Reviewed by Kellie from Los Angeles on Wednesday, September 24, 2014
My husband and I both commute by bike, and we found this to keep our two bikes off the floor of our tiny house.
No tools to install, just make sure you find a stud above, so you don't punch throughout he ceiling.
We added some screws to the top, for any movement we will get, but not necessary unle...
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Reviewed by Toasty in Ohio from Ohio on Saturday, May 30, 2015
That is what my wife said after our two surly bike were hanging on our wall. It was easy to set up and it works well. It saves a lot of space and it looks great. I am so grateful to have found this. One reviewer wisely recommended to align on or close to a stud. We found that it did not need to be super tight, just enough. We are grateful.
Reviewed by NewEnglander from CT on Thursday, May 28, 2015
One important note on this product is that there is a 30 lb. weight limit on the upper rack. The pole will flex a bit.
however, it will store two bikes as featured. Assembly is easy . Design could be better,utilizing heavier gauge
tubing though. I ended up placing a kids bike on the top rack.