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Product Country of Origin: Taiwan.
2-way Bike Storage Stand
White color and black color available
- Stores bike in 2 different orientations; vertical and horizontal
- Vertical orientation is great for longer storage and saves valuable space
- Horizontal orientation is good for grab-and-go before a ride.
- Tire cradle and top hook are fully adjustable for a variety of wheels and tires
- Top hook is padded to avoid scratches
Additional height extension bar(420-5015-00) for 29'er Full Suspension MTB is available as an option
Capacity And Restrictions
- Do not use with bicycles that have a mud guard or fender installed
- Extension bar is recommended with any long wheel base bicycle
- Do not use with tandems
- Mount up to 70mm width tire. Tires wider than 70mm cannot fit into this stand
- If using an E-bicycle, please check the bikes balance if trying to use the vertical position. Stand may be unstable
- 420-5010-01 (Black)
- USD 109.99 (Black)
USD 119.99 (White)
- Top Hook Height
- 1,150mm / 1,220mm
- Applicable Tire Size
- 20" – 29"
- 4.2 kgs
- 1 year
Extra length joint for DS-2100
- 420-5015-01 (Black)
- W = 570 mm
- D = 755 mm
- H = 1,220 mm
- T = 70 mm (inside width)
- DS-2100 designed for storage or display. Do not ride your bike when in the stand
- Set up ton a flat floor
- Be careful the bike balance when vertical use
- Support Pillar can be adjusted for height depending on the length of bike’s wheel base
- Be sure to adjust the red tire holder to the correct wheel size. Incorrect position will cause instability
- Do not hang your bike from the back wheel in the vertical position.
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