Installing a bike carrier on your vehicle makes it easier to take your love bike with you on your next trip. There are many different types of bike racks and each has its own unique benefits and challenges. The roof racks attach to your warehouse, the roof racks use crossbars on the top of the vehicle to store the wheel and the roof racks fit directly into the trailer with the vehicle suspension.
While wiring is often required to install a trailer, most of the famous bike racks can be installed without tools. They are also usually very easy to assemble and install, although there can be many differences between brands and models. Once you’ve chosen a stand, install it in the right place and put your cycle on it so you can take it with you on another outdoor adventure!
Method 1 Selection of a nominal set on the table
1; Choose a standard mounted holder to save space at the top of the car.
If you still want to be able to drive under low branches and underpasses, choose a mounted suitcase. It’s also a good decision if you’re taking a kayak or sled on bike rides, as these items are easier to store in your car. Warehouse mounted stands hang under the bumper and attach to the top of your car in the back to store your bikes.
- If you have a camera that allows you to see behind the car when you get back, you may want to opt for a storage unit or hanging rack if you rely on them when parking or returning from the driveway.
- Storage racks usually have 1-2 wheels.
2; If you have to park in tight spots, buy a detachable and compact trunk.
If parking is an issue where you live and you don’t have a roof rack on your vehicle. These racks attach to the warehouse and can be quickly disassembled for in-vehicle storage when not in use. They are similar to luggage racks, but they are easier to put on or take off.
3; Check the manufacturer’s website to see if a particular brand is suitable for your vehicle.
Luggage racks are usually adjustable for different sizes and styles of suitcases. However, some features of the trunk can make it difficult to fit in a particular vehicle. Check the manufacturer’s website to see if a particular carrier will fit in your car. Most case manufacturers will include a search function on their websites to make it easier for you to see a list of suitable bike racks.
4; Unpack the stand and read the instructions.
Every brand and type of media is different and you should follow the exact instructions for your specific model. In general, the cases are easy to install, but it is best to read the instructions before starting. 
Most racks are complicated to assemble and come in one piece.
5; Fold the straps over the holder on the sides of the flask.
Most famous bike racks have straps on the sides, top, or bottom. Open the stock and tie each strap on the corresponding side by folding the brim over the edge where your buttock stops. Adjust the position of the stand by sliding it along the stock so that the ground is centered on your vehicle. Tighten each strap by pulling the buckle or adjusting the slider. 
Many racks mounted in the warehouse cut the entire stock by locking it inside. These planks are generally safer.
Method 2 with roof rack
Buy a roof rack if your vehicle has crossbars.
The roof bike racks snap into place on the cross members at the top of the vehicle and keep them under tension. However, they are only a truly viable option if your vehicle has top cross members. You expose your bike to wind and dirt even while riding, but nothing stands in the way of the rearview mirror. 
- If there are no cross members on the vehicle, you can mount them separately. The advantage of this is that you can adjust the spacing between the bars. However, if they don’t fit your car perfectly, they can fly while you drive.
Measure the distance between the cross members according to the size of the shelf.
Crochet a retractable tape measure on the outside edge of the crossbar. Pull the tape measure on one side to determine the distance between the crossbars. Measure the length of the crossbar from one end to the other and determine its length. You can use these measurements to determine whether the roof rack is suitable for your vehicle or not. [8th]
Check the manufacturer’s website to see whether the roof rack fits your vehicle.
Although some luggage racks can be considered universal, you should still check the manufacturer’s website to see which vehicles will fit in the luggage rack. Most bike rack manufacturers’ websites have a search function that allows you to enter the make and model of your vehicle to see which roof rack will fit. Before buying a roof rack, use a corporate rack finder.
Read the bike racks instructions for installation.
Each bike rack brand and style is installed and installed differently. Read the instructions on your booth and learn how to prepare it for installation.
- Most roof racks snap into each crossbar on either side of the wheel to keep it in place. This allows them to be easy to install but tricky to use if you’re not tall.
Attach the roof rack to each crossbeam.
If necessary, install the stand on the floor before installing it. Use the small ladder to get to the top of the car. Position the luggage rack with the front-facing windshield. Place the rack in the open position on the cross-members and align the rack with the pole rails. Wrap the front strap around the front bar and the back strap around the rear bar. Rotate the accessory to the locked position to lock it in place. 
Assemble the bike racks by lifting them up and locking the wheels in place.
Open the luggage rack by turning the adjustable handle on the front away from the luggage rack. Use the crutch to lift the bike onto the luggage bike racks and push the front wheel, facing away, onto the open bar. Lift the inner bar on the opposite side of the front wheel to stabilize the bike. Tighten the bars by turning the crank, pulling on the adjustable buckles. Place seat belts around the wheels and frame to position the wheel for the next tour trip.