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Which Bike Carrier?

Which Bike Carrier?

Bike Carriers for All Styles of Towbars

Once fitted to the towball, our ZX500 series of carriers will take up to four bikes securely and yet still allow access to the boot even when cycles are loaded with the tilt forward function.

  • Carry four bikes of any size safely and securely - maximum load 65Kg
  • Comes in a 2, 3, 4 or 2 Electric Bike version
  • Tilt forward function allows access to the boot even with bikes loaded
  • Fully tested and proved to EC Standards
  • Adjustable wheel holders adjust to take all bike sizes
  • Takes seconds to attach with the automatic towball clamping mechanism
  • Unique 'Park Mode' allows you to drive whilst the towbar is folded up
  • Quick release ratchet straps secure bike wheels to carrier
  • Lockable, rigid bike securing arms hold bike frames safely apart
  • Soft rubber bike frame holders
  • Tested and proved to EU standards
  • Complete with lighting board which flips up into the 'Park Mode'

View more information on the Witter ZX504 »

We have a range of Platform style carriers that can hold from 2 to 4 bikes and all benefit from the tilt forward function to allow access to the boot. Our Carriers vary in price to suit your budget and needs so you can make sure you're getting the right carrier for you.

View more information on the Witter Platform Range of Carriers »

Tow and Carry Bikes at the same time

These award winning carriers are easy to use and once the base plate has been fixed to the towbar mounting, the carrier itself is fitted and removed in seconds. The perfect solution if you want to tow a caravan or trailer and carry bikes at the same time.

  • Tow your caravan and carry bikes at the same time
  • Fitted and removed from the base plate in seconds
  • Easy to store and also doubles as wall mount bike holder
  • Securely Carry up to four bikes
  • No straps necessary to secure the carrier to a vehicle

View more information on the Witter Tow and Carry Carriers »