§ Intended use
This product is intended for hanging standard
bicycles on a ceiling and for indoor use. It is
not intended to use in humid environments
and for commercial use.
§ Technical data
Max. loading: 20 kg (10 kg per hook)
Max. 4 m high ceiling
Do not load more than 20 kg with the
product, otherwise there is a risk of injury
and / or damage to the product.
Check regularly that the product was
installed securely and retighten the
Use the securing hook
securing the bicycle. The bicycle may crash
Only use the product to hang bicycles on.
Replace a cord immediately if it is
Ensure that the cord does not slide too
fast between your hands when lowering
the bicycle! It could lead to burns and
Ensure that the holding hooks
slip from the saddle and handlebar when
raising or lowering the bicycle.
Before drilling, please make sure the
mounting holes are far away from the
interior lines of the wall, such as electric
wirings, gas or water pipes.
The product cannot be used to lift any
kind of tricycles or bicycles with assistant
No operation or maintenance is permitted,
if the bicycle is suspended on the bracket.
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note: Use the four screws
supplied. They are suitable for mounting on
concrete ceilings only.
1. Please refer to fig. A to D.
Operate the hanging system as shown in
1. Attach the holding hooks
2. Pull the cord downwards to raise the bicycle
3. Slightly pull the cord outwards to activate
at all times for
4. For lowering the bicycle, put the rope to
Clean the product only with a slightly damp
Contact your local refuse disposal authority for
more details of how to dispose of your worn-
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must be fastened tightly.
and handlebar of the bicycle.
to the appropriate height.
the locking mechanism and make sure the
locking gear is locked in stable condition,
then attach the securing hook
rack as shown in fig. D and then bind the
rest cord on bicycle.
unlock position, slightly pull down the cord
to release the lock, and then slowly lower
the bicycle (see fig. D).
The packaging is made entirely of
recyclable materials, which you may
dispose at local recycling facilities.
to the saddle
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