After trying to secure my cafe blinds down to the floor with anchors several times due to the wind tunnel we live in, I've managed to find a very helpful product: Timbermate 500g Concremate Expanding Cement. This will add extra peace of mind, knowing that the weight of the bikes won't rip the anchor from the wall.
This Ramset 6 x 34mm Flat Head Dynabolt has a countersunk head for a flush finish. Just make sure you get the right size for the hole of the bike hook and don't use one that's too long. Anything above 48mm is too long.
Drill your hole with a masonry drill bit and clean any dust out of the hole. You'll only need a tiny bit of Concremate Expanding Cement, which you mix yourself. All you have to do is add water to the fine powder-like substance until you achieve your desired consistency, fill your holes and screw in your Dynabolt quickly as this stuff sets very fast.
How to hang a bicycle
Free up valuable storage space in your shed by storing your bicycle on a wall or ceiling-mounted hanger with this simple step-by-step guide: How To Hang a Bicycle.
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