|The rack sits just above the back bumper. It is attached by brackets to the back wall of the Airstream.|
|Each bike is seated in its' own cradle with heavy duty straps to secure the wheels.|
|The rack allows access to the rear storage area.|
|...and to the bumper storage.|
|These gizmos hold the frame of each bike.|
|The bikes are seated on the rack. My accessory bag had to be hanged from the frame as it wouldn't fit in its' normal position behind the seat.|
|The wheels secured to the cradles.|
|The frame is held securely to the rack.|
|Even with the bikes on you have access to the storage and bumper areas. But the access is somewhat difficult.|
|A word of caution. This brace broke. You can see a stress fracture on the lower segment of the brace.|
It is easy to use.
The bikes are very secure on the rack.
It looks like it is part of the trailer.
There is still access to storage.
The rear awning can still be opened with the bikes in place.
Very expensive, about $625 installed.
One of the braces broke soon after purchase. I assume that this was a defect and that Airstream will replace this brace ASAP.