|Size||XXL Plus (70-81mm)|
|Style||XXL Plus (70-81mm)|
|Number of Items||1|
|Item model number||CLUG8|
|Product Dimensions||9.91 x 9.91 x 5.49 cm|
Hornit Bike Clip Indoor Outdoor Bicycle Rack Storage System
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- World's smallest bike rack. Easily mounts to any type of wall or vertical surface.
- Clug your bike vertically or horizontally against any surface. Vertical mounting requires rear tire to rest on the ground.
- Available in five sizes to fit most bikes (Roadie, Hybrid, MTB, XL, and XXL).
- Organizes indoor and outdoor spaces, increases usable floor area, minimal profile.
- One CLUG per bike; no hooks, straps, bars or other equipment necessary. All mounting and installation hardware included.
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The CLUG Bike Clip is the worlds smallest bike storage solution. It is a stylish, nearly invisible bike storage solution that is perfect for cyclists who are limited for space to store their bikes. Weighing in at less than a kiwi fruit, CLUG magically holds your bike against the wall by squeezing the front tire as the rear tire sits on the floor. Simply roll your bike up, and 'CLUG' it in. It's like a hug for your bike. Features: CLUG packaging is just as minimal and useful as the product itself. In the box youll find all the hardware you need to get your CLUG on the wall. Shipped with two screws and drywall anchors (except MTB which should be mounted directly to a wall stud). For DIY novices an aficionados alike, each CLUG pack folds out to become a handy installation guide. You can even drill through the guide holes so that any dust or mess falls right into the box. Installation: Its super simple! Just follow the instructions inside the box or check out the link below to view the steps online. The Clug fixes in place with two screws and anchors (included). Youll be up and clogging in no time. In the Box: One Clug Bike Clip Two Screws Two Drywall Anchors Installation Guide Mounting Template Ideal for: Mounting Type: Horizontal or : Mountain Bikes or Fat Tire Bikes Tire Width: 42-62mm (1. 8-2. 5")Hybrid: Hybrid, Commuter, and Mid-range slick tires Tire Width: 32-42mm (1. 5-1. 75")Roadie: Road, Touring, and Race Bikes Tire Width: 23-32mm (1. 0-1. 25")XL: XL Mountain Bike Tire Width: 5869mm (2. 3-2. 7)XXL: XXL Mountain Bike Tire Width: 7081mm (2. 753. 2)*Note: When mounted vertically, Clug requires the rear tire to rest on the ground. Clug will not support the suspended weight of your bicycle.
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It works fine in general, but I have a few minor issues that would cause me to not buy any others:
*If you bump into the bike it is likely to fall from the mount
*you really need to keep your tires well inflated to avoid the bike falling on its own. Not a problem with bikes that are used often enough, but I have at least one that gets little use and this causes an issue.
Note that I "fixed" these issues slightly by adding some velcro behind the strap around the wheel. This solution is a little bit of a pain and makes using the mount far less convenient than it could be.
Given the cost of the CLUG, I will likely be using another solution, such as cheaper screw-in rubber coated hooks instead.
With a small guard at the back-tire position to avoid marring the base of the wall, the bikes hang perfectly, neatly, and I didn't have to endanger my damage deposit.
The CLUGs also work as advertised. I've had one bike fall over the last 6 months because I had a leak in the front tire and it went flat. Keep your tires inflated (at least above 15 psi I reckon), and you'll be fine.
Side note - The first Clug I purchased was missing the wall anchor and had to be exchanged. Wasn't a big ideal but still bothersome to buy a new product that doesn't include everything it's supposed to come with.
It seems to hold securely enough, but my only critique/concern during installation is that the drywall anchors felt like they were going to bend or break when tapping them in, I wish they were a bit more substantial/sturdy so that the apparatus felt more secure in drywall. I would recommend you put this into a stud where possible thus bypassing the need for the plastic anchors entirely, but that wasn't an option for me. If it rips/falls out in the future, I will just have to grab a couple new drywall anchors and move it over an inch left or right in the same wall.
In short, buy this.
I have two mountain bikes, and I used to have them stood up in the corner of my dining room, with all of my gear just thrown all over in that same area. Eventually, I just got sick of how it looked. It was time to make a change, and after seeing these featured on YouTube by Seth's Bike Hacks, I decided to pick two of them up and see what I could do.
Installation was fairly simple. I followed the instructions and headed to my local hardware store to buy the correct size of drill bit. After that, installation was a snap! My tires fit snugly into the CLUG and I have no worries about them coming loose and the bikes falling onto the floor (I mounted them vertically to save space). All in all, these are amazing! Check out the photos of what I was able to do!