Stoneman Sports DBR-9161-BK Sparehand Q-Rack Freestanding Adjustable 2-Bike Storage Rack for All Frame Types, Black Finish

Stoneman Sports DBR-9161-BK Sparehand Q-Rack Freestanding Adjustable 2-Bike Storage Rack for All Frame Types, Black Finish

Stoneman Sports DBR-9161-BK Sparehand Q-Rack Freestanding Adjustable 2-Bike Storage Rack for All Frame Types, Black Finish
@ The Stoneman Sports DBR-9161-BK Q-Rack Freestanding Adjustable 2-Bike Storage Rack has an 80-pound maximum capacity is a convenient storage solution for any style of bicycle and is perfect for apartments, condos, homes and garages. This rack has a (2) bike capacity and adjusts from 71-114-inches to fit in almost any storage space. The DBR-9161-BK can store and suspend children and adult bicycles off the ground and out of the way with its floor to ceiling design. The DBR-9161-BK is height adjustable for all bike sizes and frame styles and keeps even the heaviest bike frame stored securely. This rack measures 114-inches by 11-inches by 3-inches and weighs 10-pounds. The Sparehand’s unique and accessible design saves space, while making it easy for you to grab or store you bike. This unit is quick to assemble with no drilling into walls or ceilings. The Stoneman Sports DBR-9161-BK Q-Rack Freestanding Adjustable 2-Bike Storage Rack comes with a 1-year limited warranty to protect against

  • Maximum weight capacity of 80-pounds and saves floor space by keeping bikes off the ground
  • Holds a maximum of (2) bikes and adjusts from 71-114-inches to fit in almost any storage space
  • Adjustable for all bike sizes and frame styles and keeps even the heaviest bike frame stored securely
  • Quick to assemble with no drilling into walls or ceilings
  • Comes with a 1-year limited warranty

List Price: $ 99.00

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3 thoughts on “Stoneman Sports DBR-9161-BK Sparehand Q-Rack Freestanding Adjustable 2-Bike Storage Rack for All Frame Types, Black Finish

  1. 29 of 30 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great, space saver, January 26, 2010
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    L. Vongmany (California) –
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    I just moved into my one bedroom apartment and needed a bike storage rack for my two bikes. This bike storage rack is great because I can stack two bikes onto one rack….it is a space saver considering I live in a apartment in the city (not a lot of space). The bikes even look cool! The bike storage rack is set up in the corner of the living room…doesn’t take up much space at all, easy to assemble, and like I said, it looks super cool! It will even look good in a garage and will help you organize your bike storage problems. I have my road bike and a hybrid bike on the rack right now and it holds the bikes very well.

    FYI! If you look at the picture how the bikes are places, it will NOT look like that. The front wheels when hung on the rack are not straight like the picture….so you’ll take up a little more space since the wheels turns out/in. Meaning the bike storage rack won’t be THAT close to the wall…you will have to move the rack out further from the wall a little unless you have a wheel handle lock for your bike 🙂

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  2. 24 of 25 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    BIKE RACK FEEDBACK, January 18, 2007
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    A. Minter (Radford, VA) –
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    Worked Great! The intent of the design is to hang bikes horizontally, however, I hung my bikes vertically (one on each side of the pole) and it worked just fine. It works either way. No complaints here!

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  3. 21 of 22 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Clamps on pole will slide, but very easy to fix…otherwise, great rack, October 23, 2012
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    Ronald L. Russell (Pangaea) –
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    This review is from: Stoneman Sports DBR-9161-BK Sparehand Q-Rack Freestanding Adjustable 2-Bike Storage Rack for All Frame Types, Black Finish (Sports)
    I own three Q-Rak’s, the first one was purchased locally, and slightly used, from a local bike shop. I was impressed with the design, so when I found them on Amazon, I bought two more. The two from Amazon were almost identical, the primary difference being that the company has changed the material of the clamp which tightens around the chrome pole to a dense black plastic, which on my older locally purchased unit was made of black painted metal.

    On the two newer Q-Rak’s, I also experienced the clamps sliding down the pole when a bicycle was placed on the padded hooks…not violently, but it was clear that the coefficient of friction between the plastic jaws of the clamp and the chrome pole was not sufficient.

    What I did was cut a section out of an old bicycle inner tube about 1.5 inches long, then make one more cut down the length of that piece so it would wrap around the pole, inside the jaws of the clamp. Problem solved, and the clamp doesn’t even have to be tightened nearly so much to grip the pole tightly. The clamp bites into the rubber inner tube, and the inner tube has a very good grip on the chrome pole, so the bike isn’t sliding down. With the inner tube modification applied, the upper clamp will support the heaviest bicycle I own, a 1988 mountain bike with a very tall (24″) frame made of oversized steel tubing, and equipped with fenders, pump and tool bag. This bicycle weighs 33.5 lbs on my digital bathroom scales. I think that the Q-Rak would now possibly support even a motorized bicycle (not that I own one).

    Some other reviewers have commented that the pole is “wobbly”, and as far as lateral motion goes, this is somewhat true, however, this has zero effect on the Q-Rak’s ability to hold a bicycle, as the weight of the bicycle pulls straight down, and in this direction the stand is very solid. Further, the catch which controls the telescoping adjustment of the pole has a lock, so even if the pole is jiggled sideways, the lock will prevent it from collapsing.

    I would have given the Q-Rak five stars if the company had not changed the material of the clamps to plastic. Since the clamps don’t work perfectly as delivered, I took away one star. The buyer should not reasonably be expected to have to modify the stand to make it workable. However, since the fix is so easy, I still feel that the SpareHand Q-Rak represents a good value.

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