Overall, the Velo Cache is a secure, sleek and attractive way to store your bike either in the house or in the shed. But it does come at quite a price.
What a mouthful! Let's just ?call it the Velo Cache. As ?over-engineered as its name, it's kind of appropriate when faced with the stand.
With three widely spaced legs, the central triangular column is amply stable, which is a good thing given that the top tube is potentially a long way off the ground.
We love the fact that each individual arm can be adjusted separately so almost any frame shape can be accommodated and that two XL bikes can be put on the Cache without clashing.
Of course, there are limitations; you can't turn the pedals and the arms themselves could do with being further apart to further increase stability.
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