Finding a way to transport bikes with the PUP has proved much more difficult than I thought. I do have the rack channels on my Coleman, and I have many Thule racks and accessories, but after pricing the tabs, feet, towers and load bars, I just couldn't part with north of $500 to carry a couple of bikes on the roof of the pup. I could just as easily put them on the roof of the truck, and only have to buy adapters for the new Tacoma. But I didn't want a roof solution. I know what you're thinking- "It's a truck, put them in the bed, dummy!" That unfortunately takes up significant real estate, and I'd have to take off my tri-fold tonneau cover. I found this on amazon- Tail Gator Bike Rack For Trucks The rack hangs on the tailgate and holds two bikes. I had a chance to use it this past weekend, and it works as advertised. Holds two bikes, in our case, an adults comfort bike and a large kids mountain bike. No clearance problems for anything on the tongue, and no turning radius problems. Hangs on the tailgate with 5 straps connected to the gate and the tie down points in the bed of the truck. The tri fold cover can be used folded up to the cab, and once at the site, the rack is easily removed, and the cover folded down for security. Yes, it adds to the "tongue weight" as it hangs over the edge of the bumper, but the Tacoma is rated for 650 lbs tongue wt, and the trailer is at 340 (measured). I think this is an excellent solution for truck based, (relatively) inexpensive bike transport.