Rocky Mounts Monorail 2 Platform Hitch Rack

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The Rocky Mounts Monorail Hitch 2 Bike Car Rack is the most versatile rack in the rocky mounts range. It can handle everything from road bikes to fat tyre e-bikes. Built to carry 2 bikes with a maximum weight of 27.1kg each, this rack has no contact with the frames as it secures the bikes by the wheel. It can handle wheels from 20" up to 29" and fits 2" hitches. The Monorail folds flat against the vehicle and tilts down 30 degrees to allow for hatch access which is a very handy feature. It also includes locking hitch pin, cable lock, and standard lock pods, keyed alike.


  • Fits 2" hitches
  • Carries 2 bikes, up to 27kg each 2” variant is expandable to 3 bikes up to 45 lbs each, with Add-On
  • No contact with frame, secures bicycle by front wheel
  • Carries road tires up to 5.0” fat bike tires, and diameters from 20” to 29"
  • Compatible with bicycles’ wheelbases from 34” and 49”
  • Folds flat against the vehicle, and tilts down 30 degrees to allow for hatch access
  • 2” variant comes with anti-wobble bolt
  • Includes locking hitch pin, cable lock, and standard lock pods, keyed alike
  • Not for use with fender equipped bicycles
  • Rack weight 17.6kg (shipping weight 23kg)
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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Very nice setup, but quite heavy

The Monorail 2 Platform Hitch Rack is very sturdy. I have not used it on long trip yet but my bike does seems to be secure. The one problem I have is that the securing hook locks down right on the brake cable bracket\guide that is attached to the upper fork strut upper housing. The cable bracket\guide can't be moved as its moulded into the fork strut upper housing. I will have to try to make spacer that can be securely attached to the housing or the securing hook itself so to add the 10mm spacing that is required. Furthermore be aware that the Hitch Rack is quite heavy, so a small person, or someone with health\strength issues may have difficulty attaching and removing the rack. Also consider adding lights or reflectors to the rack (both at he back and sides) a it is quite a long extension to the vehicle.

John CRAIG Sanderson
Car bike rack

Does the job nicely

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