Metal Support Plates - Warranty
I’ve had my Khyber Rack for about 6 months and very impressed at how well it has handled the harsh elements. The materials used are top of the line and the rack itself is stunning looking. It’s very easy to load, and once loaded the bikes aren’t going anywhere besides the trails!
This rack finally convinced me to abandon tailgate shuttling. Sturdy and strong, no bike contact, and the tie down system is brilliant. No fumbling with knots and no bungee cords to stretch and fatigue in the sun. Plus the anodized and stainless parts are a thing of beauty. Also almost every moving part on this beast sits on replaceable bushings or sliders, meaning it will be easy to keep it going for years.
Yes it is expensive, and yes it is heavy. However with $40k+ hanging off my hitch with a loaded rack, I want to be sure that I can rely on this equipment. Knowing what the designers have put this rack through, I am confident I can rely on this rack.
We have the 6 bike rack on our Taco. No more wrestling getting bikes on or off, zero bike contact, the SpeedLock system is simple genius, and no more fork or bike damage. I can also fit our gravel bikes and I love that the rack is built to last.
If you look at the bikes we all ride, the investment makes sense. It's a rad rack and looks great too.
I have had bikes fall off previous bike racks of mine. This is devastating to any cyclist. This is why I decided to invest into a strong, well built rack. After about a month of use, and driving over the Hurley FSR full gas, I can say that your bike is not going anywhere, and also not going to touch any other bike that is on the rack. I am beyond stoked with my Khyber Rack!
I had a Recon Rack previously and lost a couple bikes due to the significant motion/retention system. Yours is bombproof, and I now don't worry about my bikes. Yours is beautifully constructed and looks great on my rig. I am recommending it to all my buddies.