• For quick and simple parking or displaying of your bike • Durable and rigid design • Fits any model of bike with 700c or 29-inch wheels • Color: Black
Feedback Sports' RAKK Display Stand is an elegant bicycle parking/storage solution. It's made of quality steel and coated with durable and attractive powder paint for a lifetime of service. Set it down where you want it, just roll your bike's wheel into the stand and let go. That’s it! The safe 3-point contact locks in the wheel and holds the bike upright. Simple and secure, the RAKK works on most bicycles with wheels from 20- to 29-inches in diameter and tires from 20mm- up to 2.4-inches wide without adjustment. The RAKK folds easily for storage and portability when not in use. And, you can clip several RAKKs together to hold all your bikes side by side.
Feedback Sports' FATT RAKK Display Stand is an elegant solution for your fat bike. Set it down where you want it and roll your bike's rear wheel into the stand. That’s it! The 3-point contact locks in the wheel holding the bike upright. Simple and sweet, the RAKK works on any 3- to 5-inch wide tire without adjustment. It folds easily for storage when not in use. And, you can clip several RAKKs together to hold all your bikes side-by-side. Plus, this durable stand is made of steel and coated with durable powder paint for a lifetime of service.
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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