Ladder Mount Bike Rack

Catalog Item # 85024

Carry two bikes on your roof access ladder, freeing your hitch for towing or other accessories.

Technical Specifications

6.8 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 3 stars based on 11 reviews (3 Based on 11 Reviews)

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  • Easy to secure to ladder (4)
  • Easy to use (3)
  • Adjustable (1)
  • Durable (1)
  • Easy To Assemble (1)
  • Instructions are useless (5)
  • Mounting straps are very poorly designed (5)
  • There are no pictures on how to thread the straps into the buckles. (3)
  • Strap Quality Is Not Fantastic (1)
  • Does not fit many bikes (1)

Can't figure this one out

by Denny Olvany – July 17, 2016
1 out of 5 stars

I have had this rack for several years and still can not figure how to secure the bikes to the rack. I gave up on it and let it si

Strap Problem Fixed

by Walter M – August 22, 2017
5 out of 5 stars

After reading the reviews about straps was reluctant to purchase. Bought it anyway since I am pretty good at improvising. No probl

Very mixed feelings

by Steve – April 29, 2016
3 out of 5 stars

I haven't used yet because I became so frustrated with first installation that I stopped and just threw my bike in back of SUV. Th

Bike rack

by Jim Burke – June 05, 2016
3 out of 5 stars

How about a video? These instructions are absolutely useless. Product was easy to assemble and install, but trying to figure out t

Not good for us.

by Anonymous – May 07, 2017
3 out of 5 stars

Our ladder is on the left side of our RV and the adult bikes front wheel sticks out 3 feet past the back wall of the camper. Feels

by Charles – April 27, 2016
Purchased one, missing one of the hooks, how do I get it replaced?
Please contact Customer Service @ 800.626.3636 or email to [email protected] for further assistance.
by Camping World – April 28, 2016
by DebbiLynn – April 06, 2016
is it made of aluminum?
This bike rack is made of aluminum alloy.
by Camping World – April 12, 2016
by Chuck – April 04, 2016
The bike rack as is does not have any built on locking features. The owner would have to create a homebrew solution to lock the rack in place.
by Camping World – April 06, 2016

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