Store Your Bike in Style

From racks to hooks, get your wheels off the ground.

 

Photographer: Andrew Musson for Bloomberg Businessweek

Bika by Killwood
$300; killwood.ca

The company name comes from a cool-looking wood with blue-gray streaks that remain after pine beetles have attacked and killed a tree. The notch in the rack is lined with cork to protect your frame from scratches, and the underside is magnetized to hold keys.

 

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Lift hook by Ippinka
$78; lifthook.co
Strong enough to hold a bike and versatile enough to catch coats, yoga mats, or almost anything else you’d want to hang up. Hook a wheel on the steel peg; use the birch-wood side to hold a helmet or lock.
 

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Bike hook by Alexa Lethen
$128; alexalethen.de
First, screw the knobs into the wall. Then add the powder-coated steel hooks, accessorized with leather covers for paint-friendly bike cradling. Slide the hooks off when not in use if you’re bothered by that sort of thing.
 

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Make bike rack by Make
$180; themake.co
Available in solid walnut or maple, with bronze caps disguising regular old mounting screws (included). If you’re a surfer, Make also sells a rack for your board.

 

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Rack by Artifox
$199; theartifox.com
 
This elegant, ski-shaped rack is the rare vertical model that protects your wall from tire scuffs.

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