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Steadyrack Classic Rack, Black
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- Fits road, hybrid and select mountain bikes with tire diameters 20" to 29" and widths up to 2.4"
- Wall-mounted bike storage solution for garage organization, tight spaces. Offices and areas with a need for convenient bike parking
- Protects bike frame and rim from any contact with the bike rack for safe and secure storage
- Free up valuable floor space using 160 degree side-to-side swivel, making it a convenient storage solution around parked cars and congested areas
- No heavy lifting required
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From the manufacturer
Wall Mounted Bike Rack
Simply balance the bike on its rear wheel and push it into the rack – there’s no heavy lifting required.
Unlike bike stands, hooks or pulley systems, our racks have a unique 180-degree pivot feature.
Built to Last
Made from long lasting steel and UV treated plastic, our racks are strong and built to last, holding up to 35kg.
|Classic Rack||Fender Rack||MTB Rack||Fat Rack|
|Bike Style||Road, hybrid, and select mountain bikes||Bikes with fenders||Mountain bikes||Bikes with fat tires|
|Tire Size||20" to 29" and widths up to 2.4"||20" to 29" and widths up to 2.4"||20" to 29" and widths 1. 95" up to 2. 8"||20” to 29” and widths 3" up to 5”|
|Product Dimensions||26" H x 5" W x 5" D||26" H x 5" W x 5" D||31.8 x 4.5 x 4.5||31.25" H x 6.75 W" x 5" D|
|Left or Right Swivel||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Mounting Hardware Included||✓||✓||✓||✓|
|Holds up to 77 lbs.||✓||✓||✓||✓|
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Steadyrack is the only thing I've found that will do the job. The primary feature that lets you pack bikes in tightly is the entire system allows the bike to pivot so it does not have to be perpendicular (90 degrees) to the wall.
The instructions are minimal. I recommend going on YouTube for the manufacturer's installation video. In the pack you are provided 4 lag bolts for installing in studs, and 4 companion anchors if you are installing into masonry.
The hardest part is planning your installation. In a limited space, I can almost guarantee you will not find a stud where you want to put at least one of the bikes. Rather than try to gin up some sort of board that bolt into the studs, which is messy and will look terrible, go to your hardware store and use expandable metal anchors, which will hold up to 80 pounds each. You put four of them in the wall to fasten the Steadyrack, and it will more than hold the rack & bike, especially since the Steadyrack is only rated for up to 110 pounds.
The rack itself is attractive, it folds up when you're not using it, the "beak-like" lip in front catches the wheel and lets you push it easily into the rack, and the front wheel is locked in.
So how did I get 5 bikes on the wall in such a tight space? Put the widest, tallest bike in the center of the wall, about 2 inches off the ground. Put a bike on either side as wide as you can fit, and raise them 3 inches up, that way the handlebars clear each other. Then the two last bikes are between the center bike and the adjacent bikes, placed about 30 inches off the ground. To get higher bikes in and out, you pivot the lower bikes out of the way.
- Easy to use
- Quick access saves time
- saves space
- Allows bikes to swing or pivot against the wall
- Bikes can be mounted as close as 14” apart and still pivot against the wall
- Relatively simple installation and online videos available
- Simple to put bike up and down
- not the cheapest solution
- Drywall anchors included are inadequate (try and use a wall stud)
I use the fender racks to hold two 26” beach cruisers with large front fenders. The bikes are held vertically with the rear tire just off the ground. Just tip the bike up on its rear wheel and roll it onto the rack. Then swing the bike to the side until the handlebar is against the wall (tires remain against wall while bike rotates side to side).
- Installation instructions state bikes can mount as close as 14”. This works for similar bikes (two beach cruisers or two mountain bikes), but with different types the handle bars can interfere with each other. You need to move them farther apart or stagger one higher off the ground (impacts ease of storage/retrieval)
- Drywall anchors included are totally inadequate. Do not use these to mount into Sheetrock without a stud. I used Snaptoggle anchors (Home Depot, etc.).
One reviewer marked this product down for the poor wall anchors. This isn’t unique to this product, included anchors are usually junk. Weight bearing items usually mount to a wall stud for support. I prefer not to pay extra for a product to include quality anchors, and if needed I purchase my own.
If your priorities are space and convenience I strongly suggest you look at this rack. The ceiling racks I used were hard for my wife and I to use, and way too difficult for my kids. The bikes just weren’t getting used. I hope this review is helpful in selecting a bike storage solution.
The only gripe I have is with the installation instructions. The method for calculating the mounting height is *way* off, especially for bikes with large tires. I had to add 2.5 inches for my mountain bikes and 1.5 inches for my dual sports with road tires. For bikes with big tires, it is extremely important that the rear tire not be touching the ground, or your bike will roll off the rack.
- Super compact storage due to swinging mount
- Unbelievably easy to roll on and off... no lifting at all
- Rock-solid construction
- Feels like it's worth more than it cost (and it ain't cheap!)
- Looks like they belong in a pro bike shop or the lobby of a trendy Silicon Valley start up
- All hardware included, even for concrete and masonry walls
- Installation instructions may only be for road bikes, so your mileage may vary
- Seriously, that's it