Here is our rack. We remove pedals and turn handlebars.
Best regards and Happy pedaling!
“Smitty” (S. M. Ardrey)
Community Outreach & Bike Kitchen Coordinator
a.k.a. The Instigator
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On Jan 2, 2020, at 5:21 PM, Gordon Hamachi firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Here is a link to my free standing, low cost bike rack design, with notes on construction. I designed it for space-efficient storage of the bikes in my garage, with access to any bike. Fence posts provide a frame to hang bikes vertically from hooks. The flat top deck is good for storage.
The linked page contains designs for a number of different bike racks by various people. In case the link doesn't take you to the start of my vertical design when viewed in your browser, scroll vertically to the middle of the page or search for "Bike Rack 2.0".
From: David Coppley DCoppley@intercitytransit.com Date: Thu, 2 Jan 2020 18:18:55 +0000
I need to build some free-standing bike storage for our bike program. I have a large open space for storage, and am looking to fit more bikes in the space.
Please share photos and designs for bike racks that…
Stand on their own, without support or attachment to walls
Hold 10 or more bikes each
Bonus points for frugality
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