Zero Gravity Racks

Aug 5, 2016

Category: Gear

Having a bike is the best. Not only is riding one a great way to get exercise, but if you’re in the city it makes getting from point A to B fast and cheap as hell. That isn’t to say there aren’t tradeoffs. If you live in an apartment or have a garage so full of stuff you can barely park, it can be hard to find an out-of-the-way enough place to store your gear. Zero Gravity Racks are designed to solve that problem by moving your trusty steed or surfboard out of the way using a simple and reliable mechanism.

From installation to use, every part of this storage device is designed to be really straightforward. Mounting the rack to the wall is a cinch – no special screws or drills required. Once you do have the rack setup, you can equip it with the hook of your choice and just like that it’ll be ready to seamlessly lift either your bike, skiis, surfboard or whatever else above your head. With a weight rating of up to 50 pounds you can even lift heavier items like mountain bikes or standu-up paddle boards. Prices start at $120. [Purchase]

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