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Delta Michelangelo Two-Bike Gravity Stand

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  • Features Easy-Adjust arms to accommodate any bike
  • Maximum Load 80lbs
  • Premium quality silver powder coat finish
  • Maximum load of 100 pounds
  • Easy to assemble; required hardware included
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Product Description

Product Description

The Dyna Drive features one-piece die cast aluminum crank arms and is compatible with JIS square taper bottom brackets. The Dyna Drive comes complete with CNC finished AL7075 T6 stamped chain ring.


Store your bikes out of the way and keep your floor free from clutter with the ingenious Delta Michelangelo dual bike stand. Because it relies on gravity and requires no drilling into the walls, it's a great choice for apartments and homes. It leans against the wall and has rubber-tipped legs that keep it in place on the floor. The independently adjustable arms can accommodate any style bike. It can hold a maximum of 100 pounds (50 pounds per bike). Perfect for any indoor environment, this stylish rack features a silver epoxy powdercoat. It's easy to assemble and comes with required hardware, printed instructions, and a lifetime guarantee against defects.

About Delta Cycle
For more than 20 years, Delta Cycle has created useful cycling products with a mission to make an innovative difference. The company works hard to make their products better and deliver superior value. Delta Cycle offers only a small, concentrated product line that represents the best there is in each category.

From the Manufacturer

Delta Cycle Michelangelo

Leans against wall, no attachment required.

Delta Cycle Michelangelo
Unordinary Gear for the Practical Cyclist

For more than 20 years, Delta Cycle has designed elegant cycling accessories and storage solutions to complement a multitude of spaces and lifestyles.

Delta Michelangelo Two Bike Gravity Stand

Requires no drilling into walls

Stable, adjustable, attractive and assembles in minutes. Perfect for garages and apartments where space is limited. You'll be amazed at the space gained by elevating your bikes.

  • Maximum load 80 lbs (35 Kg)
  • Dimensions approx: 83" x 19.75" x 16" (2108 x 502 x 406 mm)

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 84 x 12 x 12 inches ; 4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 12.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B000ACAM38
  • Item model number: RS6002
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (298 customer reviews)
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Customer Reviews

Easy to assemble and works great.
Michael R. Meliton
It is very light weight yet holds two bikes very stable.
Great product that is very sturdy and looks good.
Aaron Granger

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

125 of 130 people found the following review helpful By K. Yasuhara on November 25, 2005
I use this rack in my apartment to keep my bikes away from rain and thieves. I like that this rack requires no wall-drilling and keeps bikes flat against the wall (rather than sticking out like those racks that hang bikes by their front wheels.) I'm very impressed with its stability, considering the rack itself is pretty light. There's only one contact point with the wall, which has a big, rubber end (like the two feet) so it won't scratch or mark. The feet stick to my carpeted floor quite securely, and my guess is that they'd work well on noncarpeted surfaces, too. The hooks that hold up your bike have a generous, rubbery coating, so they won't scratch up your frame. I keep two bikes on the rack, with my regular commuter on the lower one, and the rack is quite stable, even when only the upper bike is on it. For those of you who care, the rack is manufactured in China, so I'm sure Delta's making a fortune, but I had lots of trouble finding a U.S.-made alternative.
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116 of 123 people found the following review helpful By The Pessimist on October 20, 2006
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* It's hard to find a (two) bike storage solution that cheaper than this ($50)
* Decent quality and finish (but read on)
* Works on carpeted surfaces (check out the images I posted)
* Can be installed over a heater (with room to spare)
* Arms have padded hooks that hold my Kestrel (with a fairly unusual top bar x-section) OK. I think it'll work with any bike.

Cons: (most have been pointed out in earlier reviews)
* The 2-3 threads for the bolts to hold on to is definitely not enough for this weight bearing construction
* Almost impossible to take the bike off without changing position of the arms
* Arms are too long, thus the bike is too far from the wall taking up substantially more space than it would have taken if it just stood next to the wall without any rack. The other consequence is that the front wheel has too much room to turn, taking even more space. The latter might be more of a problem for front-heavy triathlon bikes, but I'd still watch out for that.
* The top of the rack needs to be chained down to the wall (hardware is provided), but that limits rack's portability (which is not what you'd immediately think after reading Amazon's product description)
* The whole construction is a little bit springy-flimsy ... but I don't think I would have been any happier had I bought something else. I decided on this rack after 2-3 months of looking around ... I guess this is what you get for 50 bucks.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Emily Pace on June 4, 2014
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If I were just reviewing the bike rack (not the arms), I would give it four stars. I like the design, we had no trouble with misaligned holes, and it works well in the foyer of our apartment to hold two bikes (one women's, one men's). I ordered this item April 12, it arrived April 15, and on April 17 I contacted Delta Bikes directly as the rubberized ends on one pair of arms (where the arm connects to the rack) had already broken after taking my bike on and off a few times as we were trying to get the placement of the arms correct. Other than the rubberized ends being terrible, the arms seem very solid. I was told by Delta Bikes on April 17 that they would put replacement ends in the mail that day, and this was a quality issue they were already aware of. As the next month was a bit crazy and we didn't take the bikes off the rack, we gave no thought to the fact that the replacements ends had not yet arrived. I contacted Delta Bikes again on June 2 to see why the replacements had not yet arrived, and was told that they would look in to it, send another set, and email me the tracking number. As of today (June 4) I had received no such email, so I contacted them again. Apparently they had gotten my email address wrong, but the replacement ends did ship and are to be delivered later today. I have instructions on replacing the ends, so hopefully I can get them on the arms with no problem and that they will be higher quality than the previous set.

I will update the review (and the rating) after the replacement.
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53 of 70 people found the following review helpful By N. Choi on January 26, 2006
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I needed two bike stands as my roommates and I have quite a few bikes together. After a while of online search, this one seems to fit the bill. I live in an apartment, and drilling on walls is not an option. So I order one from amazon right away, to see if it is really as good as the reviewers said.

A day later, after a stroll in a local major department store, I found apprantly the same one for significantly less! So I thought this is the first time I got something for a higher price than in amazon. I bought it from the store right away. I unpacked it, and found the quality not to be as good as reviewed. The paint seemed like it will peel, and in some places it looks badly welded. In fact in the process of assembly, the threads on some of the screws got so badly worn I had to exchange for another one at the store. The exchanged one I got still has a worn screw in the vertical tube, and other assorted quality problems. The stand is holding up only because of gravity. So I thought I had a sub-par product, with another one coming.

However, when I got one from amazon, I immediately noticed the difference. The packaging is different. The content is also different in small but significant ways. The design and the assembly instructions are the same, but the one from amazon has higher quality paint on. The screws and the hex key are much better. Instead of one hex key for all the screws as in the inferior version, there are two hex keys, each of a different size. The thicker hex key is used to tighten the arms, because that requires more force and thus more susceptable to thread wearing. I set it up without the problems I encountered in assembling the one I got from the major store. It's much sturdier. I can tighten the arms better without worrying about messing up the screws.
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