The Steadyrack Bicycle Rack

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The Steadyrack Bicycle Rack is the ideal bike rack solution for our Bike Storage Sheds. Its unique pivot action gives you the option of leaving your bicycle in the central position or swivelling the rack to the left or right, up to 160 degrees, as the need arises. This allows you to store a number of bicycles side-by-side, making it the ideal solution for families and businesses alike. The Steadyrack Classic Rack can be added to any of SteelChief’s sheds for $175 each (inc GST).

SteelChief supplies the “Steadyrack Classic Rack” as part of its shed accessories range. Steadyrack remains a family owned and run business, and has grown into a global entity with headquarters in our home town of Perth, Western Australia. Steadyrack Classic Racks are perfect for our Bike Storage Sheds.

The Steadyrack Classic Rack

The Steadyrack Classic bike rack can store most kinds of bikes without fenders including Road bikes and MTB’s up to 29ers. Steadyrack’s wall-mounted bike racks are a unique, patented bike storage solution. They are easy to use, easy to load and unload and save space in your home or garage while keeping your bikes safe & secure.

Features include:

  • Easy to use
  • No lifting
  • Space saving
  • Snug fit
  • Folds away
  • Bikes up to 35kg
  • For bikes with tyres up to 2.1 inches wide
  • For bikes without fenders

A Note about Specialized, Aero, Time Trial & other racing bikes: A minimum clearance of 20mm between your bike’s front tyre and down tube is required to load your bike into the Classic Rack. Some Specialized bikes, aero bikes, other racing bikes and all time trial bikes with less clearance will require the Fender Rack. Please check your bike’s suitability. 

How to measure your bike.

Note: Not suitable – for bikes with permanent or fixed front fenders.

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