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So You Got a New Bike. Where Are You Supposed to Store It?

on June 25, 2020
| News

Your apartment hasn’t gotten any bigger, and you need to store your bike without making the place unlivable. Here are some options.

If your apartment is short on closet space, you probably don’t want to relinquish what little you have. So that leaves the walls, doors and ceiling.

If you want to keep the bike out of sight, consider an over-the-door rack or a vertical one like the $90 Steadyrack, which fits behind a door or in a corner. Or embrace the bike as a showpiece and hang it horizontally along a wall with a shelf like the $325 Knife & Saw Bike Shelf. There are more affordable horizontal options, too, like a $39 Ibera wall hanger.

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