Hello @Tara86 I can see you have been busy again. Looks great and look at all the time you save, space as well. Only having to move one instead of two and being up off the ground like that you will never back over one... Awesome gal... Looks great.
this Old Gal
Hi tara 86
You are inspirational. Is it possible for me to get an email copy of the material list and step by step instructions for the Bike stand.
How would i go about making bike stand for 1 bike only. Im a novice D.I.Y. Learner.
Cheers Ms B
You can find Tara's plans and list of materials here - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Garage-and-Shed/D-I-Y-portable-bike-stand/m-p/28339#M1304
Do you need the stand to be portable like Tara's, or would something like this fit your needs? - https://www.workshop.com.au/t5/Garage-and-Shed/Hanging-bikes-in-garage/m-p/26373
Let me extend a very warm welcome to the Workshop community to you both. Great to see you've been inspired by @Tara86's fantastic work. Feel free to post anytime you need a hand with a project or have something to share.
@bebgregg if you want to do it for only one bike you can still use the same dimensions or can make the cuts shorter. I’m happy to help write up plans for one bike if you’d like?
Thanks for welcome. Im checking out tomorrow if i could use the vertical wall hanger.
I think i will need to go with tara's 86 portable bike stand, however materials and instructions for 1 bike only.
Great project Tara & thanks for the details picture - I might try a more permanent version to mount in a shed
Thanks for joining in the discussion @damo_
We're looking forward to seeing what you can create. Fantastic to see you've been inspired by Tara's popular project. As you can see, we have loads of clever and creative members on the site sharing helpful advice and project inspiration every day. We trust you'll get loads of assistance and inspo for all your projects around the house and garden from our amazing community.