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How do you store your tandem?

Old 07-19-20, 07:12 AM
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How do you store your tandem?

I live in an apartment in the city, and keep the tando in basement a storage unit. But it's so big that it takes up most of the room! My first thought was some kind of hoist, but I can't drill into the ceiling. Any creative solutions?
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Old 07-19-20, 04:11 PM
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We always remove the wheels to transport ours on the hitch rack so when we get home I just stick it in the bike workstand where it stays until we ride it again.
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Two big hooks in the ceiling of the basement. Hang it by the wheels upside down.
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