Tusk Hook 'n' Hang review

Cycling Weekly Verdict

At £22.61 and £17.76 respectively, totalling just over 40 quid if you add the lower guide, it’s substantially more than your average B&Q hooks, but Tusk Hook 'n' Hang is the real deal if you want the job done properly.

Reasons to buy
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    Sturdy bike hanging solution

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    Includes plasterboard fixings

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Reasons to avoid
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    Not much

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This one’s pretty straightforward really. Fix Tusk Hook 'n' Hang to a wall, hang a bike on it. Does the bike stay put? Well, yes, quite well actually, especially if you use the lower guide too, albeit for an extra £17.76.

The only real problem we can see is the quality of the fixing in the wall. Plasterboard is likely to throw up its usual challenges. Tusk does, thoughtfully, offer a specific fitting kit though.

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