Display Your Bike on the Wall as if it Were a Precious Trophy

Display Your Bike on the Wall as if it Were a Precious Trophy

We know most of you have a passion for bicycles. We are also aware of how much these two -wheels light vehicles mean to you and how sometimes you feel that they deserves better than being stuck in the garage all day long. 718 Bedford Ave Bike Rack is an ingenious method of placing your bike where it belongs: up on the wall, as if it were a work of art or a precious trophy. Because in some ways, it is both. This unique “bike rack” has a simple and slender design, easy to integrate in a large variety of unconventional decors with a well defined personality. The design is custom made in order to fit your bicycle shape and is produced from birch ply and veneer. The only problem with this incredible support is its steamy price (the product is said to cost a little over $400). But the idea is truly inspiring, don’t you agree?


  • Display Your Bike on the Wall as if it Were a Precious Trophy | Whats going on! April 12, 2011 at 12:17 PMLogin to Reply →

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  • Jay Banks April 12, 2011 at 14:15 PMLogin to Reply →

    I think it cannot be such a difficult taks to create your own bike rack and avoid spending 400 dollars, basically paying for the idea. And otherwise, do not forget to make sure it does not rain on your bike when hanged on the wall!

  • Globike, a roundtail, and other links | Bicycle Design April 13, 2011 at 20:07 PMLogin to Reply →

    […] Freshome recently posted a nice looking wooden wall rack for displaying a diamond-framed bike. Each 718 Bedford Ave Bike Rack is custom made from birch ply and veneer to fit the front triangle of your particular bike. Thanks to Kim at Full Circle for the tip. […]