HOW OUR RACKS WORK
Insert your wheeled device between two U-shaped support members that are not already occupied by another device. Ensure that the U-shaped is positioned between the wheels and your device is slid back as far as it will go toward the base of the rack. Note: Only one skateboard may be placed between each set of U-shaped pipes
Locate the steel rings found on the U-shaped support members (the right and left of your device) and slide them both toward you so they clear the deck of your device, and lock the two rings together using a padlock or combination style lock. Note: the rings can have up to two locks each as other devices are locked to the left or right of your device.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 – Once properly secured your device cannot be slid out of the rack side-to-side because the wheels will hit the U-shaped support members, and the locked together rings prevent your device from being pulled out of the rack. Note: When securing kick scooters place the handles toward the outside of the rack (on the left or right) or between the larger spaces between the U-shaped support members.
A WIN-WIN Solution for Everyone!
MANAGE YOUR MESS & LIABILITY
Whether you’re at a school, campus, shopping center, or even in your own garage, skateboards & scooters are tough to store. Give your students, general public, or family a means to mount their skateboards & scooters. That mess of boards or scooters doesn’t have to be a mess much longer.
Boardloch products are a terrific help in providing a skateboard security system in public, as well as private spaces. This system is the answer to our prayers and we have added Boardloch products to our community center, teen center, and other public locations. It is durable and affordable, and it doesn’t take up too much space!
You have a well made and much needed product! Kids skateboards’ need to be safe when they are in school, at the skatepark, or just going into a restaurant or movie. A lot of places won’t allow the skateboards – so this is a great solution for not only storage, but also for theft. I would also think some homes with a few ‘skaters’ would find them useful.