Bikes can be a very space consuming in an indoor space.
Given their bulky nature, it can be difficult to get them to fit in your house and for it to look good, having it leaning on your wall in the house well thats not going to work.
Its a huge trip hazard, and if you have kids, kids left alone with your expensive bike? Thats not a match made in heaven is it.
Usually we recommend paid options but there are some fun DIY options so we have racked our brains and these are some we have come up with
1. Using a few dowels
This easy idea involves simply attaching two large dowels to the wall.
You can then use these to hold the up frame of your bicycle.
This is something that you can get sorted within a few hours and we think looks lovely.
2. Bike wall Hangers
Construct a lovely sleek storage stand using none other than hangers you could get for a few dollars .
Just get some strong glue, and you could be set.
Wooden hangers would be another option that would work, using wood glue,
3. PVC BIKE STORAGE RACK
4. Shelf stand
There are so many ways you can choose to go with this idea.
Basically, all you need is a wooden shelf, with a cutout to allow your bike to go into .
This is a great idea, as it can also be used a shelf along with a bike rack.
Next up, Pallet Bike rack
So consider a few of these ideas if you want a quirky way to use up some of those spare materials you may have.
Its something that looks great and unique.
Below are some paid options you may want
|Swagman XC2 Hitch Mount Bike Rack||Swagman||31 x 3.5 x 14 inches||2 Bikes||Rear|
|Allen Sports Premier 2-Bike Trunk Rack, Model S102||Allen||31 x 3.5 x 14 inches||2 Bikes||Rear|
|Allen Sports 3-Bike Hitch Racks for 1 1/4 in. and 2 in. Hitch||Allen||33 x 3.5 x 14 inches||3 Bikes||Rear|
|Thule Hyper XL Cargo Box||Thule||34 x 3.5 x 14 inches||5 bikes||Rear|
|Thule T2 Pro XT 2 Bike Rack||Thule||32.5 x 3.5 x 14 inches||2 Bikes||Rear|