Flat-Bike-Lift Storage System

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

We love stuff. Problem is, the more stuff we accumulate, the less storage we have, and this has long been a problem for bike storage. Flat-Bike-Life looks to solve this problem, providing the perfect storage solution for your 2-wheeled counterpart.

Whether you live in a tiny urban dwelling, or are just looking to free up some space in the garage, this device can help. The hydro-pneumatic overhead bike rack lets you store your bike near the ceiling, creating more space on the ground floor. Simply load up your bike (and even your helmet if you so choose), push the button on the remote control, and watch your bike slowly work its way up to the ceiling. Next time you need to hit the road, just repeat the process in reverse, and off you go. [Purchase]

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