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Wall Mounted Folding Bike Rack $3.50 (Was $15) + Delivery ($0 OnePass/C&C/in Store/ $65 Order) @ Kmart


Enjoy hassle-free parking with this wall mounted folding bike rack - a handy pick and great addition to your bike accessories.

Product Details
Material: Steel
Dimensions/Size: 37.5cm (H) x 31.5cm (W) x 8cm (D)
Maximum weight capacity: 20kg
Colour: Black
Keeps your bike handy and ready to ride
Handy shelf for easy storage of helmets and other light items

Easy to install
Fold up when not in use
Additional Information
Instruction Manual

Note: It's highly recommended to install the racks on a solid wall. Follow usage instructions carefully.

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  • still dont know how to install this and how this works :(

    • I reckon its similar to this https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/392284820748

    • +1

      It looks to me as though you'd install it in this orientation

      As mentioned below, it looks super flimsy.
      Even a full carbon road bike would be stretching the capabilities I reckon.
      So much leverage on that one tiny wall mount!

      • +1

        I don't get it, at that orientation, might as well just use the side stand and not even bother with a rack.

        • I guess it frees up space on the floor so we have room to store more stuff we don't need but still bought via Ozbargain.

    • +1

      RTFM :)

      (but yeah, ESEMCE is right)

  • Glad I waited from last 3 months by not buying when it's $10

  • +1

    Looks flimsy. I will check in store.

  • hope you have a strong wall/screws

  • +2

    Thanks OP, I'll give it a go for that price. I think it should be ok if I mount it on a wall stud with coach screws.

  • +1

    My bike isn't a folding bike, so I guess this bike rack isn't any use to me.

    • +2

      Any bike is a folding bike if you try hard enough.

      • +1

        Well, once anyway…

    • It's designed to hold a standard bike with narrow handlebars.

      This google image shows the intended orientation

      If a bike with wider straight handlebars was mounted, bar would hit the wall, tilting the front wheel outwards which would not be so neat.

  • +4

    Thanks OP! Got a few of these to bolt/nut onto garage shelving to hang microfibre cloths or whatever else.

  • +1

    Heavy, so grab 2, thanks OP

  • +10

    I made the mistake of installing a wall-mounted bike rack years ago only to find that I have barely taken the bike down from it since.

    • +3

      I bet it looked cool though.

      • +1

        Hasn't fallen down yet.

  • +1

    I got mine from bunnings , a double bike rack, 25kg limit, $15. Does the job well. 4 screws going into the wall.

  • +1

    Ordered 4. Will try with the kids bikes, scooters and failing that it's cheap enough to use to hang power tools

  • These are fine, but if you're looking to save space with your bicycles, the vertical bike racks are much better. E.g. your Steadyrack type racks. I used to have the ones in this deal, and they're surprisingly sturdy for what they are, but they take up a lot of room because the bike is not mounted in an efficient way. I have 4 bikes in the space that 1-2 mounted by one of these would take up. It does cost significant more though…for $3.50/$15 though, I'm a little dubious as to the quality of what you might be getting.

  • +1

    Mine arrived today. Easy to mount on my brick wall. Just make sure to drill with a SDS+ hammer drill. Used 8mm bit.

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