Aluminess Sprinter Bike Rack Swing Arm
Many Mercedes Sprinter owners convert their vehicles into motor homes. Many of those conversions benefit from outside storage for generators, camping stoves, BBQ’s and other dirty items that you don’t want inside your vehicle.
The Aluminess rear bike swing arms can be added to the rear Aluminess rear bumper, to keep your bikes outside of your van.
The Aluminess Bike Rack Swing Arm is designed to replace the existing box arm on your Aluminess rear bumper. The bike rack swing arm is able to hold 2 bikes and swing open with your Aluminess Box. The swing arm is designed to clear tires up to 35″ in diameter and is available for most of our the existing Aluminess rear bumpers.
The swing arm is capable of holding 100 pounds on the upper platform and 100 pounds on the lower platform. Aluminess recommends the swing arm be installed with 1-UP USA bike rack trays. They are available for purchase from Aluminess with necessary hardware for easy installation. Other bike rack trays may work with our platform, but have not been tested. Therefore, no warranty is available with other bike rack mounts.
As the name suggests, these are manufactured from aluminium to keep the weight down, but still being incredibly strong. Each component is also powder coated to protect it against the elements.
Each bike swing arm is currently manufactured to order by Aluminess in California, so you should allow 6-8 weeks for delivery to our base in Cheshire in the UK for collection from us.
See here for the range of external storage boxes that can also be added to your bumper, or for the bumper itself see here.
Shipping onwards to yourself can be arranged at cost, if you would prefer us to fit this bike rack to the bumper, please call or email for a fitting price. We would normally ask for your van to be left with us for the day to fit a full bumper and swing arm.
Please call for current pricing and delivery costs, as currency fluctuations can occur, plus and as we try to batch orders together to save on shipping by filling a container, which may delay your order, but ultimately save you on the shipping costs.