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MossyCog mikekazimer's article
Sep 23, 2021 at 13:28
Sep 23, 2021
Check Out: Bike Storage Racks, Bearing Presses, Sunglasses, & First Aid Kits
Video showing how the TS-4 rack moves, allowing the bikes be as close as they are without clashing. The idea is to have both tight storage, and easy access. The rack holds 4 bikes between 3 studs, closer than you can get with hooks or any other single-bike wall-mounted rack. https://youtu.be/T1mOIPyjD5s
MossyCog mikekazimer's article
Sep 23, 2021 at 13:21
Sep 23, 2021
Check Out: Bike Storage Racks, Bearing Presses, Sunglasses, & First Aid Kits
As for the price, you have to consider what you are buying. It's not a hook, it's a rack for 4 bikes. A lot of people mention the Steady Rack, so compare the price of 4 of those to this rack, and it's in the same price bracket (Cost includes shipping within the USA). And it is made in the USA, at shops that I can and do visit in person. That costs more, but I feel that it is worth it, and many customers say that as well (even if they don't say it with their wallet).
MossyCog mikekazimer's article
Sep 23, 2021 at 13:16
Sep 23, 2021
Check Out: Bike Storage Racks, Bearing Presses, Sunglasses, & First Aid Kits
A few people have mentioned the weight capacity. It's 50 pounds per bike / 175 pounds per rack. That means you can't put 4 50lb bikes in it, but an individual bike can weigh up to 50 lbs. If you want more total capacity, there are ways to get it. Just ask.
MossyCog MossyCog's article
Jan 6, 2021 at 8:50
Jan 6, 2021
Mossy Cog Designs Announces the Tight Stack Bike Rack
@gnarlysipes: We've never ran into issues with fork seals leaking on us from hanging bikes up. Fork seals have only improved over time and most modern forks have a foam ring below the seals that actually get lubricated by hanging/flipping your bike upside down pre-ride. Regular suspension maintenance and replacing worn seals should keep your fork feeling good and leak free as well
MossyCog MossyCog's article
Dec 13, 2020 at 11:32
Dec 13, 2020
Mossy Cog Designs Announces the Tight Stack Bike Rack
Several people have asked for a video, so I uploaded the video from our website onto PB here: https://www.pinkbike.com/video/529023/ Hopefully this helps people understand what we think the benefits of this rack are.
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Dec 13, 2020 at 11:28
Dec 13, 2020
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MossyCog MossyCog's article
Dec 13, 2020 at 11:23
Dec 13, 2020
Mossy Cog Designs Announces the Tight Stack Bike Rack
We've tried the hooks before as I'm sure most have. Works great for 1 or 2 bikes...until they start scratching up and damaging your rims. Yeah you can stagger the hooks and try to pack your bikes in as close as you can, and maybe somebody has figured out the perfect set up and we haven't seen it. Unfortunately in our experience, getting bikes in and out of tightly packed hooks results in a not very fun game of Bike Tetris where expensive bikes end up scratched. The TS4 packs the bikes in tighter to each other without scratching anything, it keeps the bikes closer to the wall to save space, it takes up less space down the length of the wall, and it makes popping bikes off the wall headache free.
MossyCog MossyCog's article
Dec 13, 2020 at 10:50
Dec 13, 2020
Mossy Cog Designs Announces the Tight Stack Bike Rack
Unfortunately, manufacturing costs drop with volume. As a small company just getting started, our volume is low. Keeping manufacturing local does raise the price of the rack a bit. Trying to do our part (however small it may be) to keep shops and businesses in our community afloat just seems like the right thing to do with everything that’s going on in the world.
MossyCog MossyCog's article
Dec 13, 2020 at 10:49
Dec 13, 2020
Mossy Cog Designs Announces the Tight Stack Bike Rack
Think of all the KOMs I’ve missed aahhhh. I knew my riding wasn’t the problem
MossyCog MossyCog's article
Dec 13, 2020 at 10:36
Dec 13, 2020
Mossy Cog Designs Announces the Tight Stack Bike Rack
@rockyflowtbay: naw bro that doorway is infinitely adjustable, superboost compatible all day
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