10 Amazing DIY Bike Rack Ideas You Just Have To See

From a triangular work of art to a bookcase that doubles as a bike rack, these are the gorgeous bike storage solutions you need to upgrade your apartment.

For many of you, your apartment might be that safe and convenient bike storage solution. Until it’s not, and you trip over your bike on the way out the door. Here to keep your bike, and your face, off the floor, are these gorgeous, space-saving bike racks and shelves that double as art because your reliable ride earned it after whisking you around the city and getting you home in one piece all sweet summer and fall long.

Source: 11 Gorgeous Bike Storage Solutions That Double As Art

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