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Feedback SportsPro Ultralight Bicycle Repair Stand

$260.00

Item # USS0004

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Item # USS0004
Description

Pro Ultralight Bicycle Repair Stand

If you are the pit crew for your team, Feedback Sports makes lugging a heavy work stand around one less thing to worry about. The tubes are 6000-series aluminum that have been shaved in weight by reducing the amount of material used. In fact, the stand weighs a mere 10.6 pounds and is only 37” long when folded. The stand holds up to 85lbs and its tripod-designed legs provide a stable base. To hold your bike, Feedback Sports uses its Slide-Lock clamp with a quarter-turn open/close action, which has 360 degrees of adjustability. The clutch holds the bike securely without crimping the tubing. Its height is adjustable from 42 to 71 inches.

  • A portable reqpair stand with pro-level quality
  • 6000-series aluminum frame is sturdy and durable
  • 10.6lb weight is easy to move into place while at the races
  • Slide-Lock clamp with quarter-turn open/close secures bikes

Tech Specs
Materialanodized aluminum
Clamp Opening19-48 mm
Clamp Height904-1466 mm
Base Diameter1361 mm
Load Capacity65 lb
Folded Dimensions168 x 127 x 937 mm
Recommended Useroad biking, mountain biking
Manufacturer Warranty3 years

What do you think about this product?

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>Rating: 5

10 years of use, still going strong

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I bought this stand in 2011 and I've used it 100+ times on a dozen different bicycles, for anything from cleaning bikes to changing bottom brackets. It still works flawlessly and looks almost new. This is an expensive stand but I can't recommend it enough.

>Rating: 5

best work stand i’ve owned!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

yes, this is the only work stand i’ve owned... but it is also the only one i considered buying because it offers everything i need in a stand. i tried it out at the LBS before purchasing here, and i found three main things that led me to conclude my search immediately after beginning it... (1) this stand is extremely sturdy. nuff said. but i’ll say more. i use it for work on my road bike, which weighs maybe 17lbs, also on my buddy’s fat tire, which weighs about twice as much. makes no difference to this stand, sturdy is as sturdy does. what does that even mean? this stand is a legit workhorse. (2) this stand is versatile, able to hold the bike in multiple positions, which comes in handy when working on bikes w different features, or on different parts of the bike. it does no good to hold the bike by the seat post when you’re installing a new seat post, for example. (3) low profile and light weight, and it looks sharp, which all means the wife doesn’t mind having it in the house. i started tinkering on my bike a few years ago, and the biggest mistake i’ve made was not making this work stand my first purchase, before any tools or components. no more leaning it against a bannister or flipping upside down and hoping for the best. this is the definition of money well spent. go ahead, give yourself permission to make life easier for your mechanic alter ego (we all have one!) hide rard.

>Rating: 5

Gets the Job Done

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I use this stand on a 30+ pound bike and it is still very sturdy. It can hold a bike in any position and not fall over. It's also super easy to travel with. I would recommend this stand for anyone who wants a sturdy stand that you can still travel with.

>Rating: 5

Save your back!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

If you are going to spend any amount of time working on or cleaning your bike this stand is going to save your back. It's easy to use and get your bike in the perfect spot whether you are doing a post-ride clean, or doing some early season maintenance. It holds my mountain bike great and has never had any tip-overs even when I have been cranking down on something. Get your bike up off the ground so you don't have to bend over any more!

>Rating: 5

Stop Dropping Your Bike

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

When I used to work on my bike, I would balance it against something or flip it upside down. After breaking my bell and a few struggling efforts, I finally decided to buy a stand. I'm not spending money on bike shop repairs so I may as well put that money to good use. This stand is excellent, holds all of my bikes and is very sturdy. I take it to races and bike weekends and can do quick repairs and cleaning easy and effective.

>Rating: 5

stand up !

great for working on my bike. I love having it off the ground it makes things so much easier. also folds up super easy so I can take it with me on bike trips.

>Rating: 4

Solid and Portable

Familiarity:
I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

While I haven't had the chance to really put this through the wringer yet, this stand seems like a great addition to the shop. It's portable, solid, and packs down fairly small. Looking forward to see how it performs in the long term!

>Rating: 5

Great Stand for DIY Work

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

As someone that will always try doing something to my bikes myself and then bring it to my mechanic, only after I end up breaking something additional (about 98% of the time), this stand is amazing. It adjusts in all the right angles and heights that I need and want it to. Also, the base is very adjustable too, so uneven grounds are not a major concern. I think my favorite part about the bike stand is how small it folds up. So, my fiancé isn't yelling at me about taking up even more space for gear in the garage, rather than her car . It folds up enough to throw into a corner, or under some shelving and be out of sight, yet it is big enough and heavy duty enough to hold anything from a toddlers bike all the way to a downhill rig for maintenance too. I would definitely recommend this stand for someone trying to do a little DIY work on their bikes!! If you have any questions about this stand or anything other gear, feel free to give me a shout, I'd be glad to assist!

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I know I am replying to a 4 year old post, but I gotta say that Postal Trek is sweet!

>Rating: 5

Go to portable work stand

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

This is a fantastic stand from a great company. In a previous organization, I bought dozens of these that were in use all over the world. I would not have bought any other repair stand. This is great for the casual garage mechanic who needs a stand that will fold up into a corner easily and holds the bike well when in use. If I were working on bikes daily, i would probably go with the Pro Elite's head unit, but for occasional use, this stand is great!

>Rating: 4

Does the job

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Stand arrived with a few cosmetic scratches and a dent on one of the legs. Pros: Folds up small and is lightweight. Very sturdy for a portable stand even with heavy steel frame bikes at various angles. Cons: The plastic slide-lock clamp functionality isn't very smooth and seems to stick a lot - making it a little awkward to clamp the bike in.

>Rating: 4

Only one complaint

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I really like this stand; it is well build, light, folds up easily and small, and allows me to work at a good height. My only complaint is that the jaws barely open enough to get the narrowest portion of my top tube in them. It is squeeze, and squeezing fancy-shcmancy carbon makes me nervous. It makes a great home use and travel stand, but it is very light, so if you are looking for a heavy, more commercial stand that you can jump up and down on, you might want to look elsewhere. I can wholeheartedly recommend this stand, just be aware that some of those wider carbon frames may not fit in the clamps.

>Rating: 5

What took me so long!?

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Perhaps I was trying to relive my childhood by always flipping my bike over to work on it...but I'm an old man now and the ground is so far away! This stand is AMAZING! It holds very tight and stable! I've already used it to replace cable housings, derailleurs, brake pads, etc. I can even hold a bike up at different angles as this stand holds so firm. On top of all that, it folds up to be incredibly small. It will fit nicely under my truck seats for tune ups during racing season/road trips.

>Rating: 5

Awesome Repair Stand!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Sturdy workstand that I expect will hold up for years. Packs down nicely for storage and travel purposes. Versatility of clamping mechanism and height adjust, make it easy to work on any component of a bike. Would not hesitate to buy again!

>Rating: 5

solid workstand!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This workstand is a great buy for the home mechanic, very solid build quality, and easy to use. I love the way it folds down when not in use. I got a great deal on it, and glad that I bought one when it was on sale.

>Rating: 5

Great for shop OR Travel!

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Excellent quality. Comes ready to get to work. I have a Kestrel Airfoil Pro which has an elegant and unusual geometry. Nonetheless, one can mount the bike using either the top tube or the seat post without any need for additional padding. The clamp is lined with rubber; so it holds firmly without any chance of scratching. Using large hand knobs and tube clamps, the work stand is easily adjusted to put the bike just where you need it to work conveniently while standing, or sitting on a work stool. The stand folds compactly and weighs about 11 pounds. Since it is made of aluminum, it has a very high strength to weight ratio. Excellent in every way: stable, good looking, strong, portable. My latest and greatest tool, at a good price!!

>Rating: 5

great stand at great price

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I researched stands before I bought this one. I didn't want to spend too much, nor did I want to buy something I'd be frustrated with or have to replace down the road. I've had the Feedback Ultralight now for a year and it is simply outstanding. I paid $150 for mine. As the name indicates, it is light. I can move it around with little effort - but once it goes to work, it is rock solid. You have the choice of holding your bike by the seatpost or top tube - I prefer the latter - and the clamping mechanism is smooth and 100% steady. There is never any balance issue, nor does my bike ever seen in danger of being damaged. It folds up easily and small enough I can lay it on the floor in the back of my small Hyundai. All the clamps and locks feel silky smooth and are super solid when locked in. But the best thing about this product is the price. As I said, I researched - I looked at five other stands, priced from $89 to over $300. The Feedback Ultralight felt and worked as good or better than the much pricier stands. At first, I was cautious - I thought I had to be missing something. But nope, it's just a great product at a great price. The best moment came when a professional cycling coach with over 25yrs in the sport saw my stand and commented, "Wow, that is a really nice stand." He then proceeded to throw his bike up on it just to use it. After thoroughly servicing his bike he said, "This stand's better than mine and so much lighter." I won't tell you what he owned, but he paid $250 for it.

>Rating: 5

RAD!

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.

>Rating:

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.

>Rating: 5

Great Product

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.

>Rating: 4

Sooo light...

Love this stand. been using a Park Tool forever and this is beyond light and far more portable. Great price as well.