A fixture of the UK MTB trails and bike parks, Tom’s always got a new trick, berm or jump to try, and always manages to nail it. A master on the bike and the tools, we’re all a bit jealous of Tom’s storage and repairs space, which he created in his old shed using Steadyrack MTB Racks. Toms got a handle on how to store easy, meaning he can get out there and ride hard.
The Mountain Bike Rack is best for:
Mountain Bikes, eBikes, Gravel bikes
Designed for bikes with:
Wheel Diameter: 20’’ – 29’’
Tire Width: 2.1’’– 2.8’’
Maximum Weight: 35kg
MTB, eMTB, Gravel
Wheel Diameter: 20'' – 29''
Tire Width: 2.1''– 2.8''
Maximum Weight: 35kg / 77lbs
The Mountain Bike (MTB) Rack
Our Mountain Bike (MTB) Rack is designed with larger and stronger folding arms to handle both regular MTB tire sizes as well as plus size tires. In fact, our MTB bike rack is also suitable for any bike with larger tire sizes and including eBikes and heavy bikes up to 35kg / 77lbs.
If you have different brands and models of bike there’s no need to worry about the frame geometry or size. As long as they have round front wheels they will fit in our racks!
Like all of our Steadyrack bike wall mounts, you can swivel or pivot your bike side to side up to 160 degrees to get your bike as close to the wall as possible. The vertical mountain bike rack will also fold away when not in use for maximum storage and space efficiency. Our MTB Bike Racks can be mounted on any structurally sound wall or vertical surface, giving you peace of mind whether you’re hanging your MTB in a hallway, in a garage or on a balcony. Wondering if our Steadyrack MTB wall mount is right for your bike? Read more about how to measure your bike.
A closer look at Tom's bike storage
Tom has spaced his bikes 350mm apart and has hung them at alternating heights to get even more bikes into a small space. He has 8 bikes in Steadyracks, 6 on one wall and 2 on the smaller one. Loading his bikes in this manner means he can get more out of a tight space whilst still being able to pivot them side to side to access the bike he wants to ride.