Fabbri Gringo Bici

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Rack Type
Maximum Load Capacity
Vehicle Type
22 lbs

Summary of Reviews

We have read all expert and user reviews on the Fabbri Gringo Bici. In summary, this is what cyclists think.

11 reasons to buy

  • Users describe the Gringo Bici as being robust, “very well made” and sturdy.
  • The Gringo Bici can carry 2 bikes with a combined weight of 66.14 lb.
  • The Gringo Bici fits bikes with 20” to 29” wheels, a wheelbase of up to 50”, and tires up to 2.6” wide.
  • Owners appreciate the Gringo Bici’s lightweight aluminum construction.
  • Users commended the Gringo Bici for its stability.
  • Buyers say the Gringo Bici is easy to assemble.
  • Numerous buyers say the Fabbri Gringo Bici is the most affordable rack of its type.
  • Users are impressed by the weather-resistant materials used to construct the Gringo Bici.
  • Owners only have to remove the rack’s horizontal rails when it’s not in use. This saves time when reloading bikes onto the Gringo Bici.
  • An owner of 2 years says the Gringo Bici suits their split-rear-door SUV well.
  • An ‘anti-theft knob’ is available for the Gringo Bici.

5 reasons not to buy

  • Owners complained of screws and cables being too short.
    Replacements were needed.
  • Some owners feel this rack doesn’t attach securely to their spare wheel.
  • Some owners say rails are too short to fit some bikes.
  • Some users had trouble sourcing spare parts for the Gringo Bici.
  • Owners have said their Gringo Bici straps broke after short-term use.

Bottom line

Fabbri’s Gringo Bici is one of only a few SUV ‘spare wheel racks’ with wheel trays. As an alternative to a roof or hitch rack, they’re hard to come by. The Gringo Bici comes highly recommended by some owners. They found it easy to attach this rack semi-permanently, only removing the wheel trays when not carrying bikes. Other buyers were frustrated by having to improvise to make it fit their vehicle, either by using longer straps and screws or by ordering aftermarket adapters from Fabbri. Most users agree this is an affordable option.

Expert Reviews

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