Car-mounted bicycle racks may be fastened to the trailer hitch, strapped to the rear of the car, or mounted to the roof. Roof-mounted racks may be used to transport bicycles as well as luggage, skies, kayaks, canoes, and other recreational equipment.
One of the most effective forms of garage storage are lift hoist bike holders. These holders vary according to brand, but the general purpose is to strap a bicycle in and then hoist the bike up toward the ceiling.
Exercise bikes are also known as stationary bicycles and exercycles. Most exercise bikes make use of an ergometer, which is a device that measures the work a person exerts while exercising.
Some bike racks attach to the roof or the rear of a vehicle and can usually carry two to five bicycles. This photo shows a typical rear-mounted bike rack carrying four bicycles.
A semi-recumbent exercise bicycle takes a position between a conventional upright bicycle and a full recumbent bicycle. These semi-recumbent bikes are great in the areas of comfort and ease of use, but do not rank high in aerodynamics.
Many cities and parks have racks, like the ones pictured here, for storing and securing bicycles. These two blue bike racks are permanently installed in concrete so that riders can stow their bicycles and enjoy the park on foot.
Bike racks come in various styles; they can be used for transporting or securing bicycles. This row of permanently installed triangular metal racks is used for securing bicycles.
Many exercise bikes include attached televisions or other decides to provide entertainment to the user while he or she is riding. Many people enjoy using an mp3 player to listen to music while exercising.