4x4s are often too tall for roof-mounted racks, while those with spare wheels on the back can't take conventional strap-on racks.
This is Halfords' solution: a simple, sturdy rack that fits straight onto the spare wheel.
It's held in place with easily fitting straps, and there are dedicated holders for each bike's cross-member, held in place with Velcro fastenings. Straps then give the bikes added security.
If your bikes obscure either your vehicle's number plate or any of the rear lights, you'll need a lightboard - or something similar - to stay legal.
With this Pendle unit, you screw the number plate in place through the holes in the lightboard's metal frame, then simply hook the frame over the arms of your rear-mounted carrier, after the last bike.
Seven-pin towing electrics are attached, and they simply fit straight into the socket that should be fitted next to your towbar.
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