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Feedback Sports Sport Mechanic Bicycle Repair Stand

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    Stand proud.

    Thanks to Feedback Sports, the days of a $20 derailleur adjustment are behind you. Pop your ride up on the Sport Mechanic Bicycle Repair Stand and stand proud while the chain, lube, and limit screws fly. The clamping knob secures your bike to a clutch system that allows for full rotation without readjusting. Despite the Sport Mechanic's max weight of 65lbs, its tripod construction weighs a mere 12.6lbs and folds down easily for low-volume storage or transport. It also stands firm on uneven ground courtesy of the two points of contact from each grippy, rubber foot, so you can stand proud, wrenches in hand, on the road side before an event, at the trail head with an IPA, or in your own less-than level garage.

    • Tripod alloy body supports up to 65lbs
    • Adjustable work height of 42-65in
    • Get out the wrenches and stand proud
    • Item #USS0006

    Tech Specs

    Clamp Opening
    19-48 mm
    Clamp Height
    1067-1659 mm
    Load Capacity
    65 lb
    Folded Dimensions
    168 x 127 x 1120 mm
    Claimed Weight
    5700 g
    Recommended Use
    road biking, mountain biking

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    Not overly impressed

      I don't understand the high praises for this stand. It works OK. The clamp is kind of a pain because of the time it takes to screw down while holding the bike. The mechanism to hold the clamp head extended feels like it was designed with a limited life span. The width of the clamp head is narrow. I bumped my bike while it was mounted by the seat post and the clamp bent it. If I could do it again, I would spend the money and buy a higher model even though I only plan on using it a couple times per year.

      Does the job!

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      Used this stand out of the box for a rebuild of an old 10 speed. Performs perfectly! The quality is just as good as the higher end Feedback stands, just no rachet system to lock the bike in, but no worries.

      Good Stand, Great Price

      • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

      It's lightweight, stable, and holds the bike in place for minor service i.e. tuneups and washing. Also, it folds up easily for storage.

      Initial Impression - Not Impressed

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

      I just bought one of these from my LBS, and I have to say that I'm not incredibly impressed given the high praises that Feedback stands get. When my bike is held in the clamp, rotating the cranks makes the bike kind of "shimmy". I don't feel like the bike is ever going to fall out of the clamp, so that's good, but the whole stand feels like the budget version of something better. The tubes are tightened into place with plastic, there's a bit of play in the jaws of the clamp until they are tightened down, and, like I said before, my bike shakes when I'm trying to turn the pedals. I can't help but feel that if you're spending $150 for a stand, you might just want to spend $30 more and get the Park Tool PCS-10 because the jaws can fit more types of tubing, have replaceable covers, and the whole thing is just beefier.



      So, now that I'm done bashing this stand, I'd like to say that I don't think this is a piece of junk. You're probably much better off getting this than building something yourself or hanging your bike from the ceiling. Do I think this is the last stand I'll ever need? Definitely not, but I do see it lasting me a few years before I can afford something built like a tank.

      Solid Value.

      • Familiarity:I've used it several times

      There's just a lot of bang for your buck here for home mechanics looking for functionality on a budget. Very solid, easy to adjust clamp and holds your ride steady when you get to wrenching. Not a whole lot of bells and whistles, but it does the job admirably.

      Economical Option

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      This is a great stand for the money. If I could have I would have bought the Pro due to the quick clamp, but this option works great for the money. Its always set up in my garage, and travels to all races and bike adventures with me.

      Great stand!

      • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

      I have had this stand for over 2 years or better and put it through the test from light road bikes to heavy downhill mountain bikes. All I have to say is this stand is truly a beast and worth every penny. I can tune and wrench and this thing for the most part will not tip or waver. Do yourself a favor if you are a shadetree bike mech and get this unit. I promise unless they have started using sub par construction you will be happy you bought it!

      Why spend more?

        Sure it isn't the lightest, no it doesn't have the most advanced clamping snaziness. But yeah, it still lives in my living room, set up and ready for work! Plenty of clamping power, good height adjustment, very stable. Even easy to adjust with the bike clamped up which is nice when you need a different angle. Add on an accessory work tray and you are good to go! Packs up relatively small and fits in the trunk no problem. You could spend a lot more, but if you are wrenching your own stuff and not trying to move as many bikes as fast as possible you don't need more than this.

        B E E F Y

          My wife just got me this for my b-day, it just landed on my porch. Super quick turnaround from huck n roll!

          The stand is much higher quality than I expected. The picture doesn't do it justice. It is a solid stand that looks and works great. Very happy!

          Feedback Sports Bike Stand

            Scott Pendleton hit right on the money with this stand. Its solid, holds any kind of bike at any angle, and in any conditions. It packs down relatively small compared to many other bike stands, which makes it ideal for traveling. It does not have the lever clamp mechanism which is my personal favorite, but the screw mechanism works just as well as long as you tighten it down. All in all, a great stand for the price!

            FINALLY!!! NOT JUST MARKETING!

              I am that guy who will pay someone to fix it once, but then has to learn himself (unless it is a "special tool" job). I believe in high quality tools, but am also on a blue collar budget. I picked up this stand on sale and half expected to get plastic and thin metal. What I got was very good quality and a little renewed faith. This stand will work for you if you want Snap-on quality at a Craftsman price.

              Buy it...you won't be disappointed

                Stand was sturdier than I originally thought. I prefer the three-legged tripod stand better than the two-legged Park Tool design. I've worked with both Park Tool and Feedback and I have a Feedback at home now. I was a little concerned about some of the plastic parts, but after receiving the stand, it has metal in all the places needed. I prefer the knob-adjusted rotation of of the clamp arm and the screw-in clamp at the end of the arm that holds the frame. I don't need to be concerned with the clamp arm marring my aluminum-framed road bike, but it also has the strength to hold a steel-framed downhill mountain bike firmly. Shipping was super quick as well. Ordered it on Saturday and it was on my doorstep on Wednesday!

                Buy it...you won't be disappointed

                Solid, Portable Stand

                  For the money, this is a great stand. It's pretty solid and very portable. I say pretty solid because you do have to crank it pretty hard to keep it from rotating, but that's true of all stands at this price point, and once you crank the bolts down it doesn't move. I like the tripod design a little better than the fold-out legs of the Park PCS-9, it is is more versatile, allowing you to put the bike on at any angle. It also compact much more nicely to travel, allowing me to take it to races. It's travelled all over with me for two years now, including being out in the rain at races, and it's still in great shape; it's a very durable piece of equipment.

                  It would be nice if it had a lever clamp instead of the screw mechanism, but to get that you have to go to a higher price point. I like this stand and would buy it again.

                  i have a suspension seat post, will this...

                  i have a suspension seat post, will this work with it? I have an electric e bike that weighs about 64 lbs. is this the right unit to bu?

                  Thanks

                  R.

                  I've had the "Ultimate Bike Support" stand...

                  I've had the "Ultimate Bike Support" stand for 5-6 years and now need some replacement parts. The pair of gripping plates has lost their rubber cover and I don't want to grip aluminum to aluminum. Also the lower twist grip screw is stripped out and I need another one. Does anyone know where I can get these replacement parts?

                  Great work stand that has held up well and I hope to keep using it.

                  Jeff

                  Hi Jeff Mine did the same exact thing after using it for 6 times over 5 years. It does get cold in Vermont, but several others have had this issue. Looks like it is defective parts, but the manufacture is not in business. Cost a lot of money for the few times I got to use it. I did order replacement parts from "Feedback Sports" I hope they work. Good stand, but poor design on the clamps.

                  I am concerned about my carbon frame. The...

                  I am concerned about my carbon frame. The tubes aren't standard round tubes, and they're oversized. Will the clamp on this stand manage to hold it a) without crimping the carbon and b) able to get around the wide tubing and c) tight enough to be secure when tuning and crank-setting?

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                  Concerned, for a good reason man. This workstand is intended for use with round seat posts and round seat tubes. You could compromise the carbon if you overtightened the clamp. But if you are doing real work on a bike like the crank work you mentioned or you have aero bikes you should look into european style stands like the Park Tool Team Race or Topeak PrepStand Race.