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Swing Left or Right with the Same Rig’d RambleSwing Swingout Hitch Rack Adapter

Rig'd RambleSwing hitchrack logo in the wild(Photo/Rig'd Supply)
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Founded by people with a passion for off-roading and riding bikes, Rig’d Supply is a company that offers both of those worlds some quality gear. Headquartered in Orange, California, their latest offering is the RambleSwing, a heavy-duty swing-out hitch adapter that reflects the company’s two passions in a nice, neat package.

The Rig’d RambleSwing is a swing-out hitch rack accessory that was tailor-made for vehicles with a rear-mounted, full-size spare tire like the Jeep Wrangler and Ford Bronco.

Rig'd RambleSwing hitchrack studio closed

It will work with any hitch-stye bike rack you may have and will add the utility of being able to swing it away from the vehicle to access the vehicle’s rear cargo area.

The RambleSwing became available back in the Fall of 2023. It’s burly, with a purposely over-engineered design made to withstand the heaviest bikes on the harshest trails. Boasting a 300lb weight limit, this means the heaviest eBike will be supported.

It’s compatible with all 2″ hitch-mounted bike racks, but Rig’d prefers that you pair it with their bike rack, the RambleRack. The Rig’d RambleSwing has some handy and unique features.

Rig’d RambleSwing Features

Rig'd RambleSwing hitchrack glide closeup
Close-up of the Delrin Glide Plates

In-Line-Design: The RambleSwing’s in-line design creates a stiff connection between the two arms, sandwiched by a set of Delrin glide plates to help with easy closure.

Rig'd RambleSwing hitchrack hitch coseup
Close-up of the hitch and the reversible step located on both sides.

FlipFlop™ Technology: “FlipFlop” technology allows the user to swing it open to the left (driver side) or right (passenger side) by simply flipping the swing over. This could come in handy if the rack blocks your exhaust pipe on one side but not the other.

Rig'd RambleSwing hitchrack step and wedge
Close-up of the anti-wobble wedge

Wobble-Free™: The adapter features the same wobble-free wedge system as their UltraSwing to eliminate movement in the vehicle’s hitch.

Rig'd RambleSwing hitchrack compression latch closeup
Close-up of the compression latch

The Ultimate Latch: They use a patented bike-grip handled 500 lb compression latch.

Rig'd RambleSwing hitchrack step in use
Step in use

Integrated Step: RambleSwing also features an integrated step on both sides, adding convenience when you need easy access to your truck, van, or SUV.

Rig'd RambleSwing hitchrack special batteship grip tape
Close-up, Battleship Griptape

Battleship Grip: On the integrated step Rig’d utilizes a super-durable Jessup grip tape. This type of tape was originally developed for use on the decks of battleships.

Rig'd RambleSwing hitchrack pivot
All parts are replaceable

Made in the USA: The Ramble Swing is completely rebuildable with all pieces available to repair and is backed by their Ramble for Life Warranty 

I recently spoke with Luke over at Rig’d, and since they are local to me, I will be picking up a RambleSwing to review on my Jeep Wrangler JL. I’ll be reviewing it while using my Rocky Mounts Guide Rail. After that, I will follow it up with a review of their RambleRack with the 2-Bike Pivot system. Stay tuned here for my first impressions of the RambleSwing in the next week or so.

RambleSwing Tech Specs and Retail

Rig'd RambleSwing hitchrack open in use

Retail: $799

  • 300 lb max load rating
  • Compatible with all 2″ hitch-mounted bike racks
  • 90° and 120° locking open positions
  • RambleSwing weight: 60 lbs
  • Total width closed: 27″
  • Zinc-rich primed and black semi-gloss powder-coated


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