The trike hangs on closet door!

I’m so excited to show the pic below. I took the wheels off (for space purposes) about a few days later after the last post. I have a Razor scooter that is taking up space, and then my kids have kick scooters and there’s even a stroller! I believe I mentioned before that the trike is supposed to fit in small apartments. I know bike racks tend to cost money, and strong supporting walls are necessary. Since this is a DIY/MIY (make it yourself) project, I’m trying to keep the costs as low as possible.

After riding my Razor e300, I noticed I may need to put brakes on the trike. There have been a few times that I had to jump off the scooter to avoid crashing since New Yorkers tend to think they’re the only drivers on the road. Stopping the scooter with my feet (especially with my right foot) has caused my knee to hurt. I was thinking of using feet to stop the trike, but that idea may not work in NY…

Below is the trike hanging from my closet door. I put the Razor Scooter right underneath it. I usually have to slide the Razor scooter out of the way to open the closet door.

The trike hangs from two 3/4 conduits that are attached to corner brackets via self tapping screws. The corner brackets are attached to a piece of wood.

The trike hangs from two 3/4 conduits that are attached to corner brackets via self tapping screws. The corner brackets are attached to a piece of wood.

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