Poisson
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A strong well made product
Posted10 June 2010
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fromTodmorden
Country : United Kingdom
Age : 35-44
Interest : Cross Country MTB
Level : Regular
Gender : Male
Budget : Value for money
"Very impressed with the brackets which seem very strong and supportive. My only issue with them was more a lack of forethought on my part because i did not appreciate how much space bikes take when hung from the wall and if you want to hang more than one bike side by side they have to be hung top to tail and still have space to angle the the wheel when initially inserting the bike."
Pros: Attractive, Rugged, High Quality, Good Fit
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A lightweight road frame pump which morphs into a mini floor pump. Extra long high pressure barrel and integral gauge.
 

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Do you also sell the Part Number TRK-RP01 which includes a replacement O ring for this pump?
5 months, 2 weeks ago
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Poisson
Preston, Lancashire, UK
 
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How much room does the bike take up?

I'm thinking of using one of these in a hallway/corridor. Does the bike hang perpendicular to the wall (picture seems to show at an angle)?
Yes the bike does hang perpendicular to the wall when properly seated but it needs to be initially located in the hanging loop by angling the bike between 45 and 90 degrees from the wall. To get some impression of how much space you will need hold your bike up to the wall in the area you are thinking of using making sure that the lowest wheel to the floor is at least three inches clear of the floor. I have hung a mountain bike in mine and it can be hung by either the front or back wheel
4 years, 3 months ago
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Poisson
Todmorden