Saffier towbar mounted 4 bike cycle carrier

Saffier towbar mounted 3 bike cycle carrier

Carrier Type:
Towbar Mounted
How Many Cycles:
USD $ 216.04
Price includes VAT
Shipping Cost

Saffier towbar mounted 3 bike cycle carrier


The Saffier towbar mounted 3 bike cycle carrier is a sturdy, reliable bike rack ideal for those who need to transport multiple bikes at a time. Perfect for families who are looking to find bike trails while on holiday or cyclists who intend to travel to discover new cycle routes. 


Saffier towbar mounted 4 bike cycle carrier



  • Fits all types of towballs.
  • Load capacity of 3 bikes.
  • Tiltable function to allow easy boot access.
  • Coated steel material with attractive silver colour finish.

Technical Specifications


  • Weight load - 17 kg
  • Maximum load - 60 kg
  • EAN code - 87 17809 91535 1

* Please note that with the type of cycle carrier where you mount it
onto a flange ball, you may need the long reach ball which will
allow you enough clearance from the bumper.



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I have had my 3 bike rack for about 3 years and it has been an excellent product without any faults.
I have had mine now for about 3 years. The rack is very well made, when you put the bikes on they will stand up on there own which is not true of a lot of other makes including the expensive top of the range, this makes a big difference if your bikes are not lightweight racers.
The only downfall are the 2 plastic thumb nuts which you have to undo to lower the main U frame to get the first bike on nearest the car, they take forever to undo and tighten, they should be quick release bolts.
Excellent quality product, made in Sheffield! Look forward to getting it used.
Excellent service and product
Cheap carrier with no frills. However very solid. It can take my down hill bike to if I squeeze the 2.5s into the wheel bits. So just what I wanted.
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Hi, Does the Saffier 3 Towbar bike rack come with a lighting board built in? Will it just connect straight to the car to power the lights etc? Thanks

Asked by Sean | 18/03/2015, 00:00 | 1 answer(s)