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RockyMounts WallRide hangs and locks your road, gravel, MTB or eBike

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If you can pick it up, the WallRide will hold it. At least, that’s the claim with the new home bike storage solution from RockyMounts. With a welded steel construction and a 3mm thick mounting plate, a rim-safe Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) hanging peg, and integrated security solution, the RockyMounts WallRide is worth taking a second look at if you’re in the market for a space efficient bike storage option for your home, or even work place.

RockyMounts WallRide Bike Storage

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The WallRide TPU Peg is long enough to accommodate tires up to around 3.0″ wide, so should take most plus size MTB tire setups, but probably wont stretch to fat bike tire width – more specifics on this coming shortly

RockyMounts, a brand better known for its hitch racks and fork mounts, has diversified into bike storage solutions for the home, introducing the new WallRide line of bike hooks and locking systems. With a maximum weight capacity of 100 lbs (45 kgs), you’ll be hard pushed to find a bike that’s too heavy for the WallRide to handle. 

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The RockyMounts WallRide+ with 10mm square link security chain locks your bike securely to the wall mount

There are two versions of this bike storage solution; the WallRide and the WallRide+, the latter of which comes with a 10mm square link chain to allow the owner to lock their bicycle securely to the wall mount with their own U-Lock. The chain itself is covered with a nylon sleeve to prevent the chain taking chips out of your frame paint when it swings about during locking and unlocking. 

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The RockyMounts WallRide is available in a Bead-blasted Stainless finish for those with deeper pockets (MSRP of $69.95)

Both the WallRide and the WallRide+ come with everything you need for mounting, including stainless steel mounting screws, a 6mm driver, stainless bearings for added security, and concrete anchors.

Pricing & Availability

  • WallRide – Black Powdercoat Finish, no security chain for an MSRP $39.95
  • WallRide+ – Black Powdercoat Finish, with security chain for an MSRP of $99.95
  • WallRide SS – Bead Blasted Stainless Finish, no chain for an MSRP of $69.95
  • WallRide SS+ – Bead Blasted Stainless Finish, with security chain for an MSRP of  $149.95

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Andrew
Andrew
1 year ago

This looks nice enough, but I question the value here. From what I can tell, it essentially does the same thing as a $3 hook; and if you want to lock to chain, I don’t see how this is any better than buying a $5 loop at your hardware store, bolting it to your wall, and running a chain from it to your bike. Am I missing something?

Andrew
Andrew
1 year ago
Reply to  Andrew

I suppose good chains are expensive….but still.

Garrett
Garrett
1 year ago
Reply to  Andrew

Hooks rotate and the plastic on the hooks wear out. As much as we use our road/gravel/MTB bikes. I would spend a little more to have something more secure/durable.

Mike
1 year ago

What’s the point of that chain, if You can just unscrew the whole mount from the wall and take it with You?

Joey Early
1 year ago
Reply to  Mike

There are included ball bearings that can be installed into the mounting hardware to make the installation tamper proof and permanent. Here is a link to the instructions so you can see what I am talking about.

Jovee
Jovee
11 months ago
Reply to  Joey Early

what a terrible way to make the mount ‘theft proof’, ‘hammering in’ a ball bearing into the screw head, SMH.

Deputy Dawg
Deputy Dawg
1 year ago

Not nay saying here, genuinely curious, and hoping somebody that knows something about carbon and aluminum rims might chime in on hanging a heavier e-bike from a hook like this.

Joe Maki
Joe Maki
1 year ago
Reply to  Deputy Dawg

Generally, riding your bike will put a lot more stress on the wheels than hanging the bike.

Phil
Phil
1 year ago
Reply to  Joe Maki

Yeah, but you wouldn’t ride the bike on the rim, without a tire. So the question is if the isolated force in that one spot, amlified through te leverage of the wheel rolling along the wall while rotationg around the hub possibly by a factor of 2 will damage some rather lightweight, fragile rims.
I don’t see more rigid rims taking damage, but definitely wouldn’t hang wheels with carbon fairings as an example.

A Wheeler
A Wheeler
1 year ago

What will the long term use have in the bike spokes??

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