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I have a couple of reasonably expensive bikes, so I don't want to keep them in the shed or garage. I also use them regularly, so want to ...
Parts:I bought all the following from a UK DIY superstore called B&Q for under 35GBP.2x square wood decking1x 1.8m fence post1x bolt down fence post support2x bike hooks ...
Place one bit of decking upside down on the floor and place the other on top of it. Make sure to orient the decking so as to create ...
To stop the bikes from hanging over the back of the base, we put a piece of wood across the back at rear wheel height.
Add the hooks to the top of the post. We had to put ours on diagonally to get a little extra height for my singlespeed. It's frame has ...
I have a wooden floor in my living room and don't want it scratched. As such we added felt pads into the corners of the base. Be sure ...
We carried the bike tree into the living room and then installed the ballast into the base.
The finished bike tree! :)Special thanks to...Labour and ideas:(Unkie) DaveStuLeeMoral Support:CarolineMaryFiona
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