What sets Peak Racks apart? 

Peak Racks are built with two things in mind: the riders who use them and the places they’re installed.

Our patented features were designed to maximize space and minimize hassles.

So you get neat, tidy parking areas that accommodate lots of bikes in racks that are a pleasure to use.

The Locking Bar

The locking bar is precisely located so that the bicycle wheel, the frame and the locking bar meet for easy and secure locking.

  • Locking with ease: No more having to bend over or lean into tight spaces. The locking bar is conveniently located and allows for quick, easy locking with a small diameter U-lock or cable lock.

  • Security: The ingenious locking system allows for simultaneous locking of wheel and frame with small diameter lock.

Quick and Easy Install

Peak Racks are self-standing and do not have to be attached or secured to the ground.

Peak Racks are surface mount and can be added at any time.

For more secure and orderly parking, racks should be bolted down with our easy to install fasteners.

Special tamper-proof fasteners are available in addition to our standard mounting hardware.

 Vertical Stagger

Peak Racks incorporates a vertically staggered design that offsets every other bicycle to eliminate handle bar tangles and achieve tight density parking.

This design makes Peak Racks the most functional and space efficient bike parking racks available, as bikes can be easily inserted into an empty space between two bicycles.

One-Side or Two-Side Loading

Peak Racks designed for one side loading allow racks to be placed up against an existing structure for incredible space reduction and clear pedestrian access, therefore increasing parking capacity while reducing pedestrian hazards.

Wheel Support

The well designed wheel holder safely and securely supports a front or rear tire of any type of bicycle without jeopardizing wheel structure.

The wheel holder contacts and supports the tire in three places which encompass one half of the wheel’s circumference and keeps the frame from contacting the rack, eliminating any risk of damage, even to rear derailleurs.