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One bike, five, or 50+

We can supply and install bicycle-specific storage and display features in homes, garages, and workplaces! Whether you have just one or a fleet of bicycles (even more importantly for a fleet) we can help you secure them, display them, and make your life that little bit easier.

 

Space-saving, user-friendliness, and safety

We attend to call-outs at many different locations, and we get to see many different ways of storing bicycles. Some of them simply take up too much space due to poor design and installation, some of them are unsafe and at risk of damaging the bike or user! Some bike storage is non-ergonomic, and some bike storage is just non-existent!

A tradie's quality installation with a bikers touch

We'll bring the knowledge, the plan, and the tools. You can relax knowing you have a professional to handle your pride and joy. Experience fittings that won't fall off the wall, and will work with the space you've got.

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Bike Storage

Our two wall hook formats

Vertical wall hooks

 

This is the most common type of storage due to its easy mounting. Simply walk your bike holding the handlebars and pull the front wheel in to the air. You can use your knee on the saddle, and your hands on the handlebars to gently lift the bike on to the hook.

 

You can also "top and tail" the bikes, meaning one is mounted on on the front wheel and the next is mounted on the rear wheel- this means you can fit bikes together in a closer space, and allows room for wide mountain bike handlebars.

 

These hooks can be installed in so many ways, all it takes is a little creativity.

Parallel wall hooks

 

Parallel hooks keep the bike closer to the wall than vertical hooks. This orientation uses more wall space width, and there is more heavy lifting involved, but it does provide clearance for movement next to, and underneath the bike.

 

It is also a great method for hanging the bike above head height. This means you can use storage space up high. You can even have one bike above another on parallel wall hooks. This setup only suits lightweight bikes, due to the strength and control required to lift them.

 

We only recommend these racks in specific scenarios where they are required, as they are less user-friendly than vertical wall hooks.

Why use a bicycle storage rack?

Bike storage racks are designed to solve a problem. Every use case has different priorities, but the fundamental benefits are shared. As you will see, having some well designed bike racks provides many benefits across all its different use cases.

For the home user:​ 

  • Reclaiming floor space.

  • ​Neat and tidiness.

  • Avoiding scratches and damage.

  • Pride and joy, providing a secure lockup point.

  • Ease of use for anyone, adult or child.
     

For a building/shared use garage/end-of-trip facility/workplaces:

  • Keeping safe driving and walking passages.

  • Avoiding scratches and damage.

  • Providing a secure lockup point.

  • Maximizing the little storage space offered in apartment living.
     

For a cafe, library, sports venue, public amenity, etc:

  • Keeping footpaths and dining spaces clear.

  • Avoiding scratches and damage (which in turn; encourages cyclists to visit/shop/spend).

  • Provide a secure lockup point that is also visually appealing in its space, whether being used or not.

Where We Install

We primarily install bike racks in home garages, front patios, or basements. However, there's no limit to the places where they can go. We have done outdoor installations for cafe or library patrons, for school fleets or for their students, warehouses, bike shops, and workplaces.

All we need is a wall or beam to fit the racks to that will support the weight of a bike and rack. The most common material types we fit to are brick, concrete, and wood studs (usually behind the drywall). Please note, we do not install directly to drywall, or to metal studs behind drywall. We can install to suitably stable metals where they're exposed (quote required). Brick and concrete installations require a Dynabolt upgrade, outlined in the pricing below.


We can even get creative with finding a location - sometimes we will install a wood or metal cross-beam to create a wall where there previously was none, or where the wall surface was inappropriate for securing bikes and racks to. We even have the capacity, skills, and tooling to fabricate rolling metal carts that your racks will mount to - these are often used by schools, rowing clubs, bike hire venues, and more to allow the movement of bikes while mounted in storage.

Installation Pricing
 

  • A 10-minute free consultation period is covered to discuss the layout.

  • As per the above, our pricing is scaleable. This is because a lot of time is spent measuring and marking. It becomes a more efficient installation process when more racks are installed.

- SteadyRack (all models)

- Ibera Roll-On

  • Our premium racks. We spend ample time considering compact, neat, and accessible fitting locations.

1 $75
2 $65 
each
3-5 $55 each
10-20 $50 each

20+ $45 each

- Feedback Sports Storage Velo Wall rack

- Ibera Bike Wall Vertical Hanger

  • These two racks are less dependent on perfect height measuring, making for a faster installation.
     

1 $65
2 $55 each
3-5 $45 each
10-20 $40 each

20+ $35 each

Dynabolts upgrade: $4 per rack

(2x dynabolts are required per rack for all brick and concrete installations)
This is to ensure a lifetime of quality and safety, and is a requirement of our installations in these materials.

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Our bike hanger options
We stock these top quality brands available for purchase through us, or supply & install.

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