There are a lot of screw-in solutions for suspending your bike, but few do justice to your elegantly-designed wheels like this simple-but-apt solution.

Kyle Wilson lays out the tools and plans for this clever creation, which turn out to be mostly the same things and processes you would need to hang any hook or piece of wall art (though you may want to make sure you are drilling into a stuck or otherwise secure section).

Wrap the set of handlebars as desired to keep from scraping up your frame, slot them into a fitted wall flange, level and attach, and voila, a stable set of hangers that spoke out from a single attachment. Whether you want to prominently put your ride up in front of the window is a question only you can answer, but given the light footprint left on the wall, you can always change your mind, too.