- 79"H x 26"W x 19"D assembled
- Securely holds two bikes along the wall
- 100 lb capacity
- Uses one fastener to mount to wall
- Skid-free rubber guards protects the floor
- Independent adjustment arms for level bike storage
- Vinyl coated bike cradles and base protect bikes & floor
- Epoxy coated black finish
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What people are saying
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- Ample Storage
- Easy To Assemble
- Quality Construction
- Requires lifting bike
- Space Saver
Comments about Racor(r) Gravity Bike Rack (PLB-2B):
This rack was bought to help us fit 2 bikes into a small shed and still have some room leftover and it did it's job well. However, as a 5'4", 27 year old female of average build, I found it challenging to lift my "mountain bike" on and off the rack. The lower level was possible but not easy for me due to the weight of the bike and I was unable to do the upper level. My husbands bike is more of a "road bike" with lighter construction and I have a MUCH easier time lifting his off the lower level of the rack. With my husband's height of 5'11" and stronger arms he can lift either bike with ease.