Respect your bikes – store them in the Feedback Sports RAKK Integrated Bicycle Display System.
Leaning your bike against the garage wall is fine for that old "mountain" bike you used to zip around campus in college. But your new 17-pound, carbon fiber thoroughbred is another story. To protect your bike from the damage caused by accidental falls, you need the Feedback Sports Rakk Bicycle Stand.
The Rakk's patented design holds either the front or rear wheel of your bike without scratching the spokes or rim. Thanks to an innovative spring-loaded arm that grasps the wheel and a three-point contact system to hold it in place, the Rakk accommodates road tires as narrow as 20mm and mountain bike tires up to 2.4" wide -- so it works with all types of bikes.
The Rakk's hands-free design couldn't be easier to use: simply roll the bike into the wheel slot for easy storage or display. You can even connect several stands together to hold multiple bikes. And when not in use, the Rakk's arm folds down for easy storage in the corner or on a shelf.
The Feedback Sports Rakk Bicycle Stand comes in Black, Silver, and White and accommodates most road and mountain bikes. It comes with clips for modular use.
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Have a few of these and really do work with all kinds of bike
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
After looking over many other reviews, I decided to go with the RAKK Integrated Bicycle Stand for storage of an extra bike. The stand works
very well with a 26" mountain bike, and once you get the danged thing open, it is easy to use. You do need to be aware of something that is only mentioned in the paperwork inside the box: the stand will hold your bike in place ONLY IF THE (racked) TIRE REMAINS INFLATED - something that is not always the case when a bike is in storage a while.
We have about 20 of these in a bike storage room. They do a fine job of holding a bike upright but there are a few quirks. Rear wheel works ALOT better than front. Uneven floor surfaces make it somewhat unstable. And when they are connected to each other they are just a hair close together making the bars all hit each other.
I ordered this not only for holding the bike up in the garage but also as a possible repair stand to wash my mountain bike and do some minor repairs. I didn't want to expend the money for a full blown repair stand at this time and I think it will work for my needs.
I had some trouble getting it to open up because the botton "release" is a bit difficult to use. I think the manufacturer could do a better job with this part of the stand, thus my reason for only 4 stars. Finally was able to yank it open hard and it worked very well.
Just roll the bike in and out. doesn't get any easier!
Simple and easy to use! Love 'em! Holds my bikes nicely and securely. Very well built -- very solid; doesn't feel cheap. Doesn't get 5 stars because it would have been nice if it could hold 2.5 tires. Fortunate for me the tires on my bikes are 2.4 :-) can't beat the price! Bought two of them!!
AWESOME rack. I have a Trek Mountain bike, fits perfect! I bought a rack at the local bike store, but the bike leaned on it, and it touched the spokes which I didn't like. I read all the positive reviews, and they're exactly right. This rack is PERFECT, back your bike into the rack, and it holds it with no issues! Also, Realcyclist rocks, got the rack in two days! Great service!!!
I've been shopping around for bike stands for a while now and this has got to be the best bike stand bar-none! I have built in cabinets in my garage so i needed a floor stand to store my bikes. It will take up more room than wall bike holders, but if you have room to store your bikes upright, this is the floor stand for you. Its the only stand where you wont have to worry about damage to your wheels. Its simple design is engineering at its best.
Best stand out there for the price. Very good quality and works equally well for road or mtn. I bought 2!!
Got sick of leaning my bikes all over the garage so picked one of these up. Great for quick adjustments and keeping your bike upright while dialing in your cockpit or re-wrappin' your tape.
If you asked a class full of design and engineering students to come up with something to hold a bicycle upright, they should all put down their wacom tablets and popsicle sticks, and simply tell the professor it doesnt get much better than this stand. And unlike many cycling accessories, this is one of few that is accurately priced.
i saw this rack at a bike shop showroom and immediately started looking for my very own since the shop did not sell them. when bonktown/realcyclist started advertising them, i was ecstatic. the RAKK has made all of my other racks obsolete. it fits great with my road bike, hybrid bike, and my wife's cruiser. i also pack it when i do triathlons in the even that they run out of space on the race rack. great product.
Didn't even need to put anything together. Slipped it out of the box. Slipped my bike in. Now, everyday, I do the second part.
Silly how other designs and stands complicate matters. This is a bike stand for life.
This is the second one I have owned and it works great. I have 2 bikes and I have 2 of these stands.
I first saw the stands in a bike shop that had them for displaying new bikes, looked brilliant and easy to use. But the guys did not sell them nor could tell me where to get one! I ordered one on line, it is inexpensive and practical, just rack the bike, no more leaning on the car, the house brick-work, no risk of scratches....
But I have 2 negative comments:
- The contact spools are conical, but end with a cylinder where the tire contacts them. The pb is that the contact cylinder is wider than the tire, and the bike does not stand perfectly vertical. I think I will chop 1/8'' of each spool so that the tire gets ''pinched'' by the spools cones.
- Because it is made out of sheetmetal, the contact patches on the tires are ''razor'' thin, actually the thickness of the sheetmetal. I would want the tire to push on a flat surface (they could have bent the sheet metal to make a wider patch). BTW, you cannot store the bike in it, if the tire looses pressure, the bike may fall over.
Too bad, otherwise it would get 5 stars, I will have to get the missing 2 myself.
This is one of the best storage solutions for bikes that I've run into. It holds the bike up by the tires, which means it won't work if your bike has a flat or is too wide. Saves my bike's paint and/or wheel from pressure on the rim/spoke from leaning it, using hooks on the frame, or hanging it by the wheel.
As far as tire limits go, the 2.4" estimate seems spot on. My 2.35 Rampage, 2.35 High Rollers, 2.35 Nevegal, and 2.3 Bronson have no problems fitting in (26" tires). Oddly enough, my 29er's Panaracer CG XC 29x2.25 tires won't fit smoothly. They can be wedged in, but the rack needs to be anchored down to pull the bike out. Freaky wide tire maybe (tubeless on Flow rims)?