Wall mounted Bike Racks…
Ok, I’m having my cellar tanked at the end of the month, and need to store my bikes down there.Posted 4 years ago
As I’ts going to be used as my shed, I need to maximise space- its only 4m x 4m.
There is a 2nd “room” that is 3m x 1m and I was hoping to use that for my bikes.
Whats the best way of wall mounting them?
I’m sure someone had their bikes wall mounted by the wheel, but on an angle?
Any pics for inspiration please.. 😀zilog6128Subscriber
I have one of these in my flat. Takes up most of one wall in the 2nd bedroom
It was an expensive option but worth it IMO as once it’s up you can play around with the positioning of the bikes to make best use of the space. Plus you get loads of baskets, hooks, etc which can make things look a bit untidy but I much prefer it to having things tucked away in boxes/drawers because I can see where everything is at a glance.Posted 4 years ago
yes from the pedal. i cut some milky plexi-glass and recessed batons in the workshop and have installed them now. saves he walls getting marked by the tyres.
^^ no, not grass. i did have a plant this year,but it didn’t provide me with that much…. it is in fact a lamp shade.Posted 4 years agoBulletSubscriber
I guess the main thing is to mount it securely into the wall. I had a Halfords right-angle bracket in the garage and… My Hustler fell on the car! Down to me not using big enough screws/rawlplugs really. Amazingly no damage to the car as I think it sort of slipped down as the screws pulled out slowly.Posted 4 years agopiedi di formaggioSubscriber
Got 4 of these in my garage
sorry – long url!Posted 4 years ago
^^ that was my original concern, but the LBS has the same system with his precious objects and i’ve not noticed there being any problem with the pedal.
and as you say, the forces that go through the pedals when riding are far great than those present when hung on the wall.Posted 4 years ago
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