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The Best Bike Racks for Honda Accord

Best 7 bike racks for Honda Accord

Honda Accord bike racks come in a range of varying styles, sizes, and costs. Now we know how many different options are out there. We have narrowed down the best 7 in the market today, considering usability, durability, and affordability. We understand that each rack may suit a person’s situation differently, so we couldn’t just recommend one rack. 

Let's have a look at the best bike racks to suit your Honda Accord

WALMANN 2 Bike Rack Hitch Mount

Best Overall

  • Reasonably priced  

Pros

  • Rotational tie-down
  • Side straps for stability

Cons

  •  Not for small bikes
Allen Sports Deluxe 2-Bike Trunk Mount Rack

Budget option

  • You can get however carriers you need 

Pros

  • Fit for cars with spoilers

Cons

  • No access to the rear cargo
Thule UpRide Roof Bike Rack

Premium option

  • Great all around option

Pros

  • Safety measures
  • Access to cargo

Cons

  • Requires roof racks

If you’re looking for a bike rack for your Honda Accord, have a read-through and find one that suits your needs. Bike riding is on the rise, and bike racks have certainly experienced this surge. Here are the 7 best bike racks for Honda Accords.

WALMANN 2 Bike Rack Hitch Mount

This 2 Bike Rack for Trailer Hitch fits in most of the cars with a 2-inch receiver. This popular fitness product manufacturer has specially designed this rack to allow access to the rear cargo of your Honda Accord. Its 45-degree tilt-action provides the most efficient access to the cargo compartment in sedans.

It’s packed full of handy features and is top on our list for usability and affordability. However, it does require a hitch. It’s a rack for avid cyclists as well as weekenders. The rack will safely embrace your two-wheeler on harsh road conditions; its dual arms carry most types of bikes.

Carrying bikes at the back of a vehicle can be a headache if not done correctly. A misfit rack can potentially damage both your car and bike. This rack has got you covered. Its individual tie-down system on both arms keeps bikes in place and protected. The bikes are mounted onto two carry arms, so there’s no movement as the bike frames are held in two areas.

This mechanism embraces both bikes firmly for safe travels on long trips. Users need to tighten the red clamps all the way to ensure the stability of bikes on the rack. WALMANN has designed this dual-arm bike mount for bikes of different sizes and frames. But this rack is not for smaller bikes. If you wish to use it for smaller bikes, you will need to purchase a frame adaptor.The rack maker has used thick steel and high-strength bolts to ensure the rack remains firm and reliable.

Allen Sports Deluxe 2-Bike Trunk Mount Rack

Allen Sports Deluxe 2-Bike Trunk Mount Rack. Its widespread popularity is driven by the unmatchable ease of use, simple installation, and safety. Allen Sports Deluxe does this all-in style. Its lightweight and patented tie-down systems provide extra stability, making it an ideal rack for Honda Accords.

It can carry a wide range of bikes due to its rotational tie-down system. Bikes are kept away from the backside of the vehicle by the middle frame. This avoids paint scratches on bikes as well as the car.

The rack comes fully assembled and can be fitted within minutes. This is a massive advantage as the rack does not need to be taken apart when not in use. It simply folds up.

Another excellent feature is the exceptional stability the rack offers; this stability comes from the lateral tie-down straps. This rack is one of our favorites as it does not require any external components from the car. So if you are just getting into riding and don’t want to spend much money, this is an excellent start.

Saris Bones EX Trunk Bike Rack Carrier, Mount 3 Bikes

This bike rack is a solid pick for your Honda Accord. It’s not the standard-looking bike rack. Let me explain why I think it’s even better than the standard rack. It can carry 3 bikes and does not require a hitch to mount; it doesn’t stop there. 

The load capacity is impressive for a rack with no hitch. Its load capacity of three bikes allows Saris Bones to become ideal equipment for regular bike riders and families. It has a load capacity of 105 lbs, 35 lbs each.

If you own an Accord, this rack will add another chapter of fun to your life. Its unique dog-leg design fits neatly on the car’s back and is easy to store when not in use. It also doesn’t require any wheels to be taken off the bikes to mount them. In my view, there’s nothing worse than disassembly your bike between rides.

This premier rack makes its easy to load and unload bikes. It reduces considerable time when you are eager to get on the road. It is made from recyclable materials and weighs around 11 lbs. The lightweight of this rack further pushed it high on the list of best trunk-mounted racks for sedans.

Hollywood Racks Express Trunk Mounted 3 Bike Rack

Hollywood Racks has nearly the same design as the Allen mount. They both utilize a tension point system and do not require additional components. This rack, in particular, can hold up to three bikes. Rated to hold up to 35lbs per bike and up to 105lbs total weight. That’s pretty good!

Just by visual inspection, this is a little more heavy-duty system than Allen. But it also costs quite a bit more. This ships to you assembled, and when not in use, it does have the capability of folding down. One of the things we love most about tension rack fits is how portable they are.

Swagman XC2 Hitch Mount Bike Rack

The best-selling Swagman XC2 is one of the only hitch-style rack on this list. But it is our favorite. 

At a great price, you get a solid unit that can hold up to two bikes. With three contact points, your bike will stay firmly placed even on the bumpiest roads. 

And when it’s not in use it can fold up nicely. You’ll still be able to access your trunk as this does protrude from the hitch a few inches. They also have their own anti-wobble pin unit at the base of this system to help keep things steady. Hitch racks tend to easily run at double or triple the price of this unit, so it’s a great value overall!

Thule UpRide Universal Bike Rack, Black, One Size

For those considering getting a roof-mounted unit, the Thule UpRide is a quality addition to your vehicle. This does tend to run on the higher side of the price range, as do most Thule products. But in terms of actual build quality, it’s put together very well. 

Thule are known to not compromise on quality. Remember, this is only the mount. You will still need a roof rack preinstalled on your Honda Accord for this to be an option.

When not in use, this does fold down. There are three contact points, two on your front wheel and one on the rear to keep your bike securely fastened. This means that the wheels can stay on the bike while being transported.

Trunk Mount Bicycle Carrier Rack

The Tyger Auto TG-RK1B204B is the third tension rack we will have mentioned on this guide! 

But we had to. With an impeccable customer rating and visually evident bulkiness(the good bulky kind), it’s worth a third look.

This isn’t the cheapest tension mount rack available, but it is one of the highest rated. 

With protective frame cradles and safety straps to attach to the frame of your bike, you’ll have a high level of confidence using this on the road. In fact, out of all three tension racks mentioned, this is our favorite pick for those of you who have just one bike to haul!

They do have options for a 2 and 3 bike carrier design as well. 

What are the ways I can attach a bike to my Honda Accord?

There are actually quite a few ways people mount bikes to their vehicles. The most popular are a tension fit, hitch rack, roof-mounted rack, and even suction cup racks.
A hitch rack is probably best for families or those who frequently go biking with more than 2 bikes. They’re incredibly sturdy just by the base being bolted onto your vehicle’s frame. The drawback is that they require prior installation of a hitch.

A roof-mounted rack is excellent for saving space on your trunk that the more popular styles occupy. If you don’t like the idea of having a bike sticking out from the back, a roof rack is probably great for you. They do tend to be a bit expensive, though, and if you commute to places with low overpasses, you’ll have to be extra vigilant.

The most recent design in bike racks involves pressurized suction cups. These aren’t your regular stick-on window-type cups either. They’re high-quality industrial mounts. They haven’t exactly taken the mainstream by storm yet, but they’ve been used in such places as the Tour de France.

Wrapping up on the best bike racks for Honda Accords

Getting a bike rack for your Honda Accord is going to help you get out and about with ease. And hopefully, this guide has helped you check out some of the popular options to find a fit for you and your car.

Tristan Kavanagh

Tristan is an automotive specialist and the current author at Beast Auto. He has been in the automotive industry for years. He has a passion for sharing his depth of knowledge with his readers.