Hanging Bicycle Wall Mount

Prints (1)


I tried to make a bike mount that took up little space, and didn't use too much filament to print or require any assembly. It went through quite a few breaks -  erm, I mean design iterations - before getting to the final product.

The bike in the pictures weighs approximately 16 kg.

Printed on a Wanhao Duplicator i3, with the following settings:

  • Plastic: PLA
  • Infill: 100 % (I suspect it will work at lower percentages, but I wanted to be safe.)
  • Layer height: 3 mm
  • Bed temperature: 65 °C
  • Print temperature: 215 °C

The screw holes print at about 5 mm diameter, so you'll need some screws that will fit in to that, as well as some washers in order not to damage the base. A drill will be required to attach the mount to a wall.

NOTE: You will probably need to rotate the model about 30 to 45 ° in order for it to fit on the print bed. It's just slightly too large, otherwise.

I hope somebody finds this useful!

Special thanks to Hennie for letting me use his 3D Printer,  and Sebastian for lending me bicycles to test it with!

Design Files

File Size

Hanging Mount Full (V2.0).stl
65.2 KB


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