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Delta Cycle Leonardo Da Vinci Single Bike Storage Rack Hook Hanger for Vertical Indoor Garage
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|Brand||Delta Cycle & Home|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||12 x 7 x 5.25 inches|
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- TRUSTED QUALITY - For more than 30 years, the delta Single Bike Storage Hook has been the product you can rely on to hold your bicycle.
- SIMPLE INSTALLATION - Easily mount in any wall joint or stud. All mounting hardware included. Install in minutes, no assembly required.
- SPACE SAVING - Store you bike vertically. Keep the garage and floors cleared. Rubber sleeve prevents tire damage. Protective tire tray saves your walls from tire marks.
- FITS ANY BIKE - Holds one bike up to 2.5" tire rim. Suitable for bikes up to 40 lbs. For tires over 2.5" shop Leonardo Bike Storage Hook for fat tire.
- PREMIUM LOOK AND DESIGN - Featuring durable powdercoated silver finish and non-slip rubber coating protection, the Leonardo is elegantly designed to look good in any home, apartment, condo or office environment.
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Very easy to install for anyone with proper tools.
Not much to say. My son installed it himself (25 y/o male). Took about 20 minutes from opening the package to hanging the bike. Definitely worth the $, if anything changes (i.e. if it fails), I will update the review, otherwise 5 stars!
Dead simple instructions:
1) find wood studs
2) mark where the front tire will touch the wall
3) measure 12 inches above that mark, and make another mark
4) drill a pilot hole in mark above (from #3)
5) drill first screw in, but not all the way
6) line up the rack and mark the second hole
7) pilot hole the second hole
8) drill the second screw
9) tighten screws, give it a good tug to ensure it's on there
10) hang bike
11) place plastic wall protector where back tire touches wall
My only objection to this style of hanger (and its the same for all similar wheel-hung designs) is that when hung, the load on the front wheel is quite high, as a substantial portion the weight of the bike is carried on the wheel where it contacts the hanger, and it would be easy to damage a wheel or a spoke over time. Less likely for a MTB wheel, but a problem for light, skinny wheelsets. For my shiny new road bike with very light wheels, I added a long strap with an adjustable buckle behind the arcs that brace the wheel (see photos). When I hang my bike, I loop the strap back diagonally around the seatpost and cinch it up so no (or minimal) weight is placed on the wheel. If you get it just right, the wheel floats just off the hook. This is a bit of a fiddly solution, but it works great and I think my wheel will stay true. Another option would be to place a small bench just underneath the back wheel to support the bike and carry more of the weight there.
The second order came on time, packaged very neatly, a few scratches but no serious damage, and came with the screws this time but the screws are the super weak type almost like they’re plastic so I definitely recommend tossing them and getting a few sturdy tapcon screws to avoid having to do everything over again because no way are the included screws holding up a bike for any long period of time.
I never trust drywall to hold up anything over a pound, so I recommend anchoring these into the studs. Since I am using three hooks, soon to be five, I have a piece of 2X6 wood running the length of space I need and anchor that into the studs. This way I can space out the bike racks evenly and it looks great. With this method, no matter where you mount the rack, it'll be on a "stud". You can transform a cheap piece of wood with a couple of coats of stain and a few layers of polyurethane.
This is the best rack to use to hang your bikes on the wall.
Top reviews from other countries
I don't know why it is so hard to find a good bike rack, I had ones where the hook part is hinged so you have to lift the hook with one hand while lifting the bike with the other, even those that say they fit MTB tyres don't.
I use this for my MTB with 2" tyres, works great.
Decent product. Easy to install. Make sure it’s properly secure on the wall. This comes with nothing to protect the rear wheel from marking the wall so I’ve used some masking tape that does the job!
I went with a nut and bolt setup rather than the screws it came with to handle the weight of big mountain bikes.