Yakima SuperJoe Pro 3-Bike Trunk Rack

Yakima SuperJoe Pro 3-Bike Trunk Rack

Yakima SuperJoe Pro 3-Bike Trunk Rack
@ Transport up to 3 bikes on this easy to install trunk rack. The Yakima SuperJoe Pro features the QuickTrigger II hub system for easy installation and premium oversized padded feet and coated metal buckles to ensure your vehicle stays protected.The SuperJoe Pro 3-Bike Rack from Yakima is designed to carry your bikes securely and safely without doing too much damage to your wallet. Like its big brother, the KingJoe Pro, the SuperJoe boasts: optimized geometry for a better fit and more stability on the trunk of your vehicle; sturdy steel construction; integrated StableCradles that hold the bikes firmly in place and prevent bike-on-bike or bike-on-vehicle damage; narrow arm design to fit a wide variety of bike frames; super-stable one-piece premium padded feet and labeled padded metal buckles to further protect your car’s paint job; the QuickTrigger hub system for fast/easy to installation; and integrated bottle opener’s for drink access at the tailgate. The main difference is that, unlike

  • Transport up to 3 bikes on this easy to install trunk rack
  • Premium oversized padded feet and coated metal buckles protect your vehicle
  • Narrow arm design fits a wide variety of bike frames with integrated StableCradles II to hold bikes firmly in place
  • Arms quickly fold down when not in use
  • Love it ‘Till You Leave It Limited Lifetime Warranty.

List Price: $ 149.00

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Today on our 2016 Hyundai Sante Fe, we’re going to take a look at the Yakima King Joe Pro 2 bike rack, trunk mount. The part number is Y02624. I have a bike on our rack, I just want to show you a few things about the rack itself. How our bike is hooked up to our rack, we have a total of three straps. We have two up top and one to the side. The one to the side is our anti-sway strap. We’re going to go ahead and remove the two on top first, then we’re going to remove our anti-sway strap.

Note: Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Yakima SuperJoe Pro 3Bike Trunk Rack

2 thoughts on “Yakima SuperJoe Pro 3-Bike Trunk Rack

  1. 20 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    worked well, August 21, 2011
    By 
    Bonzai

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    This review is from: Yakima SuperJoe Pro 3-Bike Trunk Rack (Sports)
    I waited to write this review until I used the rack with three bikes. I had two adult & one child bike on it. It seemed very stable and was easy to load. The instructions were easy to follow, the most time consuming part was setting the dial for my model car. Once it is set it not something you need to keep doing unless you fold up the rack. I am now able to put the rack on in under 10 minutes. The only downside of the rack is the plastic loops used to hold the excess straps. I have already broken one of them but I don’t think its a big deal because I can just buy some velcro strips to replace it, right now I just tuck it under the main strap. Overall I would recommend this rack to someone else.

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  2. 16 of 19 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    It’s a bike rack….for certain bikes, but not all bikes are created equal, July 29, 2013
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    Leti Solis (Seattle, WA) –

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    This review is from: Yakima SuperJoe Pro 3-Bike Trunk Rack (Sports)
    We purchased this item for our Toyota Sienna mini-van. I will say, that set up is on the easy side as far as attaching the rack to the van. It is sturdy in design and certainly handled holding 3 bikes in place for the duration of our drive that included freeway and gravel roads.

    Pro: Sturdy, Easy set up, logical instructions

    As for the cons, there are some pretty serious ones as far as I am concerned. The rack itself is not designed to hold smaller bikes. We have two young kids with smaller bikes that we managed to fit with considerable struggle and by considerable I mean….sweat, tears and some severe profanity. The Plastic/Rubber stabilizers are bulky and un-forgiving so you really have to wedge the bikes on. They do have an adapter for ‘ladies bikes’, but unfortunately, our camping trip (the reason we purchased this item) was the next day so we had to just make do. We eventually got the bikes seated on the rack although it took longer to load the bikes than pack the van with 3 kids, suitcases, camp gear, two dogs and sleeping bags. The rubber ties that secure the bike to the rack are impossible! They don’t tell you in their description that you must have strength of he-man and hecrules in your fingers to get the rubber straps secured! I ended up having to use a flat head screwdriver to pry the rubber into place…and damn near took out some fingers in the process! Needless to say, no bikes are getting secured without that extra tool…we were forced to use bungie cords because of the straps provided, we could only get 3 to work properly around the bikes. On the plus side, it has two bottle openers it….

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