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  • Innovative Secure-Lock features ratchet-action closing and push-button release
  • Clamp quickly gets bikes in and out of the stand, has 360° rotation and fits in tight places and on different tube diameters
  • Stiff tripod design offers maximum stability and allows wrenching on flat or uneven surfaces
  • Large rubber footcaps enhance grip on all surfaces and won't fall off
  • Stand holds up to 85 pounds on uneven surfaces like dirt, grass and slopes
  • Easily holds downhill and tandem bikes
  • Completely water submergible, stand resists rust and moisture damage
  • The Feedback Sports Pro Elite bike repair stand folds down to: 5.5 in. x 8 in. x 46 in. and comes with a tote bag for easy transport


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Best Use Cycling
Stand Height 42 - 71 inches
Weight 13 pounds
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 10 years old and still ticking I have the older version of this and it is 10 years old +. It goes everywhere my bike goes. This thing will even hold my 60# tandem (front tire on floor) for tuning. I would not live without it. Don't be cheap and get a park portable or off'll never regret the few extra bucks on this one especially when it is 10 years old and still bomber. Today I ordered a part to fix the clamp release mechanism and it was under 10bucks to get it back to new. (the first time it ever quit working). props to guys at [@] who provided great support on parts and knowledge for the fix. So impressed with it all that I logged on only to write this review.
Date published: 2010-08-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Why didn't I get one of these years ago? Years ago I used to do ALL my own bicycle service, including building wheels. No stand, so a hassle, but as a student my money was very tight. Then I slacked off and have been taking my bikes to local bike shops for service. This stand seemed pricey until I started to think how much I pay for each service visit, plus the time/hassle to make two round trips to the shop (drop off and pick up). This thing is stable, works smoothly, makes working on a bike FAR more convenient, and packs/unpacks quickly so storing it in a closet (I live in a condo) is a breeze. I haven't tried the others but this one is definitely great!
Date published: 2016-09-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this stand! Got this as a gift to replace my old Park PCS-1 stand. The #1 thing I love about this stand (and the reason I wanted to replace my old stand) is the instantly and infinitely adjustable clamp. I can clamp anything from a seat post to oversize tubes to odd shaped tubes without changing the stand. #2 thing is how small and easily it folds up. This stand far more easily goes with me to races / events when my old Park stayed at home in the garage, or required an SUV / truck to bring it with. I have zero negatives for this stand. My brother owns one as well and we both highly recommend!
Date published: 2010-11-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does the job I purchased this stand instead of the park stand because of the price and the quality. This stand screams quality. I am very impressed with how easy this is to use and the quick release features are one of the best features on this stand. Since no one writes about using bike stands for antique bikes; the only thing I was concerned about was if my antique ballooners from the 30's,40's, 50's were able to hold up since they are 65+ pounds. It does the job. I wasn't expecting any stand unless cast iron to hold these old bikes but this stand blew away the park stand. I had no problems with the stand holding up these heavy bikes. This stand does everything I hoped it would do and more. One more thing is to purchase the tool tray. This is a life saver or should I say small parts keeper.
Date published: 2013-01-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Super Just wanted to add to the strong reviews. I recently purchased this stand (Feedback Pro Elite) and love it. I have not used the top of the line portable Park stand, but I do have their premium clamp permanently bolted to a wall in my garage. I do think the Park clamping system is slightly better but this does not diminish enthusiasm for this Feedback. The Feedback clamp is super strong and easy to use. The stand is super stable. I put a fully outfitted Surly LHT (64cm) on the thing and it doesn't wobble one bit. The quality of this stand is professional grade. I'm tough on tools but am very please with this one. Having a portable stand (especially in a bag) is a great asset for home or travel repair. Highly recommend!
Date published: 2013-07-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bomber out of the box Just brought this home and set it up for the first time. I haven't had a chance to put it through it's long-term paces yet but right out of the box this stand seems amazing. Zero assembly required. Stable, high quality components, locking arms secure nicely, easy and smooth moving parts. Within 5 minutes had it unboxed, set up and my bike in it. Also comes with a high quality bag to store or travel with. I had been looking at a repair stand ever since I bought my first serious bike a little over a year ago and honestly, in the first hour I've owned this stand wonder why I waited that long. I can't wait to learn more about keeping my bike clean, tuned, and ready to perform. Way worth the price.
Date published: 2015-07-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Doesn't get any better than this Earlier this spring I purchased both this stand and the Park PRS-25 stand to compare side-by-side. At the time I went with the Park stand, and I stand by nearly everything that I wrote in my review of the stand at the time. However, there is one aspect of the Park stand that I have come to appreciate makes it less than ideal for my needs: the bike cannot rotate relative to the two legs of the stand. I didn't really expect this to be a problem at the time, but it turns out that even on slightly sloped surfaces (such as my driveway) the stand becomes fairly easy to tip over. I could somewhat work around it, but for the price of the Park stand, I just couldn't justify having to compromise. So I returned the PRS-25 stand to REI and am now the proud owner of the Pro Elite. Maybe I should have gone with it in the first place - I had been using an older model repair stand made by the same company for over 10 years now, and I have always been pleased with it. I will say that I love the clamping mechanism on this stand - it is simple and I really cannot imagine improving much on it for my purposes. The design of this stand does allow the bike to be rotated relative to the tripod base, so it is possible to keep a bike balanced on a moderately sloped surface. And for those who care, this stand does fold up smaller than the Park stand, and it does not require the clamp to be removed like the Park stand does.
Date published: 2013-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product..better then expected.. The pictures and description of the product does not describe the quality and sturdy materials used in this stand enough. I was under the impression the stand was made out of somewhat cheap alluminum and the clamp arm apparatus was made out of high density mold injected plastic. After reading the reviews I decided to go ahead and make a gamble with the high cost of this stand. To my surprise and relief the stand was sturdy and well built. The clamp arm is made out of metal except the part the attaches to your bike which is expected. The bottom line is you get what you paid for. Great build, funtionality and quality.
Date published: 2010-10-19
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Is the clamp on the Feedback Sports Pro Elite Bike Repair Stand safe for use on a carbon frame bike with a carbon seat post? How wide is the clamp, i.e. will it hold a flat, wide top frame?

Asked by: RayH
Although Feedback Sports does not recommend using the Pro Elite with carbon bikes, they say it can be done if there are no other options. They also recommend using the seatpost as opposed to the top tube for clamping the bike. It is also important to not over tighten the clamp on the seatpost. The clamp opening is 19 to 66 mm. The jaw width is 3.25 inches.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-04-10
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