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RAD Cycle Products Bike Lift Hoist Garage Mountain Bicycle Hoist 100LB Capacity (2-Pack)
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- Hooks are designed with a rubber coating to protect your bicycle from scratches
- Robust engineering allows you to lift heavy bikes-100lbs capacity
- For Ceilings up to 12ft
- Safe locking mechanism prevents accidental release
- Not the same as our competition; we use thicker rope and offer a lifetime warranty
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 6 x 9 inches|
|Item Display Weight||8 pounds|
|Item Weight||8 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||8.09 pounds|
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Get a two pack of the top rated / best selling bicycle hoist on the market! There is no such thing as not enough room for another bike. Store your bikes overhead and out of the way. Smooth pulleys and latches make lifting even heavy bikes super easy. The exclusive rope locking mechanism prevents unwanted release and can suspend one bike - 100 lb. load limit. Please note, you can mount this item as pictured or on a 2 x 4 and then onto the ceiling. RAD Cycle Products is an industry leader and backs it up with a warranty which is the best in the business!
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1. Use a 2x4 or a 2x6 to mount the pulleys to. (Get a 10 footer at a hardware store and most places will cut in half for you if you don't have a saw)
2. Throw the bags of screws they give you in the trash. They are terrible and you'll strip them before they are sunk into the wood. Get some deck screws while you are picking up your wood. Also get some lag bolts and washers to mount the 2x4 or 2x6 sections on to the joists.
3. Run the lines through the hooks and the pulleys before you mount it on the ceiling before you mount it. Tie the knot in the end of the front bracket before you mount it to the 2x4 or 2x6. I had to undo mine before I realized this would be easier if done before hand.
4. The nylon line included is super long. With the bike down give yourself a foot or two to use to pull the bike up and cut the rest off. Use a lighter to melt the end of the line where you cut it to prevent it from unraveling itself.
5. The hooks work fine and I did not need to bend mine at all. Just measure the distance between your handlebars and the back of your seat as the instructions indicate and you'll be fine. I can swing my bikes while they are mounted and they are not coming down.
6. The line brake works great but people are right I could see myself replacing the lines after a few years use.
7. The system is easy enough that my mother in law had no problems raising and lowering the bikes.
Are they perfect? No.
Does the rope kinda suck? Yes.
Does the rope have a weird tint that sticks to your hands? Yes.
Do the little rubber things at the end of the hoist bother you when they move? Yes.
Do you use them a lot? yes.
What does a lot mean? I use them daily on at least one of the bikes.
Have they ever failed on you? No.
Would you buy them again? Yes.
Bottomline, they work.
Quick Update Nov/2015: Years later, all the bike lifts still working as the first day, no fraying of the ropes, nothing. Still use them daily with at least one bike.
- Also ditched the "hook system" and used paracord loops and 300# carabiner-style clips to secure bikes.
- The included screws are somewhat cheap - replaced those and mounted hardware to painted 2x4x48" (std 8' stud cut in half).
- Attached completed assembly to ceiling joists with four 3 1/2" lag bolts with 1" washers. All holes in ceiling and 2x4s were pre-drilled to prevent cracking, binding or stripping.
Safe, strong and not too unsightly. Also easy to operate. 11' ceiling - 6' podium ladder was an absolute nesessity.
1. People claim their bike slips off the hooks... Move the hooks from the seat to the frame. (I'll post pics of mine) some seats are very thin and do not allow for the hooks to hook enough material, but you should have plenty of frame to attach to. The hooks are bendable and very strong.
2. The complaint that bikes go up unevenly is not the fault of the hoist. Depending on the bike, the weight of the bike can differ from front to back. Buy a balanced bike or as you hoist the bike, hold the lighter end down as you hoist it to the ceiling. If you have adjusted the hooks or hooked the bike securely it will not slip off. The bike will also level itself to the ceiling at the top in the event you are unable to guide your bike up.
3. Ceiling isn't tall enough... Can't help you there. My ceiling is about 9' and I can pull the hood of my wife's full size Dodge Ram truck under the bikes.
4. Hardware that comes with the system is ample enough to fasten to the ceiling joists in my garage. I was fortunate enough that my joists ran in the direction I wanted my brackets. If you run perpendicular to the joist, use a 1x4.
It is very easy to use, my 10 yo son can raise and lower his bike on his own.
In short, I love this product. $20+ to protect several thousand dollars worth of bikes is easy math.