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How do you store your bikes?

Old 09-02-10, 01:51 PM
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How do you store your bikes?

For those of you with multiple bikes, how do you organize everything in your garage (or wherever you keep them all)? I have all but one hanging on hooks, but the ceiling is high and it's kind of a hassle to get them up and down. Been trying to talk the wife into parking her car on the street, but no dice... Pictures if you gottem, especially if you have a unique or interesting system.
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I use one o' these....
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I have 3 road bikes a mt bike & a tandem..all hang from rafters upside down like bats.....
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I hang the 2 bikes that I am not riding by hooks in the garage by rear wheel. The bike I am currently riding leans against the workbench. When the weather gets colder, nice bikes go downstairs and my Jamis alternates from being on trainer to outside when there is no snow or ice on the streets.
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Originally Posted by joe_5700
I hang the bikes that I am not riding by hooks in the garage by rear wheel. The bike I am currently riding leans against the workbench.
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I've got three of these in my garage at the moment... they are mostly for winter storage though... in the other 9 months of the year I just park in the drive and leave the garage for bikes and etc...
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4 roadies
1 hybrid
1 MTB
1 tandem

All are kept in the spare room. Wife won't hav any of that "keep thm in the garage" madness!
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I have one of the things that holds one bike over the other against a wall. My GF's bike and the MTB I just shove wherever is convenient.
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