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Old 01-27-21, 07:35 AM
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easyupbug 
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I saw one of these in a Portland shop and it made a nice display if a little busy but can not imaging dealing with this for user storage. If up against a wall the upper bikes would be a pain to get out and then back in with the fork moving around on it own.
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