In a dream last night, I had an idea for how to store my unicycles and bikes. It isn’t that innovative, but I have a friend who can probably help me build it (I’m no good with tools).
Here is a link to the image of my idea:
Please don’t laugh too uch at my microsoft paint skills.
Basically, it would be like two 7-foot tall saw-horses that are 7 feet wide and 4 feet deep, with hooks on the underside. The image does not convey it well, but when facing the unit, you will be looking at the narrow/skinny profile of the unicycles as they hang there.
I was wanting feedback on the dimensions, because I am not sure what is realistic.
I am figuring 7 feet high because I want to hang my one bicycle also (a Trek street/mountain hybrid I got like 6 years ago). I figure cycles maybe fit in volumes of 4’ x 5’ x 3’, if they have big handle-bars and stuff.
Anyway, it is mostly for the unicycles, so I will hang the hooks such that, other than my bike, the unicycles will fit.
As for the unicycles, I’m not sure what their dimensions are (well, the rims are 24" plus a couple more for the tire). In the futire, I want to hang the 36" rim unicycles (Coker) also. Plus, Chris could hang his when he came over, if he wanted.
That is also why I wanted 4 feet of depth, not only for the bike but also for the larger-wheel unicycles I may get in the future.
What modifications would you make to these ideas?