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Honestly I hung all of our family bikes on the garage wall studs using the screw in bicycle hangers. I got them on sale and probably spent $8 hanging 4 bikes. I just drilled some pilot holes to make them easier to screw in.


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Any thoughts on these how well.they work specifically the rack (would like 2 or 3 to connect together)
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Any thoughts on these how well.they work specifically the rack (would like 2 or 3 to connect together)
Which one, wall rack or the stand "rakk"?

Btw, just checked and amazon matched HD prices.
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Which one, wall rack or the stand "rakk"?

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I just bought one of the free standing 'rakk'. Should be here tomorrow and if I like it I'll prob order a second since they can be connected together. Amazon reviews showed people using against the wall to stand bike vertically, as well as another reviewer that modified his with an arm to hold the seat post which allowed to store vertically w/o need of leaning against wall.. anyway we'll see how good these are
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Any deals on bike covers for outside storage?
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I just bought one of the free standing 'rakk'. Should be here tomorrow and if I like it I'll prob order a second since they can be connected together. Amazon reviews showed people using against the wall to stand bike vertically, as well as another reviewer that modified his with an arm to hold the seat post which allowed to store vertically w/o need of leaning against wall.. anyway we'll see how good these are
I think those should work really well, and be compatible with more bikes. I have two of Saris "The Boss" for home and the office, they seem to be very stable, but I have a gravel bike with flat mount brakes that do not fit in the stand. The "Rakk" will work with any bike.
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I have the bike stand for 3 years now. Works good and no complaints. This is for my Fuji Transonic
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I really like the Rakk stands. I had a double bike rack but wanted to try something more compact and modular. They can be off-set so you can get your bikes even closer together. It's a great product and they fold up small so you could even take them with you if you go somewhere.
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Any thoughts on these how well.they work specifically the rack (would like 2 or 3 to connect together)
I have 4 of the RAKK version that I use for my bikes, which I generally love. The only issue that I have is that if you are using tires that are 2.3 or larger (bigger MTB tires for downhill or trail), the slot of the RAKK is a bit too narrow and you really need to press the tires down into them to get them to stick, which then requires you to hold the RAKK to maintain it's position. The other issue is that the connectors between the RAKKs don't allow for very wide handlebars, so you really need to stagger the bikes front to back. If you have road bikes, they are perfect. If you have MTB bikes, then connecting them is more complicated. They are well designed and I've had mine for at least 8 years without any type of failure.
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I have 4 of the RAKK version that I use for my bikes, which I generally love. The only issue that I have is that if you are using tires that are 2.3 or larger (bigger MTB tires for downhill or trail), the slot of the RAKK is a bit too narrow and you really need to press the tires down into them to get them to stick, which then requires you to hold the RAKK to maintain it's position. The other issue is that the connectors between the RAKKs don't allow for very wide handlebars, so you really need to stagger the bikes front to back. If you have road bikes, they are perfect. If you have MTB bikes, then connecting them is more complicated. They are well designed and I've had mine for at least 8 years without any type of failure.
I second your opinion. it's well built but hard to put multiple Mt Bikes.
Ordered 3 more to accommodate kids bikes.
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2.4" bike tire? pshhh. I'm running 4.8" - this is no good!
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How would spending more on this compared to simply buying this on an everyday price?

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How would spending more on this compared to simply buying this on an everyday price?

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Agreed. This product confuses me. You can even go one better and buy a single 'big' hook from harbor freight for $2.50.
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Honestly I hung all of our family bikes on the garage wall studs using the screw in bicycle hangers. I got them on sale and probably spent $8 hanging 4 bikes. I just drilled some pilot holes to make them easier to screw in.


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