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Steadyrack Fender Rack

Steadyrack Fender Rack
  • Color: Black
$119.99
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The Steadyrack Fender Bike Rack is one of the only bike racks designed specifically to accommodate bikes with fenders and mudguards. The Steadyrack Fender Rack can be mounted to virtually any wall and its patented design allows it to swivel almost 160 degrees to either side. It minimizes space without compromising safety and there is no heavy lifting required. This is a truly revolutionary way to store a lot of bikes without taking up much space. Ideal for tires up to 2. 4", bikes with fenders & with a maximum weight of 55 lbs.

Some bikes with fenders may not be suitable for this rack.

The Steadyrack Fender rack works by sliding between the fender/mudguard and tire when rolling the bike onto the rack. If the stays (steel arms connecting the fender to the bike frame) are very close to the tire or rigid with no flexibility there may not be room to fit the rack arms between and you will not be able to mount the bike in the rack.

We recommend a minimum 2cm / 3/4 inch clearance between the tire and stays to enable the rack to flex and fit between.

Technical Specifications:
- Dimensions: 12cm x 12cm x 72cm
- Weight: 3.1kg
- Material: Zinc plated steel and plastic
- Maximum Tire Width: Up to 2.4"
- Recommended Wheel Diameter (inc tire): 20" - 29"
- Bike Style: eBikes - WITH Fenders, Road, Time Trial, Hybrid, Small MTB, Commuter, City, Town
- Bikes With Fenders: Yes
- Maximum Recommended Weight: 25kg

Installation:
We recommend that you measure each of your bikes and mount the racks accordingly, using our installation instructions below or by watching our installation video. This will ensure they're easy to use for all bike owners.

Disclaimer: We do not recommend installing our bike racks into dry wall/gyprock. If this is done, our warranty will be void. Please read our installation guide above carefully to ensure you understand where Steadyracks should be installed, and tips on how to safely install on drywall/gyprock whilst upholding warranty.

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