Common bicycle racks have two problems: they are ugly and awkward. Most racks work by aligning multiple bikes side by side. This causes the bike racks to bulge outwards and crowd the sidewalk at high pedestrian traffic times. One solution is to orient the bicycles front to back. In this full size working prototype, the rear wheel and triangle of each bicycle frame tucks under one loop of the rack allowing users to lock their frame and rear wheel. Lower bicycles can even loop their seats under the tubes to frustrate thieves. Orientating bikes end-to-end also uses the bicycles as a barrier of sorts to discourage j-walking.