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Frankie13
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by Frankie13

Hello,

I needed more space in my little office and thought this is a nice and cheap way to clean up the floor space. This is a wall mount made by Feedback sports who also manufactures the bike stand that I use for the Canyon. It’s very sturdy quick installed and the arms can be separately adjusted for sloping frames as well. I think that bikes need to be stored in climate controlled rooms anyway and don’t belong in hot and dusty garages :beerchug:
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mjduct
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by mjduct

I really like the Cyclock, I just haven't bought one yet...

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HammerTime2
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It's Cycloc, not Cyclock.

Frankie13
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by Frankie13

I haven't seen that before, although I still think I prover the Feedback one. Looks like less stress on the top tube IMO.

PoorCyclist
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by PoorCyclist

I use the feedback in the full tree version.
The only thing is the wheel always steer to one side, I see you used a strap to help.. pretty good.

Frankie13
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by Frankie13

PoorCyclist wrote:I use the feedback in the full tree version.
The only thing is the wheel always steer to one side, I see you used a strap to help.. pretty good.


Yeah, that was the only thing I didn't like but also an easy fix. Strap, or pointing the front a little down would take care of that too, but I like the bike to be level.

beardking
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by beardking

Frankie13 wrote:
PoorCyclist wrote:I use the feedback in the full tree version.
The only thing is the wheel always steer to one side, I see you used a strap to help.. pretty good.


Yeah, that was the only thing I didn't like but also an easy fix. Strap, or pointing the front a little down would take care of that too, but I like the bike to be level.


now level your photos :p

Frankie13
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by Frankie13

beardking wrote:
Frankie13 wrote:
PoorCyclist wrote:I use the feedback in the full tree version.
The only thing is the wheel always steer to one side, I see you used a strap to help.. pretty good.


Yeah, that was the only thing I didn't like but also an easy fix. Strap, or pointing the front a little down would take care of that too, but I like the bike to be level.


now level your photos :p


I knew that comment would come, but it's actually the angle of my IPhone that made them look not level. I can assure you it's all good.

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Kabush
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ross
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PoorCyclist wrote:I use the feedback in the full tree version.
The only thing is the wheel always steer to one side, I see you used a strap to help.. pretty good.


I'm not aware of your stand design but if you can angle the frame so the front wheel is slightly lower, it should stop it

Geoff
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I need to build a full Service Course... :oops:

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LouisN
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Geoff,

Get started.

We need to see your collection.

Louis :)

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stella-azzurra
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by stella-azzurra

When not in use it can also double a a dog food bowl, party chip dip bowl, plant holder the list is endless. Worth the money. :lol:

mjduct wrote:I really like the Cyclock, I just haven't bought one yet...

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by artray

I banged a couple of big nails in the wall and covered with some foam , I call it the nailfoam wall intergration system.

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