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TORPEDO7 2 Bike Floor to Ceiling Stand

$99.99

$49.99

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The T7 2 bike storage system is designed to keep your bikes, boards, grandmother, or anything else off the floor and out of the way.

Comments like "Worth Every Cent and More, Top Bike Stand, Brilliant, Easy, and Ideal Storage" go some way to describe this Floor To Ceiling stand, but maybe the best of all is "Remained Standing When Everything Else Fell Down" which sums up this stand nicely. To read more about what our customers think about this stand click on the Product Reviews Tab just above.

To erect, simply extend the vertical brace until it is wedged between the floor and roof, or a window/door frame, and hang your items.

Features:

  • Quick lock ratchet system and adjustable feet make set up easy.
  • Rubber pads on feet avoid damge to floors and ceilings
  • Easy adjust hanger system

Specifications:

  • Max load when vertical : 60kg
  • Max load when erected at 65º (between the floor and a window frame) : 20kg
  • Product weight : 4kg
  • Minimum to maximum extension: 1.6m - 3m

Please note: You will not be able to hang two adult bikes from this storage stand if it is set at the minimum extension.

The stand is suitable for a multitude of bike frame designs, the horizontal support does not rotate but the rubber covered hooks at each end allow for a wide range of frame designs - including 12" wheel kids bikes and monocoque downhill bikes.

Due to the length of this product the Shipping cost will be NZ$20.00 or AU$25.00.

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Reviews
TORPEDO7 2 Bike Floor to Ceiling Stand 4.5 5 54 54
Simple & effective Easy to install. Haven't had any issues so far with the bike rack part slipping down. Delivery took 7 working days. 28 July 2014
Works well......Good design Sets up easily, does not damage anything, simple to use, good value(at half price special......took 2 weeks to arrive? Box torn in Middle(right around)...could have been damaged......rough post? 19 July 2014
This bike rack works a treat! This simple bike rack works very well. It has allowed us to bring order out of chaos and given us extra space in the corner of the garage. Very simple to put in place and the beauty of it is that it can be located at any point, rather than having to drill and secure it to the floor or ceiling. Great value for money. 15 July 2014
Easy to erect and sturdy when up. This product is great. Keeps the bikes out of the way in the shed. 7 July 2014
Excellent stand Great stand works well as I have my roadie up top and my dualie MTB on the bottom and both bikes fit the stand well and support them perfectly. 17 April 2014
Very simple and easy to use After some minor adjustments the bike stand comfortably keeps both my road bikes up and out of the way. 9 February 2014
Great Value A mate of mine has a mopre expensive version of this and I was impressed and inspired me t make this purchase. It couldn't be easier to erect and performed exactly as you'd expect. No holes. No tools required. I expect the ceiling paint may need a touch up when removed, from the rubber block but won't know until then. I expect you'd need to find ceiling joists to push against, or it would go through just plaster. Mine is in a flat with conreate ceiling, so no problem. Packaging was damaged by the courier, but the stand was unmarked. 16 January 2014
Surpassed Expectations Arrived in good time. Relatively simple to install. Looks great and does the job 7 January 2014
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Hi there, it would depend on the pitch. It works best at right angles, or close to it. If the ceiling is vary angled then it will come loose and fall over when the bikes are on it. If the ceiling is at a right angle then these are incredibly stable.
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I believe it could as the top "foot" is on a pivot which would allow it sit on a slope. If the slope is too great it may not be very secure though. If you have timber framing I would screw a wooden block to the sloping timber to provide a horizontal surface so that the "foot" can be adjusted onto a flat horizontal surface as it will provide greater security.
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Answer: 
The unit relies on pressure to keep it in place. With a sloping ceiling, movement as you hang/remove the bike/s is likely to loosen it and thered\fore nothing holding it in place.

If you're this way inclined, you could drill 2 holes in the top pad and screw 2 large screws into the ceiling joists. This should hold it in place.

You'd have 2 screw holes to patch in the ceiling when you remove it, but not a big problem.
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Potentially. The top part that rests against the ceiling can be on an angle. Not sure what sort of angle it would cope with though.
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Hi there, unfortunately not. This is only designed for two bikes thanks
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what is the minimum height to hold two bikes?

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Hi there, I am not too sure how to answer that. There's a minimum & maximum length the stand will extend to - but surely it would depend on the size and style of bike as to how much room you'll need.
Can you maybe measure the heights of the bikes (overall saddle heights and handlebar heights) and we'll see if we can help further.
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You probably need a minimum of 2.2m. It will depend on what size bikes you plan to put on it. I have a small commuter bike and a 57cm road bike with about 100mm gap between the two. Suggest you measure the max height of each bike, add a minimum 100mm for a gap between the bikes and above the top bike. Also allow another 50mm to position the lower bike off the floor.
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Resilient to earthquakes?

I'm concerned that if I use one of these in my garage in Christchurch, the next shake may bring the whole thing down atop my car. Otherwise it could be a great solution to the too many bikes/ too small garage dilemma

Can anyone comment on how resilient these stands are to such shakes?

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We'd love to hear more reviews from customers, but we did have one comment from a customer from Christchurch stating that this bike stand remained standing while everything else fell around it... Depends on the quake magnitude of course, but if it's big enough to pull this from its place - I would imagine you'll have bigger issues than just a scratched car. Like all of these type racks, the better you secure it, the better it will survive. Just lock it directly beneath a beam, and you'll be fine.
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Do not use anywhere near something precious or expensive. Barely secure in normal use let alone earthquake
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Hi there, it comes as shown in the images, with the upright adjustable pole and two sets of hooks attached to the horizontal bars - on which to hang two bikes, or other garage items.
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Comes with hooks
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Yes it comes with hooks for two bikes
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Yes it does and the hooks are rubber coated and quite large to take most tubing sizes. Angled top tubes (my wife's bike) result in the bike wanting to slide with the heavier rear wheel. I fixed this by adding a split and flat washer behind the clamp knob to get it tighter - stops it drooping on an angle.
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Yes it comes with hooks
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Currently, all Australian orders are shipped through Australian Post. Our goods are shipped from NZ.

Shipments sent outside NZ are sold exclusive of GST and may be subject to import duties and taxes, which may be levied once your shipment reaches your country.

For details of Customs charges please consult your own Customs authorities for the latest rates. Additional charges for customs clearance must be borne by you. Unfortunately, we have no control over these charges and cannot predict what they may be.

We are unable to reimburse any costs incurred regardless of the circumstances.

Shipping Costs and Calculations:

Shipping Category
Price
Flat Rate
$9.00 AUD
Mini Bulk
$15.00 AUD
Mini Bulk 2
$25.00 AUD
Mini Bulk 4
$35.00 AUD
Mini Bulk 3
$40.00 AUD
Bikes/Bulky items
$80.00 AUD

Here are some of the common products that fall into these Shipping Categories. Please note this is just a rough guide and some products may stray outside of these categories.

Mini Bulk - $15.00 (AUD)
Bike Wheelsets under $400, Wind and Roller Trainers, Bike Workstands, Snowboards, Skis, Wakeboards, Wakeskates, Bike Tow Bar Racks.

Mini Bulk 2 - $25.00 (AUD)
Bike Frames under $800, Bike Wheelsets over $400, Bike Bags (Soft), Snowboard Packages, Inflatable Kayaks under $800, Moto Wheelsets, Mid-size Tents.

Mini Bulk 3 - $40.00 (AUD)
Bike Tow Bar Channel Racks, 3x3 Folding Tents.

Mini Bulk 4 - $35.00 (AUD)
BMX Bikes, Bike Frames over $800, Inflatable SUP Boards, Inflatable Kayaks over $800, Large Tents.

Bikes/Bulky - $80.00 (AUD)
Mountain and Road Bikes, Bike Cases (Hard).

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