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Old 07-13-2016, 06:33 AM   #1
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Hauling bikes with camper or rv....

Hi Everyone, I am new to this forum and hope that I am posting this in the right section. I have noticed that with my camper I don't have much for options with a system in which I can bring upto 4 bikes behind the my SUV and have the camper or RV hitched onto a ball mount. Is there such a system, a complete unit. Basically one complete system that hauls your bikes behind the vehicle, can fold down / pivot to gain access to the back of the vehicle with the bikes still on but also hauls the camper or trailer at the same time.
I have a foldout camper, I would like to place the bikes, upto 4 at a time, behind my Honda Pilot SUV. Basically in-between my SUV and the Camper. I was hoping there was something already in the market that is a one system unit i.e. can carry my bikes and at the same time can connect my camper to the hitch mount.


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4 bikes are pretty thick.. Consider a receiver hitch with extension. Might be a whole lot easier and less expensive to mount carrier to top of camper.
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I've seen lots of pop up campers with a rack mounted to the top of the pop up with 4 bikes on it. I believe camping world even sells the rack. Like Fro said, 4 bikes would be thick and also pretty heavy to add to the tongue weight.

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There's this one, but it is only a 3 bike unit. https://www.etrailer.com/Hitch-Bike-...rt/C18013.html
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Hi Everyone, I am new to this forum and hope that I am posting this in the right section. I have noticed that with my camper I don't have much for options with a system in which I can bring upto 4 bikes behind the my SUV and have the camper or RV hitched onto a ball mount. Is there such a system, a complete unit. Basically one complete system that hauls your bikes behind the vehicle, can fold down / pivot to gain access to the back of the vehicle with the bikes still on but also hauls the camper or trailer at the same time.
I have a foldout camper, I would like to place the bikes, upto 4 at a time, behind my Honda Pilot SUV. Basically in-between my SUV and the Camper. I was hoping there was something already in the market that is a one system unit i.e. can carry my bikes and at the same time can connect my camper to the hitch mount.


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Might be a dumb question, but why don't you want it on the back of your TT?
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