Take Advantage of Simple Physics
Use a Pulley
If you own a heavy bike, or lack the strength to lift it over your head, try a ceiling-mounted pulley system and let physics ease the effort. This bike lift by Racor is easy to install and use.
Let a Hook Grab Your Bike
Use spring action to grab your bike by mounting a claw-style bike hook on your garage ceiling or rafters. This hook, made by Gladiator, is available at Home Depot.
One-Up Your Bike Holder
Room for Accessories
Keep your bike and all accessories up off the floor in one place. The easy-to-install OneUp Bike Holder by Topeak does just that.
Non-Permanent Wall Rack
Freestanding Bike Stand
If you’re renting or don’t want to permantly install a bike rack, check this out. This freestanding bike stand from Michelangelo is held in place only by gravity.
Tried and Tested Method
One of the easiest and least expensive ways to store you bike is with good old-fashioned heavy-duty rubberized hooks made to screw into a stud or rafter. Hang bikes with one hook for vertical bicycle storage, and two hooks placed a bike’s width apart for horizontal storage.
A Quick Exit
If you’re always on your bike, try a space saving bike mount that is easy to grab and go – the Bike Butler. A single attachment location on your seat post makes for a quick exit.
No Wall Solution
Floor-to-Ceiling Bicycle Storage
Don’t have wall space to spare? Try this floor-to-ceiling tension bike rack. It’s held in place by the tension of the central rod and can be installed anywhere with a solid ceiling and 7 to 10 feet of ceiling height.
Don’t Forget Accessories
Keep it all Close By
Don’t forget to store your helmet, water bottle, lock and other accessories close by. Secure a hanging mesh organizer from the ceiling near your bike mount to keep all related items in one place.