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This seems like a sweet deal as the same bike hook is priced at $14.53 on Walmart.com!
This highly rated bike hook makes it easy to save space in the garage by hanging your bike on the wall. It can hold up to 40lbs, and it’s easy to install with the included hardware. Plus, it includes a peel-and-stick rear tire tray to stabilize your bike while also protecting your walls from scuffs and dirt.
Check out this reviewer’s tip to upgrade your bike hook…
This bike rack is all that you will ever need. I have been using three of these racks for all of my bikes and absolutely love them. It’s been over a year since I bought my first three units, and I am back for two more – expanding my bike collection!
Sometimes I push this thing to its limit and hang ALL of my gear on my bike while it is hooked onto the wall (this comes at around 40-42 pounds). What’s the deal with all these people saying it won’t fit their average-sized mountain bike tires? I have 2.5″ tires on my mountain bike and it mounts perfectly.
I never trust drywall to hold up anything over a pound, so I recommend anchoring these into the studs. Since I am using three hooks, soon to be five, I have a piece of 2X6 wood running the length of space I need and anchor that into the studs. This way I can space out the bike racks evenly and it looks great. With this method, no matter where you mount the rack, it’ll be on a “stud”.
You can transform a cheap piece of wood with a couple of coats of stain and a few layers of polyurethane. This is the best rack to use to hang your bikes on the wall.
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