|Item Weight||4.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21 x 13 x 14 inches|
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|Item model number||PSB-2L|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Limited|
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Racor Pro PSB-2L Double Folding Bike Rack
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- Wall-mount bike rack; stores 2 bikes
- Folds flat when not in use
- Shelf for helmet, lock, and accessory storage
- Easy installation with provided hardware
- Solid steel and coated with a durable epoxy finish for rust resistance
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Tired of leaning those bikes against the wall? Hang two of them on this wall-mounted folding bike rack from Racor for easy access and safer storage. When the rack isn't being used, it folds down and out of the way so you don't bump it when you walk by. A handy shelf feature is perfect for storing shoes or helmets. Easy for kids to use, the unit is made of solid steel and coated with a durable epoxy finish for rust resistance. No assembly required, the rack installs quickly to the wall with the included hardware.
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To be entirely sure of not having problems in the future I preferred to drill additional holes in the center plate. Now, the folding bike rack is fixed to the wall with 6 screws. I also did not feel confident in using the supplied screws; they were too small. So, I replaced them with a bigger and longer one. You can take by yourself a conclusion of what I wrote from my uploaded pics.
2 bikes do fit on this, but the picture with 2 bikes sitting perfectly straight and really close to each other is a bit ambitious. They must be the same dimensions. I push my mountain bike on as far as it will go with the front wheel still straight. The back wheel and the handlebar end touching the wall. then put my road bike on facing the other direction with the pedals passing through each other's the frame and wheel spokes. Then I can toss my helmet and gloves on top of the rack and top tubes. This might not work if both bikes were mountain bikes, but it works with this combination.
the shelf space is fairly minimal. i put my cycling shoes on it, which takes up the entire available space, so I end up storing my gloves in my helmet which hangs off one of the ends and I just clip my sunglasses box to the wiring and it hangs underneath.
otherwise, it functions as expected and does hold all of the cycling gear I currently use.
I mounted it properly into a stud in my apartment, and even though the arms were bending down when I put my bike on it (which is pretty light, under 20lbs-- well under the rated limit) I had no trouble with it, and put my bike on/off it maybe 10 times in total. Until today.
When I woke up this morning, the bike was dangerously close to falling off because the entire unit was pulling out of the wall (mounted into a stud!) The metal plate that fastens to the wall was bent almost into a 90 degree corner. I don't think I can return it in this condition, but I'm buying a rack that won't bend.
This rack might be good if you can drill all the way through and secure it with a nut/bolt/washer setup, but if you're just screwing it into the walls and use your bike more than a few times a month, I don't think it is capable of withstanding the stress.
One other thing, if you have cables on the under portion of your upper tube, you will have to slide it back and forth to find a good spot. Unfortunately when I put my bike in the hooked portion, it's right on some delicate parts of my cables, so I have to puch it back a few inches. no biggie really, just thought I would mention it.