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Steadyrack Bike Storage Rack - Wall Mount - 1 Bike

Steadyrack Bike Storage Rack - Wall Mount - 1 Bike

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Space-saving storage rack holds 1 mountain bike or road bike vertically on your wall with no lifting required. Hinged brackets let you swing bike against the wall for compact storage. Fits tires up to 2-1/4" wide. Mounting hardware included. 1-800-940-8924 to order Steadyrack bike storage part number B-SCSR02-004 or order online at Free expert support on all Steadyrack products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Steadyrack Bike Storage Rack - Wall Mount - 1 Bike. Bike Storage reviews from real customers.
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Steadyrack Bike Storage - B-SCSR02-004

  • Bike Hanger
  • Wall Mounted Rack
  • Steadyrack
  • Wheel Mount
  • 1 Bike
  • Black

Space-saving storage rack holds 1 mountain bike or road bike vertically on your wall with no lifting required. Hinged brackets let you swing bike against the wall for compact storage. Fits tires up to 2-1/4" wide. Mounting hardware included.


  • Storage rack holds 1 bike vertically on the wall of your garage, home, or office
  • Space-saving design - rack swings to the side with bike loaded
    • Perfect for areas with limited storage space - allows you to use multiple racks close together
    • Tensioned hinge only moves when you apply pressure so bike won't swing on its own
  • Easy-to-load bracket holds your road bike or mountain bike securely by the front wheel
    • V-shaped brim is designed to hold most standard-sized bike tires
  • Rear-wheel bracket helps to keep your bike straight on the rack
    • Can be positioned to accommodate any wheelbase
  • Brackets fold flat for compact storage
  • Easy installation with included hardware
  • Black color
  • Constructed of durable, ABS plastic and zinc-coated steel


  • Maximum tire width: 2-1/4" (57.15 mm)
  • Wheel diameter: 20" - 29"
  • Weight capacity: 77 lbs
  • Dimensions: 26" tall x 22" deep x 5" wide
  • Distance from wall when folded up: 4-1/2"
  • Weight: 5 lbs
  • 1-Year limited warranty

  • Note: Rack must be fixed to stud framing or masonry. Fixing to drywall only is not recommended.


    The Steadyrack allows you to store 1 mountain bike or road bike vertically on the wall of your garage, home, or office. A folding bracket with a V-shaped brim holds your bike securely by the front wheel, and it requires no lifting to load. A secondary bracket holds your bike's rear wheel in place. And the rack swings to the side with your bike loaded for compact storage.

    Space-Saving, Swiveling Design

    Steadyrack space saving

    The front-wheel bracket is hinged so it can swing nearly 180 degrees from side to side. This lets you reposition your bike for compact storage, and it allows you to store multiple bikes close together against the wall. And the tensioned hinge requires pressure to move so your bike won't swing freely on the rack.

    Steadyrack space saving

    The Steadyrack's space-saving design allows it to fold flat and out of the way when you aren't using it. Simply push the brackets toward the wall until the upper bracket snaps into the retaining clips on the lower bracket.

    Simple, No-Lift Loading

    Steadyrack swivel

    The Steadyrack's front-wheel bracket consists of 2 interlocking pieces of corrosion-resistant, 3/8" thick zinc-coated steel. To load your bike, simply fold the brackets down, hike the bike up on its rear wheel, and roll it forward so the front wheel rests in between the brackets. The steel brackets support your bike's front wheel from the bottom and on both sides to prevent movement. If you've positioned the rack to hold your bike up off the ground, the rack will do the work of lifting your rear wheel when you roll the front wheel onto the brackets.

    Steadyrack Rear Wheel Bracket

    The Steadyrack's rear-wheel bracket helps keep your bike straight on the rack while still allowing it to swivel as needed for storage. The rear-wheel bracket is a separate piece, so it can be installed at any distance from the front-wheel bracket to accommodate your bike's wheelbase.

    Easy Installation

    Mounting Hardware

    The Steadyrack installs easily with included mounting hardware. Simply choose the spot on your wall that you want the bike to hang and mount the front-wheel holder. Load your bike onto the front-wheel holder, mark the spot where the rear wheel contacts the wall, and install the rear-wheel bracket.

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    Video of Steadyrack Bike Storage Rack - Wall Mount - 1 Bike

    Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

    Video Transcript for Steadyrack Bike Storage Racks Review

    Speaker 1: Today we're going to be taking a look at the Steady Rack wall mount bike storage racks. They're available for fat bikes, standard mountain or road bikes and bikes with fenders.They feature a space saving design that allows your bikes to fold out of the way.This'll save space in our garage, and it may help pulling your vehicle in, if your garage is a tight fit. It's also going to be great for your apartment, your deck or in your office, if you bike to work.They're designed to get your bikes up off the ground so they can pivot freely. The hinges are tensioned, so the bikes won't move on their own, only when you move them, and they can swing right or left.It's designed so you don't have to lift you bike, you just wheel it in place.The cradles are designed with your bike in mind. The fat tire cradle will hold fat tires up to five inches wide. The standard cradle's going to be great for your mountain bike or road bike, at up to three inches wide.

    And finally, the thunder mount is designed to cradle your bikes with fenders without causing damage.Here at the bottom, the rear wheel bracket helps guide your rear wheel. It also prevents scuffing to your wall.And finally, when not in use, they fold flat.One of our customers, Jim H. says, "I read about these a few times, but not sure if they'd work with my two 29er bike tires, or if they'd feel flimsy I can say I'm very satisfied with the performance for both concerns."When it comes to installing the Steady Racks, they do come with wall anchors, but customer's found that they're having the most luck with when they go through a stud. They secure at the top and the bottom, and all the hardware is included to get them installed.The rear wheel brackets you'll just want to line up with the center of your tire.And that's going to complete our look at the Steady Rack wall mount bike storage racks.

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    Steadyrack Bike Storage Rack - Wall Mount - 1 Bike - B-SCSR02-004

    Average Customer Rating:  4.9 out of 5 stars   (68 Customer Reviews)

    Space-saving storage rack holds 1 mountain bike or road bike vertically on your wall with no lifting required. Hinged brackets let you swing bike against the wall for compact storage. Fits tires up to 2-1/4" wide. Mounting hardware included.


    Fabulous product, with great installation instructions. The additional note on the fender rack was very helpful. The etrailers team was great--fast shipping, product exactly as advertised, and good follow up!

    Timothy T.


    Wonderful product. Still as strong as ever! No problems and the racks have shown no sagging or any other deficiencies.


    Product was easy to install, is easy to get bikes on and off, folds nicely against the wall, we purchased 2 of these racks - the bikes they hold are heavy and large 29 inch wheels 21.5 inch frames , mountain bikes weighing about 30 pounds. The ability to fold them against the wall makes it easy to access other items hanging in the garage. They seem well made and durable.


    Works great. Easy installation. The wife loves that she can get her bike down without any assistance. Would highly recommend for its storage capabilities and easy of use.



    Product has held up with no issues for the past year.


    Don't judge me... I like bikes. I don't drink or smoke or gamble. I don't need a fancy car or fancy clothes... But I do like bikes.

    This has it's benefits like good health, spending time outdoors, fun with family and friends. But there are also challenges like where to put the bikes? How to keep my wife happy when the cars don't fit in the garage? How to make room for the next bike?

    I wanted something that was easy to use, held my bikes safely, worked with carbon wheels and frames and allows my wife to get her car in the garage. The Steadyrack looked like it might work.

    I was able to get 6 bikes hung in the same area where I previously had 2, awesome. It is easy enough to get them in and out that my wife said she liked it, score. It supports the bikes under the wheels which is the safest way to hold them, nice. Works with carbon wheels, even my zipp 404s, cool. I was impressed with the quality of the hardware and construction, no shaking, jiggling or worries that it might fall.

    It didn't work with my time trial bike because there is not enough clearance between the front wheel and frame. So I stuck with the frame hanger on that one. And my kids were not big enough to stand their bikes up and hang them, so I put them in a floor rack.

    Overall I would say mission accomplished. I got 6 bikes out of the way but still accessible and 2 cars back in the garage.


    Dry wall mounting is a little bit sketchy. I hung it but felt like sooner or later it would loosen up so I ended up beveling it out by making 2 x 4 wedges to get the bike flatter against the wall and used toggle bolts to mount it and it's pretty awesome: Tucks right in behind my small apartment door.

    If you're mounting to a stud or a beam, it works great right out of the box but be prepared to get creative with sheet rock and dr wall or if you're trying to hide it flat behind a door.


    It's exactly what we needed. Our house was built in the 1920s, and there just isn't a lot of storage space. No garage, a tiny shed out back, and a cellar that is a pain to get in and out of. We had been storing our bikes in the sunroom next to the kitchen since we got them. With the Steadyrack, we are able to hang our bikes on our small back porch, above the cellar door. We hung them high enough to clear the cellar door. And because we can swivel one of the bikes out of the way, we can access the door (ie, haul stuff in and out of the cellar) without having to take the bikes down.


    Our swiveling Steadyrack bike storage has exceeded our expectations in every way. A previously unusable curved wall in our garage is now home to the bikes, and the swivel action of the storage racks allows them to lay nearly flat, thus tremendously increasing our otherwise tight garage space. Our contractor mounted the racks quickly and easily. They are handsome and efficient and certainly one of the best purchases I've made in a long time. What a joy to own such a fine product that delivers as promised. Thank you!


    Very easy to install and functions exactly as advertised



    Continues to work as advertised. Keeps our bikes easily accessible but out of the way.

    Etrailer Expert

    Mike L.


    @Pat Awesome, glad to hear that!


    I already had one for a Mtn. bike. Bought this for a road bike. Easy to install, easy to load bikes and they swing out of the way to provide more room. Worth every dollar. Will be purchasing more for the rest of the bikes


    Works great. Takes a little instruction to bring bike on back wheel to load rack but easy once technique is followed.


    We are very pleased with our bike racks! It is exactly what we were looking for & doesn’t take up a lot of space??


    After 1 year...still excellent. I really like these racks!


    We installed three of these racks last year in our back mudroom since we are frequent bikers, two of us doing so year-round even here in Vermont.

    The racks are incredibly convenient and easy to use. I simply hop off my bike, wheel it just inside the back door, then pop a "wheelie" and roll the front tire into the rack. I used to lift my whole bike up onto a hook which was incredibly inconvenient, difficult to do with an injury, and impossible for my wife and son.

    Current challenges: My 9-year-old struggles a bit to get his front tire in the air to pop into the rack, but I think this has more to do with his level of coordination. Also, if the front tire has a fender (to prevent the rooster tail effect in rainy weather), it does not sit well into the rack without some extra effort.

    I enjoy this rack very much and get use from it all the time. I recommend it for moderate to heavy users of their bikes.



    After one year, all the same observations still hold. My now 10-year-old still struggles to get his bike up on its hind wheel, my wifes fender means she needs to lift the bike more to have it set into the rack, and my efforts are seamless. We enjoy the convenience of simply popping a bike off the wall and going for a ride or to the store. Benefits far outweigh the negatives mentioned above. In the end, its all about making it easier to get out and ride.


    I love the Steadyrack, it was the perfect bike rack to finish off our garage. It was easy to install and folds out of the way. Due to the swivel I can fit a lot of bikes in a small space. The manufacturer had this on backorder for a few months but etrailer kept in touch the whole time.

    Jesse V.


    Still love them, taking them with me to a new garage!


    Extremely fast delivery. Looks like a great product. Thank you for fast service.



    Super product bought 2 last year probably buy another. Saves so much room in garage and easy to take bikes out and put back in out of the way.


    I read about these a few times, but not sure if they'd work with my two 29er Mountain Bike Tires or if they'd feel flimsy. I can say I'm very satisfied with the performance for both concerns. The rack should work on any road bike and any standard mountain bike (but not "fat tire" bike). They feel rugged and well built, easily supporting the weight of a bike.

    This product likely won't work on a bike with a front fender that hugs the front wheel, but may with a front fender wing.


    Love my steadyracks (I bought 3), work as well as advertised. My only complaint is I wish the wall anchors for the lag bolts had collars.



    1 Year later &amp I love the steadyrack. Its a durable, easy, bike storage solution. As I said in my initial review my only complaint was the wall anchors didnt have collars, which led to me losing a couple. Other than that outstanding!


    This is a great way to store bikes and free up floor space in a tightly packed garage! The bikes are safely out of the way.
    While our youngest/smallest child can’t get the bike on the rack (our installer/garage manager, aka Dad, likes symmetry and had to have all the racks at the same heights), the little one can certainly get the bike down easily. So much better than randomly placed bikes wobbling on their kickstand!


    We had 4 bikes hanging above the hood of our cars in the garage. But with teenagers starting to ride weekly and also taking the bikes up and down regularly, accidents were bound to happen. I could see the cars hood getting trashed by a dropped bike. Tried some other stationary vertical wall mounts like We’ve used at the downhill resort hotels, they were ok but didn’t fit the larger tires on our downhill bikes, and didn’t swivel.

    So far the steady racks are a good option to get all the bikes on one wall and have them accessible for the kids. Had to figure out the spacing and the staggered height so the handlebars will clear when they swing towards the wall, but very pleased so far. Looks like these will save our cars hood, and allow the kids to ride on the regular.


    I purchased 2 bike storage racks one year ago, and am very pleased with the product. They work great and save space in a somewhat crowded garage.


    I liked the Steadyrack system I purchased 21 and mounted them in a trailer. We stand the bikes on end and bike rests in Steadyrack secured by a 2 inch wide piece of velcro.


    Great rack! I was careful to find a rack that supported the bike this way and not have a concern about hanging from a rim and inducing any warp since wheels are not designed to be hung. The lateral swing is very convenient. Great service from Etrailer!


    Finely a product that really is what it says it is.


    Beautiful Sight


    Great product and easy to install.!

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      When installing a number of the Steadyrack Bike Storage Racks # B-SCSR02-004 the correct spacing between the racks will depend to a great extent on the bikes themselves. If you refer to the photo (and video) that I linked you will see that the smaller bike's handlebar can fit through the frame opening of the larger bike. This is accomplished by staggering the heights of the racks. For the most compact arrangement of racks on your wall you'll want to figure out your best arrangement of...
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    • Bike Weight Capacity of Steadyrack Bike Storage Wall Rack B-SCSR02-004
      The Steadyrack Bike Storage Wall Rack # B-SCSR02-004 can handle mountain bikes and road bikes up to a 77-lb weight. This includes the vast majority of adult and kids' road and mountain bikes. About the only bikes that won't work are the heavier e-bikes and some recumbent bikes. The rack's weight capacity does depend in part on the mounting surface where you install it. If installing this on the wall of your garage you will want to use a stud finder to locate a 2 x 4 wall stud. Sheet rock...
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