Installation Instructions & Product Manuals

Installation Instructions

We recommend you measure each of your bikes and mount the racks accordingly using our installation instructions below or by watching our installation video. This will ensure they are easy to use for any of the bike owners.
It is possible to mount your racks at the same height where your bikes are a similar length. For example if your bikes vary between 100-150mm or 4 -6 inches in length you can mount them all at the same height so they will look neater on the wall. Just work to the longest bike when setting your mounting heights.
Check all your bikes first and you may need to group them together based on their length. Place all your road bikes at one height and all your MB’s at another.


Steadyrack Product Manuals

These guides have been created to assist in the space planning for commercial environments where the facility owners are not certain of the exact type and size of bikes to be parked. The information provided is based on our past experience and we are assuming that longer bikes will be utilised which means some shorter bikes will be higher off the ground than necessary. This will not impact greatly on the user experience and allows for a uniform mounting height despite the variety of different size bikes typically found in these facilities.

Classic Rack Fact Sheet

The Steadyrack Classic Rack is perfect for the majority of bicycles and wheel sizes up to 2.4 inches.


Fender Rack Fact Sheet

The Steadyrack Fender Rack is perfect for bikes with fenders and bikes with tyres up to 2.4 inches.


Fat Rack Fact Sheet

The Steadyrack Fat Rack is perfect for bikes without fenders and bikes with tyres 2.4 inches to 5 inches.


MTB Rack Fact Sheet

The Steadyrack MTB rack has been designed to cater for Mountain Bikes with wider and larger tyres/tires and wheels