Bike storage shed ideas...

rockmoose

Likes Dirt
Here you go. 90 x 45 radiata, some Bunnings hooks, triangulated with some 10mm ply. The vacant middle hook is for Junior's pending new jump bike, old jump bike was there last week, so it comfortably holds 5 bikes.







I already knew Mrs Rex was lovely. But if she allows you to encroach on her office space like that, well done my man. You've got yourself a keeper.

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T-Rex

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I already knew Mrs Rex was lovely. But if she allows you to encroach on her office space like that, well done my man. You've got yourself a keeper.

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Yes, I'm punching above my weight. She constantly reminds me....
 

sbm

Likes Bikes
Currently I'm living in an apartment and we keep the bikes inside. It's been alright with a "bike tree" style rack like this https://www.99bikes.com.au/storage-2-bike-tree-stand

In the previous apartment we had a garage under the apartment block. I put a piece of wood up with two Dynabolts in the brick wall, and screwed some of those same Pinnacle bike hooks from Bunnings, we had 4 bikes on that. For security, I had my budget ground anchor, done rock climbing style, a big U-bolt that I glued into the wall (drill two holes ~1mm larger than the bolt leg diameter, clean and blow the cr*p out of them, push epoxy into holes with a chopstick, insert U-bolt, wipe away excess) and a heavy chain I had from somewhere that I would attach around the bikes with a U-lock. Some people did make fun of it as overkill, but I haven't had a bike stolen yet. And apartment garages are a bit infamous for theft.
 
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