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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Value It came down to a decision between this stand and the Park PCS-10. I went with this stand because it saved me $30. Every time I use it, I'm happy with my decision. The stand is sturdy and a breeze to set up. It came assembled in the box, so you'll avoid having to put it together. The lock knobs offer a secure connection and allow for easy height adjustment and lower leg stability. Securing the bike is accomplished by placing the seatpost between locking jaws on the clamp arm. Instructions expressly recommend using the seatpost as opposed to any frame tubes. If you're looking for a lightweight stand to do minor repairs and tuneups, it's hard to go wrong with this stand.
Date published: 2016-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A lot of stand for the money This is a great bike repair stand, especially for the cost. For the price you would expect the stand to be thin tubing and not very sturdy but its the exact opposite- very burly construction, extremely sturdy and appears very durable. That is also the downside to this stand, as its pretty thick and doesnt get as compact as the more expensive stands. For me its perfect because I only intend on using it at home and could care less how compact/lightweight it is- still fits under the bed or in the trunk though. If your debating between this and the lower end park stands, you will not be disappointed with this one.
Date published: 2011-05-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works great and fits pretty much anythin This stand works great and is a great value, especially when you can find it on sale or use a coupon. I initially bought a bottom bracket support stand (from another store) but it wouldn't work with most of my bikes, either they would rock on the under BB cable guides or it would rub. FWIW most of my bikes are mid-80's - 90's vintage, they may work fine for your bike but this one works great with anything I could think off (with the possible exception of an Allsop Beam bike/no seatpost). The more expensive ones are lighter and the clamps are easier to close one-handed but this stand is a great value for a non-pro user.
Date published: 2007-09-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good buy... I've been a rider for years and have always wanted a repair stand, and finally I got tired of working on my bike upside down on the garage floor. I had looked at some others, and after going into REI and looking at this one, decided to finally take the plunge. I am truly impressed by how sturdy this one is, the clamps hold my mountain bike in place and up high where I need it. I'm 6' and this stand adjusts well to put the bike where I can comfortably work on it. I like that the bike can pivot all the way around. The wide stance of the stand provides good stability when I'm working on my bikes. Easy to use, set up, and fold away. I actually use it to store my bike in the garage, up and out of the way. Excellent product!
Date published: 2016-03-06
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very nice stand for the money Love the versatility of height adjustments, 360 degree rotation and ability to change the clamp angle for seatposts, frame, etc. Is very stable and easy to clamp the bike down. Is a little bulky and heavy for easy traveling but folds down nicely so the travel bag may help with ease of taking it on the road. Have to tighten the spin knob pretty tight to keep the front wheel from moving up and down when really putting force on the bike (this is the clamp that holds the arm in place, not the bike so tightening it down does no harm to the bike). Overall, a great stand.
Date published: 2008-01-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love this stand This is a fine piece of equipment. Reviewers who couldn’t stop their bikes from drooping simply mounted their bikes backwards. Do it the right way, drive train out, and it will hold steady in any position. The mechanism is simple but efficient. The clamp is a breeze to adjust and the clutch holds steady as a rock. You can work at elbow level on every part of a bike.
Date published: 2015-01-16
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Avoid buying this stand. The swivel does not secure properly no matter how tight you get the plastic knob. I have a 24.9 lb. XC dual suspension mountain bike that swings and drops straight to the ground when mounted to the stand with the knob tightened as much as possible without breaking it, and will not stay in a desired position at all. Too bad, because the rest of the stand is of great quality with a sturdy collapsable tripod mount. I returned it to REI for a full refund yesterday with no problem. Looks like I'll have to do a little more research and comparative shopping for a good stand.
Date published: 2013-06-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Is what it is Great for cleaning and adjusting. Not capable of vertical rotation beyond horizontal. If you want/need to rotate vertically, you should buy the Pro Classic or Pro Elite stand.
Date published: 2012-09-30
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Questions & Answers

My bike is a motorized gas bike. Will this work for my bike? If not, is there one that will hold my bike?

Asked by: NarrowRaven
This bike stand has a weight limit of 65 lbs. and holds the bike by the seatpost. Please reference your bike's weight.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-12-22

Will the clamp work with a 2017 Specialized Sirrus Pro Carbon frame?

Asked by: Richard
We do not advised clamping your carbon frame into this stand. It is best to hold your bike in place via the seat post.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-12-22
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