Fat Rack
Fat Rack
Fat Rack
Fat Rack

Fat Rack

Regular price$99.99
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Steadyrack’s Fat Rack is one of the only wall-mounted bike racks on the market that caters specifically for bikes with tyres up to 5”.
Fat Rack
Regular price$99.99
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The Fat Rack

Designed to pivot up to 160 degrees and fold away for maximum storage space efficiency, our Fat Racks can be mounted on virtually any wall. Perfect for fat tyre bike enthusiasts looking for easy storage at home and to get out riding as quickly as possible.

If you own a fat bike, the chances are it can be very difficult to store properly. As fat bikes are wider and heavier than most, they tend to take up precious space in your home or garage and are likely to damage more easily from being unprotected or incorrectly stored away. The Steadyrack Fat Rack has been specifically designed to tackle beach cruiser and fat bike storage issues. The Fat Rack can be mounted on virtually any wall in your home or garage and can pivot up to 160 degrees and fold away, providing the ultimate storage space efficiency. The Steadyrack Fat Rack caters to bikes with tyres up to 5 inches, in particular popular beach cruisers such as the Surly Ice Cream Truck, Canyon The Dude and the Mongoose Dolomite fat bikes. Not sure if your fat tyre bike will fit on our wall mount? Read our how to measure your bike tips for more.

Best for
Fat Bikes, eBikes with ‘Fat’ Tyres

Designed for bikes with:

Wheel Diameter: 20” – 29”

Tyre Width: 2.8” – 5”

Maximum Weight: 35kg

No fenders/mudguards

Australia WA 2-7 business days after dispatch
ACT, NSW, NT, QLD, SA, TAS, VIC 5-24 business days after dispatch
United Kingdom 2-7 business days
Europe 2-6 business days after dispatch
USA 2-15 business days after dispatch
Canada 2-15 business days after dispatch

*Free shipping is available in select countries. Find out more here.

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How to measure your bike

When deciding between our different bike racks, it comes down to tyre diameter (A), wheel diameter (B) and if you have fenders/mudguards.



Match your tyre width and wheel diameter to our bike rack types to find the best Steadyrack to suit your bike. Learn more about measuring your bike.

Installation Tips

Installing a Steadyrack is easy for anyone with basic DIY skills; no need to hire anyone to do the job! All the fixings required to install into any timber or masonry (concrete/brick) surface are also provided. All you need are a few tools, and you’re ready to go!

Check out our handy video below or view the Installation guide for all the details.

Installing multiple racks?
Check out our Wall Placement Guide for some extra pointers.

Installation guide

  • Dimensions 12cm x 12cm x 85.5cm
  • Weight 4.3kg
  • Material Zinc plated steel and plastic
  • Maximum Tyre Width 2.8” – 5”
  • Recommended Wheel Diameter (inc Tyre) 20” – 29”
  • Bike Style Fat Bikes, eBikes with ‘Fat’ Tyres
  • Bikes With Fenders No
  • Bikes Without Fenders Yes
  • Maximum Recommended Weight 35kg
  • Will hanging my bike damage the bike frame or forks?
    Hanging a bike in Steadyrack will not cause any damage to your bike. No part of the bike frame touches the rack, only the front tyre, which is cradled in the steel arms.
    Are Steadyrack bike racks safe to use for bikes with hydraulic brakes/forks/suspensions?
    Yes! This a common concern for many bike owners with these types of brakes and suspension. When your bike is hung up vertically, the fluid in your forks will run towards the seals and keep them lubricated. This will prolong their use, so it’s actually good for your bike and forks to hang it vertically on our bike racks. If you have hydraulic brakes on your bike, the fluid will run down when the bike is hung, so we advise pumping the brakes a few times when you take the bike off the rack if it’s been there for a while. The shocks shouldn’t leak when the bike is hung up, however if they do then it’s a good indication that the seals might need replacing. Read our blog post for more information about storing bikes with hydraulic brakes in Steadyracks.
    Can I lock my bike to a Steadyrack?
    You can lock your bikes into our racks with a D Lock or Chain lock. This is sufficient to prevent opportunist theft and adequate if your bikes are stored in a private carpark. If your bikes are in a location fully accessible to the public, we recommend installing a bracket or a steel rail to the wall underneath the rack to attach a locking device to. As with everything, take caution when storing your bike in a public place, as professional thieves can generally get around any locking system.
    Do the racks swing freely?
    Steadyracks are assembled using a specific tension for the nuts (torque setting = 5nm) that holds the central spine to the top and bottom mounting brackets. This setting is designed to give sufficient tension to the pivot to ensure bikes can be loaded on any angle without the rack moving around too much. When you remove the 2 plastic caps from the top and bottom, the nuts are exposed. You can loosen both nuts to free up the rack more, and equally you can tighten them to lock the rack into position. We recommend you maintain them so the racks are stiff but can still be pivoted. The rack can be quite stiff when you use it for the first few times then it loosens up a bit. This is due to the type of fibre washers we use to assist with the stiffening effect.
    Can I lock my Steadyrack into one position or any angle?
    It is not possible to lock the rack solid in one position. However, you can tighten the nuts so the rack will become stiff and will effectively hold it in the one position. To do this, first remove the two plastic mounting bracket covers (End Caps). Next, tighten the two nuts that attach the central pivot bar to the mounting brackets. If you follow these steps, we recommend checking your fixings carefully and making sure they are very secure as any sideways pressure on the rack could damage the mounting bracket.
    Are Steadyracks suitable for apartments?
    Yes our racks are ideal for apartment buildings where the parking is in a secure environment and not exposed directly to the elements.

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