Review | BikeStow Bike Rack – foldable storage, no drills required

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The BikeStow offers bike storage without the need for fixing to a floor or wall. How did we find it? The unit is well built and has an appealing ‘thunk’ quality to it that I certainly wouldn’t achieve with a home brewed version of it. Yes, I could spend a few hours (probably days, in reality) hacking and cutting at wood and constructing something that does a similar job, but…well, life is short. If you’ve got a jigsaw, more skill and patience than me, and time for this kind of faff, all well and good. If you’re thinking about buying it, read on. The Bikestow is a sandwich board design. Available in both a ‘raw’ and laminated version, we were sent the laminate option, in the two-bike variant. It’s also available as four-bike rack. Both sizes fold flat for when they’re not in use, and the two halves of the sandwich board are held together by a couple of magnets. It’s very simple to use: slide up the ‘tyre guillotine’ at the top of the...

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