The Platinum gravity bike rack provides safe, secure, and convenient storage of 2 bikes in an apartment, office, garage, or almost anywhere there is available wall space
Features: • The storage arm assemblies adjust independently up and down to assure parallel storage with the floor • The storage cradles slide in / out on the storage arms to get the bikes as close to the wall as the handlebars permit • Storage cradles feature soft foam padded inserts to protect the bike frame • Constructed of high carbon steel with smooth Platinum powder coat finish • 100 lb capacity • Assembled dimensions: 8 Foot tall, 22 inches wide, and 15 inches deep • Weighs 20 lbs
Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous It does exactly what is says
It does exactly what is says and for the price its great value. Mine arrived on time with all the parts and nothing missing. It’s really easy to put together it took me less than ten minutes but I had to adapt mine slightly because my MTB rear shock mounts to the cross bar on the frame and doesn’t have a big enough gap for the storage arm assembly to fit through.
27 March 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous Poor Quality, difficult to assemble
Where do I start, poor finish on the paintwork, missing bolts, arm height adjusters require thread re-tapping before they will fit and assembly instructions difficult to follow. Has put me off GearUp products.
Don't think about buying this unless you have a well kitted toolshed, and be prepared to take a long time to assemble. Now it's finally up, it functions OK with road bikes but full suspension mountain bikes don't fit well. Overall not very happy with this product.
23 January 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Does the job but poor quality
This stand is very good design but is let down by low quality finish and materials. Two of the allen key heads rounded on the first tighten, one of the arm height adjusters was stripped, all peices were scratched, dented and dirty. I spent 4 hours cleaning/ filing and building. Now it's up it looks ok and works, shame about the poor quality.
22 September 2010