|Item Weight||1.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||14 x 13 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||PSB-1R|
|Finish||Black Epoxy Finish|
|Installation Method||wall mount|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Limited|
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Racor Pro PSB-1R Single Folding Bike Rack
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This bike rack is definitely a solid buy for the price. The rack holds my 2012 Kona Jake very well. The only downside is that the bike is a short distance from the wall, but enough to cause the front wheel to be able to swivel around in a way that makes either the handlebar or wheel make contact with the wall before it settles. I don't want tire marks all over my wall, so I lean the handlebar against the wall and all is good. The alternative was to put some type of temporary wallpaper on the area that the wheel touches the wall, but I didn't want to go through the hassle.
For 10 bucks, this rack is a solid way to keep your bike up on the wall in this configuration. If I leave my garage open, I can even lock my bike to this rack for added security (definitely not completely secure, but I'm in a good neighborhood, so it's really a non-issue). I leave my helmet on top of the rack too, so it's nice as extra shelf space.
If you have a heavy bike, like >35 lbs, I would stray away from this rack and find something a little more sturdier. If you have a <30 lbs bike, this is definitely good enough to hold it up along with any extra gear on the shelf.
First, I find that the "hump" in the holder, where you would typically put the first bike, is too far from the wall. All my bikes are drop-bar road bikes and if I put the bike here the wheel turns about 45 degrees from the wall and causes the wheel to stick out. I've personally addressed this by putting some padding over the "shelf" area of the rack and sliding my bike all the way in against the wall.
As far as putting two bikes... with the first bike mounted all the way in as I've described above, I could mount two bikes. With the first bike mounted where it's "supposed" to go I cannot. First is the turned front wheel issue. Second, is the fact the bikes are too close together and end up touching.
In summary, the rack isn't ideal for holding one or two bikes. I will concede that most racks of this kind aren't really suitable for holding two bikes without crowding, but the distance from the wall problem is worse than the other brands I own.
Exactly as advertised. Great wall rack. Perfect for most types of bikes, but I wouldn't take my chances on a really heavy bike since their is no reinforcement arm...just the two screws that hold the bracket to the wall. Perfect for lighter bikes, and kids bikes. I also like the ability to fold up out of the way when not in use.
I had it fixed into a brick wall - so had to buy new anchors because the ones that come with it are puny. Even with the new anchors it came off of my wall in a couple of weeks (had 2 bikes on it). The holes in the rack aren't really big enough to hold anchors much bigger, so I don't know what you'd do....
In terms of fitting bikes on it - I had 2 on it, but the outside one wouldn't sit properly, it sat with the front slightly raised and off the arms because I just couldn't get enough clearance.....pedals would get in the way, or handlebars resting on seats. I got enough for them both to sit there, just not quite 100% flat on the arms.
Then there's the arms.....they come coated in a nice rubbarized(?) black plastic. Within a week it had started splitting and by the end of the month it had completely came off one of the arms and was shredded on the other. That was the final straw, so I returned it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was really easy to install and it already comes with the screws you have to use. I definetely recommend this product.Published 9 days ago by Emilio Sanchez
Rack definitely holds two bikes just like advertised. Very easy to install. Make sure you install into stud exactly as it says. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Paula Toole
Live in a big city has among its principal disadvantages to having little space. If you are a cyclist you may have serious problems if you do not have a common area where to store... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Romualdo F.
Just what I expected. installed easily and seems really sturdy. Fit my two mountain bikes just fine.Published 1 month ago by JV