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Michelangelo Two Bike Gravity Stand

This is a great solution for storing your bikes at home, the Michelangelo Two Bike Gravity Stand is an ingenious wall rack that leans against the wall with no attachment required, that means you don´t have to put holes in your wall! All you need to do is lean it against the wall and let gravity do the rest! Independent adjustable arms accommodate any shape and size of bike.

Get it from Public Bikes or from Amazon.




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