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Leonardo Da Vinci Powder-coated Steel Bike Rack (Pack of Two)
Designed with a rubberized coating that protects the wheel rim, these steel wall-mount bike racks will protect your bicycle while organizing your garage, and the space-saving design takes advantage of available wall space in a fun and functional way.
ITEM#: 14065883Featuring a rubberized coating that protects the wheel rim, this pack of two Leonardo Da Vinci bike racks can accommodate tires up to 2.5 inches wide. These bike racks also features a premium quality powder coat finish and a wall-mounted design.
- Leonardo Da Vinci Bike Rack
- Model: RS4007C2
- Mount type: Wall-mounted
- Number of bikes that can be stored: One (1)
- Works with tires up to 2.5 inches wide
- Looks good in any room
- Premium quality powder coat finish
- Included tire tray which saves your wall from tire marks
- Rubberized coating protects wheel rim
- Maximum load: 40 pounds
- Materials: Powder-coated steel
- Dimensions: 12 inches high x 5 inches wide x 4 inches deep
- Pack of 2
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With a really crowded garage and 4 bikes, we needed a reliable method of getting the bikes out of the way. An against the wall rack took up too much room for 4 bikes so we tried to use these hooks to aligned the bikes perpendicular to the garage walls. By packing the hooks sort of close together to minimize the footprint against the wall, it made getting the bikes in and out of the hooks challenging. I think if all 4 bikes were road bikes, and thus with narrower tires, it would have been fine. If we had spread the hooks out wider between bikes, I think this would also have been fine. For our purposes, the design for fat mountain tires was not ideal. The hooks are well made and sturdy. The rubber/plastic on the hooks seemed prone to nicks and tears as we manipulated the fat tires out from under its grip. For a single or dual bike hang with lots of wall space for a road bike, I think it would work very well. To hang 4 bikes on a wall as closely as reasonable was not a perfect product. However, the largest issue was the wonkiness needed to remove fat tired bikes from the rack. Again, the hook themselves were fine depending on the way you'll need them used.Read More
This product comes with screws (which strip out easily) and wall anchors in case you don't find a stud. Don't use the wall anchors. I did. I put the bike up and the anchors flew out of the wall and the bike fell on top of me. There is a lot of pull straight out on this rack you have to find a stud. If you hang it in the garage and can't install at a stud put a board across tying to two studs.Read More
Simple, useful, even a bit elegant. Leonardo would have liked it - had he really invented a bicycle to use with it. It's a bit avant-garde for Leo, though but not for you. I bought four two for my road bikes and two for my mountain bikes. If mounted properly, they are plenty strong.Read More
This is such a simple and well designed device. I purchased two and fits any bike size or style.Read More
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Mount to a wall stud; hardware included. Thank you in assisting with our product.
Do you get 2 racks to hold 2 bikes?
There are pictures of this mount on another site and you need one of these mounts per bike. We are giving you 2 so two bikes.
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