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Saris Solo

Easy to mount and a cinch to store in the back of your car, Saris’ Solo is a low-profile rack for peace-of-mind convenience. Solo’s uni-body frame has no adjustable parts, which makes it a no-brainer to set up. With its soft, rubber, pivoti ...(Read More)

Saris Solo
$64.99
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This item is available, but is not allowed to be shipped. You can purchase it online and pick it up at our retail location. Our retail store is located at 1337 N Wells St Chicago IL, 60610. For more information, please call us at 312-751-2488.
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Easy to mount and a cinch to store in the back of your car, Saris’ Solo is a low-profile rack for peace-of-mind convenience. Solo’s uni-body frame has no adjustable parts, which makes it a no-brainer to set up. With its soft, rubber, pivoting feet and four hold-down straps, the Solo safely and securely attaches to your car. Two strong buckles and an integrated anti-sway strap keep your bike in place. As an added bonus, the Solo is built with 100% recyclable, non-rusting materials.

Saris' Bike Beam (sold separately) lets you carry bicycles with non-traditional frames, like some full-suspension models, on your Bones rack.

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00012527009497 102

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4.5

(based on 36 reviews)

91%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Lightweight  (8)
  • Easy to install  (7)
  • Easy to use  (7)
  • Stable  (6)
  • Durable  (5)

Cons

  • Unstable  (3)
  • Scratches car  (2)
  • Poor quality 

Best Uses

  • Road bikes  (6)
  • Small cars  (4)
  • Mountain bikes 

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4

So far so good!

By 

from Hemet, CA

About Me Fitness Enthusiast

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Lightweight
  • Durable
  • Easy to Install
  • Stable

Cons

    Best Uses

    Comments:

    I've only used this once on about a 15 mile drive, so I cannot really judge yet, except that my bike, car and person arrived to the destination without a problem. Installation was easy and the contraption seems sturdy. I travel a lot and it seems that this is lightweight enough to pack in my suitcase and to use on a rental car when i go to a new destination with my bike. Pretty happy so far!

     
    5

    Love it

    By 

    from Callao mo

    About Me Casual/Recreational Rider

    Pros

    • Lightweight
    • Easy to Install
    • Easy to Use
    • Durable
    • Stable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      Comments:

      Easy to installland unload and load bi ke!

       
      2

      not so sure

      By 

      from Nashville TN

      About Me Casual/Recreational Rider

      Pros

      • Lightweight

      Cons

      • Weak Construction

      Best Uses

      • Road Bikes

      Comments:

      Have only used it 4 times so far but fear ir will not hold up. Plastic straps seem hard to operate and I fear they may break

       
      2

      Not fallen off yet but it worries me

      By 

      from Cambridge UK

      About Me Commuter

      Pros

      • Lightweight

      Cons

      • Unstable

      Best Uses

      • Road Bikes

      Comments:

      I bought this to mix my commute between bike and car but every time (~6 trips) I have attached my road bike to the car via the Solo, it has never seemed very secure. I've tighten the straps but every journey I'm watching the bike in the rear view mirror inch slowly down the window. The feet don't seem very "tacky" which I feel would improve the grip somewhat. It was fairly cheap in comparison to other racks but I think for peace of mind I'd be tempted to look at something more sturdy

       
      5

      Love this product !

      By 

      from Waukesha, WI

      About Me Casual/Recreational Rider

      Pros

      • Stable
      • Easy to Use
      • Easy to Install
      • Lightweight
      • Durable

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Road Bikes
        • Small Cars

        Comments:

        I have a Toyota Scion IQ. This product is terrific! It converts my economy car into a utility vehicle! I can take my bike anywhere.

         
        5

        Love this product !

        By 

        from Waukesha, WI

        About Me Casual/Recreational Rider

        Pros

        • Easy to Install
        • Durable
        • Easy to Use
        • Stable
        • Lightweight

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Small Cars
          • Road Bikes

          Comments:

          I have a Toyota Scion IQ. This product is terrific! It converts my economy car into a utility vehicle! I can take my bike anywhere.

           
          4

          Easiest installation ever!

          By 

          from Santiago, Chile

          About Me Avid Cyclist

          Pros

          • Easy to Use
          • Easy to Install

          Cons

          • Unstable
          • Scratches Car

          Best Uses

          • Small Cars
          • Mountain Bikes

          Comments:

          I bought this rack for a Mini Cooper and like it was a small car and I'll be only transporting my enduro bike (it weights 34lb) I get this single bike rack. The installation process is dead easy, I've use Thule and other Saris products and non could match the Solo easy installation. It holds the bike pretty well but you've to be aware the pedals don't have direct contact with your hatch, otherwise you'll have some serious scratches. So far so good, no problems with the bike rack. I only have to complains with it: 1. Like my bike it's heavy, it rattles a lot and if you don't tight it up, you'll go really scare and 2. The bottom supports (the ones that goes in the metal and not the glass) hasn't scratched the paint but you can totally tell they were there I recommend it anyway if you're a solo rider and if you've a light bike and small car

           
          2

          Great rack, but one small problem...

          By 

          from parts unknown

          About Me Avid Cyclist

          Comments:

          I bought this rack for my 2005 Scion xB. Wanting to center the rack on the hatch, I mounted it so that the two upper contacts were on the rear window and the two lower contacts were between the rear wiper and the license plate. To what I attribute to the effect of having no side straps to prevent lateral movement, the lower contacts have created marks on the paint that I going to try and buff out. I was hesitant to mount the racks will all four contact on the rear glass, but I don't want any further damage to the paint. I use the rack for my carbon fiber road bike so I don think the weight should be an issue. My main hesitation is that the rack does bounce a bit on uneven roads and potholes that I try my best to avoid, but not all are avoidable, and I don't want to risk breaking the rear window. For that reason, I give the Solo 2 stars.

           
          4

          A solid reliable solution to adifficult challenge

          By 

          from Undisclosed

          About Me Avid Cyclist

          Comments:

          All of my bike carrying chores to date have been solved by a Saris bike rack that mounts to a frame mounted receiver. However, my new car, electric, does not accept a receiver mount because of the battery. The Solo solves the problem. It is easy -- well straight forward -- to install and holds a single road bike rock solid.

           
          4

          Not bad!

          By 

          from Kansas, USA

          About Me Fitness Enthusiast

          Comments:

          I haven't had the chance to use it for a real road trip yet but the first thing I did when it came in was to install it on my car, load my bike on it and take a little spin. I chose some of our rougher roads to travel and the bike seemed very secure. It takes a little effort to fit to my Rendevous but once on it hangs tight and keeps the bike away from the car far enough to save my paint.

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