Since Chris Brigham of Knife & Saw debuted his smart and simple wood Bike Shelf last year, we've noticed lots of similar styles popping up on Etsy and other handmade sites. Most of them are crafted from a basic wood box with a groove to catch the bike frame and a ledge for additional storage.
- Bike Shelf by Elevate Storage: Hand-crafted from birch and cedar (as opposed to the pricier and prettier walnut and ash of the Knife & Saw version), this wall-mounted wooden shelf sells for $60 and ships from San Antonio, Texas.
- Handmade Bike Shelf by UrbanCityBikeShelves: Made from solid maplewood, cherrywood, or walnut, this shelf sells for $139 and ships from Queens, New York.
- Knife and Saw Bike Shelf: This is the first bike shelf we discovered. Crafted by graphic designer Chris Brigham, the clean-lined design is made from ash or walnut and sells for $270 - $300.
- Cantilver and Press Reclaimed Wood Wall-Mounted Bike Rack: Designed from reclaimed wood, this $85 rack doesn't come with a shelf — instead, it's an exercise in transforming waste material into functional art. Ships out of Vancouver, BC.
- Bike Box by Rydawell: Made in Seattle, this Padauk wood shelf costs $200 and includes two built-in bookends crafted from chain rings.
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• Bike Shelf by Chris Brigham