Yakima HoldUp Hitch Mount Bike Rack (Black) (2 Bikes) (2" Receiver)

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This is the Yakima HoldUp Receiver Hitch 2-Bike Rack. The HoldUp is Yakima’s fastest, easiest way to load bikes. Its beefed-up arm pivot makes it stronger than ever and the side-to-side adjustability reduces the chance for bike-to-bike interference. It’s a road trip companion for life.


  • Quick and easy assembly within minutes
  • StrongArm™ design enables you to load your bike quickly whether it’s a 20” wheel or a 29’er
  • Zero contact with the bike frame. Accommodates carbon road bikes as well as disc brakes, thru axles and full suspension bikes.
  • Tilts down with bikes loaded for rear of vehicle access
  • Compact design - bike trays fold up when not in use
  • Comes with fully integrated security. Locks bike to rack and rack to vehicle (SKS LOCK CORES included).
  • Premium glossy black finish
  • Metal bottle opener is best friend approved
  • Carries 2 bikes out of the box, or 4 bikes with optional HoldUp +2
  • Side-to-side adjustability that reduces bike to bike interference
  • 60lbs weight maximum per bike (120lbs total)
Weight: 49 lbs.
Dimensions (L x W x H): 34.5 x 64 x 12"
Capacity: 2

This product was added to our catalog on March 7, 2018

Vincent Guida
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Jul 22 2020 (about 3 years ago)
Yakima HoldUp Hitch Mount Bike Rack (Black) (2 Bikes) (2" Receiver)
After trying my bikes on a friends HoldUp, I liked the fit w/ my bikes & bought one.
Upon closer scrutiny, I have these 3 comments for the unsupervised "fresh outta college" kids that designed it:

1. Put the red release button on the outside of the arm where it will never touch the frame (thereby releasing) any bike in transit it's trying to hold.
2. Don't bother including a 6" long wrench of stamped 3/16" steel to tighten the hitch bolt to 100 ft.lbs. If you were paying attention in class this means 200 lbs of force to fully tighten the hitch bolt and if one is that strong the wrenches ergonomic wrench design will crease your hand from 2000 psi contact pressure.
3. Adding a bottle opener does not make up for 1 & 2.