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- Torpedo7 2 Bike Floor ...
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.
- 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
- 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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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.
Can you maybe measure the heights of the bikes (overall saddle heights and handlebar heights) and we'll see if we can help further.
Can anyone comment on how resilient these stands are to such shakes?