Triangle Bike Rack Plans

Triangle Bike Rack Plans Here are the bike rack plans for the standalone homemade triangle bike rack that I wrote about. Its actually quite simple to build if you know how to weld. These can be made for as many or few bikes as you need. Just adjust the length of the poles. Once your done with the rack be sure to paint it so that it looks good. You can bolt these to the ground. They are really good bike racks for the garage since they can be moved around if you don’t attach them. The other post that shows the finished product is actually being used at a school and has been in the same location bolted to the ground for years. It has held up well and cost a fraction to build then the expensive bike racks that you will be quoted for from bike rack companies.

If you don’t know how to weld then ask your friends. Maybe they know some one that does. There is actually minimal welding. If you drill all of the holes to that the vertical poles fit in you only have to make 18 joints. Just make sure that you put all of them in before you weld the horizontal bars in place.

These triangle bike racks are also very secure. When you park your front wheel in them you can lock your weel and fork around two of the bars and over the top. If you have a good bike lock a thief would have to cut or bend two bars and then the top bar. Combine this with a saddle and rear wheel lock for safety.

  1. 5 Responses to “Triangle Bike Rack Plans”

  2. By rev.mark williams on Dec 7, 2008 | Reply

    Do you sell bicycle racks?if you kindly email me back with your website so that i can have a look at them and let u know the type that i want

  3. By bike racked on Dec 11, 2008 | Reply

    Hey Rev.Mark Williams,

    I do not sell bike racks myself but if you are in the area, I can get one made for you.

    – BikeRackEd.

  4. By Dale Miller on Dec 21, 2008 | Reply

    Hi I run a bike shop for fatherless boys in Calif. We need to build a cheap bike rack , Being a non profit, our funds are very low, do you have any plans for a rack to hold 6-10 bikes that could be make out of cheap metal? I have a welder , I know it sounds pretty vague, just in need of sone help! Thanks in advance

  5. By jacob on May 26, 2013 | Reply

    what are he measurements?

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