wim said:Take care in taking the bike down. It's possible to drop it onto the roof of your car. I know. Whether you cry because of bike damage or car damage depends on your priorities
If you hang the bikes on both wheels, reverse one bike. That way you can space them much closer than if hang them bar-to-bar.
Well, one car. All my junk is in the barn and in an old lean-to shed.You put cars in the garage??????????
What's your concern exactly?NDNFO said:It seems like a good idea. Keeps kids, pets, autos, mowers away from bike. Guy at LBS said it's fine, but I'm not quite sure.
EDIT: I have two nice bikes I want to protect. If this was my kid's BMX, I wouldn't care one way or another.
funknuggets said:someone should invite fixed to put pics of HIS garage... now THATs what a garage should look like...
I have more than one tire mark on my walls going up the stairs to my room.....shoot man, they're just walls, nothing paint can't fix....lolwim said:This is what happens if you use the ceiling to stop a rotating wheel before you hook it. A sad record indeed of putting the well-being of bicycles before pride of home and hearth!