If you’re towing a pop up camper, your bike rack options are unfortunately somewhat limited. No matter what kind of pop up bike rack you buy, DO NOT purchase one that requires you to drill holes in your camper. Having holes in you pop up will lead to many problems down the line. That being said, I recommend you go down one of these two avenues:
Why we like it? Unlike many of the other pop up camper bike racks, you don’t have to drill into your trailer or bummer. The rack is easy to install and even easier to load and unload the bikes. Because the rack attaches to the hitch, it will fit on just about any pop up camper. I really like the fork mount style bike racks, mainly because it gives you peace of mind knowing the bikes are very secure on the rack and you’re not checking to see if your bikes are still attached in the rear view mirror every 5 minutes.
Although this style of rack is not as secure as option one, it has one simple advantage. The big advantage of this type of rack is you can still drive with the bikes after you detach the pop up trailer. The tent trailer is not needed to haul the bikes like it is in option one.