Lead Time: 1 Week

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you stock the racks I see on the website?

  • We do not carry any inventory. All racks are made to order. Check lead time for availability.

What is a Super Tray?

  • A super tray is our more premium option for displaying bikes
  • Super trays center bikes; holding them upright
  • Super trays are 66″ in length and can accommodate wheelbases up to 48″

What size tires do the super trays hold?

  • Our standard trays will hold up to a 2.75” wide tire.
  • Our fat tire trays hold 2.8”-5” wide tires.

What does Wall or Island format mean?

  • Wall means the bikes load from one side. (Single sided)
  • Island means bikes load from both sides of the rack. (Double sided)

What is the difference between a starter and an add-on rack?

  • A starter rack is required to use an add-on rack


  • A starter rack is a complete freestanding individual rack. Starter racks can be set next to each other to look like one long rack.
  • With the add-on racks, you can extend the length of the starter racks and create one long rack. As many add-ons as needed can be added to one starter. In order for add-ons to work, they must be attached to a starter rack.

What is the difference between Adjustable Space Savers and Deluxe Space Savers?

  • Both are Floor Racks and the holders or side frames are placed on runners.


  • Adjustable Space Savers holders are fixed at 2.25” wide. Using 2 runners they can be assembled in Wall or Island format.
  • Deluxe Space Savers have individual side frames that can be adjusted to hold any width tire. Using 3 runners, Deluxe Space Savers are only offered in Wall format.

What maintenance do I need to perform on my Bicycle Rack?

  • Wipe down racks of any mud or water.
  • Ensure that racks are assembled in accordance with our Assembly Instructions.
  • Bolts should be tightened down more than finger tight.
  • Racks are warranted against breakage. A new part will be provided if a piece breaks.