Hornit Clug MTB
Hornit Clug MTB
Hornit Clug MTB
Hornit Clug MTB
Hornit Clug MTB
Hornit Clug MTB
Hornit Clug MTB
Hornit Clug MTB
Hornit Clug MTB
Hornit Clug MTB
Hornit Clug MTB
Hornit Clug MTB
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Hornit Clug MTB

Fits tyres 44mm-57mm (1.75-2.25")

The Hornit CLUG mtb has been designed for mountain bikes with tyres from 44m/1.75" to 57mm / 2.23". It works with your floor to store your bike either vertically or horizontally. CLUG mounts in minutes using the screws and wall plugs provided. The mtb can be fixed on brick wall or stud only.

Does the stated size on your tyre fall between 57-61mm (2.3-2.4”)?

If your tyre indicates it is in this range then it is best to go for the CLUG mtb. Tyre manufacturers almost always exaggerate their MTB tyre sizes whereas we use ACTUAL tyre size. The mtb will be a beautifully snug fit and the mtb XL will be a little loose.

WHAT IS CLUG?

The Eurobike award winning CLUG is the world’s smallest bike rack. Our wall mounted bike storage solution, CLUG, works with your floor to store your bike vertically or horizontally. You won’t believe something so small works so well, but it does. All you do is roll your bike up, and ‘CLUG’ it in. It’s like a hug for your bike! Available in five sizes ranging from 23-81mm, the CLUG mounts in minutes using the screws and wall plugs provided. It really is the simplest and neatest way to store your bike. #CLUGanywhere

How to choose your Clug

We designed the CLUG to be a great fit with just about every bike tyre out there. We sell five versions of the CLUG - one to fit standard road bike tyres between 23 and 32mm (1” - 1.25”) and one to fit hybrid tyres between 33 and 43 mm (1.3” - 1.7”). We also have three different MTB CLUGs to fit big fat mountain bike tyres between 1.8 - 3.2’' (43mm and 81mm).

How to install

It’s super simple! Just follow the instructions inside the box or check out the link below to view the steps online. CLUG fixes in place with two screws (screws and wall plugs are included). You’ll be up and clugging in no time. Click here to view our "Fitting Instructions" in a new window, where you can then print them off.

Does the stated size on your tyre fall between 57-61mm (2.3-2.4”)?

If your tyre indicates it is in this range then it is best to go for the CLUG mtb. Tyre manufacturers almost always exaggerate their MTB tyre sizes whereas we use ACTUAL tyre size. The mtb will be a beautifully snug fit and the mtb XL will be a little loose.

Frequently Asked Questions

CLUG is built to store your bike in two ways. The first way is to store it vertically. The second way is to store it horizontally. To store vertically roll your bike up so it’s on its back wheel. Once it is lined up vertically beneath the CLUG, push the front wheel into the CLUG. You cannot CLUG a bike vertically with the front wheel on the floor because the front wheel will twist and the bike will fall down! To store horizontally roll your rear tyre (backwards) into the CLUG, making sure the bike is perfectly straight. You cannot CLUG a bike horizontally with the front wheel in the CLUG because the front wheel will twist.

The critical measurement is your ACTUAL tyre width. Armed with this measurement pick CLUG with the appropriate range. To make things more complicated than they should be, especially for MTB riders, tyre manufacturers often overstate their tyre sizes. For example, a tyre stated to be 2.4” will often measure 2.2”. If that's the case, please go for the CLUG mtb (rather than the CLUG mtb XL) as you will appreciate the snugger fit. The easiest way to measure tyre width is with callipers.

Unfortunately tape won’t work as it is not strong enough. We do however have a Vacuum Mount launching in Autumn/Winter 2020, which may be able to help if your wall surface is smooth. Keep an eye out on @thehornit Instagram page. We’re hoping to launch it in Autumn/Winter 2020.

No, please note that CLUG cannot hang your bike, it doesn't work that way. CLUG works with your floor to store your bike. That said CLUG has been used by the likes of Schwalbe and Profile Design to store spare wheels neatly and accessibly.

How to measure your tyre

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