Bikes are awkward to store, that is for sure. If you are lacking in floor space in your garage or home, vertical bike storage may be your best option. Unfortunately, most people immediately think this means Bike Hooks. Steadyrack is trying to revolutionise the misconceptions surrounding vertical bike storage by proving that bike hooks are not the only alternative to floor storage, and they downright suck. This is why: Juggling your bike up into a hook is awkward Using hooks is a generally unpleasant activity. When you've returned from a long ride the last thing you want to have to do is try fit that hook in between your wheel spokes, whilst holding it awkwardly above your head and getting tyre marks on your walls. Steadyracks involve no lifting, no juggling, and no awkward positioning - Simply stand the bike up on its back wheel, and roll it forwards into the Steadyrack arm. Bikes can be heavy Your average bike weigh around 12kg, which isn't a lot when you are riding it, or resting it up against a wall, but can be a lot when trying to lift it into a hook. Because of the lifting action hooks require, a lot of people struggle to use them. Steadyracks require no lifting. Hooks do not carry much weight and Bikes can be heavy Because most hooks are made of plastic or a light weight material, they carry very little weight. This means they don't hold heavier bikes like Fat bikes, bikes with fenders, bikes with accessories, or bikes with electric motors. Steadyracks carry an extraordinary amount of weight, up to 35kg. The Fat Rack has even been tested under 100kg loads and still works perfectly. Hooks damage your bike rims Most hooks sit between your wheel spokes and rest up against the rim. This places the majority of force on a very small section of your rims, causing damage. Other hooks rely on your bike frame for support, causing similar damage. The Steadyrack bike rack only comes into contact with your bike tyres, making it the best solution for your bike. Most hooks are made of plastic or material that does not withstand time Planning on hanging your bike outside? You probably shouldn't risk it with a hook since most hooks are manufactured using plastic and have a short life span when exposed to the elements for a long amount of time. Want to store your bike flat against the wall? Most hooks only place your bike 90 degrees against the wall. Steadyracks allow you to fold your bike almost completely flat against the wall with very little effort. This takes up less space and allows you to store more bikes in the one location. So join the No More Hooks revolution! Get your Steadyrack today!