Swagman Chinook Bike Rack

DESCRIPTION

The Chinook comes with a locking hitch pin and 10mm braided steel security cable. It uses the same high end cam system found on Swagman’s top tier products to fold out of the way when needed. Larger volume steel wheel trays are also available aftermarket for fat bike portage.

USER REVIEWS

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[Dec 11, 2020]
darwind


OVERALL
RATING
1
Strength:

Folds up nicely behind car

Weakness:

4 months after purchase, lock too stiff to use and then hook and ratchet system failed, the hook vibrated up and off my bike frame, dropping my bike on freeway! Damaged bike. Swagman was terrible, took zero responsibility, said as a ‘good will gesture’ they wouldn’t charge me for a replacement plastic ratchet strip. This on a 4 month old rack! I would never want a friend to buy one, if you own one, beware and use straps to secure your bike. There are better racks and more reputable companies out there.

Price Paid:
$360.00
Purchased:
New  
Model Year:
2020
[May 31, 2017]
Ken Lapham
All Mountain Rider

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
Strength:

Hasn't completely fallen apart yet.

Weakness:

The tire racks seem to just fall off while driving the road and getting Swagman to ship you a replacement part is near impossible.

I ordered a replacement tire rack and both Swagman and their distributor, etrailer, refuse to ship it to me for some reason. Its now been over two weeks since I placed my order with etrailer and they claim Swagman still hasn't sent them the part. They have horrible customer service and I'm very unhappy with my purchase. I will never buy another Swagman product ever again.

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