Holding the bike on the pedal.
Please make sure all 3 bolts are mounted on the stud securely. Please watch the video in the listing for more details.
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If you take your time and plan carefully you can stack multiple bikes on the wall. This product does not include the little shelves for the tires--I bought those separately from home depot. If you have bikes with really wide bars you may need to add a spacer.
Strong, simple, functional, no frills design. As with other products of this sort (DaHanger for example), the upper drilled holes are too wide apart for both screws to make solid contact in standard U.S. wall studs (2x4's which are actually 1.75x3.5). If you're a U.S. purchaser, be sure to research and use one of the hanging techniques that other customers have come up with to deal with the issue and achieve a solid, reliable anchor that will safely hold the weight of your bike. One other minor issue to mention (and suggestion to the manufacturer): the length of the lower section is sized to fit anything from a small clipless pedal to an oversize flat. While this single "one size fits all" works, overall, and is certainly an economical solution for the manufacturer, it means that if you have small pedals, your bike hangs at a steeper angle from the wall than absolutely necessary. A product specifically sized for smaller pedals (or designed with some adjustability in the length of the lower section) would allow a more upright hang position and save space.
Great for narrow spaces. clean solution for multiple bikes. You can really get the bike out of the way if you put it up high enough because the wheels are so close to the walls and the handelbars will be higher than your head. This worked well for us with multiple bikes in a tight 2 car garage with 2 cars parking in and out regularly. Normally I put hooks in the ceiling and hang by the wheels but the ceiling was too high. Make sure you locate on the center of a stud. Carefully locate the stud since this has a relatively wide hole pattern for a single stud. You can do some test holes with a tiny drill bit after you think you found the stud to be extra sure you are centered on the stud.
My bike looks cool hanging in my garage. Not sure why they didn't have a top hole above the bottom. I drilled a hole between the top 2 holes as screws wouldn't go into the stud, but on the edge of it. My bike is front heavy and wanted to rotate face down. I cut a couple small pieces of wood and attached to the wall for the tires to rest on.
I am so delightfully pleased with this product, how efficiently it allowed me to use the very small amount of space in my NYC apartment, and how surprisingly sturdy it turned out to be. Note that I added in a shelf in my picture to support the front wheel (it did hold without, the bike was just held at an angle - also, this bike is an intensely specialized mountain bike that I suspect distributes weight in a strange way). My only gripe is that the drywall screws were trashhhhhhhhh. I used other ones I had, which worked like a dream. So happy this exists. It was surprisingly easy once I did the measurements properly.
Good quality. Good enough for use in the house. Only issue is the length causes the bike to lean out from the wall a lot. It cold be 1.5" shorter for typical quill pedals. Quite a bit shorter for clipless.
probably should have bought the associated tire rests to stabilize the bike on the wall but, this little piece of metal works great to get my bike up and out of the way
Good quality well made
Great product, fit for purpose