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Boundry Announces New Truck Bed Rack for Mountain & Dirt Bikes

Nov 6, 2023 at 8:12
by Boundry  

PRESS RELEASE: Boundry

Boundry is excited to introduce a new way to carry your gear. The Boundry TrailBreaker is a truck bed rack built to fit the way you drive. The unique design lets you keep things off your tailgate so you can drive fast, tow, and use your backup camera.

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Design

The Boundry Rack System was designed for maximum compatibility and reliability. Its robust construction means taking heavy loads, whether that’s two motorcycles, a fleet of bicycles, or anything else that requires secure transportation. With Interchangeable Mounts, you can secure any load. Dirtbikes, bikes, paddleboards, kayaks, lumber, coolers, dogs, or anything else you can think of. All this while leaving space in your bed for the rest of your gear.

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Hitch Rack

Not everyone has a truck, so we took the strength and modularity of the Truck Bed rack to make a hitch rack that gives you the same versatility. With a shape that allows full access to your tailgate and almost complete access to your hatch. High and Low clearance options let you pick between 2 heights: one for more clearance or one for better fuel economy so you can keep using your car the way you want to.

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Features:

Steel and Aluminum Construction
Fits up to 5 Bikes or 2 Motos
T-Track Mounting System
Built In Molle Panel
Withstands up to 1500 lbs of static weight

Pricing Starts at $900

Learn more at boundry.com

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49 Comments
  • 13 1
 These look cool but you loose all your bed space. I mounted 6 oneup trays on yakima HD crossbars across the bed of my truck. This way i still have access to the bed underneath. If i added a bed slide it would make the bed even more accessible.
  • 3 2
 Your solution sounds ideal for THE MOST bed space. But this rack system doesn't take away any bed space compared to running bikes across a tailgate pad. I'd say it looks like you get more space actually.
  • 3 1
 @kamahawk: Agreed but a tail gate pad is cheap/easy and you make the sacrifice of bed space. This rack isn't. Cheaper than my setup sure but mine is adaptable as well. Pull off the bike trays and carry boats or whatever you want up there. My setup doesn't look as tacti-cool or overlander but i prefer it that way.
  • 5 1
 @Struggleteam: Different strokes for different folks. It also allows the added benefit of being able to pull a trailer without the stress of the bikes hanging out the back. (As does yours)
  • 2 0
 just put the back wheel on a crossbar, done deal, and cheaper than youre one up trays.
  • 3 0
 @kamahawk: I run a long box truck, job box against the window, and a set of nearly full length drawers in the bed.
Tailgate pads dont work well when the rear wheel of the bike is lifted up, like it would be on my drawers, which sits level with the wheel wells.
hitch rack for me, so I can carry my kayaks, and RTT
  • 14 2
 The current breed of tailgate pads secures bikes from bouncing around quite well and most brands have sales right now. This rack may be useful in niche situations but I think the majority of mtbers on a budget would be better served by a fresh tailgate pad.
  • 10 8
 "Budget" isn't a word known in dentist circles. #CavitiesForPeons #YetiTribe
  • 2 0
 The only huge upside to this style vs a tailgate pad is when off-roading you don’t have to worry about front wheels hanging up on rocks. Other than that really, looks worse than a tailgate pad (plus the handlebars may get caught in low trees - I’ve had a tree rip a brake line off a bike before)
  • 2 1
 @GBeeston: and I would argue that if you are on a budget, you are already riding to the trail, not driving a gigantic and expensive truck which is pure luxury.
  • 2 0
 yeah but it's a fashion faux pas to have a cheap tailgate pad cover when you drive a $140k raptor r
  • 4 0
 @opignonlibre: you can still buy a used truck, doesn’t have to be a brand new Raptor or Tacoma. Mid 90s 1/2 ton 4x4 trucks still exist and run fine
  • 1 0
 @Kevindhansen: cost of ownership still don't put this in the "on a budget" category.
  • 3 0
 So here's my only argument to that. I had a tailgate pad, and something got up under it on a fire road and absolutely massacred the paint on my tailgate. Is this a worst case scenario that won't likely happen to other people? Probably. Hell, it may have even been user error, but that kinda turned me off tailgate pads.

Besides, now I can flex harder with my 1up rack
  • 1 0
 @opignonlibre: I was more pointing out that there are everyday trucks out there that serve a purpose and aren’t a just a luxury status symbol
  • 1 0
 This means nothing overhanging which is a big deal for parking in many places. LIke a load-cover mount but fits longer bikes. I don't use my tailgate pad ever because the shuttlerack is better. Doesn't take up all the bed space and doesn't rub up the tailgate. But the shuttlerack makes parking in town a real PITA. I end up using roof-racks if I'm going somewhere built-up.
  • 7 0
 I have personally seen a truck with this rack, loaded with bikes doing 60 on a back road with no ejecto seato. I’m no engineer but I think with bikes off the hitch and more centered in the wheelbase, there’s less leverage on the bikes so they physically don’t move as much. Pair that with a solid mounting system and I think you’ve got the best off road solution out there. On the tailgate pad is good, but they still slide back and forth and can wreck paint. These just don’t hit each other. I think if you want to do Baja runs on the way to the trail, this is the solution
  • 8 0
 I would love to see a regular human load a dirt bike into one of those racks.
  • 2 0
 I wonder how this would work with a single load bar for rear wheels and a tonneau. I run a tonneau and hitch rack all winter to keep the kids Hocky gear dry but the tailgate pad is on all summer. Can be a PITA in the winter if the wife steals the hitch mount rack for her car. This could replace the pad all year, then just throw on a crossbar in the winter. Of course I’d never fit in a parking garage again, not a deal breaker but …..
  • 5 0
 Hey Chief, we are currently working on it. Thanks!
  • 3 2
 Ive been stoked on mine for the past couple months! Bikes are tucked up and out of the way while driving (not getting rear ended... has happened before), they dont rub together while shuttling on dirt roads, and bed space is pretty accessible below the bikes. Bonus, i can carry the motos as well and keep the tailgate shut, works well if hauling a trailer to the track. If it can handle me offroading with 500 pounds of dirtbikes, i'm quite confident in its off-roading ability and durability with the heaviest ebikes on the market. AND IT LOOKS SICK. huge bonus
  • 1 0
 Hitch rack looks very similar to an OG Recon rack. And not a big fan of the bed rack. Looks like the ones you see on Raptors that have never left the pavement, with 2 full size spare tires, max trax and all the goofy overland(car camping) crap hanging off the truck, lol. But to each their own
  • 3 0
 Am I looking to attach a rack to my truck that's probably worth the same amount of money.... I am now
  • 1 0
 and one thing i forgot. I feel like the bikes are more secure in the respect that this adds one additional layer of difficulty to bike theft. I havent tested this senario (luckily), just an overall feeling.
  • 3 3
 This looks sick. Just got a new truck and this looks perfect for getting to those far-back trails, no tailgate dents or dragging a rack on some departure angle. I've been using a vertical rack and gets a lot of bouncing and makes me feel like the bikes are going to fly off. For sure a good solution for a rack especially if a lot of your riding takes you off-road
  • 3 0
 Worried about tailgate dents while off roading? How about the rest of your truck?
  • 1 0
 Sorry came off like a dick. I dig the rack. Just meant if you’re off roading your new truck, it’s gonna get some trail wounds.
  • 2 0
 @BermJunky: No apology needed, it's a fair point. Some pinstripes and such are to be expected, but why do more damage if you can prevent it?
  • 3 0
 I remember when bikes would actually fit IN a truck bed. Everyone just driving oversize cars now.
  • 2 0
 Interesting…. That’s a unique way of doing it, but that actually looks rad
  • 1 0
 So sick! I’d almost forgotten about slamming my bikes into the garage door when I roll home tired. Nostalgia but looks better.
  • 1 0
 I want that mounted backwards on my hard lid. Carry 4 bikes while still able to open the lid and it would double as a ladder rack.
  • 1 0
 Really interested in the hitch rack. Access in my wife’s car when all the bikes are loaded is huge.
  • 1 0
 Lots of benefits here, but most of all, it looks sick! I’d definitely have one on my hypothetical Raptor.
  • 1 0
 Low Bridge! Could be tough in a lot of parking garages I've been through with a full size truck....
  • 2 0
 Yes, show me the video of 1 person putting a dirtbike onto that rack.
  • 1 0
 I also want to see this
  • 1 0
 Probably a bit more difficult for sure but I have seen a bike loaded in a bed with no ramp and this has got to be easier since you're just lifting the front end.
  • 1 0
 @kfccoleslaw: I got as far as the website before giving up. Thanks for digging through their insta for us. I will not be loading a dirtbike like that.
  • 1 0
 @Tacodip420: If you're just a moto guy, probably doesn't make sense. If you are taking bikes and motos down and can't close your tailgate then it makes it difficult to take bikes (coming from a guy that hardly rides moto anymore but the web site shows that configuration).
  • 1 0
 @Dakotadgreen: I picked up the ready ramp bed extender/loading ramp for that reason. In my taco I can load up my moto and run a tailgate pad over the bed extender and fit two bikes as well. More than one moto would make that impossible but it works for one just fine. this rack isn't for me and that's fine, it is for someone.
  • 1 0
 seems you'll some Toni Bou skills to load your moto
  • 1 1
 ….just because it looks so damn cool right? Lol
  • 1 1
 Pass...next product please.
  • 4 4
 PSA: If you work in an office, you don't need to own a pickup truck.
  • 1 0
 Because you can’t do things outside of work that would require a truck?
  • 1 0
 If you own a house you’ll need a truck.







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