Feedback Sports Velo Hinge

Feedback Sports Velo Hinge
Feedback Sports Velo Hinge
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Velo Hinge by Feedback Sports
More than just a utilitarian hook for your bike, the Feedback Sports Velo Hinge pivots to hold your bike at an angle, taking up less space than a perpendicular-hanging hook. Its rear wheel stabilizer prevents your bike from swaying and marking up your wall. Best of all, it conveniently folds away when it's not in use, providing a cleaner aesthetic that's ideal for studios and small apartments.

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