|Item Package Dimensions L x W x H||43 x 11 x 6 inches|
|Package Weight||23.25 Pounds|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||43 x 11 x 6 inches|
|Item Weight||23.25 Pounds|
|Brand Name||Feedback Sports|
|Country of Origin||Taiwan|
|Warranty Description||3 Year|
|Model Name||Velo Cache 2 Bike Storage Rack|
|Suggested Users||Bike Tools|
|Number of Items||1|
Feedback Sports Velo Cache 2 Bike Storage Rack
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- Ideal bicycle storage for the sophisticated eye
- Soft rubber contact points protect glossy, matte and naked frame finishes
- 3-leg design for 2 bikes (additional 4th leg and cradle arms optional for up to 4 bikes)
- Cradle arms can be independently height adjusted to hold all types and sizes of bikes
- 40lbs (18kg) weight capacity per cradle pair – 160lb (73kg) total
- Modular cradle and basket attachments create space for up to 4 bikes and cycling equipment
- Available in black or silver
From the manufacturer
Headquartered in Golden, Colorado, Feedback Sports offers a full line of professional grade bicycle repair stands, precision bike tools, elegant bicycle storage products and innovative bike trainers. Our products are a reflection of our internal passion as dedicated cyclists, racers and skilled mechanics. With products in use at the Tour de France, World Championships, and the highest level of every discipline of cycling, our products are the choice of discerning cyclists globally. With a priority on customer experience, the dependability and durability of our products are reinforced with our service department located in Colorado, USA.
Every day we work hard and play hard. We design premium products for discerning cyclists and focus on precision, durability and uncompromising quality. We support our customers, our community and our industry. We strive to be good stewards of cycling. Feedback Sports aspires to be a known and respected brand in the cycling industry, but more importantly, we aim to be a company that others want to work with. Today, our products are found in over 50 countries around the world, and we’re just getting started. We invite you to join our ride.
Perfect for Mountain Bikes
Nobody knows why your bike has a hollow crank spindle, but it does. Why not make the most of that space and use it to store and work on your bike? The Scorpion is compatible with 13, 18 and 20mm hollow crank spindles on either side of the bike. The design elevates the rear wheel and lends itself to lite bike maintenance, like chain lubrication and frame cleaning. As with all our products, when not being used it folds in to a compact, portable or stow-able footprint until it’s needed again. Available in Black, Red, and Turquoise.
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ENGINEERED IN GOLDEN, COLORADO, USA
All our products are engineered in Golden, Colorado, USA. Our designs are a result of nearly 100 years of combined expertise - we ride and we race, and we wrench on bikes. We prioritize designs that make cycling just a little easier - we Simplify Your Cycling.
Adaptable & On-Trend
Because we engineer our products, we create features with real user benefits. Our elegant home and commercial bike storage options evolve with bicycle manufacturing standards, so our stands always match your bike's unique specifications.
Modular & Thoughtful Concepts
One, two, three or four bikes? Accessory basket? Many of our home bike storage products are engineered with modular designs, allowing you to decide how many bikes you need to display and where to put your helmet, shoes, gloves or hydration pack. Our Velo Cache, Rakk, and Rakk XL each have the ability to adapt to your bike storage needs.
We love our bikes, just like you. So we design our products to make displaying your bike easy, and ensure the way your bike is supported is safe, because that's what we want for ours.
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Now, with a new car in the garage, I didn't want a repeat of the tumbling bikes situation, but needed to go vertical again because I just don't have that many options in our smallish, densely packed (but neatly, I swear) garage. This rack did the trick.
First off, this is good-looking piece. I got the plain aluminum and it's just gorgeous. It would do justice to the interior of anyone's house if you wanted to keep it inside. Besides the brushed aluminum pole, the other bits are heavily powder-coated, so they're slick and should stay beautiful and corrosion free. It's solid as a rock, with no wobble I can detect with the two vertical pieces screwed together.
Assembly only requires a few moves, but it's a bit tricky. There is some fiddling and holding of several pieces at once while you tighten down the leg assembly on the bottom pole section, and the instructions fail to note that there is an "up" (with tiny holes to attach the top piece and a "down." Had to do it twice. But once assembled the whole piece is mechanically solid and smartly built -- a thick top plate fastens to a matching plate on the bottom with the legs arranged in between with molded nubs locking them into position. One leg faces straight forward, so it's extremely strong and stable. It feels like an industrial / commercial grade piece of equipment, and I have no fear whatsoever it will tip over.
With the legs attached and the pole assembled, the arms slide into a track with small metal backing plates and tighten down with two short Allen-head screws each. That's a little fussy too, because one you have them slotted in, if you back out a screw too far in adjusting things, the back plates move around and you often have slide the whole arm up and out and re-insert it. It took a while to get the bikes where I wanted them (one has an unusual slanted top tube). But again, it's a solid, dead-simple system. The backing plates are solid powder-coated metal, and the track is built into the aluminum poles. It feels like nothing's going anywhere once you tighten things down. And because the arms move up and down independently, you can deal with an unusual top tube to get the balance right.
Now that it's up, I don't know why I suffered with the inferior floor-to-ceiling friction pole thing for so long. The Velo unit just exudes quality and doesn't cost any more.
Five stars for solving an annoying, potentially dangerous problem in my garage.
The arms allow for a decent amount of adjustment, plenty enough for my road bike and gravel bike. Both of my bikes are rather large (58cm frame) and there is enough room for both.
I also purchased the basket to go with the stand, and it's also nice. I can fit my helmet, gloves, chain lube, chain cleaner, tail ight, psi gauge, etc.. with room for more stuff. I highly recommend the basket to go along with the stand.
I HAVE NO CLUE HOW IN THE HECK SOME EVALUATORS GAVE IT 5 STARS. They must have received a different product than the one I received.
Assembly went quickly; you just need a philips-head screwdriver, maybe two: medium and larger. A hex key is supplied. The instructions are a little cryptic, but if you've assembled furniture before this will come as no surprise. I put a moving blanket on the floor to prevent scratches, and it went together quickly. The legs have rubber tips, also to prevent scratches to flooring.
The rack is really sturdy, stable and free-standing; it does not need to lean against anything. Impressive design.
It seems to fit "most" bikes via the arms, which are padded. I have an old Specialized FSR X/C from the turn of the century which does not seem to fit well because of the odd shape, but that was no surprise -- my old rack didn't really fit it either (the rack was a "leaning" design). For my purposes it fits my other (even older) Trek 930 just fine and gets it off the floor, which was the main reason for buying.