STEVENS POINT, Wis. (BRAIN) — Rudy Rack's new Super Tray is designed to allow dealers to display bikes with the majority of wheel sizes without manual adjustment. The tray is long enough and wide enough to accomodate 29ers; it will also hold narrow road tires securely, and shorter stanchions allow use with bikes with fenders.
The Super Tray allows tiered racking for multiple bike types without having to commit to a specific rack for each size of bike. The design allows for the tray to "self-adjust" as bikes are rolled in.
"Bike racks are meant to make bike sales easier by displaying bikes properly and allowing for versatility," said Tracie Roberson, Rudy Rack's president. "With this new design, the display evolves as the bikes evolve."
The new tray design is now standard on most of Rudy's tiered racking systems.
More information: rudyrack.com/SuperTray.pdf