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Product Highlights

  • Detaching segments provides modular design
  • Easy to use - no lifting bike onto rack
  • Shiny chrome finish
  • Can be broken apart for 3 separate racks
  • 1-year manufacturer's warranty!
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Bike Floor Rack | Detachable

Retail Price: $59.99
Our Price: $49.99
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Product Highlights

  • Detaching segments provides modular design
  • Easy to use - no lifting bike onto rack
  • Shiny chrome finish
  • Can be broken apart for 3 separate racks
  • 1-year manufacturer's warranty!
See more product details
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Product Description

Perfect way to store your bikes when you are not using them. This floor bike rack is especially good for kids because they can just pull their bike in without having to lift them up onto a wall rack. This rack actually separates into pieces that can be used individually or put together in a group. If you have a tight spot that can only fit one bike, you can use one of the three pieces there and then use the other two somewhere else. 

A great thing about freestanding racks like this is that you can easily move them around and you also don't have to screw them into the walls. This is great for apartments and condos. 

This bike floor rack even looks cool with the chrome finish that will be shiny and new for years to come.

  • Assembled:  48" long x 14" tall x 14" wide
  • End units: 19.5" long x 14" tall x 14" wide 
  • Center unit: 13.5" long x 14" tall x 14" wide
  • Arm length is 15"
  • Wheel gaps are 3.5" on one side and 2.5" on the other
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best if joined
Posted: August 27, 2014
Written by: Michael P.
Rating:4

They work well joined, each free-standing sometimes fall over.

4 1
Q:
Can these be used outside and can they be secured to paving?
A:
Our bike floor rack is not stainless steel, so it would eventually weather over time if used exclusively outdoors. Securing to paving would be possible but not easy - you would need to drill into pavement and use special concrete anchors, etc.

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