The adjustable arms of this two-bike gravity stand can hold any bike while saving space in your home. This item from The Art of Storage features rubber bumpers to protect your wall and floor and leans against the wall with no attachment required....more
Featuring independent adjustable arms, this Michelangelo bike rack can accommodate any bike style. This bike rack also features a premium quality powder coat finish, rubber bumpers and a leaning design.
Brand: The Art of Storage
Mount type: Leaning
Number of bikes that can be stored: Two (2)
Rubber bumpers protect wall and floor
Independent adjustable arms accommodates any bike style
Premium quality powder coat finish
Leans against wall with no attachment required
Easy assembly with tools included
Maximum load: 80 pounds
Materials: Powder-coated steel
Dimensions: 84 inches high x 12 inches wide x 12 inches deep
Once put together the rack works great! the holes to put the screws in were too small.... after fighting it for a while, i drilled the holes out to make the screws fit. Piain to put together, but once up it's great!
How accurate was the sizing? yes
Please tell us about the quality of the product. good
Was the product free of any manufacturer defects? no
This is a great way to store your bikes inside, particularly if you are renting and don't want to tear up the walls. There are probably sturdier and more expensive options out there, but this rack was a great value. It seems a little rickety when the bikes are on there, but it's actually quite sturdy--we've never had a problem with the bikes falling or shifting. And it is attractive! Our only regret is that we didn't purchase this years ago. We've been tripping over our bikes for far too long.
Live in a two bedroom apartment. Just married; needed a way to keep bikes with us so we could ride often without going to storage to pick up bikes. this stand is absolutely perfect. sets in my office. takes up very little space along one wall; we have two high end bikes hanging. very sturdy; easy to set up. NO chance of it coming down! Great product.
6 screws, 4 o-rings, 1 Allen Wrench
If you can't put this together in less than 10 minutes you probably can't ride a bike anyway. Only one thing easier: ease of use. I have a small basement apartment with stairs that lead up to the owner's apartment. As these stairs are never used, I placed the base legs of the stand on one of the wider bottom steps and leaned it against the wall. The top bar that leans against the wall has a soft rubber/plastic cushioning pad - so it makes no marks on the wall. Also with stand leaning out away from the wall and hooks straight out - my bike's handlebars never touch the wall. Unless you hang a motorcycle from the hooks - they're not going to slip down. Excellent design! Great value! You will not be disappointed.
Hello confused20something, I'm sorry you received your package missing items. I am having customer care contact you. Have a great day!overstockcustomercare1 on Jun 19, 2014
Can you adjust where the arms are vertically? I would only be using this for one bike, so I'd probably want them somewhere between where they are shown in the picture. Thank you!shoesandhandbags on Oct 29, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
Hello shoesandhandbags, With the The Art of Storage Michelangelo 2-bike Gravity Stand you should be able to adjust the arms to have the bike vertically. You should exercise caution if you intend to use it in such a way. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!overstockcustomercare1 on Nov 6, 2013
How long are the arms onto which the bikes are placed? Also, when the rack is against the wall and the arms are extended perpendicular to the wall (that is in a way that the arms extend the farthest from the wall) what is the distance from the wall to the furthest point on the arm from the wall? I'm trying to figure out how much depth in space this will require. Thank you very much for your help!takechan on Sep 18, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
The arms of the rack are 10(ten) inches long and when they are extended out all the way they are 12(twelve) inches from the wall for both bikes to be hung. Thank you for shopping Overstock.com.overstockcustomercare1 on Sep 24, 2013
When the rack is against the wall, the arms extend to 13". When my road bike is on the upper rack, it extends out 19" from the wall (from the pedal to the wall).valkyrie23 on Nov 6, 2013
Will this bike rack fit a bike like http://www.ebay.com/itm/Vintage-1970s-John-Deere-Lightweight-Ladies-Bicycle-Bike-Rare-Collectible-/151110900021
with the bar tilted?kallief on Sep 13, 2013Please enter a valid question.Answer This Question
It's not a very stable rack. The silicon cover of the "hands" is easily broken. If you have a garage, you can easily install a hook to hang up the bicycles. The handles of these racks fell off easily as well. Unless you live in an apartment, there is no point of buying this rack, not safe, not stable and difficult to use .wingroot on Sep 16, 2013
Hello jaymullin, Yes this rack can handle a thick framed bike such as a mountain bike. Please feel free to contact us again with any further questions. Thank you for shopping with us!overstockcustomercare1 on Jun 28, 2013
Yes - my CX frame goes on fine. I put the heavier bike on bottom rung though and then my road bike on top.mdbiker on Jun 29, 2013
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