Our patented swing away 'swivel' feature has revolutionised the bike rack industry, whilst helping cyclists save valuable space in their condo, home, garage or apartment. One of the unique features of Steadyrack Bike Racks is its patented swivel feature. Our swivel bike racks have revolutionised bicycle storage, making it easier than ever before to store bikes in tight spaces, or fit more bikes where there isn’t much room. Other bike storage solutions hadn’t gotten the swing out bike rack right, so we knew we had to fill this gap with an innovative, easy solution for bicycle owners!
Swivel Bike Racks for Small Spaces: Behind Doors, in Bike Cabinets, in the Hallway - Any Nook or Cranny You Name It!
For many people living in apartments or homes with less space, finding a spare wall to install a bike rack can be difficult. Many of our customers have been creative over the years with installing Steadyrack’s behind doors, in cupboards or creating their very own bike storage cabinet. The 160-degree pivot feature in our swivel bike rack means that even if you store your bike in a hard-to-reach or awkward area, like behind a door, swivelling the bike to the side means you’ll be able to easily reach in, and pull your bike in and out of the rack. When you want the bike to fold away to free up more room, simply swivel the bike rack closer to the wall or door! Rotating bike racks make life much easier, and trust us, as a group of avid cyclists - we know!
Don't Just Stop at One! Store Multiple Bikes with our Steadyrack Swing Away Bike Racks
Finding space to safely store multiple bikes can be a struggle. Most bike storage solutions are not built to accommodate multiple bikes being stored in the same location, meaning bikes get easily tangled and damaged. Our swing away bike racks mean multiple bikes can be stored on the same wall in close proximity without the bikes touching. The pivot function of our bike racks means you can install your bikes closer together and pivot them to one side, making room for more bikes or other storage items. Check out our Wall Placement Guide to see our tips and tricks for storing bikes as close together as possible.
Need help storing multiple bikes together?
Our Wall Placement Guide tells you everything you need to know about storing multiple bikes in a Steadyrack, depending on your space.
Our Pivoting Bike Racks for the Garage Make Your Space Less Cluttered
One of the most useful things about our swivel bike racks is the way it opens up space for other items, like your car! The most frustrating thing for bicycle owners with one or more bikes, is the fact that often your bikes are leant against the wall in the garage, meaning you cannot park your car, or struggle to do so without damaging your bikes. With our swing away bike racks, you can pivot your bicycle close to the wall, opening up tons of space to park your car easily, and get out of the car without a bike falling on you from a hook, or stepping on one that’s laid on the ground!
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Why a Steadyrack Bike Mount for Your Wall?
With Steadyrack’s wall mount bike storage racks, you’ll be able to free up precious space in your home or garage. Bicycles are large items when they’re horizontal, making them difficult to store. Storing your bike with a wall mount can help solve this problem. Getting your bike off the floor not only protects your bike by giving it a safe, dedicated space to be stored by its wheels (instead of its rims or spokes), but Steadyrack’s wall mount bicycle racks also free up your floor space for lots of other activities - just imagine what you could do in a garage or shed which had extra floor space to utilise for the other activities you enjoy.
The trouble with conventional bike wall mounts is that once installed, your bike still protrudes from the wall, not to mention the potential damage that can occur if the bike is bumped. With conventional bike rack systems for the wall, you must physically pick up and lift your bike into the wall mount. This is a cumbersome activity and potentially dangerous if someone doesn’t have the amount of strength required to lift the bike up. With Steadyrack’s design, the process is safer - there’s no lifting required as you can manoeuvre the bike onto the back tyre and then simply push the bike into the wall rack.
Typical wall hanging bicycle racks are static; once the bike is in the rack it can’t move. Steadyrack’s mounted bike rack’s pivot 160-degrees, which means you can push your bike as close to the wall as your handlebars and pedals allow.
This also means you can fit more bikes into the same space whilst maintaining easy access and ensuring the safety of yourself and the surrounding bikes on the wall.
Almost any type of bike will fit in a Steadyrack. You’re sure to find one that will fit perfectly, with detailed information on how to choose the best rack for your bike. If you’ll be swapping the type of bike that is stored in a Steadyrack, opted for our Fat Rack or Mountain Bike Rack (MTB), as the wider arms will accommodate both large and small bikes, without compromising the space-saving and safety features.
Yes – all five of our racks pivot up to 160 degrees, to the left and right, making it easy to access your bike when you go for a ride.
With a Steadyrack, there is no need to lift or juggle your bikes. Just balance your bike on the back wheel, push it in and allow the rack to do the lifting. An easy motion suitable for people of all ages and strengths.
Steadyrack’s revolutionary design allows you to store your bike upright, off the floor and saves more of your valuable floor space. When the bike rack is empty, the arms simply fold away.
Yes, you can lock your bikes into our racks with a D-Lock or Chain lock. This is sufficient to prevent opportunist theft and adequate if your bikes are stored in a private carpark. If your bikes are in a location fully accessible to the public, we recommend installing our Lock Bracket or a steel rail to the wall underneath the rack to attach a locking device to. As with everything, take caution when storing your bike in a public place, as professional thieves can generally get around any locking system.