Garage bike rack – Bikes are a great way to get around, but having too much in a small space can be a storage disaster. They get easily confused, falling, hitting the wheels of one entangled in the spokes of another, and soon you’re ready to let them out in the rain just to avoid the mess is. Fortunately there is a simple and cheap solution: a vertical bike storage rack.
Find studs on a wall. This stretch is going to hang your bike vertically on the wall, so you will need to drill it into something. Tapping the wall with a hammer until you find a place that does not sound hollow find: you can find wall studs or with a stud finder or the old fashioned way. Measure the width of the wall with a tape measure. You must be at least 2 meters of horizontal space for each bike that you intend to store, plus require an additional six centimeters of each wall. Keep in mind that your garage bike rack will be mounted at a height of about 65 centimeters to the wall, so make sure there are no obstructions, such as boards or windows.
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Garage bike rack : perfect Length
Cut your 2 by 4. If you’ve determined how many bikes you want to save, you cut 2 to 4 to the correct length (2 meters per bike). Place the hooks. Attach the rack to the wall. Hang your bike. Hang each cycle from the garage bike rack vertically by placing the edge of the front wheel in the hook. Vertically hanging them will maximize storage space and to prevent them from falling and getting damaged.