Reddit Reddit reviews Delta Michelangelo Two-Bike Gravity Stand

We found 66 Reddit comments about Delta Michelangelo Two-Bike Gravity Stand. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Delta Michelangelo Two-Bike Gravity Stand
Original Design: Leans against wall & holds bike using gravityVersatile: Elegant design looks good in any room or garageConstruction: Industrial-grade powdercoated steel & custom molded arm coversDimensions: 86" x 23.5" x 13.75" / 2184 x 597 x 350 mmFully Adjustable: Independent arms accommodate any bike styleQuick Assembly: Easy to assemble with regular screwdriverMax Weight: 100 lb / 45 kg
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66 Reddit comments about Delta Michelangelo Two-Bike Gravity Stand:

u/donkeyrocket · 11 pointsr/bicycling

I believe it is this one from Amazon. I spent a while researching options and drawing up potential plans to make my own before I ultimately decided to buy the two bike gravity mount. Only needs one drill hole and very little risk of it falling. For $45 I can put off a more artistic rack for a while. The thing is rock solid too with a road bike and cross bike on it.

Word of warning: if you order this and it doesn't come in the retailer's box inside the Amazon box send it back immediately and get a replacement. It is used and likely won't come together nicely.

u/mranderson17 · 9 pointsr/whatisthisthing

Pretty sure it's the hanger part of this bike rack

EDIT: Here's a picture instead of an Amazon link

u/marcoaml78 · 8 pointsr/MTB

i live in a studio and i have 4 bikes on two of these

My bikes are part of the deco, i made room specifically for them, people know i'm a cyclist and the bikes don't look the least bit off. No way i'd leave them anywhere else.

u/GeicoNotGecko · 8 pointsr/cycling

For my small apartment, I bought this off Amazon. It leans up against the wall and can be used as a bike stand for maintenance.

Edit: For $50 it's been great: amazon link

u/buds1994 · 8 pointsr/bicycling
u/belloman · 6 pointsr/malelivingspace

This one

It just leans against the wall -- no drilling necessary.

u/grewapair · 6 pointsr/bikecommuting

A friend of mine gave me this bike stand, which leans against the wall at the top with a non-marking plastic piece and has non marking plastic feet. It has never fallen over or marked anything. The only problem is the handlebars will hit the wall, so I had to put fabric behind it.

It doubles as a repair stand for the top bike. But it doesn't have your storage, which I like a lot.

u/CyclingFlux · 6 pointsr/NYCbike

I feel your pain. If I were in your shoes I’d sure as hell want to bring my bike into my apartment too.

I’ve got two bikes I switch between regularly, and recently got this from Amazon. It’s right against the wall just inside my apartment, so I can hang them up and take them down easily just as I’m coming and going.

Don’t worry about hanging your bike by the rim of a wheel. Unless your frame is made out of ultra dense material from a collapsed star and weighs a ton you’ll be fine. I wouldn’t discount a pulley system with the ceiling, even if it’s tall either. Installation would certainly be a pain, but worth it once you got it done. I’ve seen some innovative setups on YouTube, you can look there for some inspiration and brainstorming. It’s also possible you could make something just to fit your needs in a DIY project. Before I bought my rack I was contemplating following some instructions online to make one myself out of $50 or so of PVC pipe or wood from a hardware store. Good luck with whatever you choose.

u/The_Wee · 5 pointsr/malelivingspace

Maybe something like Delta Cycle Michelangelo

u/r0rsch4ch · 5 pointsr/NYCbike

I suggest getting some kind of bike rack for the apartment in the future. My wife and I live in a small 1 bedroom apartment and manage to store 2 full size bikes on one. I hope you find it. Anything left outside will be stolen/vandalized given enough time.

u/my_toesies · 5 pointsr/askportland

We've been happy with this one: Only complaint is it rubs paint off the wall if you aren't careful. Super easy to use and always moveable if you have a different spot in mind

u/ddunlop · 4 pointsr/bicycling

I use this stand - which actually doesn't hurt the walls very much.

u/porksmash · 4 pointsr/bicycling

A couple weeks ago I wanted to do the same (but without making holes in the wall) and picked up this:

u/Obvious666 · 4 pointsr/MTB

Oh ok, what about something like this?

u/FalseEEngineer · 4 pointsr/bicycling

7 is an excellent option for an apartment, but I would disagree with that article's statement of relying entirely on gravity. It includes one anchor and screw to keep it from tilting while loading/unloading.

My apartment setup

$55 on Amazon

u/thamoore · 4 pointsr/bikecommuting

Im a big fan of the Delta Cycle 2 bike stand.

For the third, you may just go with a hook to store it vertically.

u/photo1kjb · 3 pointsr/bicycling

That looks pretty cool. For those who need a two-bike stand, I just installed this guy. It's not free-standing as it needs a wall to lean on, but as long as you're not drunkenly stumbling by it 24/7, it doesn't need to be bolted into anything. It does have a small safety strap for those drunkards out there. :)

u/joejoemojo · 3 pointsr/BAbike

Might not be what you're looking for, but I picked this up a few weeks ago for my tiny ass apartment:

I have two bikes on and it gets them off the floor and frees up a lot of space. Worked out well for me so far.

u/soulsizzle · 3 pointsr/bicycling

I've got a Delta Michelangelo in my living room. It freed up a nice chunk of space.

u/savageveggie · 3 pointsr/bicycling

This is what I use in my apartment. Then maybe something similar to this to use on the ladies frame

u/vhalros · 3 pointsr/bicycling <-- Something like this? I'm not endorsing that specific product as I've never tried it, but something along those lines sounds like what you are looking for.

u/RAGING_VEGETARIAN · 3 pointsr/NYCbike

EDIT: The first thing you want to do, as in do this right now, is find the serial numbers of your bikes and record that information. This will be critical in the event that your bike is stolen.


So for starters, you'll probably want two locks. A big, heavy U-bolt, as well as a cable/chain lock that you can put through the wheels. Ideally the cable/chain would have its own lock. Avoid those integrated rotary locks; they are shit. Here's an interesting guide testing the safety of a few popular models.

  1. Pick the right thing to lock to. This seems obvious but a lot of people screw it up anyway. If you can lift your locked bike off of it, don't lock it there. (example 1, example 2.) Avoid street signs for this reason. Also, check to make sure that the object you're locking to is secured to the ground. Sometimes thieves will lay traps that look like good places to lock, but then they just pluck the trap off the ground and take the bike with them to remove the lock later. (example 1, example 2.) Other times, thieves will saw through a rack and then hide the gap with a piece of tape.

  2. Always put your strongest lock through the frame. Your wheels are removable and much less valuable than the rest of your bicycle put together.

  3. Always lock your wheels. Ideally you can put your U-lock through the frame as well as one of the wheels. That's particularly a good idea because it eats up empty space within the lock, which makes the lock harder to break or cut without breaking or cutting your bicycle. But even then, you'll have an unlocked wheel. Use your secondary lock to go through that wheel. If possible, also put your secondary lock through the frame and also lock it to the object you're locking to.

  4. Have your bike exposed for as little time as possible. If you can have your bike inside, do so. For one thing, this prevents damage to your drivetrain if it rains. For another, your bike won't be stolen. I use something like this to store my bikes in my apartment.

    The theme of locking your bike is to make it too much of a bother to deal with. You can't make it impossible for your bike to be stolen, but you can make it hard enough that nobody will care. This framework also means it's a good idea to never leave a super-expensive bike unoccupied, ever. Your bikes look fine for general commuting/locking, though.
u/flourandbutter · 3 pointsr/Bikeporn
u/thesuperunknown · 3 pointsr/bicycling

Or, just get one of these and you won't need to worry about drilling holes.

u/_h2 · 2 pointsr/bikecommuting
u/SirDuckferd · 2 pointsr/toronto

Here is a drill-less option that can hold two bikes:

I actually use this in my garage to keep both bikes off the ground. I did NOT need to drill anything into the walls as it simply leans against it, it's surprisingly stable.

u/MuddieMaeSuggins · 2 pointsr/bicycling

Check the height of your ceilings - we ended up not getting one of those because the only model tall enough was freaky expensive. Instead we got a the two-bike gravity stand. Ours was only $50, but we found the last one at Target on sale - they must have been getting rid of them.

For the ceiling mounted models, I would be less worried about the deposit and more worried about what your ceiling is made of. If you live in an older building, ceiling mounts can be a great way to pull your entire ceiling down. You definitely won't get your deposit back if that happens.

u/UnrealSquare · 2 pointsr/MTB

I haven't personally used any of these products but maybe this Top Vertical Stand, Bike Nook Stand, Double Vertical, or Gravity Stand would work?

u/underscore · 2 pointsr/bicycling

I've got one of these in my apartment. The arms are a bit fiddly, but I like it well enough.

u/rockenreno · 2 pointsr/bicycling

on, of course!

u/r1crystal · 2 pointsr/cycling

For free-standing, this one is great. I had 4 bikes at my old apartment and had two of these racks side by side in my entry-way. If you want to hang them vertically, the link below is a great one.


vertical wall mount

u/All_Purpose · 2 pointsr/MTB

I have one of these and I was able to store two bikes in my room without problems.

u/skelengtonsex · 2 pointsr/bicycling

This is what I bought for my apt. I would thing the difference in prices is from aesthetics and overall size of the rack. This gravity stand takes up less floor space and is less industrial looking then the one in your picture. Which could account for the higher price tag. I have one carbon bike on there now and it could easily hold another.

I'm sure that most all of them will work regardless of price. With multiple carbon bikes on a free standing rack I would look at the reviews to see if others have done the same.

u/wolf_moon101 · 2 pointsr/bikecommuting

Yeah, as others have said, there's just nothing that will prevent that. Even locked bike rooms can be defeated by a determined thief.

I recommend keeping your bike in your condo. I'm currently building a metal pegboard and bike rack setup (I'll post in the sub once I'm done), but the below bike rack is tool-free and keeps your bikes out of the way.


u/lmrojas · 1 pointr/bicycling
u/nicetriangle · 1 pointr/seattlebike

Those lean against the wall style bike hangers work better than I expected they would. We keep both our bikes in the entryway to our apartment and they barely occupy any space.

We got this one for $50.

u/i_ate_your_shorts · 1 pointr/bikecommuting

This off-brand 2-bike gravity rack:

Holds both of my bikes securely, was very cheap, and no marks on the walls. My landlady likes it so much that after seeing mine, she has started providing them to all of her tenants with bikes.

u/mania4conquest · 1 pointr/FixedGearBicycle

It's a 2 bedroom apartment shared with my wife. We both have beds so one will be used as our bedroom and one as a guest room. The apartment is fairly large with an open living room & dining room space. We have a fairly small couch, entertainment center and dining room table. We won't have a garage or outside storage. Hope that helps a little better. I was looking at the this stand but not sure I want to have 3 or 4 of them.

u/GeneralJustice · 1 pointr/lego

The shiny metal is a purchase:

I DIY'd a painted wood board and mounted matching hooks to get the bikes as they are in the photo. It's fairly cheap and easy. If you move a lot then the setup is also very convenient because no damage is done to the wall.

u/NamesTwister · 1 pointr/homeassistant

I considered flashing lights in the garage but I'm scared I'll just ignore them or not notice them, only one (potentially expensive) way to find out haha.

As for multiple users, I think that's a minor issue right now. It's a detached one car garage that is strictly used to store a car.

The bike stand in my house is a gravity stand. I guess I could potentially put a load cell between the contact point on the wall. I think it would need to be pretty sensitive. I don't think a lot of pressure gets put on that contact point from a road bike. I haven't been able to think of a good way to do a load sensor for this type of bike stand.

u/neoterix · 1 pointr/bicycling

I was in your position once, though I had a folding bike with a flatbar (so essentially a hybrid that folds). As someone mentioned below, getting Ergon grips with barends does at least get you a second hand position, but frankly, it looks like you've explored all the options and none are particularly exceptional. One of the additional costs to consider in conversion (in addition to the drop bar and brifters) is that the hybrid-style v-brakes are incompatible with brifters, and you either have to get road-style caliper brakes (best) or an adapter (look for a "travel agent"), which some say cause some sponginess or lack of feel in braking.

Anyway, I wouldn't say that someone that logs 100+ miles a week (20x3+40) is a "casual" rider, and I discovered that after doing a century ride, I felt the "versatility" of the upright, flatbar hybrid position was too limiting. It's a shame you have such a nice hybrid bike--frankly, I'm disappointed in the bike industry's push to get people onto hybrids, in my jaded view, they are simply a case of "jack of all trades, master of none" and the so-called "versatility" is just another word to sell bikes to people who are initially put off by the idea of lycra-clad roadies. Road bikes come in all kinds of geometries these days, and there are some pretty relaxed geometry bikes (they call them "endurance" these days) which should really be what's sold to the more "casual" rider instead of hybrids.

Anyway again, I sympathize with your apartment lifestyle... I ended up sucking it up and getting a real road bike after deciding that I like biking enough and I wanted to commit to it as a positive lifestyle/fitness change. Thankfully, since the other bike is a folding bike, the space addition wasn't huge. Maybe the solution instead is a really nice two bicycle rack :)

u/jerseymonkey · 1 pointr/bicycling

The Delta Cycle Michelangelo Gravity Stand Storage Rack which is highly recommended by TheSweetHome

My link is for a 4-bike version of the stand. They also offer a 2-bike stand for much cheaper.

u/hempybogart · 1 pointr/malelivingspace

Something like this freestanding rack would look good in the corner where bikes/sofa box are in the pictures

u/m2ellis · 1 pointr/bikecommuting

There are a bunch of stands that hold two bikes stacked like this.





And some others. I haven’t used any of them but they mostly have good reviews?

u/whenhen · 1 pointr/bicycling

Just remember that a lot of these hooks leave a big hole in the wall which can be costly when you move out of the apartment. It may be cheaper in the long run to get a bike stand similar to the one shown here since they won't damage your walls.

u/plztofix · 1 pointr/MTB

I used this one for similar purpose in a small apartment. Leans against the wall, but has rubber on the contact point to keep it from making marks.

u/wuvwuv · 1 pointr/battlestations

You can get it at, but it looks like the price went up. I only paid $50.

However, despite all the good reviews, I've had mixed feelings about it. My bike seems to be significantly heavier on one side, so more weight is on one of the hooks than the other. I'm a little worried it's going to snap one day.

Apart from that, I've been pretty happy with it and you can even hang two bikes on it if you want.

u/crbn_kllr · 1 pointr/AskNYC

There is always space in the apartment, as evidenced by our multiple bikes hanging from various walls.

One option


A third hung from the ceiling

u/Lets_talk_about_cars · 1 pointr/Atlanta

What's wrong with bringing them inside? Placing them on something like this takes them out of the way and keeps carpet clean.

u/tylerknight · 1 pointr/bicycling

You could just go with a gravity bike stand, and use the wall space without having to actually install anything.

I agree with bigred, though, anything that makes a bike visible above the fence line is definitely a security issue.

u/cap0ne415 · 1 pointr/bikecommuting
u/punxdead · 1 pointr/cycling

I use this one at home and it's remarkably sturdy. We've had a few small earthquakes and it's never fallen or dropped a bike, and I don't have it anchored to the wall or anything.

Delta Michelangelo Two-Bike Gravity Stand

u/sameoldnigga · 1 pointr/bicycling

Similar to this one

u/akerzee2 · 1 pointr/cycling

When I had a condo I used one of these in a closet to increase our storage. It worked really well.

Delta Cycle Michelangelo Two-Bike...

u/ChristophColombo · 1 pointr/bicycling

I have this rack. It leans against the wall, and while it's technically intended to hang the bike by the top tube, I just tested and it works perfectly fine hanging the bike vertically.

u/IronColumn · 1 pointr/bicycling

I got mine off of craigslist, but you can get similar ones

Perfect for apartments where you don't want to drill anything.

u/Dr_Hibbert_Voice · 1 pointr/bicycling

I use this one. It's cheap, stands on its own, and (I think) looks better than the one you posted.