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Product Highlights

  • Gravity power! Rack leans against wall
  • Adjustable arms in all three dimensions
  • Steel frame can support 120 lbs
  • Modular design allows you to fit a variety of bike types
  • Leaning design means no holes or screws in your walls
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Gravity Bike Rack | Steel

Retail Price: $99.99
Our Price: $89.95
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Product Highlights

  • Gravity power! Rack leans against wall
  • Adjustable arms in all three dimensions
  • Steel frame can support 120 lbs
  • Modular design allows you to fit a variety of bike types
  • Leaning design means no holes or screws in your walls
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Product Description

Forget having to screw your rack into the wall and let gravity do the work! The Gravity Bike Rack is a rack designed to use gravity and your wall to support itself upright without the need to screw into your wall, floor, or ceilings. Made from heavy-duty, powder coated steel, this rack is built to last and will easily support 2 adult bikes. 

Each rack comes with two arm assemblies that offer 3 dimensions of adjustment to accommodate any style of bike. This means that you can mount your road bike as easily as your mountain bike or beach cruiser! The arms that cradle your bike come with a specially designed rubber channel that allow your bike to sit securely but won’t damage your frame’s paint. Since all of the structural pieces are made from steel, this rack can support an industry-leading 120 lbs! 

The Gravity Bike Rack works by supporting itself through a wide, sturdy metal base and by leaning up against a wall. Soft rubber caps protect the arms that lean against your walls to prevent any damage or scuffing that could occur. This makes the rack great for indoor, outdoor, or garage use! 

Assembly required.

  • 84" tall x 30" wide x 24" deep
  • Rack capacity is 120 lbs
Q:
What is the difference between this leaning bike rack and the freestanding bike rack?
 
A:
There are a few difference between these two bike racks:

 
  1. Function - The biggest functional difference is that one is a leaning rack while the other is a freestanding rack.  The leaning rack must be positioned against a wall or flat surface.  The freestanding rack can be put out in the open away from a wall and can stand on its own. Because the leaning rack is supported by a wall, it is more stable than the freestanding rack. The freestanding rack comes with a top anchor bolt that does make it of comparable stability to the leaning rack, however, to use this bolt, you'll have to drill into your wall.  The leaning rack does not require any drilling or screwing into your wall.
  2. Material and Build Quality - The leaning bike rack is a higher quality rack and uses heavier duty materials.  The freestanding bike rack, uses thinner-walled metal and is not quite as solid.  We have sold many of the freestanding racks, so we know it does a good job, but in comparison, the leaning bike rack is of higher quality.  The actual bike cradles are also of higher quality on the leaning rack.  They use a nice thick rubber insert that cushions your bike's frame.
  3. Price - As you can see, the freestanding bike rack is cheaper than the leaning rack. If you are looking for the most economical choice, the freestanding rack is the way to go.  It will get the job done and keep some money in your pocket.  The leaning bike rack is a more heavy-duty, solid rack and it costs more because of that.
 
Q:
I see all Men's bike in the descriptions, do the leaning and freestanding racks work for a female bike as well?
 
A:
Both of these racks work for men's and women's bikes. The leaning gravity bike standhas arms that have more adjustments for holding different types of bikes, but both bike racks can be set up for bikes of different types.
 
Q:
Can I store a single (mountain bike) bike, vertically?
 
A:
OurGravity Bike Rackshould work for a mountain bike, hanging vertically. You would need to set up the top rack arms only (and not the bottom set), and hang the bike vertically on the arms with the back bike frame piece.
 
Gravity Bike Rack
Posted: June 28, 2017
Written by: William M.
Rating:5

easy to assemble, works just as pictured, glad to have it.

Well done
Posted: April 19, 2017
Written by: Creighton b. W.
Rating:5

Delivered without issues.
Works nicely

Extremely happy with the product and customer service.
Posted: October 26, 2016
Written by: E. S.
Rating:4

I was very happy with the customer service and their efforts in solving any issues. Thanks.

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