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If you live in the suburbs and have a glorious two-car garage, your bicycle storage needs are covered. If, however, you’re an urban dweller or happen to live in an apartment with a public bike rack that has a spotty track record at best, you need to get creative. Luckily, there are ways to store your two-wheeler without rolling it into your living room and putting down the kickstand. Here are 12 sharp ways to do so.


Oak Wood Bike Hanger “Elk” – $240


Bike Valet – $87


Shoes Books and a Bike – $880


Urban City Bike Shelf – $149


Michelangelo Two Bike Gravity Stand – $75


Commuter Bike Rack – Link


Cycloc – $60


Reclaimed Wood Wall Mounted Bike Rack – $85


Mama Bike Rack – $105


Bookbike – Link


Minimal and Simple Wooden Bike Hook – $84


Branchline – $1591

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