Feedback Sports Pro Ultralight Bicycle Repair Stand $179.99
Pack the Feedback Sports Pro Ultralight Bicycle Repair Stand and take your bike shop on the road.
Constantly packing, unpacking, and transporting their tools from race to race, professional race mechanics need equipment that is light, compact, and easy to carry. Designed with these needs in mind, the Feedback Sports Pro-Ultralight Work Stand meets the demands of any on-the-go mechanic.
By cutting a few inches from the red anodized 6000-series aluminum center tubes, the folks at Feedback Sports created a work stand that collapses into a unit weighing only 10.6 pounds and measuring just 37 inches long when folded. But don’t let the weight and portability fool you -- the Pro-Ultralight’s tripod leg design maintains remains stable on flat and uneven surfaces, and it can hold up to 85 pounds.
Easy to set-up and tear-down, the Pro-Ultralight Work Stand features the award-winning classic Slide-Lock clamp. Using a simple quarter-turn open/close action, the Slide-Lock clamp rotates 360° without bike re-adjustment and possesses a unique torque-amplifying clutch that holds the bike securely -- without the risk of crimping lightweight tubing.
With an adjustable work height of 42 to 71 inches, the lightweight and portable Feedback Sports Pro-Ultralight Work Stand is perfect for the garage, the parking lot, or the trailhead. It weighs 10.6 lbs (4.8 kg) and measures 5 x 6.6 x 36.9" when folded for travel or storage.
Reviews & Community
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Super sturdy, light weight and easy to use. The tool tray is the perfect addition. I must use this every day on all different types of bikes, road, DH, CX and it's easily adjusted to fit any shape or material tubing. Wouldn't be without it.
any way to convert the clamp to work with...
any way to convert the clamp to work with a Cervelo S5 seat post?
Not really, but you could rotate it and use the clamp to hold the top tube instead. I have the same issue with my TT bike on this stand but you just have to get creative. I use some foam and cardboard packing to protect the tube and just don't do it up super tight, works fine.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I tend to skip past many 100% and 0% review scores, but every now and then there are products that exceed my skeptic expectations.
I come from a furniture-making background and am accustom to working with heavy duty machinery. Sure, this is not a cast-iron band saw. It wasn't designed to be. However, the cross-section of strength to weight, fit & finish, and price-point is impressive.
Finding an equivalent stand at this price-point may be a tall order.
Love this stand. been using a Park Tool forever and this is beyond light and far more portable. Great price as well.
Upgrade to Pro Elite
This is the best designed bike stand I have ever used. Folds up easy. Sturdy. The clamping mechanism is so much better on the Elite model it is worth the extra money.
I have a Burley tandem that I will need...
I have a Burley tandem that I will need this stand to hold. Will it do or what do you suggest. The bike's about 45 lbs.
I have this stand and put many a friends bikes on it - meaning, instead of my 14# steed, a Target special that probably hits the scales at 50+# ! I would say it will work without hesitation, albeit after you find a good balance/neutral point to clamp it :)
Stashes away nice and compact. Holds my 29lbs mtn bike and saves my back. Worth it if you are planning on biking for a while and like to clean/work on your bike often.
Great stand for the money!
I've had this stand for about six months now and I have zero complaints. High quality, very sturdy, easily adjustable, and the sliding clamp makes locking in the bike a snap. Spend the extra coin for the tool tray. It's definitely worth it.
For just $60 more . . .
You can get the Pro Elite stand with the upgraded clamp. I've been using this clamp since last Christmas, though, and I have to say it does the job just fine. Let's just say, the more you use it, the easier it gets. This is the best $180 bike service stand you can buy, period.
Nice stand but the clamp could be better. Problem is that you have to turn the clamp 10-15 times while holding the bike which can be a pain but allows for you to select the pressure which is a benefit. Would be better with a spinner as is on the back as you could quickly spin the clamp into position. However, the clamp does its job well once you screw it down. Otherwise a very good stand-stable, light, sets up really quickly and easily, well made. The 360 degree rotation is a real nice benefit (you have don't have to move the stand). Overall good stand. Good experience with Real Cyclist also-shipped quick, no packaging problems. Would buy from again.
Feedback Sports Pro Ultralight Repair Stand
This bike stand is very light and folds up into a compact unit for travelling.
The grips holds the bike securely and doesn't damage the paint.
The only gripe is the mechanism to open and close the grips, I like the concept of the slide and lock, but in reality when holding a bike the grips don't always slide very easily, especially when angled to hold the bike by the saddle post.
Awesome Bike Repair Stand
Great repair stand. Very quality construction. Highly recommned.