• For quick and simple parking or displaying of your bike • Durable and rigid design • Fits any model of bike with 26-inch wheels • Color: Silver 26
$41.99 - $45.00
Because you love your bicycles, when you’re not riding them you want to protect them and you need a simple, non-permanent and effective bike parking solution. The often imitated, but never duplicated Raak is a patented, versatile bike storage idea for front or rear wheel parking. Making contact with only your tire, the RAAK is an ideal bike parking solution for expensive road, cyclocross, mountain and electric bikes. And if you have several bikes, its modular design supports add-ons.
$50.00 - $51.90
- Shop quality bicycle display and storage stand - Graphite ripple powdercoat over steel construction - Four-Point, Foam rubber end-Cap feet - 2 Piece design disassembles for space-Efficient storage - Standard and extreme models feature welded base construction (Extreme model accepts up to 3 inch tires) - Retail model features flat-Packed, Bolt-Together base construction - Fat rack features flat-Packed, Bolt-Together base construction and will suit tires from 3.8" To 5" with three width positions, 4.25", 4.75" And 5.25"
The Saris Locking Bike Trac is a heavy-duty wall-mount bike rack that makes parking and displaying your bike simple. Plus, it even offers a 3/4-inch solid-steel locking loop that allows securing your bike with a U-lock (sold separately).
Gear Up's Steadyrack Classic Rack is a versatile wall-mount bike-storage solution. Made of strong steel and plastic, it's easily mounted to the wall, fits any decor and safely holds any bicycle from children's models, to road and mountain bikes. The Steadyrack also allows swiveling the bike side to side, so racks can be installed around the garage or even overlapped to store multiple bikes. And once bikes are on the wall, you can easily drive into the garage and move around the space with no bikes in the way to trip over. It's also easy to roll the bike on its rear wheel up to the rack and simply push/pull it on/off the rack. Also, with multiple Steadyracks, it's easy to get any bike on/off its rack by simply swiveling the bikes next to it aside. Even a child can do it without adult supervision!
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