Steadyrack Classic Bike Storage, 1-Bike

Last updated: July 27, 2022

Whether you have a road, mountain or hybrid bike, you'll love this bike storage. This rack is wall mounted to keep the floor space in your garage free for other things. It's made with a durable steel frame that is able to hold as much as 77 pounds. It even swivels for customized positioning.

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: Make extra space in your garage with this bike storage rack, which has a 160-degree side-to-side swivel.

In our analysis of 71 expert reviews, the Steadyrack Classic Bike Storage, 1-Bike placed 12th when we looked at the top 16 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The Steadyrack Classic Bike Rack will have you thinking about new ways to store your bicycle. A perfect solution for the home, garage, small apartment or office space, the Steadyrack can store your bicycle vertically and swivel nearly 180 degrees to either side to save additional space. Built to last, the Steadyrack is easy to use and install, with no heavy lifting – simply pull your bike up on the back wheel and slide it into the rack system. And unlike bike hooks, the Steadyrack can be installed virtually anywhere. If you’re tired of parking your bike in the living room, the Steadyrack Classic Bike Rack is a great alternative.Features: Can be mounted to virtually any wall Can swivel almost 180 degrees from side to side Minimizes space without compromising safety Keeps the bicycle secure without damaging the rims.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

There are many unique features to the Steadyrack, but for us, the best thing about it is ability to swing the bike side from to side against the wall. In a cramped bike storage room, it allows easier access to other bikes and makes use of wall space instead of floor space.
This is among the best choices out there to hold a single bike against the wall. The swivel makes the rack one of the most space-efficient options for wall-mounted racks.
This high-quality, pivoting rack doesn't require you to lift the bike off the ground - even kids can do it!
The dynamic tire tray also keeps the tires from scratching on the drame so you will never have to worry about unpretty bike marks.
The Steadyrack can also be swung from side to side nearly 180 degrees, allowing you to stack multiple bikes against each other and maximize available space.
Fits many types of bike from road bikes to hybrid bikes with 20-29” tires.
The strong and sturdy design for this rack allows it to support a maximum weight capacity of 77 lbs.
Free up floor space by choosing this type of rack. This is ideal for apartments, smaller homes and offices. This unit can store bikes vertically and it can turn 180-degrees to either side so you can save up on floor space even more.
Unlike some of the other vertical-storage options we tried, which require you to lift your bike well off the ground while simultaneously twisting its wheel to get it into a hook, the Steadyrack Classic Rack unfolds from the wall like an old-fashioned ironing board. To get your bike on this rack, you’ll simply tip it back on its rear wheel and roll it forward until the front wheel sits in the rack, which is wide enough to accommodate even mountain-bike tires.
We like the stabalizing bracket that fits a variety of tire widths and helps distribute weight evenly.
With its 180-degree pivot feature, you can stack more bikes together and still save space. If you're looking for a reliable, high-quality bike rack system for personal or commercial use, then check out the Steadyrack system.

What reviewers didn't like

We admit to having taken two attempts at installation after not being accurate enough the first time. There isn’t room for error with the snug mounting holes, so careful drilling is essential.
It can be irritating to set up, as it doesn’t come with instructions; reviewers report turning to YouTube for better constructions instructions. Many suggest buying your own wall anchor hardware.
Tire trays are great, but it's still hard to avoid scuffing walls in general.
Planning where to install the rack is the tricky part.
This rack is, without a doubt, more complicated to install than a hook—you have to lay the rack on the floor and line it up with your bike (which means you may need an assistant to hold the bike up) to figure out how far up on the wall you need to place the rack.
Mounting caps are made of plastic that can chip or break easily.
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