CyclingDeal Adjustable 1-6 Bike Floor Parking Rack Storage Stands Bicycle
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- Great Stands.
- Various types of rack arrangement , suitable for all your needs
- Flexible, Adjustable Fits all bikes
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Patented Product, absolutely easy to use
Very stable floor rack. The most stable floor rack we ever carry. We offer full refund if you are not happy.
Powder coated steel, very strong
Well organized with a joint(s), no tools needed to connect
Make the rack more stable using a joint(s)
Various types of rack arrangement
Best rack for expensive bikes to avoid scratches and touching the frames Disc Rotors or Cassettes
The only touching points are on back tire.
Adjustable to fit any type and any size of bike.
Adjustable for exactly fitting so more secure holding
Rubber protected base, suitable for indoor wood floors
Weight: 3 lbs/holder
Made in Taiwan
One year warranty
Package: 1 Bike Rack: 1 Holder WITHOUT joint; 2 Bike Rack: 2 Holders + 2 Joints; 3 Bike Rack: 3 Holders + 4 Joints.....
Note: if you are buying multi single bike racks which do NOT include any joint.
Color: 1 Bike Rack WITHOUT adaptor
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This stand generally lives outside under a covered patio with open sides. I took the stand indoors for the winter (basically, while daylight savings time went back to standard time for several months in southwest TN). Then right back outside once DST was back in effect. It has been rained on many times and has had zero issues. Rock solid! Here is a pic showing the actual clearance width. I have a new 29'er mountain bike with disc brakes, and still no clearance issues. Again, I cannot speak to the super fat tires may fit, but hopefully the pic helps.
I agree with another poster that these are for use inside a secured location, but that was my planned use anyway. Also a small schematic would be helpful as to reduce the anxiety for those who hate to put things together.
This purchase has contributed even more than I imagined to the organization of my garage.
I am placing the bikes in in alternating directions, and that works. The units have a trombone-style slide which clamps down firmly on one tire on each bike.
6 bikes taken care of! I have more bikes, as I do 6,000 miles per year, and might purchase a few more of these little babies.
As others have said, I wonder if the one-bike version of this would be stable enough around kids in the garrage, but there's no question that it was stable enough by the time I had even just three linked together. Also, this is clearly a rack designed for organization in a garage or shed rather than security. It would be difficult if not impossible to securely lock to it with a u-lock even if it were well anchored to a floor.
Linking the individual racks together was simple. Absolutely no need for the absent instructions, nor for any tools. With my six-bike rack, they sent ten linking brackets. That's enough to use one at the front and back of every joint, and twice what you could use if you wanted to assemble the racks into an angled pattern.