Swagman Titan 2 Bike Rack
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- 30 Day Return Policy
The Swagman TITAN 2 is a user friendly, lightweight hitch mount hanging bike rack perfect for occasional use. Building upon the popular Trailhead series, it has added features that make it even easier and more convenient to use. The TITAN 2 carries two bikes of most styles and sizes, with a maximum weight of 35lbs per bike. Anti-sway cradles help prevent contact between bikes. Releasing the cam lever collapses the arms and tilts the rack back for easy access to your trunk. An integrated locking cable helps to secure your bikes to the rack.
- Carries up to two bikes with a maximum weight capacity of 35lbs per bike
- Anti-sway cradles helps prevent contact between bikes
- Fits bikes of most types (Bar Adapter might be required for step through or cruiser style bikes)
- Cam lever release enables rack to fold down to allow access to the vehicle
- Integrated locking cables
- Fits Class 2, 1-1/4” and Class 3, 2” hitch receivers
Your accessories will arrive within 5-15 business days. You will receive your tracking number within 2-3 business days of your purchase. To request your tracking number directly please visit us here.
Is a Warranty Included?
Warranties are available ranging from 3 months to 5 years depending on the product part. For more information visit our Warranty Policy.
Do you accept returns?
Yes, returns are accepted within 30 days of delivery. If you aren't fully satisfied send your Rider back for a full refund. Shipping charges may apply upon return.
How do I assemble the bike?
Click here for an assembly instructional video.
What is the price match guarantee?
If you find a lower price from another online store for the same item(s), we will gladly match that price upon purchase. Our 100% Price Guarantee has some limitations: Please check out Price Match Guarantee for more information.
Are there certain restrictions for electric bicycles?
Electric bikes are regulated by states throughout the America. Some states require e-bikes to be registered or regulated. The use of electric bikes are often dependent on the class of the bike. For more information on the General Electric Bike Laws & Regulations by State click here.