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Feedback SportsSprint Work Stand

$294.99

Item # USS0026

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Sprint Work Stand

While working on carbon bikes, it's a bad idea to finagle them into a traditional work stand. Integrated seatmast? Good luck. Aero seatpost? Keep trying. And while the jury is still out on even clamping carbon fiber, you're better off securing your bike how every pro-team mechanic in the world does -- by the dropout and bottom bracket. Cleaning your drivetrain, installing new parts, and adjusting derailleurs can all be done quickly and safely with the Feedback Sports Sprint Work Stand. Known to some as a 'Euro-stand', this style of work stand avoids contact with your seat post, so you never need to worry about clamping your carbon post to hard or finding a way to work around your aero mast. A great option for home repairs and race support, the Sprint Work Stand is made from lightweight, Red-anodized aluminum that won't rust after a rainy spring or fall on the service course. The bike is held by the bottom bracket and a single-point quick release mount that holds all sizes of front and rear dropouts and axle diameters up to 15mm. The stand has an adjustable work height of 30 to 48in, and it also has 360 degrees of rotation. A major perk is that the adjustable fork and bottom bracket positions guarantee that you aren't fighting the stand to get into the nooks and crannies of the bike. The tripod base provides stability on varied surfaces like dirt, gravel, or sloping pavement. The stand can hold up to 85 lbs and folds down to a 5 x 7.5 x 30in size. The Feedback Sports Sprint Work Stand comes in anodized Red only. Note: To use this stand with 20mm axles an adaptor is required. This part is sold separately.
  • Lightweight, red-anodized aluminum
  • Single-point quick-release mount fits all sizes of front and rear dropout and axle diameters up to 15mm
  • 360 degrees of rotation
  • Adjustable work height of roughly 30 to 48in

Tech Specs
Material[work stand] anodized aluminium
Clamp Height[highest point] 48in, [lowest point] 30in
Base Diameter46in
Load Capacity85lb
Folded Dimensions5 x 7.5 x 30in
Recommended Usebicycle maintenance
Manufacturer Warranty3 years

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>Rating: 5

"Sprint" Platform Repair Stand

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

The Sprint (and tool shelf) is much better conceived than the “platform” (or Euro-Type) repair stand that I had from Park Tool. The Feedback Sports stand reflects a great deal of understanding of the intrinsic challenges that such a device requires. Unlike the one-fits-all fork drop-outs that Park provides, the Sprint comes with a wide range of inserts to accommodate thru-axles (of varying cross sections and length) and varying quick-releases. The support for the bottom bracket is adjustable back and forth to take into account both center-of-gravity and wheel base, as are the fork dropouts. These features make balancing a wide spectrum of bikes well-suited to this stand. As more riders are buying carbon fiber frames, the clamping necessary to support such a bike becomes increasingly problematic: too little pressure and the bike moves too much; too much pressure and you’re looking at an expensive repair—in the best case. Silca sells a Hirondelle bar for $185 (https://silca.cc/products/hirobel-clamp) that will keep your top tube safe, but the bar is multi-faceted and held in place only by rubber straps, which permits the bar to twist, and the bike along with it. The cost of the Hirondelle bar only will finance more than half the cost of the far more useful Sprint stand. There is also an available tool shelf that can be very convenient.

>Rating: 5

What do the pro mechanics use?

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Pro mechanics use tri mounted stands. The versatility is perfect. From a quick clean to a drivetrain overhaul, this stand is adjustable to accommodate any project or repair. Adust the height and work on your bike at eye level. And spin it around with ease. After the first use, I immediately realized I have been wasting my money on clamp style stands. I use it with both my carbon road and carbon mountain bike. Some complaints are strange. If you find it too difficult to remove the front wheel in order to use the stand then you probably don't need any stand. Over time a serious recreational cyclist (or racer) learns there are a few "must-haves'. And this is one of them.

>Rating: 4

Great But Not Perfect

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I’ll be clear up front, I really like this maintenance stand a lot, so let’s start with what I like the most. It is very light, which makes it nice and portable. The three leg design makes it very stable, so there isn’t any risk of tipping regardless the position of your bike. The horizontal bar as well as all mounting hardware can move side to side to ensure your bike is perfectly balanced on the stand, which is especially useful if you have a variety of bikes, or depending on whether the rear wheel is on or off. The height adjustment capability is also really nice, and you’ll be hard pressed to find a part of the bike you want to work on that is hard to get to at a comfortable height unless you’re a very tall person. I also really like the function of the extra cuff, which allows the stand to spin around more freely if the work you’re doing is made easier by rotating the bike rather than walking around it. My complaints about the stand are quite minor, but still worth noting given that the stand is just a shade under $300 dollars. Generally I think the construction is good, but the springs and levers for the quick release are absolute garbage and find myself screwing it into place rather than using the lever. The lever that holds the horizontal working bar in place is also terrible. You need to push up on it for the bolt to get into the slot on the underside, which is a pain. The other area for improvement is that the bike support bar does not lock into place when folded for storage, so you need to be really careful picking it up, or buy the travel bag...which for the price I think should be included. All in all, this is a very good stand and it has been a lifesaver to do home maintenance on my carbon bike, but there are a few things that could be tweaked to make it truly perfect.

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Will this stand work with 12mm thru axles?

"holds all sizes of front and rear dropouts and axle diameters up to 15mm" - sounds like yes.

>Rating: 5

The Only Stand For Your Road Bike

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Having worked on the road as a team mechanic for near a decade before my current job at Competitive Cyclist, I can tell you that this is the best stand for your road bike be it rim or disc brake. With the mounts being fully adaptable, it not only houses such a wide variety of bikes, but makes it significantly more easy to wash and tune them. The platform rotates a full 360 degrees allowing washing to be a breeze, and keeping you from having to dodge a giant post holding the clamp for your seat post. This also comes in handy when overhauling a bottom bracket. The lightweight construction makes this work stand extremely pack-able, and easy to carry to your races. There is a reason I own 4 of this model alone. Feedback stands just work, and they work extremely well. If you have any questions about this product, please reach out to me at ZFoley@CompetitiveCyclist.com and I'm happy to help you compare!

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>Rating:

Can this stand handle a tandem, or would it be unstable with so much of the bike hanging off past the bottom bracket holder? Also, it is easy to change the stand between QR and through-axle forks?

Hi Hal, This stand would be to top heavy with a tandem. It would hang to far off the back end. It is pretty easy to change from QR to Thru-Axle. It is just a couple end caps.

>Rating: 5

Awesome workstand

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This is by far the best workstand I’ve used in all my years. It’s sturdy but at the same time lightweight and looks awesome. Recommended for everyone that wants to repair his own bike without leaving home.

>Rating:

I went to the owners manual but it did not provide the axle diameter. It is a Scott Solace 20 with disc brakes carbon fiber. The Solace is a performance bike. The axle screws out. Is an adapter required?

>Rating: 4

Really nice stand with some caveats

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

I had a Feedback Sports stand that I loved. It was a seatpost clamp stand. It was awesome. Alas, I purchased a new road bike that has disc brakes, a seat-tube mast, and thru axels. The clamp would not work with the mast (it could easily crack if over-torqued), so I sold the old stand and purchased this. As was my old stand, it's a well engineered thing of beauty - as one would expect from Feedback Sports. It's easy to use, strong, and I love the spinning capability. Here is the downside: 1 - It takes longer to set up and break down 2 - Mounting the bike by removing the front tire is a PITA 3 - My thru axle is a 12mm, and I needed to purchase an adapter to fit (another ~$20). For a quick fix or bike wash, nothing beat the old stand. However, as more and more road bikes will have thru axles and disc brakes - it was inevitable.

These days the Sprint ships with a bunch of adapters for mounting the fork dropouts at no additional cost.

>Rating: 5

Treat your carbon lady like a queen

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This is actually my second Feedback Sports work stand. I purchased a Pro Elite several years ago and it continues to serve me well. Working on carbon bikes was getting to be a bit of a chore trying to find a good place to clamp with the Pro Elite stand. I saw one of those gear reviews during the 2016 TdF that featured the Sprint stand and I thought it might be time for a stand to work on the carbon bikes or bikes with odd tube shapes. Sure, pulling a wheel to get the bike in the stand seemed like a nuisance to fix something. It completely eliminates the worry of crushing some carbon piece on your bike. The adjustments on the stand make it super easy to drop any bike in and hold. Most of the time you'll probably be using the front wheel but if there is a need you can easily do the rear wheel also. The spin feature is the real darling of this stand. You can set the height where you want. Move the spin collar into place and lock it down and then release the height clamp and spin the bike to your hearts content. I never realized how many times I was walking around the bike in the stand. This feature alone is the reason to pick up a stand like this. Worry not about a heavy bike that has an odd balance point. You can set where the bike sits over the center tube of the work stand. Also, the optional tool tray fits on this stand quite easily with the included sizing collars.

>Rating: 5

Great Purchase

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

Very good quality of construction. Use is well thought out and straight forward. This stand makes working on as well as washing your bike much easier and enjoyable. Money well spent.

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Hi. Can this stand works for old 90s rigid fork MTB? I have both road bike and rigid fork bike forcommuting. So I am not sure if this stand will fit my need.

Ewo, it will fit it as long as the spacing is 100mm or greater.

>Rating: 4

A great stand...99% of the time.

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

Like the previous posters, I've found the stand to be light, stable, and comfortable to work with. Getting the bottom bracket higher and the ability to spin the bike are some serious bonuses over a traditional stand, and washing the bikes is easier than ever. The adapter for a thru-axle works well when I have to throw a bike with discs on it. The only time I prefer a traditional stand is when I want to do a quick adjustment like adjust a rear dérailleur. Would be nice to just clamp a seat post rather than remove a wheel first. I'm fortunate enough, however, to have both kinds of stands so I use the one I want for the situation. But this one is the one that travels with me.

>Rating: 5

Excellent investment

Familiarity:
I've used it several times

This stand was very easy to setup and even easier to break down. It is very stable and functions great as advertised. I would highly recommend this to anyone looking for a work stand.

>Rating: 5

Thing of beauty

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

This stand works as nicely as it looks. Beautifully made, easy to put up or break down, holds the bike securely and is so much easier to set carbon bike up for routine mx or cleaning compared to/ with a traditional clamp stand. Perhaps doing a full build might not be as convenient on this style stand and maybe Mtb with big thru axle not so great but for everything else it's terrific. Perfect for my bike with aero integrated seat mast. Gorgeous to look at, easy to use. Great purchase.

>Rating: 5

Better than expected

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

The Sprint comes in a surprisingly small box and is surprisingly lightweight. But, make no mistake, it is solid and keeps the bike very stable. I've used with my C-Dale Carbon Synapse 5 105 and my Giant Defy Advanced SL 1, and it holds both nice and steady. I have no problem spinning it and working aggressively on my bikes. Highly recommended.

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Feedback Sports Sprint Repair Stand

By Road Bike Review

>Rating: 5

Great stand for select uses

Familiarity:
I've put it through the wringer

I purchased this repair stand a little over a year ago, and have used it on my own bikes as well as while wrenching at events as a race mechanic. The quality of the stand is excellent, and it has proven to be an excellent stand for TT/Tri Bikes. The fork mount allows you to access internal cable routing with ease. The stand is highly adjustable, allowing you to move and spin the bike as you work on it (great for cleaning/washing bikes). The reason I mentioned select uses is that it is not as great for mountain bikes. Feedback does make a mount for thru axles, but a traditional work stand (with seat post clamp) will be a much better fit for a mountain bike. For road/tt bikes it's great, but for mtb's there are perhaps better options from feedback out there.