HOW IT WORKS

Insert the skateboard between any two U-shaped members that are not already occupied by another skateboard. Ensure that the U-shaped members are positioned between the front and rear wheels of the skateboard, and that the skateboard is slid back as far as it will go toward the base of the skateboard rack. nNote: only one skateboard may be placed between each set of U-shaped pipes. title=Step One

Step One

Insert the skateboard between any two U-shaped members that are not already occupied by another skateboard. Ensure that the U-shaped members are positioned between the front and rear wheels of the skateboard, and that the skateboard is slid back as far as it will go toward the base of the skateboard rack. nNote: only one skateboard may be placed between each set of U-shaped pipes.
Locate the steel rings found on the U-shaped members (one above and one below the skateboard), slide them both toward you to the crest of the pipes, and lock the two rings together using a padlock or combination style lock. Note: you may need to share the upper or lower ring with another user if the slot above or below where you intent to secure your skateboard is already occupied. title=Step Two

Step Two

Locate the steel rings found on the U-shaped members (one above and one below the skateboard), slide them both toward you to the crest of the pipes, and lock the two rings together using a padlock or combination style lock. Note: you may need to share the upper or lower ring with another user if the slot above or below where you intent to secure your skateboard is already occupied.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 – Once properly secured the skateboard can not be slid out of the rack side-to-side because the wheels will hit the U-shaped members, and the locked together rings prevent the skateboard from being pulled out of the rack. Note: scooters can be secured by utilizing the very top and bottom slots of the rack. title=Step Three

Step Three

Repeat steps 1 and 2 – Once properly secured the skateboard can not be slid out of the rack side-to-side because the wheels will hit the U-shaped members, and the locked together rings prevent the skateboard from being pulled out of the rack. Note: scooters can be secured by utilizing the very top and bottom slots of the rack.