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RAD Cycle Products Ceiling Mount Bike Hoist

November 9, 2013 - Comment

Store your bikes overhead and out of the way. Smooth pulleys and latches make lifting even heavy bikes super easy. The exclusive rope locking mechanism prevents unwanted release and can suspend one bike – 100 lb. load limit. Please note, you can mount this item as pictured or on a 2 x 4 and then

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Store your bikes overhead and out of the way. Smooth pulleys and latches make lifting even heavy bikes super easy. The exclusive rope locking mechanism prevents unwanted release and can suspend one bike – 100 lb. load limit. Please note, you can mount this item as pictured or on a 2 x 4 and then onto the ceiling. RAD Cycle Products is an industry leader and backs it up with a warranty which is the best in the business!

Product Features

  • Hooks are designed with a rubber coating to protect your bicycle from scratches
  • Robust engineering allows you to lift heavy bikes-100lbs capacity
  • For Ceilings up to 12ft
  • Safe locking mechanism prevents accidental release
  • Not the same as our competition; we use thicker rope and offer a lifetime warranty

Comments

Vanilla Bean says:

Here are some helpful suggestions as you mount this great product… We researched a lot of similar products via online reviews, settling on this one as having the greatest likelihood of highest quality / best price and WE ARE VERY PLEASED.Here are some key things we’d like you to know:1. It takes some time to get these things mounted right, so just plan on it… you need to string the rope through the 4 pieces and pulleys just so, mount them on joists just so, and ensure the distance between the two pieces is just right for your bike…

Peter Porter says:

Works great, almost identical to the more expensive version! This bike lift is almost identical to the more expensive Racor list. We purchased a Racor first, then three of these. The only difference is slightly cheaper rope, and different pulleys. For the price, I’m happy that I went with this one.Review from my Racor purchase (applies to all of them):We purchased four lifts (three of this brand, one Racor) for our garage and are happy with them. We were able to position each bike about 16″ apart and have no trouble getting any bike…

Dave says:

Not Bad for the Money I am actually using the product to hoist something other (much heavier) than a bicycle but I think my comments might still be of interest to others. I found the product to be reasonably well made. The rope, as noted by others, is inexpensive but suitable for its purpose. If you don’t like it, you can certainly afford to replace it based on the product’s low price. The only complaint I have is that the two pulleys don’t rise at the same rate; the pulley carrying the least amount of weight will…

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