Reddit Reddit reviews Racor - PLB-2R, Bike Rack, Garage Wall Stand

We found 23 Reddit comments about Racor - PLB-2R, Bike Rack, Garage Wall Stand. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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Racor - PLB-2R, Bike Rack, Garage Wall Stand
Customizable - Gravity rack leans against any walll, lightweight and movableDurable - Vinyl coated steel and rubber skids protects bikes, floors and wallsAdjustable - Independent adjustable holding arms will work with men's and women's bikesConvenient - Bikes are organized but easily accessibleReclaim Your Garage - Reduce your bike's footprint in your garage, but keep them easily accessible
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23 Reddit comments about Racor - PLB-2R, Bike Rack, Garage Wall Stand:

u/Low718 · 5 pointsr/bicycling

Would something like this work? Most don't even require drilling. Google gravity stand bike racks

u/SkinnyHusky · 5 pointsr/boston

I know this isn't the answer you're looking for, but have you considered alternate methods for storing your bike(s) in the apartment? For example something like this

u/ello_govna · 4 pointsr/Bikeporn

Agreed. Very simple. Worth the money. I can vouch for this model.

Given the chance, it'll stand on it's own fully loaded.

u/basidia · 3 pointsr/ladycyclists

I have this gravity stand from Amazon. I don't have a convenient stud to secure it to so it is currently freestanding. It allows you to spin the wheels on both bikes. It's too awkward for our commuter bikes since the rear racks screw up the weight distribution, but it works just fine for the road bikes.

u/tacet · 3 pointsr/bicycling

I have a gravity rack and it is AWESOME! No need to drill holes in the wall or worry about structural integrity.

u/The_High_Life · 3 pointsr/bicycling

I've been using this one for the past 5 years. Looks good, works good, price is right.

u/c0nsumer · 3 pointsr/MTB

Read up on the drywall anchors. They are probably rated for 50 pounds pulling straight down the wall, perpendicular to the anchor. You're going to be applying quite a bit of pulling out force. See what they are rated for with that. This may be listed on the anchor package for something like ceiling mount for hanging a plant.

You'll probably want a toggle bolt instead, as they have a higher pullout force. Look up the sort of thing done for hanging shelving and you'll see.

It may just be better for you, if possible, to get a wall rack that puts most of its load into the floor, like this one.

u/Zel_bel · 2 pointsr/ladycyclists

Okay, I have this bike stand in my dining room/kitchen. It works fine, but it leans forward more than I'd like...

My neighbors, who's apartment mirrors mine, has this bike stand that makes me jealous and is on my "Someone please buy this for me list"

u/cygore · 2 pointsr/MTB

I bought this off amazon:

It fits 2 29ers comfortably with wide bars. The wheels just have to sit at a slight angle.

u/seriouschris · 2 pointsr/bicycling

Nicely done. Looks really good and I like the small profile. Just an FYI to anyone interested, a few dollars more gets you THIS

u/sigismond0 · 2 pointsr/bicycling

Absolutely, and you have a couple of options. First is a wall stand like this:

Only needs one non-load-bearing screw at the top to prevent it wobbling, not too expensive, very sturdy. I have two of these at home.

Option two is something like this:

You can screw that into the studs in your wall and hang each bike with only two small holes.

Option three is to use the same type of hanger along with good quality drywall anchors:

Those will let you have ~50lbs without needing studs, but they leave slightly larger holes. Nothing that can't be taken care of with a bit of spackling when you move out though, and this has the upside of being able to put them wherever you want instead of just where studs are.

u/xlxoxo · 2 pointsr/bicycling

I use a gravity stand. Warning, the top needs to be anchored to avoid tipping.

Check reviews.

u/BrianJPugh · 2 pointsr/bicycling

I have a 2 bike stand that is free standing ( It can be bolted to the wall to assist it and be flush against it. The arms for each bike can be positioned independently and the hooks will swivel as well.

I know it looks wonky, but really I have one free standing in my garage with a 62 Steel Raleigh 3 Speed on the top part and while it does lean out some, it has been up for well over a year. That includes fumbling the bike around hanging it up and taking it down (damn thing is heavy), using it as a make-shift stand for tire changes, and just getting banged around.

u/mctrillboy · 2 pointsr/bicycling

Thanks! I got mine used but I think this is it

u/ephrion · 2 pointsr/cycling
u/AWESOM3e92 · 1 pointr/bicycling

I bought this used on Amazon:

It's not as nice looking, but it gets the job done.

u/Mesquite_Skeet_Skeet · 1 pointr/bicycling

That looks really nice. I like the clean style.

That Ikea pole costs $30. The other stuff (brackets, hooks, square piping) would probably bring the cost over $50. Plus, you'd actually have to put it together. It's probably easier and cheaper just to buy a pre-made gravity stand. But I do like the look of that Ikea one.

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/Saritachiquita · 1 pointr/SmallHome

We have a 2 story, 900 square foot home. We are lucky to have almost all of our space completely utilized, however, the staircase (U-shaped) takes up a fair portion of our floor plan. Also, we have no place to store our bikes. We live in an urban area where bike theft is common, so they need to be inside. Right now, they are sitting in our living room. It would be nice to have a place to put them, but normal bike stands like this won't fit anywhere in our house.

u/JakeRidesAgain · 1 pointr/bicycling

Half the price, and works absolutely great. I've shaken the crap out of this thing with 2 bikes on it, and even on carpet, it doesn't slide or teeter. You're gonna want to make sure it's screwed into a stud, but it has worked great.