Wall mount for two bikes?

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I'm looking for a wall mount to put in my apartment to save some space. I've got two carbon road bikes and I'd like to stack one under the other (the bottom bike could just lean on the wall). Do you have any stand or mount suggestions? They are nice bikes so I need something that will not scratch or damage.

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by thegunner

http://www.topeak.com/products/storagea ... hbikestand

works nicely in a small apartment or garage.

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by HaroldC

thegunner wrote:http://www.topeak.com/products/storageanddisplay/dual-touchbikestand" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

works nicely in a small apartment or garage.

That's the same one I have. It works great and looks pretty good too.

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by RyanH

This may not be your cup of tea, but since I have exposed piping in my loft, I went to Home Depot and purchased 1" black steel pipes (12" long), floor flanges and end caps. Total cost was $20 for 1 bike. I added 3M clear protector on the pipe to prevent scratching my frame.


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by RichTheRoadie

Ikea picture ledge + hook in wall + Kryptonite (or other brand) cable lock extension + carabiner =



Uses dead ceiling space too as the hubs are at about head-height.

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