We do not carry any inventory. All racks are made to order. Check lead time for availability.
What is the big deal about your tray design?
We constantly research and adjust our tray design to ensure your bikes fit snug and secure with no adjustments required.
Our goal is to have all bikes sit upright and not lean.
Trays are 66″ in length and can accommodate wheelbases up to 48″
What size tires do the 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.
3201 Dixon Street
Stevens Point, WI 54481
Phone: 715.344.6442 • 1.800.434.6442
Display Racks: Laura@RudyRack.com
Commercial Racks: Ethan@RudyRack.com