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HighNoon FC Solo, fits both 1.25" & 2"

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The HighNoon FC Solo is the first and only rack in the RockyMounts' family that supports use of bikes with fenders. The rack includes an upswept base allowing for better departure angle, as well as a tiered platform for handlebar clearance. The dual strap system allows for secure transport for bikes with and without fenders.

  • Compatible with bikes with fenders and without fenders
  • Fits both 1.25" and 2" Hitches with premium 3-axis anti wobble locking bolt
  • For Class II and III Receivers, do not use on Class I
  • Carries 1 bike, up to 60 lbs. Expandable to 2 bikes, up to 60 lbs per tray, with Add-On
  • No contact with frame, secures bicycle by front wheel
  • Carries road tires up to 5.0” fat bike tires, and diameters from 20” to 29”
  • Compatible with bicycle wheelbases from 36” to 52”
  • Folds flat against the vehicle and tilts down 30 degrees to allow for hatch access
  • Includes anti-wobble hitch pin
  • Includes locking hitch bolt, cable lock, and standard lock pods, keyed alike
  • Rack weight 29 lbs (shipping weight 35 lbs)
  • Fit Memo- For cargo vans a fit check is required. Depending on hitch manufacturer, handlebar width, vehicle wheelbase, and accessories an 8" Hitch Extension may be required for handlebars to clear the doors

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Click Here For The HighNoon Solo Instructional Video

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  • 5
    Highnoon FC Solo

    Posted by Kendalle Stock on Feb 7th 2024

    appears to be well made. assembly not terrible. Just know that if the silver button on the top of the thing that goes into the hitch is too high, you can persuade it to get right with a few taps of a hammer. once on the vehicle, its rock solid. Look on YouTube for some videos of how to get a heavy e-bike onto a rack by yourself. I'm glad I bought this rack.

  • 4
    Feature-rich bike rack

    Posted by Vik Evans on Oct 19th 2023

    I've had this rack for a few weeks now and love the features and its low profile. Keeps bike stable in travel on my rough mountain roads and the cable / locking feature ensures my bike is still in the rack when I run into the convenience store. Also, easy assembly - think I had it on my truck in around 30 min.

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