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Published on April 26th, 2013 | by Jules IKEAHacker

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IKEA Enudden towel rack as bike rack





Materials: Ikea Enudden, screws, bicycle

Description: I needed a way to keep my bike upright in my apartment, before it was just leaning against the wall or my jackets. Basically for this super easy Ikea hack, I took the Ikea Enudden towel rack and screwed it to the wall.

By placing the rods side by side and tilting them til they reach the floor, I created a perfect place to store my bike! This works perfect for bikes with thinner tires (ie road bikes, fixed gears etc.) If you have a bike with thicker tires you can try with one of the other towel racks which has more arms. When not in use you can always flip the rods up and out of the way! Simple, easy to install, and VERY practical!

~ Fixator, Vienna

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2 Responses to IKEA Enudden towel rack as bike rack

  1. Anonymous says:

    nice and simple!

  2. mribaro says:

    From the photo it seems to me that you have screwed the rack to the doors. Can you still open them, or are these not supposed to be open?

  3. Anonymous says:

    Only one screw was placed in the door… Just fold and swivel the unit up and counter clockwise and the door can open again. But who cares about the location, its all about the general idea

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