Tired of tripping over bicycles in your garage or shed? Get them organized and out of the way with one of these smart DIY bike rack ideas!
Is it impossible to park your car in the garage without hitting one of your kids' bikes? Do you have to weave around the handlebars and pedals to get to the storage shelves? Or maybe it just looks like this mess?
Put an end to the clutter and chaos and make one of these simple DIY bike racks for your garage or shed! Whether you're looking for a vertical bike rack that you can mount to a wall, or just a way to park them neatly without falling over, I've got you covered!
Save floor space in your garage with this wall mount bike rack! You can build it in a day with just a few 2x4 boards for each bike!
I designed this really simple DIY vertical bike rack to take advantage of empty wall space directly across from the door in our backyard shed. Now we can just roll the bikes in and hook the front wheel onto the wall!
Easily store four bikes in just 4 feet of space with this DIY bike storage idea. This simple project allows you to hang your bikes from the front tires and even gives you extra storage above! This version can be made with scrap 2x4 lumber because it only requires short lengths.
This plywood bike rack allows for storage from either side. It will hold any size bike and scooters too! It's sturdy enough to stand up to all the abuse your kids can dish out, and can be left out in the driveway for easy access.
This DIY bike rack can be made in an afternoon and ready to use when the sun goes down and the street lights come on. Build it out of pressure treated lumber or cedar to keep it looking great even after multiple years of rain and snow.
The bonus space between the bikes is great for smaller riding toys or you could add storage tubs for helmets and knee pads and such.
Last, but certainly not least, here's an easy repurposing project using an old crib! The slats are the perfect spacing for a bicycle wheel!
Paracord acts as a brace to keep it upright. You can paint it any color or just leave it as is. This DIY project will take you about 30 minutes and you can use scrap wood so it's basically a free project. It doesn't get any better than that!
Which one of these DIY bike rack ideas was your favorite? Let me know in the comments below!