The bolts are a little long, but that''s no big deal. Just crank the nut a few more turns.
You can see a full review with pictures at http://www.palmbeachbiketours.com/2009/03/22/cycle-tree-for-4999-is-great-way-to-store-bikes/
I thought it would be cheesy at that price, but it works great for my use.
Yes I would recommend it to a friend
Submitted by Ktnewco - 8/8/2005 4:19:45 PM
Simple to assemble, only two bolt types. Frame is sturdy and so easy to assemble. Holds 6 bikes in a very tight space. Very easy to reach bikes and remove them from the rack. Perfect for that corner of the garage you seldom use.
None for this owner.
Less Than A Month
Finding these is a little different. You need to try EBAY - catagory - sporting goods-cycling-universal parts & accessories-bike racks & Panniers. Or just enter bike rack in teh search block.
The Cycletree Patented design lets you store up to six bicycles in just four feet of space! Sturdy, lightweight steel construction. (Bicycles not included.)
* Smooth-rolling 3'' swivel casters for easy access
* 30" square base, adjusts from 69" to 72" high
* Shipping weight: 33 lbs.
** This is a movable rack, none of the other bicycle racks patented before have the ability to move, they are affixed to something, but the purpose of this rack being movable is not because it is intended to travel any distance, it is movable to facilitate hanging the bicycles on it, and giving the user the choice to either move around the rack to hang each individual bicycle, or to turn the rack around instead.
** The base is a square, thirty inches per side (30" x 30"), and the top bar is placed in a way that lines up with the corners, and gives the Cycletree a footprint of forty-three inches, which adds stability, and at the same time requires less space.
** The center post is supported by four struts, these struts go to the base, connecting directly to the top of the wheels, by doing so, all of the weight is radiated to the four corners, making it easy to move around, and with added stability.
** The top bar is thirty-six inches long, which allows to easily hang up to three bicycles on each side of the center post.