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In needed a parking rack for week days to switch from commuting bike for the children carrier MTB to pick my daughter at school.

Step 1: You Need

A bit of wood
Drill
Saw
Screws
Sand Paper
Neutral Polish

Step 2: Sawing & Drilling

Check your bike's wheel width.
Mark pieces together, drill.
Add as many racks as you want.

Step 3: Make It Rainproof

Sand paper and two polish layers and your rack is ready for rainy days.

Step 4: Final Assembling

<p>Sometimes it's so simple and neat you can't help but think <em>&quot;I should have thought of that&quot;</em></p>
<p>made one using this idea last week only difference i fixed mine to my fence so the rack is off the ground out of the damp and i can also put my bike lock around the fence posts and keep bikes safe thumbs up off me cheers for the idea </p>
<p>I agree with gfry that the bikes can tip over, but I just a very similar one in my shed against a wall and it helps them stay i place.</p>
<p>You gotta be careful with this type of bike rack. I built one last summer, and over this passed winter, the weight of the snow on the bikes pushed them over onto each other and bent the rims. Its a great stand for quick use...but watch out if you are going to try to store the bikes in it for any length of time.</p>
Thanks for the tip but I'll store my bikes in my garage no snow in here !!
<p>I live in Canada...lots of snow here :)</p>
<p>Nice!</p>

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