A bike rack for a garage is normally a set up that aims at saving spaces and helps expensive parts of the bike from getting unwanted scratches hence prolonging shelf-life of the item. It is usually a stand, a shelve, or a suspended system. Whilst there are many designs one can select from, some of the main criteria for selecting the right bike rack is as follows (please remember to go through and answer each one of them because they will help you tremendously in the preparation process).
- Would the design provide a solid support for your bike?
- Is it easy to set up and store away (if needed)?
- What sort of material is it made of?
- Will the paint on the surface peeled away in tough weather?
- How it looks
- How many bikes you have and need to be stored away?
Originally bike racks were meant for public usage. However, as bikes gain more popularity, more than more members of the family now possess a bike and some, even have more than one bike. Thus, over time something that was meant for the public has been modified for private use.
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Bikehand Floor Bike Rack
As with many things in life, when it comes to bike storage, normally the simpler the better. There are a couple of options for this capacity storage, such as the Bikehand Floor Bike Rack, Feedback Sports Bicycle Storage Stand, Delta Cycle Leonardo Da Vinci Single Bike Storage Rack (sounds complicated and flashy but it is a simple wall-mount device that has a hook to keep your bike up. If you have the extra space on the ground, I recommend Bikehand Floor Bike Rack. Its set up is easy enough and none of its parts will be touching your bike, keeping the bike’s condition. This set up is also very stable as the holder tilts back when you push your bike into the rack (instead of having to lift your bike into the rack) so that is quite convenient. It is also portable, foldable so it can be easily stored away if necessary. Its paintwork looks rather posh as well, which goes very well with expensive bikes.