Shelfie Bicycle Wall Mount

Mar 17, 2014

Category: Living

If your bicycle is your baby and not just some two-wheeled wagon you treat like yesterday’s recycling, then maybe it’s time to show you care. Hanging it on the wall will definitely accomplish that.

The Shelfie, by inventor Jurgen Beneke, lets you mount any bike of any size on the wall, with an angle and curve that Beneke says will accommodate all makes and models. The storage compartment (9.25” across) provides enough space for a helmet, trophy, or six-pack of fake Lance Armstrong urine, should the need arise. In creating the prototype for Shelfie, Beneke used plywood, making it easier to make low-cost changes to the design. But he’s now looking to Kickstarter for support to be able to afford an injection molded plastic version and get the thing into mass production. [Purchase]

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