SuperJoe Pro 2
- Premium QuickTrigger II™ hub system makes installation fast and easy
- Premium oversized padded feet and coated metal buckles protect your vehicle
- Narrow arm design fits a wide variety of bike frames
- Integrated StableCradles II™ hold bikes firmly in place
- Folding arms for easy storage
- Good option for sedans
- Glass hatch hooks included
- Integrated bottle openers
- Available in 2 or 3 bike capacity
- Weight: 12.60 lbs
- Dimensions: L 0.00” x W 0.00” x H 0.00”
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A Super Nice Rack
Review by Charles R
I bought this to allow me the freedom to use other cars to haul my bikes. My other rack is a Swagman XTC2 platform rack. First, the quality of the SuperJoe Pro 2 is fantastic. Very sturdy. Installing it the first time on my Dodge Neon SXT wasn't too bad. But I do have a rather higher than normal spoiler to work over. However the rack fit perfectly. Nylon straps went on good and adjusted easy also. And yes the rubber straps that hold the bike on are a little stiff, but they pulled and attached just fine. Only little girls might have a hard time with them. You want these to fit solid and hold your valuable bikes in place. Overall a great rack. I highly recommend this model.
Mostly great with some issues
Review by TaoRunner
I've been using this rack for almost 2 years. It's strong, stable and when hauling 2 bikes does a good job keeping them separated. Also, the instructions that came with it were easy to understand and useful.
Issues include: in the beginning the rubber straps that hold down the bike were damn near impossible to get to stretch over the knobs. Seriously, it was stupid how hard it was to do this. There were times I thought I would yank the entire rack right off the car trying to strap down my bike. Thankfully after a year the rubber straps have loosened up enough to slip over the knobs with only a reasonable effort. Also, and depending on how you feel about your car this may be more than a minor issue, where the rack pads rest on my car the car's finish is clearly scuffed. I've tried cleaning this with no success. The paint is also being damaged where the strap hooks make contact with the car, not severely but noticeably.
Rubber straps = bad; overall it works
Review by Swiftchick
It works. Bikes are secure. Rack looks cool on my car (Yaris). Easy to mount. Works with all* types (road, hybrid, mountain) of bikes.
One freaking annoying flaw: The rubber straps that secure the bikes to the rack are incredibly difficult to stretch into place and strap down. If I had to do it over again, I would choose a rack that had straps more like ski bindings (you know, like rollerblades also have) because they would be easier to use.
*A specific problem I had - my mountain bike is a Specialized Myka which has a womens' frame (slanted top tube) and is tough to finagle onto the rack. A kids bike might also be to small to fit on here. Additionally, I cannot fit it next to another bike on the frame because the handlebars poked through the other bike's spokes.
In conclusion: you may or may not be able to actually fit two bikes onto this rack.
Awesome and sturdy.
Solid, steady, with some nice touches
Review by AB
I purchased this rack for use on a 2015 Honda Fit, for bringing my bike along for the driving portion of my daily commute. In comparison with my last trunk rack (from around 10 years ago), the Super Joe Pro 2 is quite a lot nicer, with a lot of small touches that are appreciated. The rack arms, pads, cradles, and straps are all beefy and solid and still the rack is overall still fairly light. The extra cradle and strap for the seat tube are nice because they help prevent the bike from swinging into the car when it's in transit. The hooks on the end of the mounting straps are labeled TOP, SIDE, BOTTOM, which makes on and off a lot easier, and they've got a thicker coating than my last rack so I'm less worried about them scratching my car. The metal cinch on the top strap is easy to tighten and release (though I wish the side straps used the same, instead of the plastic cinch). I've read some reviewers complain about the stiffness of the bike straps -- they are stiff, but it's no problem to get them on the posts by leaning with my body weight as I pull them. Also have heard others say the bike is too close to the car -- no problem here, and although I haven't had two bikes on the rack yet, it doesn't look like it will be a problem. Finally, I like the red color! It's a little different from the usual racks and fun.
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