Bike Parking Stand – 6 Bicycle
Parking Stands are wonderful if your prime purpose is to keep bikes neat and tidy, and where security is not a major issue. Most commonly these are installed in garages, in commercial or industrial premises for staff use or in bicycle retailers for display purposes.
Bicycle Parking Stand for 6 Bicycles
A Bicycle Parking Stand is a wonderful way to keep bikes neat and tidy. Mainly used when security is not a major issue. These are often put in garages, in commercial or industrial premises. Many bicycle retailers use our bike parking racks for shop displays.
A 6 bike parking rack is 195 cm in length and holds six bicycles. Each stand is spaced 37 cm apart. Holes are provided to enable you to anchor the bike parking racks to the ground if you wish.
Importantly our bike parking racks are made to last. They are made from 12mm steel and will provide you with years of service. As they are fully welded there are no points of weakness. And finally, even if something should to go wrong they are covered by a 10 year replacement warranty.
Our bike parking racks are designed to hold the majority of bicycles commonly used. The uprights of the stand are 6 cm apart. This means they hold any bicycle tire up to 2.25 inches. If you are not familiar with bicycle tires, this means all bicycles except some specialist downhill tires can be held.
Installing the stand is a simple matter of deciding whether you wish to install them straight or offset to one side as in the attached picture. Installing them at an offset angle can be convenient, but our suggestion is to install them at 90 degrees in most circumstances as it maximises the space which each rider has to access their bicycle.
This product is available in either hot dipped galvanised or powder coated black.
Freight for your purchase is free to any of the major metropolitan areas of Australia. The main areas where freight may be a problem is WA (except Perth), NT and some parts of outback SA, QLD and NSW. We can ship to more remote locations but there is likely to be a freight charge. If in doubt please contact us.