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Delta Cycle Stand: 4-Bike Canaletto Stand $70, 2-Bike Gravity Stand EXPIRED

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Sport.Woot has select Delta Cycle Bicycle Stand on sale listed below. Shipping is free w/ Amazon Prime, otherwise, $6 flat-rate shipping will apply. Thanks Slimeyface

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It's back and cheaper than before!

Sport.Woot has a couple Delta Bicycle Stands on sale for cheaper than previously listed on SD FrontPage. Shipping is free for Amazon Prime members, otherwise shipping is $6 flat-rate.

Delta Cycle Michelangelo 2 Bike Gravity Stand - $40
https://sport.woot.com/offers/del...cnt_wp_7_7

Delta Cycle Canaletto 4 Bike Stand - $70 ($10 cheaper than previous front page deal)
https://sport.woot.com/offers/del...cnt_wp_7_9
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But riding it does not?

I weigh way more than the bike does and I put that kind of weight on both the fork and the wheels.

Hmmm 🤔
If the bike has a suspension fork hanging lit by front wheel can cause a lot of pressure and oval out the seals.
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in 4 the free standing rack. no wall space in my 2 car garage. just junk and garbage.
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Def in for one. I needed another one. Hanging a bike from a wheel is fine as long as it doesn't sit there for 6+ months without being moved but I like that i dont have to drill any holes in my rental and it's surprisingly stable.
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Most structured wheels won't be damaged by hanging but some wheels have a lightweight fairing that doesn't normally carry any weight - those could be dented/damaged.

Bigger concern I've heard about is air bubbles forming in hydraulic disc brakes when hung vertically
Can confirm the bubbles in hydraulic disc brakes. My mountain bike needed to bled for the 2 years i hung it upside down from hooks. Pretty irritating :/ So, if you're got cable brakes, or don't mind potentially bleeding your brakes, hanging upside down from hooks shouldn't be too bad. That said, i'll probably be picking one of these up now that we've moved and have room.
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I bought on woot when it was $39.97

I highly recommended to who has more than 1 bikes.
Set up withing 30 mins, still hanging tough.
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Whats the height of the rack?
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Can anyone recommend a vertical bike rack? Need to take up as little space as possible.
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Can anyone recommend a vertical bike rack? Need to take up as little space as possible.
https://www.zoro.com/zoro-select-.../G2609494/

I put one of these into my wall and just hang it from the front tire with the back wheel adjacent to the wall and floor. super low profile and not really noticeable without the bike. Took maybe 5 minutes to set up. Didn't specifically get the one I linked, just looks like it. I'm sure any hardware store would have a similar piece.
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Leans against the wall...how does this not slide out with a slight breeze or light bump? That's how it looks at least...anyone have comments on how well it stays up?
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Yea I agree. Way too much space with the 4 bike. I own 2 of the 2 bike ones and mounted them to the wall. Works perfect for mine and the family's bikes
I wonder if you could bolt casters to the bottom of the four bike rack. Load them up and then slide it close to the wall
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Wait, why can't you hang a bike by the frame on wall hooks?
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Wait, why can't you hang a bike by the frame on wall hooks?
Right, wouldn't this be a smarter idea that costs like $4 ?
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Riding evenly distributes the weight along the circumference of the wheel. Hanging the bike by the wheel focuses the pressure in one place, likely resulting in warping. The same holds true to vehicles; your wheels will become slightly warped if you leave your car parked for 6 months.
Hanging also evenly distributes the weight through the corresponding spokes.

Most of the work is done by the spokes in tension: when you ride, most of the forces are distributed through the rim to the spokes on the top of the wheel, when it is hang by the rim, most of the work is done by the spokes in the immediate vicinity of the hanging point.

The tensile strength of steel spokes is amazing, and double-walled modern rims are also very strong - with all spokes contributing to that of course. This is why most good quality rims survive great drops/jumps. A 1ft drop on one wheel will give you nearl 7 Gs impact. A 200lbs/100Kg rider/bike combo dropping from 6 ft - casually done by MBT / BMX riders, perhaps not you, but some do it many times each day, pushes more than 1700-1800 lbs of force on the landing wheel. And those wheels survive again and again and again.

TL/DR; The weight of the bike alone is a joke.

And no, I strongly believe that the rims in your car won't be meaningfully warped if you leave it stationary for 6 months, or 6 years for that matter. Your tires will be potentially deformed and trashed, but the wheels/rims will be fine.

If your logic was sound, than hanging our bikes would be a double-edged choice between bending our rims or our frame - "because - according to your logic - hanging your bike for 6 months would slightly bend the frame".
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Not too familiar with Woot . . . could anyone tell me why the 4-bike stand doesn't show up under "Sports and Outdoors" when I click on that category under "All Deals" ?

Thanks in advance
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Wait, why can't you hang a bike by the frame on wall hooks?
You could...but this is a great solution in instances where you cannot damage/alter the wall or where the wall would otherwise not allow a hook to be installed.
One such example: storage room rentals.
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