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Hitch bike rack

Thule Camber 2

For rides long or short, bring your bikes with ease.



  • Superior bike stability and fit with integrated anti-sway that prevent bike to bike contact and ‘disappears’ when not needed
  • Bikes are safe and secure during transport thanks to 7” of spacing between each bike
  • Quickly attach bikes and easily secure them to the rack using the ratcheting cradle strap
  • Compact cradle design accommodates wide variety of bike sizes/frame styles
  • Effortlessly fold down bike arms when rack is not in use
  • Convenient access to the rear of the vehicle using the HitchSwitch lever to tilt the rack down
  • Easily transfers between 1.25” and 2” hitch receivers

Technical specifications

Max number of bikes 2
Load capacity 75 lb
Max bike weight 37.5 lb
Dimensions 28.3 x 11 x 35.6 in
Folded dimensions 14.8 x 11 x 35.6 in
Weight 28 lb
Distance between bikes 7 in
Carbon frame compatible  ✓ 
Tilt function (with bikes)  ✖ 
Fits 1.25" receivers  ✓ 
Fits 2" receivers  ✓ 
Bike lock included  ✖ 
Receiver lock included  ✖ 
Model number 9058
Spare parts



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Accessories for

Thule Frame Adapter

Modifies women's bike frames as well as BMX and non-standard frames in order to be carried on hanging-style hitch and strap mount bike racks.

Thule Access

Convenient rear of vehicle access by transforming your 2” hitch bike rack into a swing-away style.


Would not buy again or recommend anyone else buy one.


Looked good coming out of the box and mounted on the car easy enough......but: - Unlike other Thule racks that I've had (and liked), there are screws holding the cradles in place so they are at fixed distances and can't be moved up and down the bar to increase spacing between the bikes. Result is not being able to get two adult bikes on the rack. Maybe you could do it with two road bikes with straight upper tubes that run parallel to the ground with narrow road handle bars, but couldn't make it work with two mountain bikes. - The cradles are shallow. The one bike I was able to get on was pushed out of one of the cradles by the wind catching one of the tires at 65MPH. This was (I think) partially due to flimsy straps (next weakness) in addition to the shallow cradles. - Flimsy straps. Not the heavy rubber Thule straps you're probably use to. I never used anything to supplement keeping the bike secured on either of my two previous Thule racks, but considering the construction of the new straps and the fact that one bike already came off the cradle at highway speeds, if i do use this rack (when I ride solo as I can't get a second bike on it), there will be a cargo strap connecting the bike frame to the rack. Bottom line: Thule came up short on both design and construction on this one. Take a pass on this rack and get a Thule Vertex or Parkway.




Strap System Not User Friendly


Had it installed today. Got home and could not undo the straps. A very poor design. Took me almost 40 minutes. The representative from my local bike shop helped me install and put the straps on. I reviewed the on-line owners manual when I got home and according to the pictures, we installed them correctly. Trying to push the lever down and push the strap through. I will be returning and looking for an alternative rack.


Nova Scotia


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