Commercial bike racks are used in public places to keep bicycles safe from theft and organize them to keep them in one location. Commercial bike racks are usually made from steel that has been galvanized to resist rust and corrosion, they come in many styles and shapes. There are two sided racks that are called “A Frame” or “J Frame” due to the shape of the supporting structure. We sell Circle frames and low profile. These frames take up less space. Recently because of industry technology changes manufactures are making creative loop styles that are more artistic. Many are powder coated over the galvanized steel, and some even have a epoxy coating for durability.
We anticipate life changes in the US due to fuel cost which will probably increase the demand as people find ways such as the bicycle to reduce their dependence on gas. This will be a long term trend as people are very slow to change.
Bike racks are also made from wood, recycled plastic, concrete and more. They can be found at most public buildings such as convenience stores, 7-Elevens, Shell, Chevron or Citgo Gas stations, the Library, Shopping malls, schools, parks, office buildings, restaurants like outback, the cheesecake factory, MacDonalds, Burger King, Sonic, Checkers, Chick-fil-A.