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Topeak Dual Touch Bike Storage Stand

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4.4 out of 5 stars 155 customer reviews
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  • Includes two bike mounts with room for up to four mounts
  • Great for house or garage
  • 30 degree adjustment on bike holders to accommodate bikes with sloping-up tubes
  • QR locking stepper foot secures stand
  • Weight Capacity: 39.7 pounds per mount; 158.7 pounds per stand
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Dimensions 6.75 inches x 76.5 inches x 6.25 inches 3.5 inches x 17 inches x 3.5 inches 3.25 inches x 16.75 inches x 3.75 inches 94 inches x 14.5 inches x 9.5 inches
Item Package Weight 12.8 pounds 2 pounds 2.1 pounds 11.8 pounds
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Display and storage racking for bikes.
  • Arms adjust 30 degrees
  • Quick-release for height adjustment
  • Stands fully extended at 10.5 feet or 123 inches

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An elegant solution for storing your bikes, the Topeak Dual Touch Bike Storage Stand looks great in the house or in the garage. It includes two bike mounts with room for up to four mounts (extra mounts optional; not included). Bike holders adjust from 0-30 degrees to accommodate bikers with sloping up tubes and has a large knob that adjusts quickly and securely. The handlebar stabilizer keeps the front wheel from turning and the QR locking stepper foot secures the stand.

Features:

  • 2 Bike mounts included
  • Holds maximum 4 bikes
  • 30 degree adjustment on bike holders to accommodate bikes with sloping-up tubes
  • Handle bar stabilizer keeps front wheel from turning
  • QR locking stepper foot secures stand
  • Large knob adjusts quickly and securely
  • QR for height adjustment up to 10 feet, 6 inches
  • Folding: QR Clamps
  • Base: QR Rubber Covered Foot

Specifications:

  • Material: 6061 T6 Tubes
  • Weight Capacity: 39.7 pounds per mount; 158.7 pounds per stand
  • Dimensions: 17.3 by 7.1 by 126 inches (L x W x H)
  • Weight: 11.02 pounds


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Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 76.5 x 6.2 x 6.8 inches ; 13 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.8 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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  • ASIN: B000FIE4WC
  • Item model number: 68001004
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (155 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #111,572 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here [PDF]

From the Manufacturer

Topeak Dual-Touch Bike Stand

An elegant solution for storing your bikes. Looks great in the house or in the garage.

Handlebar Stabilizer

Handlebar stabilizer keeps front wheel from turning

Handlebar Stabilizer

Bike Holders

Adjustment Knob

Locking Stepper

Customer Reviews

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I really wanted this product to work. Its very well made - german engineering. The concept is great - nothing to drill in the walls.
I read the other reviews, and understand why some like and some didn't like. I spent several hours over three days, and discovered that it depends on the surfaces you are installing it on (ceiling and floor). If you are putting this on carpet, with a textured ceiling - something for it to grab onto - it works. If you are putting it on a smooth concrete floor (in your garage, for example), or a smooth piece of wood (like in an unfinished ceiling in your garage), the stand doesn't grip tight enough and tends to move slightly. Under the weight of bikes, and with vibration from the garage door opener, it can fall over.
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The Topeak Dual Touch has worked out extremely well for me.. After reading the reviews and complaints I put in motion my own plan to stabilize. I've read that some people have had the misfortune of a fall. Not good! My intention was to remedy this by simple means. I've found my remedy is fool proof. It may not be for some, but for the handy it turns this product into a worry free product. And a not so difficult installation.. I've simply added a 12 inch - 2 layer circular medallion on the top level. 2 plys of wood, each 3/4 inch. One layer uncut and one layer cut out for the top footing to set in. Fixed with only 3 drywall screws to the ceiling. This fixes the two issues I've seen buyers fuss over. One - it allows for a snowshoe footing for the drywall ceiling - no punch thru or cracking. And two - it allows for the small but dangerous changes that occur in climate changes. Even if my Topeak loosens under full weight of 2 bikes It cannot break free.. Hope this helps..
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Ok, I read all the reviews and obviously there is a design flaw, the rubber caps on the end cups do not hold. Kind of weird they would be so cheap when the rest of it is so well made. So I was going to do as another person suggested and just screw something to the ceiling to act as a retaining ring of some sort. NOT Necessary! I took off the terrible rubber cap on the top, or should I say it fell off. I went to the store to buy a bumper for a door knob, but instead bought for $1 at the dollar store those rubber grips to open tight jars. The pole holds 240 pounds or should I say me. I also have 2 more grips for another one I am going to buy. I would recommend this to anyone. Jay
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Unlike the leaning type of bike stands, this unit really does save a TON of space. I now have my road bike and my mountain bike in the bedroom of my small apartment, tucked behind the door. It is great. The nicest feature is the adjustability of the hooks, so you can hang just about any bike geometry. The padded hooks are kind to bike frames, too. And it took me about 10 minutes to set up, and was easy to move when I moved some furniture.
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Something tells me the negative reviewers didnt read the directions.
1) Mount the stand under a CEILING JOIST. Drywall is very flexible, a ceiling joist is not.
2) Adjust stand until just touching ceiling.
3) Use a carpenters level to level the stand.
3) Lock quick release. Press down on lock plate. It takes a considerable amount of force to push down on the lock plate.
If you follow those simple instructions, this stand is not going to fall over. Our house is within 100yds of a freight railroad line. When a coal shipment comes through once a month the entire house shakes. The stand shakes, the bikes shakes, but it doesnt budge.

Overall the stand is worth the price premium over the cheaper stands. Easy to adjust. Quality finish. Its the best indoor rack I have ever used.
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This is the perfect storage solution for people who want/need to store their bikes up and out of the way indoors but can't attach something to the walls (i.e., renters). With additional hangers, it can support up to four bikes using both sides. It's very adjustable to support nearly any kind of bike and it only took a few tries to get it to fit my full suspension MTB just right. For a hardtail or road bike, it's even easier.

Because this uses pressure between the floor and ceiling, make SURE you set it up directly below a joist or use an 18" section of 2x4 to span between two joists. Otherwise, the only support you'll have is the drywall or plaster. If the drywall doesn't crack when you first put it up, you'll likely have the rack falling over at some point since it won't have enough pressure to keep resisting gravity in the long run.
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Had this for 15 months and this is not very stable. Maybe due to the seasonal contraction and expansion in my garage, the spring tension in the pole has given way at least 3 times, twice the stand slipped off the ceiling joist stud on its own. But once it is installed, it is great but if you live in a zone where the temps in your garage varies greatly with the season, watch out!!!
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I'm very happy with this stand so far. I bought it to store my mountain bike and my road bike in my laundry room. The room has a slick vinyl floor and drywall ceiling, but all four walls are plaster against solid brick, so a wall-mounted rack wasn't practical. It is very important to place the stand directly under a ceiling joist. If you have flat ceilings, joists are easy to locate with a cheap stud-finder. To alleviate my worries about the base slipping on the vinyl floor, I took a scrap of non-slip rug pad (shelf liner would work too, something like this: Griptex Wonderliner Extra 20 by 60-Inch Roll, White) and cut out a circle the same size as the base of the stand to help create some friction with the floor. Then it's just a matter of getting the stand good and tight, which wasn't difficult.

Like some of the other commenters, I was concerned because the brake cable on my road bike runs underneath the top tube of the frame, which can lead to pressure on the cable when its sitting on the hooks. I solved this problem though. There are two metal fittings/guides welded to the underside of the frame that keep the cable in place. I just adjusted the width between the hooks to the same spacing, and now the bike sits on the aluminum fittings rather than the brake cable.

I am thinking about buying the Topeak Handlebar Stablizer for Bike Stand. I've had no problem with the road bike (which I keep on top since it's lighter), but the mountain bike wheel tends to turn sideways and get in the way as I'm walking by.
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