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Racor PBS-2R Two-Bike Floor Bike Stand

by Racor
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  • Floor-rest bike stand
  • Stores 2 bikes in same or opposite directions
  • Constructed of tubular steel with durable epoxy finish; some assembly required
  • Includes 1 rack for 2 bikes; bikes not included
  • 30 by 24 by 22 inches; 13 pounds; 1-year warranty
  • This Bike rack does not fit commuter bikes with larger or wider tires
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Product Description

Sturdy construction — easy to assemble
Racor PBS-2R Floor Bike Stand

Bike storage is a real problem for many homeowners, but it does not have to be that way. Are bikes getting in the way? Leaning them againest a wall or leaving them on the floor a problem? Need extra room in your garage? Racor offers innovation bike stgorage solutions to help create a safe, organized places for the family's bikes, freeing up more precious garage space.


Floor Bike Stand Details
  • Holds 2 bikes on the floor
  • Sturdy steel construction
  • Epoxy Finish
  • Resin feet protects floors
  • Fits most tires
  • Easy to assemble; no installation needed
Store bikes in same direction
Preserve Valuable Garage Space

The Racor's Floor Bike Stand is a quick fix for your bike storage problems. You can safely and securely store two bikes on the floor so they won't tip over and scratch your car or harm other valuable belongings. The floor bike stand is designed so it can be assembled to hold bikes in the same direction or opposite directions, depending on your space.

The floor bike stand is designed to cradle your bikes tires holding the tire in the front, underneath, and on the side to keep it from falling. Resin feet protects your floor and keeps the stand in place. For better stability with smaller wheeled bikes, back rear wheel into the opposite side of stand (into upright tubes).

Store bikes in opposite directions
Package includes:

1 square tube, 2 tubular legs, 2 wheel supports, 4 upright tubes, 1 cross brace, 2 hex head bolts, 2 curved washers, 6 long screws, 8 short screws, 1 adjustable wrench, and 1 allen wrench.

About Racor

Racor has the largest variety of storage solutions to organize and store bikes, sports equipment, tools, lawn and garden supplies, bulky items like ladders and totes, and much more. Our long-lasting, space-saving storage products help gain control of your clutter and help homeowners "Reclaim their Garage".


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Technical Details
Part Number PBS-2R
Item Weight10.2 pounds
Product Dimensions29.2 x 2.6 x 8.5 inches
OriginChina
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Item model numberPBS-2R
ColorBlack
MaterialTubular Steel
Item Package Quantity1
Certificationcertified frustration-free
Warranty DescriptionLifetime
  
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Additional Information
ASINB000077CPJ
Best Sellers Rank #362 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic 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.
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Date First AvailableOctober 15, 2002
  
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127 of 128 people found the following review helpful By R. D Johnson on January 3, 2007
I've had this stand for over a year now. Took about five minutes to get it together. Held my 26" mountain bike just fine. I recently bought a new 26" MTB with disc brakes. The good news is that the disc rotors 'just barely' clear the support arms on this stand. You do have to futz with the bike's position on the stand a bit or the bike will 'lean' slightly on the rotor, but it isn't that hard to make it work. The bad news is that the support arm pairs are too close together to allow two mountain bikes of the same frame size to coexist peacefully in the same orientation. With front wheels inserted into the frame the handlebars clash big time. It works better if one bike has the front wheel in the frame and the other the rear wheel. The handlebar of one bike will still contact the seat of the other bike, but a simple turn of the handlebar on the outward-facing bike fixes this. This stand was obviously designed for two road bikes side-by-side, not MTBs. It would probably also be OK with two bikes of different frame sizes. Other than that, though, it's plenty sturdy and works well.
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120 of 130 people found the following review helpful By J.M. on December 6, 2007
Doesn't fit my 26 inch mountain bike. If I put the front tire in it hits the disc brake, If I put the back tire in it hits the derailleur. It looks like it is sturdy and would work well with other types of bikes, just wanted to let people with disc brakes know that they should pick a different stand.
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60 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Michael J. Edelman TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 6, 2003
This Racor unit is pretty much the same thing you'll see in bicycle shops. It's solidly made, and heavy enough to keep a pair of bikes standing upright.
Who needs it? Anyone with kids, I think. Getting kids to park their bikes somewhere that (1) you won't back over them with the car (2) you won't trip over them coming out of the house is always a struggle; just getting them to do something other than simply drop them on the ground where they got off can be a major task.
This stand makes that task just a little easier by providing a fixed place to stash the bikes with little or no effort. Place one on the back porch and one in the garage and you'll always know where the bikes are. Oh, and if you're an adult with a lot of bike riding friends, place one or two by your side door. Your friends will appreciate it!
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By "45mouton" on July 2, 2003
It is a well-designed bike stand made of sturdy steel members. Assembly is required and should take about 10-15 mintures. The front wheel of the bike rests securely in the front slot of the stand -- no kick stand needed. If you are tired of your bikes collapsing on each others in the garage, this is a good investment.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Growling Tamaraw on May 29, 2014
Bought this to serve as a stylish way to prop up my 2 bikes (flat-bar road and true road), both having 700c wheels. This rack is decent, but one must be VERY CAREFUL when sliding their bike's wheels into the slot(s). If the user truly cares about his/her bike(s) they would quickly realize that if they're not extra careful, the wheel spokes could lean against any of these metal slots, deforming the wheel and making it untrue. Any cyclist or biker don't want that to happen, ever.

The design also makes it one-dimensional in terms of usability, meaning only the front wheel of the bike is to be used into the slot. If the bike is parked in reverse, the rear derailleur will hit the stand, possibly messing it up. Again no cyclist would want to deal with this problem.

This bike stand would be perfect if:
a) The design of the wheel slots would be wider (meaning the slots are equally spaced far apart) so the bikes' handlebars wouldn't have to jam against each other;
b) The wheel slots be angled perfectly so that it won' hit the derailleur or the spokes of the wheel

I'm 'lukewarm' with regards to recommending this product.
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By cajunbuoy on August 9, 2005
Sturdy construction, nice to look at, and at the right price. What sold me was the fact that you can have both bikes facing the same direction.

I only had 3 minor issues. When I carried the package inside after it was delivered, a washer and a bolt fell out of one of the box seams. I opened it up to find that the little baggie that held the hardware was cut open in transit by it contents, and parts were strewn all over inside the box. Luckily, everything was present and accounted for, but the hardware is pretty basic and nothing I couldn't have replaced at my local hardware store. I'm just glad I didn't have to.

The second issue is that, for the life of me, I can't get the thing to sit perfectly flat. I loosened and re-adjusted the screws 3 times, and it's still a bit off kilter (one corner is always about 1/4 inch off the ground).

Lastly, it was pretty stinky when I got it out of the box, but that went away in a couple of days.

It should be known that none of these issue are dealbreakers. The rack does its job well in a limited amount of space, it was relatively inexpensive, and it's not unsightly like some of the other racks out there. And once it's assembled, this thing is bombproof.

Assembly was fairly intuitive and I almost got by without reading the instructions. What took me 20 minutes to assemble may only take you 10 minutes. Just don't don't tighten all the screws down before it's fully assembled and you can do it without instructions. The instructions say this plainly, but of course...

Anyway, I'm glad that I didn't have to spend a bunch of dough to get exactly what I needed. The manufacturer just needs to use a sturdier bag for the hardware. Overall I'm pleased with the purchase. You probably will be too. Just let it air out in the back yard overnight...
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