Peak Racks are available in a variety of sizes from 1 to 8 bike slots and larger racks can be made to order.

Peak Racks can be powder-coated or hot dipped galvanized. All powder coated racks are sand blasted, primed, and color coated. Some color options also receive a clear coat.

For our Commercial/Campus Racks and Racks with Plaques our most common colors are Rust Brown and Forest Green, but you may choose almost any color to satisfy your needs. Our Home Rack stock color is grey, but color options are available. (Color variations may alter price.)

Campus Racks in sizes 3 slot and less can be shipped UPS. Racks with 4 slots or more are shipped common carrier. Larger orders of galvanized Campus Racks are delivered via private truck usually at no extra charge.

Yes, you can specify the configuration of the high and low slots to have what you need at the ends of the rack. Standard odd number slot racks are made with fewer high slots, but can be ordered to have fewer low slots.

Yes, but we recommend placing a spacer under it to help keep debris from collecting at the base. A 1/2 to 3/4 inch galvanized spacer is recommended. E-mail us if you need some for your installation.

Yes, just tell us which slots you want to have locking bars.

You will need a minimum of 12 inches in between racks to keep the proper handlebar spacing. In an extremely tight situation 10 inches would suffice.

We recommend 3/8 inch diameter galvanized spikes 12 inches long. The pilot hole for the spike should be no larger than 5/16 inch diameter and should be drilled at a 10-15 degree angle.

Yes you could, but we would recommend against it. Because it is 20 feet long, it is difficult to handle and transport. We would recommend two 8-bike racks. They can be moved around, stacked, and transported much easier.

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