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Old 08-29-15, 07:28 PM
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Pretty Good Fleet Storage Racks

My son found this storage rack for his truck...I adapted it to use in my bike shop...pretty good storage for your fleet...and very flexible and light...using 1" PVC pipe...highly recommend







Here is the website it came from...

Again...highly recommended...if you created this...THANK YOU!

Make your own Bike Rack
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I see your fleet of bikes, and think,

I am not worthy!

Oh, and the rack is great too!
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That's the first all-plastic rack that I've seen. It looks like the bikes are held in place well, does it seem sturdy in use?

BTW, what is the center-to-center spacing of the bikes?

Hey, look at that old Raleigh!
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I don't think you have enough bikes . . .
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Great idea, and it sure seems sturdy enough!

I wanna see some close-ups of that beautiful Colnago

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Originally Posted by gugie View Post
I see your fleet of bikes, and think,

I am not worthy!

Oh, and the rack is great too!
And to think...that is only PART of my fleet!!!! Careful...you may encourage me to post pics of the entire fleet!
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Originally Posted by dddd View Post
That's the first all-plastic rack that I've seen. It looks like the bikes are held in place well, does it seem sturdy in use?

BTW, what is the center-to-center spacing of the bikes?

Hey, look at that old Raleigh!
Spacing is 14" CTC

And you mean that "1952?" er, "1964" :-)
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Originally Posted by bikemig View Post
I don't think you have enough bikes . . .
N+18 baby!!!!!!
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Originally Posted by daf1009 View Post
N+18 baby!!!!!!
I'm thinking I need to start investing in companies that make pvc storage for bikes then . . . !
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i'm thinking i need to start investing in companies that make pvc storage for bikes then . . . !
lol...
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And to think...that is only PART of my fleet!!!! Careful...you may encourage me to post pics of the entire fleet!
I can take it, honest I can.
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As can I. Let's see 'em ALL ! ! !
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