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Saris Solo

Saris Solo

Model # (102)
Product Rating
 
4.5 stars
 (55 Reviews)
$76.45
Availability: Available in store next day.
 

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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, 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.

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    00012527009497 102 HAW-750019-03
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    4.5 stars

    (based on 55 reviews)

    94%

    of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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    Pros

    • Easy to install  (6)
    • Easy to use  (6)
    • Lightweight  (6)
    • Stable  (4)
    • Durable  (3)

    Cons

    • Weak Construction  (2)
    • Unstable  (2)
    • Scratches Car 
    • Not made for interstates 
    • Too flimsy 

    Best Uses

    • Road bikes  (4)
    • Small cars  (2)
    • Large Cars 
    • Very short commutes 

    Reviewed by 55 customers

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    2.0

    Great rack, but one small problem...

    By jdizzle

    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.

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    Originally posted on saris.com's website
     
    2.0

    Great rack, but one small problem...

    By jdizzle

    from parts unknown

    About Me

    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.

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    Originally posted on Saris - BV's website

    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

     
    4.0

    A solid reliable solution to adifficult challenge

    By LesD

    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.

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    Originally posted on saris.com's website
     
    4.0

    A solid reliable solution to adifficult challenge

    By LesD

    from Undisclosed

    About Me

    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.

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    Originally posted on Saris - BV's website
     
    4.0

    Not bad!

    By Prairielander

    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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    4.0

    Not bad!

    By Prairielander

    from Kansas, United States

    About Me

    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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    Originally posted on Saris - BV's website
     
    5.0

    Perfect for Me

    By 4ahouston

    from Boston, MA, USA

    About Me Fitness Enthusiast

    Comments:

    I was extremely worried that my bike was going to hit my car (I have a 2014 Jetta sedan and didn't see to purchase the buffer pads until after the fact). The pedal hits the license plate (no problem for me), and the tire touch point is the brake light, so no bike to car paint contact -- phew! Super light and small -- easy for me to stow in the trunk when not in use. For the price, highly recommended. Definitely tie knots close to the strap buckles to prevent slack.

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    5.0

    Perfect for Me

    By 4ahouston

    from Boston, MA, United States

    About Me

    Comments:

    I was extremely worried that my bike was going to hit my car (I have a 2014 Jetta sedan and didn't see to purchase the buffer pads until after the fact). The pedal hits the license plate (no problem for me), and the tire touch point is the brake light, so no bike to car paint contact -- phew! Super light and small -- easy for me to stow in the trunk when not in use. For the price, highly recommended. Definitely tie knots close to the strap buckles to prevent slack.

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    Originally posted on Saris - BV's website
     
    4.0

    Very Happy With It

    By John

    from Oakton, VA

    About Me Avid Cyclist

    Pros

    • Stable

    Cons

      Best Uses

        Comments:

        Bought this to drag my daughter's bike back to college. An 1100 mile trip and the bike was remarkably stable as was the rack. I did remove the left pedal because it would have scratched the car (I could have put an old sock on it instead), but the mounts are stable and the extra frame strap made the bike even more stable. The rack did NOT damage the paint. It is small enough to remove and throw into the trunk of her Mazda 3 sedan with lots of room to spare.

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        1.0

        Poor Design

        By girafferich

        from UK

        About Me Casual/Recreational

        Comments:

        The plastic frame flexes when you go round corners and roundabouts which makes the feet slip, it's a total nightmare. Also the rubber feet don't look like they'll scratch you paintwork but somehow they do! I regret ever fitting this to my car (Mini Cooper)

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