Thule presents the all new EasyFold XT


Thule EasyFold XT is the next generation of the award winning bike carrier Thule EasyFold, a fully foldable, compact, and easy-to-use towbar-mounted bike rack for all types of bikes.

 

Thule EasyFold XT is everything you’d wish for in a towbar-mounted bike rack. It safely carries your bikes to any destination, but when folded it’s no bigger than a normal suitcase and can be conveniently stowed away in your car or at home. With Thule EasyFold XT, fitting the rack to your car and loading your bikes couldn’t be simpler thanks to a range of user-friendly features. The mounting on the towbar requires minimum effort thanks to the innovative coupling, and securing the rack to the car is a breeze. The bikes are easy to load and unload, and with the optional loading ramp it’s even easier. Once your bikes are loaded, the trunk will still be accessible thanks to the smart tilting mechanism.

Available in a 2-bike and a 3-bike version, this durable and high-capacity bike rack can transport all sorts of bikes of varying shapes and sizes. Whether it’s a light road bike or a mountain bike, e-bike, or even a fat bike, you can count on Thule EasyFold XT. With a high load capacity, generous distance between the bikes, and room for long wheel bases, Thule EasyFold XT is ideal for transport of big and heavy bikes. The detachable frame holders can be adjusted individually to fit different types of bikes, and “click” as soon as the optimal torque is reached, ensuring that sensitive frames are not damaged.

Thule’s number one priority is to ensure your safety, and the safety of others on the road, as well as to protect your bikes from any damage. That’s why Thule EasyFold XT has been tested extensively in the Thule Test Center as well as in real life. With Thule EasyFold XT, your bikes will be carried safely and securely wherever you want to go – today and for many years to come.

 

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