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Cycloc Recycled Wall Mounted Bike Rack: Black

by Cycloc

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  • The black Cycloc is produced from 100% recycled post industrial plastic
  • Maximum tube size: The Cycloc can comfortably accommodate tube diameters up to 65mm
  • Adjustable wall mounting system works well with many frame types
  • Built-in storage space is ideal for keeping lights, gloves and other cycling accessories
  • Rubber grip points secure the bike and protect the finish

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Product Description

Cycloc provides a practical solution to bike storage in the shop, home, or office.

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 6 pounds
  • ASIN: B00578FMSU
  • Item model number: Cycloc Rack
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #383,605 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Malibu West on April 15, 2012
I've got a large studio/apartment that I work out of. I try to blend work/studio space with personal space. The Cycloc is a stylish way to mount by bike and incorporate it with artwork, bookshelves and lighting.

I have two bicycles, one of which is an Electra Townie. The Townie is a very stylish cruiser and has a curved, angled frame. When mounting the Cycloc, the base has a triangle of mounting points. Mounting the triangle "point up" vs. "base up" makes a difference in the rotation of the main mount. With the curved frame of the Townie it makes a very big difference. Most of the pictures of the mounted bikes you see have straight line frames where the Cycloc is holding them.

My two are mounted on a cinderblock wall and I used three 1/4" sleeved anchors, and positioned the 'triangle" where the mounts were in two different blocks so as not to risk a single block splitting. The bikes are heavy enough that the mount needs to be rigid as possible. Drywall mounting would require toggle bolts, or if mounted on a stud, wood screw and toggle bolt combo is something to consider.

I mounted the base with one anchor and briefly attached the mount to see where the bike would balance the way I wanted it to. That's when I discovered that with the angled frame, there was limited rotation to the mount that changed depending on how the base was mounted.

Once the base is mounted, there's three small machine screws, nuts and washers that attach the bike mount to the base. There's no way to fasten the mount before mounting the base. My advice is to put a bit of tape on the three screws from the back to keep them fully forward and easy to grab so they don't push back or rotate when you go to put the washer and screw the nut on them. Tightening the nut securely was easy to do with a long socket and extension.

The finished installation with the bike(s) in place go very well with the rest of the area.
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I saw a video of this via product via a tech website. It looked very cool and practical. I ordered the product in Orange and looked forward to receiving it. I will summarize the assembly and mounting experience as somewhere between assembling a truckload of the worst Ikea products ever designed, and water torture.

First, in order to hang a bike with mountain bike-style handles you need to install an extender that comes with the unit. The only problem is that there are 3 screws that lock the main unit and the extender together but they are almost impossible to connect without the screws falling out during the process. I am very handy with tools and I just about threw my toolbox through the window after 2 hours of messing with this.

Second - if your bike handle bars are wider than 23" (most mountain bikes), even the extender will not give you enough wall clearance.

I fixed problems 1 and 2 by attaching the extender to a 1" piece of plywood first and then connecting the main piece. The plywood gave enough clearance for the handle bars and allowed me to use gravity to hold the 3 screws in place while attaching the main unit. I also figured that 7 screws and wall anchors would more securely hold the entire assembly in place. That leads me to problem 3.

Third - So I finally had the unit assembled and I hung my bike. Everything looked okay but I started to think of cantilever forces. I took the bike down and checked the wall anchors - no problems. I placed the bike back on the mount, and applied a VERY gentle pressure to the handlebars. The top 4 anchors, all rated for 25 pounds each, all started pulling from the wall. I was lucky enough to catch the bike and mount before they fell too far.
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1 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mark H on August 27, 2012
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Installation is far less flexible than it appears, and I was only able to mount my bike with the chain facing out. This is not idea as now it is exposed for someone to run into it and I'd much prefer to have the drivetrain against the wall as it is usually pretty dirty. It is nearly impossible to store things in the middle, as they always fall out. I think you'd be better off buying something cheaper even if it is slightly less attractive.
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