MX Carrier Instructions

Once you load your bike run a strap through the turnbuckles to prevent them vibrating loose. Strap is supplied with carrier.

Always run a Safety Line or Tie Down from the inside of your bike back to your vehicle.

This will prevent your bike falling off if the hardware fails (after 8 years and 6500+ racks this has happened once).

We have a new version of the Hitch Lock, no longer using the U Bolt as shown in the video.

Click on the Hitch Lock Instructions link below to see the new version.

USA LED Kit wiring code :

RED – RH Ind / Stop

YELLOW – LH Ind / Stop

BLACK – Tail / Running

WHITE – Earth

Adventure Carrier Instructions

Once you load your bike run a strap through the turnbuckles to prevent them vibrating loose. Strap is supplied with carrier.

Always run a Safety Line or Tie Down from the inside of your bike back to your vehicle.

This will prevent your bike falling off if the hardware fails (after 8 years and 6500+ racks this has happened once).

With Adventure bikes you should be running at least 2 points each side so that will be your backup / safety line.

USA LED Kit wiring code :

RED – RH Ind / Stop

YELLOW – LH Ind / Stop

BLACK – Tail / Running

WHITE – Earth

Sports Instructions

Always run a Safety Line or Tie Down from the inside of your bike back to your vehicle.

This will prevent your bike falling off if the hardware fails (after 8 years and 6500 racks this has happened once).

All the bolts are in this carrier where they need to be.

You only need to remove the 3 M12 x 170 in the centre to fit the Bike Channel to the Main Bar into your tow bar.

NOTE:

We keep the tolerance as tight as we can between these 2 parts, if the Bike Channel will not drop into the Main Bar just nip up 1 of the M10 x 170 bolts in the bracing to the very right.

This will squeeze the Bike Channel assembly together and help drop in.

If that doesn’t work then nip up one of the M10 x 170 bolts that the front Tie Down Bracket bolts to.

Once the Bike Channel drops into the Main Bar you will probably need to loosen the M10 x 170’s you just tightened to allow the M12 bolts to slide through the assembly.