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Because settling your bike on your repair stand shouldn't be long, drawn-out affair.

Let's face it, working on your bike is no fun if you're bent at the knees fumbling with it as it rolls along the workbench at home. Why not make life easy, stand erect like nature intended, and get that cable replaced like a seasoned Pro mechanic? The Park Tool PCS-10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand is exactly what you need to secure your bike at a proper working height so your maintenance will be that much easier and quicker.

The PCS-10 Repair Stand has a cam-actuated clamp that has adjustable jaws that can safely accommodate frame tubes from 7/8" to 3". They open along the plane of the bike, so they work great for deep, aero-shaped frame tubes. The clamp head can be rotated to work on your bike at any angle. And to accommodate different sized bikes and different sized mechanics, the Home Mechanic Repair Stand is height adjustable from 39" to 57" at the clamp.

Park's PCS-10 Home Mechanic Repair Stand is stable on any surface with its three-point leg system. And it folds into a tidy 41" package for easy storage when not in use.

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5 5

Get it already!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Save some bucks and work on your own bike at home! Sure, you've gotta splurge a bit to get this thing, but it'll pay for itself just after a few uses. Nothing is worse than when you gotta flip your bike upside down or something (when you don't have a stand) just so you can get the pedals and wheels to spin. Blargh!#@$ With this stand, flippin' your bike will be a thing of the past. Derailleur adjustments, disc brake tweaks, all made so simple with this stand. Like I said, get it already!

5 5

Like it a lot, but....user error :-(

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I purchased this stand after I took a bike maintenance course. During the course, I was amazed at how much easier every task was "on the stand" compared to on the ground. Here are my observations:
1. Heavier than expected, but still manageable.
2. Confusing instructions. Admittedly, I rarely put anything together, but when I saw the instructions, I was intimidated.
3. Despite the confusing instructions, got it together. But I had a few lock washers left over. Oops.
4. It is pretty darn tall when folded up, and now very easy to carry. I think I made a mistake in the clamp where the extender connects, because it slides open all the time when I am carrying it. And the legs keep falling open, too. Okay, so it's not terribly portable, but not meant to be. Hard to store in my vehicle, but that's my storage problem, not the fault of the stand.
5. I have a slightly uneven parking space, and I have to be sure to put the apex of the legs at the high point or my bike swings around and hits me. Lesson learned.
6. It's easy to attach! Although I'm not sure I'm doing it right. Still works.
7. Great range of adjustments in height and angle of bike. Love it.
8. I highly recommend this, and "how to use" tips would be helpful.
9. I hate blue. But see I still rated this five stars! I just wanted to put that out there. Sorry Park Tool. I know it's your trademark color.

5 5

Nice and portable

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

this is more portable than I thought, awesome! Easy to set up and take down. Exactly what a Bike stand should be.

5 5

Works great!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Love this stand. It does everything that i need it to do. Very well made and well designed at an obtainable price for the average guy. I have used it for maintainence mostly. Adjusting my disc brakes, lubing and cleaning my bike and chain. Not sure what I'll do with it next!

5 5

Solid performance to price ratio

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

As a journeyman cyclist and a geardo, the natural progression is to learn to fix what you break. I took a look at the Park Line of stands and found that without any knowledge of what a top bar does, or an appreciation for the intricacies of some minor adjustments in angles, I would be best served by a simple, reliable workhorse. Alas, Park delivered with the PCS-10 Stand. Heavy, durable, and blue. It works great for basic tune ups. Any work on the driventrain, bottom bracket, brake lines can be accomplished with ease. I've also installed a fork and crown with this bad boy.

From the hobby cyclists perspective, this is a must have to same some scratch you can upgrade to the holy grail of cycling gear to shave those precious seconds off your times. Plus, who doesn't enjoy a beer looking back on a do-it-yourself success story?

5 5

Great maintenance and repair stand

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This stand is trivial to assemble, and obvious how to use. It's robust, and strikes a nice balance between heavy enough to be stable, and light enough to move easily when desired. It gives every appearance of a lifetime purchase, both in terms of quality, and functionality.

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The PCS-10 outside my garage

4 5

Love my first bike repair stand

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have the PCS-10 for over 2 years and I have used for repair, bike wash, clean and regular maintenance. It is well build, looks good, hold the bike well if you tighten the clamp after closing the quick release. My only complain is that the button or what you call the silver ball which hold the stand is difficult to press and fold the stand. I can fold the 2 legs easily but to lower the stand is a little challenging for me. Overall, highly recommend this stand and make sure to get the tray too.

Love my first bike repair stand
5 5

Love it!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This is the second one I bought, not because my old one broke or anything, it is still just as good as when I bought after 100s of hours of being used, I just bought this one so that my roommates and I can work on more than one bike at a time. Ridiculous, you say?, Well when its three guys and 15 bikes I say one stand is not enough! Oh and I forgot to and that it folds to like nothing! I bring this everywhere my bikes goes ahahaha

3 5

Simple and easy

Its ability to function from such simplicity is amazing.

5 5


Ordered this because I was tired of not having one. Already used it twice and couldn't be happier. I do wish they would have included the tray. I ordered that and it puts stand over the top.

5 5


Okay ... full disclosure to begin. I didn't buy mine here - I got it as a gift. That said, somebody needs to review this thing and I might as well be the first.

This is an awesome bike stand. It is pretty lightweight - certainly enough so to pack up in your car if you're ever taking a bike trip. It's super easy to stand up to use/fold up to store. Despite being lightweight it is incredibly strong. I can use it for mountain bikes, heavy kids bikes, and my road/cx bikes - all just as well. Just a very, very solid stand for anyone who does their own maintenance at home.

4 5


Stoutly built and easy to handle the bike in and out of. Was quick and simple to put together as well and came with the necessary tools to do so (should you not have that stuff lying around).
The long base legs can kind of get in the way depending on what you're doing but it's definitely not a deal breaker.

5 5


The only thing this stand is lacking is a quicker clamping system. Other than that it is perfect. Its solid, easy to assemble, and also folds up so it could be stored in a closet.

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Mine clamps with a very simple adjustable latch. Once I screw the latch to the right tightness, it's a very simple latch open and close after that, with minimal screwing to adjust. Ruling out the obvious, you are flipping open the clamp, and not screwing it open and closed every time, right?

5 5

Assmble it AFTER you get into the garage

The picture doesn't do this monster justice. This thing is BEEFY and holds up my ridiculously overweight MTN bike like its a feather. The crowning jewel on this sweet repair stand is the no BS clamp that has a nifty quick release mechanism and near infinite adjustability. Just make sure you put some muscle into it when securing the height setup and clamp rotation, or else you may find your bike tilting away from you while you crank down on that pedal wrench. Don't be fooled by the triangular stance. It is completely stable and the stand itself is heavy enough to prevent it from being knocked over by clumsy family members and roommates bumbling around your work space. Don't bother with its supposedly "fold up for storage" feature since the legs require a wrench or socket for mounting and removal. If you're tired of crawling around on your knees and hunching over while working on your bike, this repair stand will make you proud to splurge a bit of hard earned cash on quality hardware.

5 5

My First and Only Stand

This is the first and only bike stand I'll probably ever have. It does exactly what it's supposed to, and nothing else. It was relatively easy to setup, but absolutely easy to use. Lift your bike with one hand, clamp the seatpost with the other, and you're done. It extends high enough to bring my crankset near eye-level, and has never felt unstable in the least. Easily adjustable and totally functional. Get one and become your own mechanic.

4 5

Makes Maintenance Suck Less

Overall a great stand. This is the first work stand I've ever owned and it does a hell of a job. It's got a ton of adjustment, and once you figure out the technique isn't hard to set up or stow away. I like the big honker clamp's adjustability for grabbing different size tubes for different bikes and different work. My only real complaint with it is the finger-chomper push releases on the legs. You have to push real hard to get them to disengage and they inevitably pinch the ends of your fingers when you operate them.

It holds the bike very solidly when deployed and occupies relatively little space when collapsed. Assembly isn't too bad provided you RTFM.

Can you clamp a bike on this thing and...

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Can you clamp a bike on this thing and then turn it so the bike is hanging vertically? I need to find some way to hold my bike in a vertical position *without* screwing a hook in my (useless, studless, old and tired) walls.

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You can't really. It's designed for bike maintenance, which usually needs it horizontal.

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Actually, you can get the bike to hang vertically on it. The clamp is BIG and has a lot of adjustment, along with tension crank that lets you set it at a particular angle. It's not hard to set it up to clamp a tube other than the seat post and hold the bike vertical. The tricky part is balance. You've either gotta have the pivot near the center of gravity of the bike or tighten the crap out of the clamp rotator. I generally alter the tilt of the bike several times while I'm working and the stand does fine. I don't know that I'd trust it vertical for long term storage but for short term messing around (back wheel removal anyone?) you can totally mess around with orientation.

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