Carries 2 bikes out of the box, or 4 bikes with optional Hold Up +2

Comments

fuel98rider says:

Best Yakima Rack Yet Yakima keeps making continued improvements which makes this particular rack better and better. I had the original model with the clevis pin spine, that was a pain to use and lacked any tilt. Yakima then brought out a new spine which added a quick release pin, and downward tilt. My gripe with both of the older models was the lack of adjustability to avoid handlebars from hitting the opposite side seat. This new model takes the improvements of the tilt, and couples it with adjustability to slide…

SD_challenged says:

Plastic Cable-Lock clip Holders Defective We purchased this rack from REI a few weeks back. Relatively easy to assemble & install, snugs tight against the rear when folded up, and pretty easy to load & unload. I give the rack high marks for clever design. However it has a troublesome defect. The cable locks that secure the front tires stow inside the tire-holding tubes when not in use and are supposed to be held in place with the rounded plastic clip at the end of the tube. This clip fails to hold the cables, and they dangle out…

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