If you're dissatisfied with this item, please contact them, they can offer you a solution. Extra heavy duty and portable. The repair stand is made of aluminum with heavy duty alloy. It is light and compact when folded. It is convenient, durable and well-designed. The bike's weight is either 50 kilo or 120 kilo. HEIGHT ADJUSTED: Quick Release is adjusted from 1m to 1.5m or 39"-59" fully extended. The height, tilt, and angle all have quick release. It's helpful to get the bike in the right position. The head isROTATED: it is smart and rotates at a rate of 350 degrees. The teeth are heavy and well made. It could hold a lot. A bike at any angle. The tool plate is foldable. Attach or remove the tool plate by hand, and it will be easy to set up and store. It isdurable: One of the most reliable and durable bicycle repair stands is available for home or shop uses. They can keep enough parts for any claim in their warehouse, and offer a 5 year warranty on the rack.
👤I like this stand. The heavy duty model is what it is. The fit and smooth operation of all the parts is really good. It is a quality stand and holds my bike. Then I looked at something. The angle of the 2 extension legs is pointed at by the arm which holds the bike. You can see this in my photos if you look at the legs compared to the tool tray and arm. The inner slide tube clamp assembly is positioned on the top of the outer tube. The extension leg mounting holes are in the same tube as the notch. I believe there is a factory tooling defect. Their alignment measures are off. Maybe mine is an exception. Anyone else notice this? Have you noticed this? I will post this in the questions. I'm going to cut the notch wider to fix it. If you're going to make a nice stand, you should get your centers correct.
👤This thing tips quickly. While a bike is on it it is only okay stable, but when put on or taken off it flies backwards. The plastic on the clamp is cheap and likely to break under some pressure. I have a heavy duty model that I am a bike assembler. I will build many bikes a day. There is a The stand has a small tool tray. It is very flimsy and you can't fully tighten the two bolts that hold it onto the stand. The plastic bolts are useless after the first few weeks. I have grown accustomed to the instability of the stand, but it is still a nuisance and tips often. I am careful with the plastic handle of the clamp. I am not changing the stars.
👤The product did not operate as advertised despite the positive reviews. There is a The head can't be rotating when the head is loosened enough. I watched the no-help video to see if I could move the clamp further. After several hours, things loosened up a bit so I can rotate the head, but I can't clear the teeth. There is a The quick release does not work well for the legs. It acts as if it's either loose or tight, but there's no goldilocks here. The unit kept closing on itself because the legs were not secure. Very disappointing. I eventually got it to hold, but it isn't confidence inspiring. There is a There is one missing in my unit that is metal and associated with the rotating aspect, yet the head has what appears to be five screws. There was a random screw in the bag, but there was no thread in the head to determine where it was supposed to go. Again, not confidence inspiring. There is a The seller. I want to know if you will send me a returned unit next time. The box had been opened on one side and retaped on the other side. Even though the tape was on, the unit almost fell out of the box.
It's possible to hold your bike in a stable position with a lever and adjust the height to make sure your waist is comfortable. The intensity of iron tested can afford a max load of 60 pounds. Tools with MAGNET. The big tray has a place for different tools and is more space efficient. There is a front wheel. No knives. The package includes a tighten rod that won't let the front wheel turn when you're working. Sturdy triangle base with rubber feet will hold bikes steady and won't scratch the floor.
👤I was appalled at the poor quality of the stand I got. I used it on three bikes in a row: my gravel bike, my road bike, and my full suspension mountain bike. Steel, aluminum, and carbon fiber are in the same order. None of the tubes are round and no two are the same size. The stand held each securely and was solid overall. I thought it was worse than it was. The adjustments are a bit difficult. The stand works well and is a good value. We'll see.
👤This is not usable because of a mfg defect. The base frame was welded to the clamp rotating assy because the end cut was the wrong one. Cut it to fit in the assy. They welded the wrong end so that you hit the stop at the bottom of the main frame. If you want the bike to go lower into the base frame, you need to be at least 6'5' or even better. I don't think all of these went out that way. My rec was like that. It was easy to return and get my money back. I don't think the seller is to blame.
👤The bike is too heavy to hold without tipping. The main support shaft leans too far forward because the head was welded on at the incorrect angle. Cheap quality. You will be amazed at the quality difference between the Blue and real stand.
👤I need this to perform general maintenance on our bikes. We tool around the neighborhood in good weather. I have to replace my daughter's chain because I'm doing general cleaning. Without a stand, it would be doable. I thought it would be a good idea to invest in a stand since I had to replace her brake cable. I didn't have to use one hand to keep the bike stable when everything was at eye-level. You have to pay attention to assembly, but it was easy. If you put something on wrong, it's easy to fix it. You can tuck the stand into the corner of your garage by folding it up. If you want to reduce its storage footprint, you can take the rotating clamp off. The only thing that was frustrating was the handlebar stabilizer. It's difficult to get the rubber grippers locked into their holes. I'm sure that will get easier as I use it. Definitely not a dealbreaker. There is a The stand is very stable and folds up easily. For the home mechanic. I think it's worth $70.
It isdurable: The bike workstand was tested in their factory and shops for more than two years before being released to the market. One of the most reliable and durable bicycle repair stands is available for home or shop uses. They can keep enough parts for any claim in their warehouse, and offer a 5 year warranty on the rack. The cam-actuated micro-adjustable clamp can be used for seat posts of any shape and material. The jaws fit into tight areas or on short seat posts. The maximum weight capacity is 80 lbs. 36 lbs. The height can be adjusted using a quick-release lever. It is folded down to 45" x 14" (1140mm x 350mm).
👤The plastic clamps seem cheap. The upper arm/post is not tight and causes the bike to twist back and forth in the stand, making it very frustrating to work on my bike. It seems like it's well made, but why would you use the cheap chisel? Why did the engine stand to blow in the car? .... I have to return the package, disassemble it, and then buy a stand that won't wobble. What was the thinking of the park tools?
👤I bought this stand because of the rave reviews I have read on the internet and on Amazon. This stand is good for basic bicycle repairs. The stand is wobbly and unstable around the tripod arms, and it doesn't hold my bike in horizontal position for long. The bike turned almost vertical to the floor when I loosened the seat post last night, but I didn't notice it until this morning. I understand that this repair is geared towards the home mechanic, but don't expect anything close to the quality and stability of their professional mini-clamps. If you have a work bench or the PCS-10.3 is the same price, I think you should get the PRS-4.2.1. The mounts are more stable than the portable stands.
👤I bought the Park Tool PCS 10.3 from Amazon and then shipped it to Pennsylvania. The order was placed in the afternoon of Monday and arrived via the shipping company on Wednesday. It was brand new in its original factory thick cardboard box with clear plastic shipping tape and re-inforced with 4 bands, it was well packed and no damage was done. It was made in Taiwan. I bought a stand to do maintenance on my bike. 50 pounds of bike is on the stand if the 10 pound battery is removed. There is a The kit requires assembly with a bag of parts and all the tools you will need, with good instructions written in perfect English, there is a pictoral for assembly and an additional 7 well written detail assembly steps. I used the 7 assembly steps, went real slow, and had no missing parts or issues. I used to do my own car tune ups when it was possible, and I am no stranger to hand tools. This is as close as you can get to a professional stand for the home mechanic for the price, it is made of steel, heavy, strong, no wobble, thick and rigid plastic like components to aid its folding capability, when unfolded it locks into place, perfect blue powder coating. This stand is strong. You can see the features on Amazon. I bought the Saris bike beam to serve as a horizontal bar for my step in the Ebike for use when transporting it in a Vibrelli hitch mount bike rack. The jaws are positioned under the seat for horizontal balance, and using the Saris bike beam, it is easy to heft the bike into the jaw assembly. It was very secure and there was no wobble. There is a You can't go wrong spending dough on good tools if you spend the extra money on this stand. Happy camper! There is a I added a 10 pound battery but it didn't affect the strength of my Ebike, I hoisted it onto the stand using the Saris bike beam a bunch of times.
You can order now and pay free. They can provide a 5-year warranty on their product. It was made in Taiwan. The most rigid bike-stand connection is created by fork or rear dropout mounts. You can get quick and easy access to any part of your frame on the rotating platform. Adaptable to frame standards. The structural integrity of your frame can be protected with precision mounts. The frame and fork are included. 15x 100mm / 120mm (boost front) is the Thru Axle. Anodized T6 aluminum is incredibly durable. The rubber-coated end caps and stiff tripod base make the work stand stable even on the odd surface.
👤I like this stand. The background of the story. The PCS-9 was a clamp style stand. It was a brick house, solid and heavy, but never seemed tall enough because of how the bike hung on it and it didn't fold down for storage. I like the construction of the FEEDBACK SPORTS SPRINT WORK STAND. If something on it wears out, you can replace it. It can be used with quick release and thru axles. The front and rear mounts can be adjusted for different bikes. You can work on the stand. There is a Storage was a big thing for me. I have a PCS-9 that folds down to less than 3 feet long and about 10 in wide, which is why it sat in the corner of a room. I don't like the idea of having to buy it extra, because it doesn't come with a storage bag. You can get one for under $35. You would think that the stand would be included or at least have the option to buy both at the same time. If you plan on folding it down, I recommend you get the bag, which has a storage pocket for the quick release skewer and thru axle adapters. There is a note on the bag. It's worth $35. There is a This is just nit picking, but this thing is shiny and blinged out. This stand is being used for cleaning and maintenance so I'm not a fan of that. It's like painting an off road vehicle candy apple red and expecting it to stay in pristine condition. I wonder how this shiny red finish will hold up. This is more of a matter of taste for me. Conclusions: It's a great stand, right? It's pretty close. Is it overpriced? Park Tool sells a similar stand for $340, so I wouldn't say no. I don't think any of them are enough to justify the extra cost. The feedback sports sprint work stand is a solid and compact stand that is very functional and may be the last stand you ever have to buy. Don't think and just buy the thing!
👤My fiancée's cyclecross bicycle with quick releases and my road bike with through-axles are both serviced by this stand. To use this bicycle with 12mm through-axles, you need to buy a 12mm adapter. The 15mm supplied part will scratch if there is not enough play in the axle. You have to remove the silver receiver bit to swap between the two. There is a The easiest way to mount a bicycle on a stand is to remove the front wheels from the fork, lift up the rest of the bicycle, and then either attach the dropouts to the QR or threading the thru-axle. I think the Park Tool PRS-22.2 has a better mount. It looks like the sprint stand has nicer clamps, having watched the video on Youtube. With the Blue Team standing, you would have to faff a bit with the tension on the clamps, but with this, the tension doesn't need to be adjusted and it's just a matter of closing it all the way.
The floor-standing bike repair station is made of aluminum alloy to ensure its overall strength. The folding length is 85 cm and the weight is 3.6 kilograms. It's convenient to put it at home. The height of the repair bike stand can be adjusted from 85 cm to 150 cm. The maximum load is 85bls. You can easily access the bike at any angle without moving your feet with the easy rotation of the spin clip. The mechanic stand has a 90 degree fold-out knob that can be folded down to fit into your car or used for storage. The collapsible workstand delivers on every count. The park tool bike repair stand adopts the most stable tripod frame structure to ensure that the bicycle will not roll over under any circumstances, and can provide the balance you expect when using the bicycle maintenance stand. There is a limit-be fore order. The repair stand has a maximum holding capacity of 85 lbs. If you are working on heavier bikes such as mountain bike, commuter bike, fat bike, or e-bike. You have to double check to make sure your bike is in good shape. This portable bicycle stand is a reliable work stand for both traveling to events as well as performing home repairs. It folds into the supplied storage bag when not in use. The West Biking bike repair stand is reliable. Feel free to contact them if you have any questions. All issues will be solved in 24 hours.
👤There are two ways to use the bike stand. See the photos. The mounting arm is supposed to be in line with the tighten knob on the stand to make sure it works. Do not try to use the arm at the right angle. I did it the wrong way and the arm couldn't support the weight of my bike. You will get the most support when the arm is in line with the large knob, because the arm can move in almost any position you want. The stand easily handled the weight of the bike when I rearranged the arm in line with the knob. The bike stand was able to support the weight of the bike. The tripod design has good stability and the bike never felt tippy. I used a bungee cord to hold the handle bar in place.
👤I chose this item because of the manufacturer's weight eating. I started buying and selling bikes that need work and I work on everything from heavy to light road bikes. The stand held the tire bike in the picture well. It does the job well and is solid. The arm is made of aluminum. The internal locking teeth seem to work well, I have not had any issues with it slipping on me. The plastic is heavy duty. The 3 legs don't seem to be long enough to keep it from wobbling when adjusting gears, but that's ok because you don't have to crank the pedal that hard to do so. If you pedal too hard, it can spin around. There is a When I looked at this item, I knew it would have an issue. The hand screw is wheel type. If you hold a heavy bike you have to be able to hold it with one arm for 10 minutes while you tighten it. If you have a fat bike, it can become a problem if you work on road bikes or light mountain bikes. There is a I am very satisfied. I am getting my money's worth at the price I paid for this heavy duty item. Unlike other stands at this price point, I don't think this will have any broken or malfunctioning parts. I would recommend this stand to anyone who is on a budget, anyone working on heavy bicycles, or anyone who is looking to add a second stand to their workspace but doesn't want to spend a ton of money for a quality stand.
It isdurable: The bike workstand was released to the market for a long time. One of the most reliable and durable bicycle repair stands is available for home or shop uses. They can keep enough parts for any claim in their warehouse, and offer a 5 year warranty on the rack. Bike storage is space saving. The Michelangelo 2 bike rack garage uses gravity to secure up to 2 bikes. The assembly was easy. The Michelangelo garage bike rack is easy to install. Assembly Hardware and a wall strap are included. In Minutes. Arms Accommodate Any Bike Size Or Style, Up To 40Lbs. The support arms are repositioned with a simple twist, which makes it easy to adjust. This large capacity vertical bike rack is made of quality steel and holds up to 2 bikes and a total weight of 80 lbs. The rubber feet keep the bike rack in place.
👤I had high hopes for this bike rack. The stand will work perfectly despite the flimsy look, according to all of the reviews. Wrong. I have a small hybrid bike. My boyfriend has a bike. We could not get the bike to hold the bikes in place, which is a reasonable expectation for a small and Medium sized bike. There is a The older reviews seem to have been before the materials were changed. The rack I received had no red details. The grey grip that should hold everything is meaningless. When we put a bike on the rack, the arms that are on the frame start to slide so that both arms are on one side, and the bike slides over and one tire rests on the floor. Adding a second bike on top is a bigger disaster as that bike does the same thing and it rests a tire on the bottom bike, looks hideous, and I might as well have leaned the bikes on the wall. I tried spacing the arms further apart, swapped the bike places, but with the arms sliding wherever they please, it just wasn't working. It's a hassle and a waste of time to return it. I was looking forward to being able to store the bikes indoors, but I'm disappointed. The search is on.
👤It doesn't seem like it should work, but it does and it's amazing! It took a couple minutes to put the stand together. It leans against my wall and takes up very little space. I think it looks cool that I can get my bike up and out of the way. Everyone is surprised when they first see it and they have to touch it to believe it's strong. There is no chance of the stand tipping over because the bike is pulled towards the wall. I think this is a cool, well designed product and would recommend it to anyone looking to free up some space and store their bikes.
👤I don't feel very enthusiastic about this stand. It does the job, but has some design flaws. I'm not sorry I bought it, but I probably wouldn't buy another one. It does get the job done and is cheap compared to other bike stands. It was not easy to install the screws. The two pieces were not aligned correctly. There was no way to get the angle right to screw it in. Since gravity keeps the top piece on its own, I have set it up with a missing screw. It has not collapsed in 2 months. There is a The feet are not very stable. I have it on a hardwood floor, and I have noticed that it slowly slides forward over time. I have had to pull down my bikes, adjust the rack, and replace them twice because it had slipped too far for comfort. I might need to change the shoes for it. If I'd secured the top part to the wall with a screw, I might not have had this problem. There is a The bad news is that it doesn't hold my bikes well. The handles stayed put after I arranged them. The first day was rough, and I had a hard time getting the handle positioning right. Your bike's geometry and weight distribution will affect the relative heights of the handles. Try to angle them as far out as possible. I wish there was an extra piece to keep the front wheels in place, because they can turn and damage the wall. I rigged up a utility hook between the top front wheel and the wall to prevent this, but it's a little awkward. The utility hooks are not made for this purpose and are a bit too short, but they get the job done with a bag hanging off it. There is a It's a decent product. It works, but not fancy. It's cheap.
Isirid: The repair stand is more rigid than portable or foldable. It can handle a lot of bike work, such as removing and installing pedals. The max bike weight limit is 20 kilo or 45 kilo. It isdurable: The bike repair stand is made of metal. The quality of steel construction makes it last a long time. ROTATED HEAD: Smart Design: head rotates at an angle. The teeth are heavy and well made. The wall is approximately 38 cm from the center of the clamp. There are any mounts to a flat surface. Bolts or lag bolts can be used to mount, but the mounting bolts are not included. You can watch the video in the listing. You can order now and pay free. They can provide a 5-year warranty on their product. It was made in Taiwan.
👤I have used this rack about half a dozen times to work on my mountain bike since I got it a month ago. The bike is just under 30 pounds. I like the rack. Feels strong. It's made mostly of metal. It holds my bike steady and it has a lot of adjust ability, as far as where and how you can fit your bike. I don't have anything to complain about. When I arrived, I found out that the rear of the arm doesn't clear the wall when the rack is mounted to the wall. The solution was to loosen the two top levers and remove the tube with the jaws. The jaws tube should be put into the end that was contacting the wall after rotating the tube with the two levers. It works perfect and does not contact the wall.
👤After a horrible experience with a competing orange wall mounted repair stand that I purchased and returned on Amazon, I'm happy with this stand. There is a The stand is very rugged and not like the previous stand, it has almost all metal parts. It's easy to use,adjust, and rotates with the included bike style quick release skewers and handles my not-so-light vintage bicycles with ease and a good stable grip. I was confused when I decided on this, as some of the reviews that complained of having to re-engineer parts of it, or mount a piece of wood base on the wall to space the stand mounting plate out a little further from the wall so that the section of tube that is on I got the stand in hand to look at. The only thing you have to do is remove the tube from the assembly and flip it around and put it in the support sleeve. The shorter end of the tube is pointed toward the wall and the longer end is pointed out. There is no wood spacer beneath the metal mounting plate.
👤The horizontal extension is not symmetric for reviewers that appear to be mechanically challenged. The offset is ok if you are mounting to the wall via a board. If you are mounting directly to a wall surface, you don't have to reverse the T offset, you just have to install a solid piece of blocking between the studs. Attach the bike to it with your brain, it should be very close to the center of gravity, that way you are not placing unreasonable expectations on the mechanisms to resist large torsional forces.
A wide base and low stance for unshakable balance is what stability on any surface is built with. 5 rubber feet that can be adjusted to even out any flooring. Spin In Silence: Smooth, seamless design and noise reduction resistance wheel mean you don't need to increase the volume when you build up the burn. If you use a road bike, the noise will be louder. Train to your standards with a bar-mounted remote and wide range resistance curve. Ready to head outside? You can easily release and remove your ride by hitting the press-down lever. Installation of the front wheel riser block and rear quick release lever can be done quickly. The stand is great for road and mountain bikes with a 26-28" or 700c wheel.
👤This thing has been very difficult. It's loud and shakes the walls in the room I have it set up in. I'm sure there are better options out there, but it's too loud to use as intended. I've tried to make it work for months and it's a huge disappointment that the time has passed. The company saw the review and sent me a new one. The replacement is in good working order. Customer support is great. Buy with confidence.
👤The setup for this bike stand is easy, it is pre-assembled and ready to go, the entire setup to attach the bike took only a few minutes. The unit works as advertised, the quality was better than I expected, and setting up was easy. This unit is easy to set up and affordable for those who want to ride but can't during winter. Resistance can be adjusted with a switch mounted on the handlebars and by going through the bike's gears. To remove the bike, you need to remove the handlebar switch, then move the red handle to release the rear of the bike. I would recommend this unit to others.
👤My wife and I love the trainer, it's easy to setup, it's a good price, and it's a great accessory for the #Suffes Fest App in the IOS. Can not go wrong with this, used along with an app or alone, will do the work, Lets see it in a year after of 4 - 5 hours weekly use.
👤This is a good purchase. I swapped out the dh specific tire for a road tire to reduce the noise and not chew up the tread on a maxxis minion tire, it fits a downhill bike just fine. The setup is excellent and should be used for pre and post surgery.
👤I bought another trainer and couldn't figure out how to set it up. It looked like it wasn't compatible with my bike. I gave up on bike trainers after running out of patience. I find this product. I read reviews that said "set up in 5 minutes" and other good things. If it takes 5, it will take me 20. I thought it was connected with magnets. Silly me. At this point, I don't know what part are magnets. I had trouble hooking up my bike because the directions were not clear for someone who needs everything spelled out clearly. The images were small and not showing what I needed to see. I finally figured it out! I had to replace my release bar for the rear tire with theirs, which they have in the box for you, and it worked. The quick release is so cool. I use my iMac in my front of my bike to watch training videos or scenic routes while I work out. Why do people buy the Peloton when it is just as good for a fraction of the price? I have a phone. I can watch the videos on my iMac, if I use the right software. I would have gone the route of air displaying my bike from phone to Apple TV if the TV was in another room that I didn't want my bike in. This will help you, so the 8 of you in the world. I don't think so. The resistance thing on my handle works well. It doesn't fit on my handle, so I put it around my front gear wire and it stays-ish. I think her knob was installed upside down, because a reviewer said hers was working in the opposite direction. It works great, but mine was just fine. It took me 20 minutes. I love it! I wish I hadn't given up on trainers the first time around, and just got this one after the first one didn't work out. I have an exercise outlet during the winter. No gaining 15 lbs over the holiday. It was quite obvious.
Who would give their right arm for an extra pair of hands? The Powerfly wall mounted bike clamp is a strong arm with a firm grip that holds your bike in a fixed position for as long as you need so you can give both hands to cleaning, calibrating and repairing your bike. Isirid: The repair stand is more rigid than portable or foldable. It can handle a lot of bike work, such as removing and installing pedals. At any angle, the max bike weight limit is 55 lbs. ROTATED HEAD: Smart Design: head rotates at an angle. The teeth are heavy and well made. The wall is close to the center of the clamp. It isdurable: The bike work stand has been in the market for a long time. One of the most reliable and durable bicycle repairs stands is available for home or shop uses. They have enough parts for any claim. There are any mounts to a flat surface. Bolts not included. You can watch the video in the listing. You can order now and pay free. They can provide a 5-year warranty on their product. It was made in Taiwan.
👤The price difference between this unit and the others is the basis for this review. For an occasional user. There is a The overall design is good. The plastic teeth that allow the bike to be pivoted will wear out after repeated use. If the teeth were low grade steel the manufacturer would have similar production costs and the price would not be different. The manufacturer should look into this option. The Eventually the Rounded over spline and subsequent loose head unit will allow the bike to rock up and down when in the clamp. No wheel alignments, etc. There is a Also. You cannot apply too much Torque. There is a lot of twists. There is a In the head unit. You can with this unit. Change the gears, wash the bike, chain clean, and inflate the tires. Also, etc. Do on bike wheel alignments Torque a bottom bracket for removal, and other things, is not possible with this unit. Conclusion This is a value based product offering.
👤I am a mechanical engineer, and always look for quality of construction, and I am impressed with the Bikehand wall mount bike rack. I think it is as good as the Amazon ad. I put it on the outside of my garage door with two long lag screws and washers. I didn't hang on it, but it seems to be able to hold up two hundred pounds of load, so I'm pretty sure it will hold up my bike. I was able to get to anything I wanted to do with the comfortable access the clamps gave me. After using it to clean up, adjust and lube my bike, I removed the rack and screwed the lag screws back into the door jamb so I wouldn't have the black base arm sticking out as a hazard and for appearance, which took about two minutes. Next time I use it, I'll put it back on the wall. If you plan to use it frequently, you would want to mount it somewhere permanently, but this works well for me. I don't think I could buy a bike stand that was more stable and portable than the one I paid for.
👤This thing is perfect for the price. I put mine on the backboard. I added a series of holes to the backboard which allow me to mount it using long bolts and metal brackets to an outdoor 4x6 post on my porch and then bolt it to my automotive engine stand with 4 bolts and wing nuts. I could take it with me to the post office. I can also use a bench vise to hold the plywood piece in place, as I found it works really well. I have a tool that holds it steady. I suppose I could attach it to the base. There is a You can put it on a wall. I like being able to use it in different places. There is a It holds my bikes well and is sturdy. The price point can't be beat, even if you pay less for a regular stand. If you add a couple dollars to the cost of the brackets and bolts, you can use them in a variety of ways.
You can order now and pay free. They can provide a 2 year warranty on their product. It was made in Taiwan. Themounting flange is made of steel and plastic, it is sturdy enough to support your bike. It allows your bike to be held in any position. Space saving You can put it on any post or wall stud. It folds away when not in use. You don't have to get it out of the garage and put it away. Pull it down off the wall, pop it onto it. The wall mounted bike clamp acts like a strong arm with a firm grip, holding your bike in a fixed position for as long as you need so you can give both hands to cleaning, calibrating and repairing your bike.
👤Like the size of the lever.
The package has a kids bike stand. If you have any questions about the installation of their product, please feel free to email them. The stand has four points on the tires, which is better than the other stands which only have one or two points. The bike's front wheel is deeper in the holdder than other bikes, so it stays in the holdder. A dual arm stand is better than a single arm stand. The bicycle holder is light and portable, made of aluminum alloy. Push In is quick and easy. The patented design will hold your bicycle steady. Set-up and fold for compact storage to save space. Protective: The corner has a coating on it to protect it from nicks and scratches. The arm is spring loaded so it is easy to hold the front wheel. Portable and foldable: The stand can be folded into a flat shape with a single pull-nob. When folded, it's an inch x7.16(W)inch. Storage can be carried into the car when going riding or not. Your bikes will not be lying on the ground anymore. The bike mount holds road bike tires from 20 millimeter to 2.4 inch wide and mountain bike tires from 20 to 29 inch wheel size. It's perfect for all bike styles. Kids, track, BMX. Home, garage,office and retail applications are suited for this suit.
👤I needed a stand to hold my bike. I needed it to be lightweight and compact to take with me. I have other stands but none that would work with this bike. It holds my bike very well and is light. It worked with my tires. It wouldn't have worked if it was any wider. It worked well holding my road bike. The stand has an additional narrow slot. I'm very happy!
👤I buy, recondition, and resell bikes a lot. A used-bike buyer wants to see the parts of the bike that are important to them, so they want to take pictures of the whole bike. For a growing family of bikes without kickstands, all the alternatives are visually distractive and don't allow as much access as you would like to take the necessary pictures. There is a When you open the stand from it's compact folded storage condition, you just put the bike on the ground, with the spring- loaded arm holding it upright, and leave full access to every part you need to get to. It makes a photo shoot of a multi-bike one as easy as if the bikes had kickstand. I love it!
👤1. The rack is not strong. A 40 pound bike can't be held up by a 3 pound stand. It feels like a piece of junk. Don't believe that you have to place the front wheel on the stand while holding the rack and the wheel in one hand. The bike will fall over if you touch the stand. Stand needs to be set in concrete or nailed/screwed to a wooden form in order to keep it in place and sliding all over the floor. I wish I would have paid more attention to the negative reviews. I hope to get a couple of dollars for it at the next yard sale. It's a hassle to send a return back and you don't like boxing it up. I love shopping at Amazon but will not do it again.
👤My bike doesn't have a kickstand and I was getting tired of leaning it against my truck when I was ready to ride. Even in high winds, the stand keeps the bike incredibly stable. The legs fold up making it portable. The bolts on the legs were tightened to make them stay open even better when putting the bike in the stand. I use my foot to prevent the stand from moving, then push the tire against the lever arm until the wheel locks in. It is very easy to fold up for storage.
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