How to make a bike repair rack

How to make a bike repair rack

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    How To Make A Bike Repair Stand DIY

    In every professional bicycle workshop, in addition to a professional bicycle tool, there should be the main and most used accessory. bike repair stand. We are glad that the days when a bicycle mechanic had to independently come up with designs that make it possible to hold the client’s bike as conveniently and reliably as possible during its maintenance and assembly are gone. Now you do not need to ask your friend, a welder, to build a rack for repairing a bicycle. Leading engineers from companies that specialize in the development of bicycle tools have already done this for you.

    What types of bike repair stands are there today? There are many of them. Starting from the simplest, compact and inexpensive stands, which are installed on pedals and carriage assemblies, to ultra-modern and expensive professional stands for the repair of bicycle equipment of all modifications. Their main well-known designers and manufacturers of repair stands are Park Tool, Ice Toolz, Topeak and other well-known bicycle brands.

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    When buying a bike rack, you need to decide. you just need a storage rack or a professional repair stand. The bike storage rack does not provide for long-term manipulations with the bike and limits access to some parts, while the repair stand allows you to approach the bike from any side, allows you to freely rotate the pedals, handlebars, etc. Entry-level repair stands provide for fastening the bike to the down tube in the area of ​​the carriage assembly. Such stands are relatively inexpensive. for example RACK BBB BTL-63 EASYMOUNT. We can recommend such stands for buying as a home drain for a bicycle enthusiast who maintains his bike on his own. In this case, by spending not too much money, you will get the most functional and affordable stand for home repair.

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    Features and types of bike racks

    Since there are many varieties of these devices, it is worth carefully studying the main parameters by which the products differ:

    • method of mounting the rack. it can be attached to the wall, to the floor, to the ceiling, have a sliding telescopic handle with the ability to transfer to another place, or be stationary;
    • way of fastening the bike. it can be a holder for repairs with fixation, a hanging hook or an adjustable rod for different types of frames;
    • dimensions. depend on the type of product and its functionality;
    • configuration. produce simple options in the form of a hook or complex collapsible structures that allow you to achieve maximum convenience during repairs;
    • material of manufacture. in any version of the product, it must be durable, withstand heavy loads and not succumb to corrosion.
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    If the need arises, the bike repair stand can be used as a stand for storing it. This significantly saves space and also relieves stress on the wheels. This means less wear and tear on the components of the bike when not in use.

    Repair rack for bike maintenance. pledge of convenience and safety

    Experienced cyclists know how often it is necessary to inspect some parts of their bike, because their overall performance depends on their correct performance. For a thorough examination of the necessary part, you need to figure out how to get to it without the risk of dropping the bike on yourself or on the ground. You have to turn it upside down with the wheels, which is not always convenient. To make this work as easy as possible for yourself, you need to purchase a special stand. It allows you to easily service the required unit due to the fact that the position of the bike can be adjusted.

    Manufacturers offer a variety of stands, ranging from small wall mounts to professional bike stands with many useful features (wheel alignment, etc.). The requirements for any option are the same. The main thing is that they provide a reliable fastening of the bike in the right position, and also exclude the occurrence of situations that threaten to get injured.

    Features of choosing a repair stand for bicycles

    Before buying such a stand that any cyclist needs, it is necessary to take into account a number of important points in order for the purchase to meet the expectations placed on it as much as possible. First of all, consider what size of the product suits you. If several types of bikes will be serviced (for children, with a frame, without a frame), you should take a closer look at the models that allow you to adjust the height and angle of inclination during repairs. Be sure to look in the description for what maximum load the stand can withstand. Ask what material the product is made of, check the complete set and availability of all the parts necessary for its assembly.

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    Mypka

    Recently I read an interesting article about how to make a machine for repair with your own hands using pipes, a corner, and welding.

    I want to share my version of a machine for repairing a bicycle from a pipe, an angle, four bolts and a stem.

    Of the tools you will need: a drill, a hacksaw for metal, half an hour of time.

    The bike will be attached to the stem using the seatpost.

    At the dacha, just such a machine was made by me. Completely efficient and compact design. Easy to disassemble and fit into the closet until better times.

    Screenshots from 3D Inventor and AutoCAD drawing.

    I will add live photos to the topic later (when I get to the dacha).

    1.Steel angle 30×4. half a meter (price 6 UAH in Budmena)

    Steel pipe 1 meter long and 25-30mm in diameter (suitable from the old cornice). price 15-20 UAH.

    The removal is old, bought at a flea market, under the steering wheel 31.5mm. (price 5-20 UAH) such as this

    Total UAH 20-45. (It cost me 10 hryvnyas for a take-out. Everything else was my own)

    -We drill a couple of holes in the wall with a drill for M8 (the machine will be mounted on the wall), and drive anchor bolts into these holes

    -We bend the pipe at 90 degrees (carefully with a hammer), and drill two holes in the pipe, at the same distance as in the wall.

    -Drill two more holes in the pipe to screw the corner, as shown in the picture above.

    You can attach the bike to the seatpost and do repairs, adjustments, etc.

    You need to wind electrical tape around the seatpost so as not to scratch.

    I made my machine in two passes. First, I made it entirely from a 50×5 corner, a short pipe and an extension.

    A huge and massive structure turned out. Spent two days on this. The corner is thick, it is difficult to cut with a hacksaw and it is difficult to drill.

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    During the manufacturing process, the idea arose to modify the machine. As a result, I assembled such a simple and functional miracle.

    Just in case, I post a drawing of my machine in AutoCAD. Side view without extension.

    The tool for making a machine tool needs high quality. Quality drills, one thin one to drill a hole,

    another thick M8. And one drill bit with a victorious tip, for holes in the wall.

    I recommend using only high quality drills. Cheap drills do not drill a steel corner and pipe and only spoil the nerves.

    To cut off a corner, you need a hacksaw for metal and a cloth. I also recommend using either Soviet or Branded foreign.

    Cheap hacksaws for 20-40 UAH. do not hold the canvas and break often.

    P. S. From the remains of the Corner and the pipe, you can quickly make a horizontal bar room. See photo below

    The one on top, the usual horizontal bar from the 30×4 corner, the one below. horizontal bar / bars from the corner 50×5

    I made 4 such horizontal bars and gave them all to my friends. Very robust designs. and most importantly cheap and do it yourself.

    Materials and tools

    Diameter of pipes and fittings (PVC 1 1/2 PPR 40)

    • Pipe 38 cm long. 4 pcs. (for the base)
    • Tube 90 cm long. 2 pcs. (for legs)
    • Pipe 41 cm long. 1 pc. (bottom support)
    • Pipe 130 cm long. 1 pc. (retractable support)
    • Pipe (PVC 2 “PPR 50-63) 8 cm. 1 pc. (For support)
    • Tee. 3 pcs.
    • Angle 90 degrees. 2 pcs.
    • Plug. 3 pcs.
    • Crosspiece. 1 PC.
    • adhesive for PVC pipes

    Instruments:

    • pipe cutter;
    • roulette;
    • chisels or engraver;
    • pencil;
    • file;
    • sandpaper.

    Bike frame support bracket

    Making brackets for fastening a bicycle to a rack is, at first glance, the most laborious operation. But actually. there is nothing difficult here.

    The upper support is made from a tee. The end part of the tee is cut to the radius of the pipe and glued to pvc glue.

    For gluing the support, a tee cut in half was used.

    The bottom support is made from a cross. A piece of tubing with diameters of 2 inches for pvc or 50-63 for PPR is glued to the crosspiece. Length

    Making a rack

    Assembling the support legs and crossbars

    Here I think everything is clear to everyone at once, soldering and gluing pipes. one of the simplest operations.

    Tubing sizes are listed above in the list of materials.

    To maintain alignment when gluing or soldering. can be marked on pipe and fittings.