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Car Hire UK now offering Cycle Carriers for all rental vehicles


The Premier 2 cycle carrier is a deluxe cycle carrier with adjustable rails to fit adult bikes and most junior bikes. Individual support arms means no messing with additional straps and bungees.

The cycle carrier fits directly to the towball so is suitable for all 50mm towballs, whether bolt on or swan neck and detachable system. It comes with pre-wired rear lights with a reversible 7-pin and 13-pin plug to suit both UK and European style towing electrics. Because the rack mounts to the towball, it cannot be used whilst towing.

An easy to use tilting mechanism means that the car boot can be accessed even when carrying bikes, just release the tilt lock and pull the rack forward to gain access, and reverse the process to lock the rack back into position.

  • Quick and easy to fit and dismount from the towbar
  • The carrier cleverly tilts to allow access to the car boot, even with the bikes attached
  • The frame holder will fold flat for easy storage
  • Adjustable wheel supports for different sized bikes
  • Complete with strong easy fit straps to hold all sizes of bike wheel
  • Supplied with both 13 pin continental electric socket and UK 7 pin socket
  • Socket tool supplied with the carrier for attaching to the tow ball
  • Weight of carrier: 14kg
  • Maximum load: 60kg
  • Maximum Fully Laden noseweight: 74kg

you can book a cylce carrier online with your rental vehicle, click here


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