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  • What is a VELOLIFT?
    The VELOLIFT is a bicycle holder that helps you to park your bike effortlessly and in a space-saving manner. The electric drive with the associated remote control allows you to bring your bike to the desired height.
  • Who is a VELOLIFT for?
    The VELOLIFT is particularly suitable for bicycle rooms, garages and carports. The VELOLIFT can also be used for covered outdoor parking spaces with a power connection or with a 12V battery supply.
  • What is special about the VELOLIFT?
    VELOLIFT is the modern bicycle parking space, universally applicable for all types of bicycles up to 40 kilograms.
  • How stable and safe is the VELOLIFT?
    The frame of the VELOLIFT is made of aluminium. The drive spindle is designed in such a way that the bike remains self-locking in its position at all times, even in the event of a power failure. The drive only runs while you press the button on the remote control.
  • How do I assemble the VELOLIFT?
    The VELOLIFT weighs only 12 kg and is attached to the wall with four screws. Depending on the substrate, the appropriate dowel should be used for this. Our plug recommendation: Universal Fischer DUOPOWER 10x50 with Related screw: Security screw 7.0 x 69mm Art. No. Fischer-555110
  • What dimensions do I need for my garage?
    The VELOLIFT is suitable from a room height of 2 meters. In principle, there is no upper limit. The front wheel is then hooked in correspondingly higher. The stroke length is 1.4 meters. If you place several VELOLIFT next to each other, you should plan a distance of approx. 0.5 - 0.7 meters.
  • How do I have to connect the VELOLIFT electrically?
    The VELOLIFT comes with a 12V power supply for the wall outlet. If you operate more than one VELOLIFT side by side, you can loop the power and signal supply through one cable. You then do not need to connect the second power supply.
  • Wie lange dauert ein LIFT-Vorgang?
    A LIFT process from end position to end position takes between 25 and 30 seconds, depending on the weight. The speed is coordinated in such a way that the process neither takes too long nor overwhelms the operator.
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