Portable and compact, the Park Tool PRS-20 Team Race Stand is essential to performing repairs on-the-go, whether you're fine tuning things from a remote trailhead or in the parking lot of a stage start. This Euro-style stand folds to 33 inches for easy traveling within your vehicle's rear hatch or trunk.
Attaching to your bike's front or rear dropouts, the quick-release mounts, bottom bracket saddle, and down tube strap create a stable attachment. The rear axle adjusts from 130 to 135mm, accommodating road bikes and mountain bikes. Please note that this stand works with mountain bikes equipped with 15- and 20-millimeter thru axles, but you'll have to purchase a separate Park Tool Sliding Thru Axle Adaptor (Backcountry item: PAR0266). Moreover, the bottom bracket saddle adjusts from 28 to 38 inches, accommodating most power meter-equipped cranksets.
- Quick-release mounts for front, rear dropouts
- Rear axle adjusts from 130 to 135mm
- Sliding Thru Axle Adaptor for 15, 20mm thru-axles (sold separately)
- Bottom bracket height adjusts from 28 to 38 inches
- 360-degree horizontal rotation
- Folds down to 33 inches
- Item #PAR0031
- Q & A
great stand if you care about your bike
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Installation took about 10 minutes. It's the only way to go if you don't want your aero seat tube or other thin walled carbon tubes clamped and dinged by a careless mechanic. I have a traditional stand for my other bikes but this stand is a necessity for expensive bikes. I don't usually use the included strap unless I'm replacing a bottom bracket. I usually pop it in after a ride to do my chain. If I need to see a bike mechanic (rare) I take the stand with me. It folds up quite neatly but is a little heavy.
well built, shoddy quality control
Received my stand and it was painted in a sloppy manner. There are areas where the blue rustproofing was simply absent.
All the hardware was in the box, so no missing nuts or bolts. This stand really needs to be coupled with a hanging stand, so you can just toss it up and hang from the saddle for the quick fixes. If you know what you can and can't do with this stand, it's not a bad investment.
This thing is heavy duty and about as portable as a stand like this can be. The only reason I didnt give it 5 stars is b/c you have to take off the front wheel to place the bike on the stand, so its a little more difficult to do a quick fix (and you cant really use it to hold your bike in the garage between rides - which is not really a big deal). The assembly is easy - took maybe 10 mins
I actually own another stand, but my brother-in-law has this one. Mine is also a portable stand that has tripod legs. However mine has the traditional clamp that you would clamp on a seat post. When we built my wife's cervelo slc sl, it has an aero seat post which forced me to clamp onto the carbon frame. I was nervous that I was going to put too much pressure on the frame and have it break. The PRS 20 eliminates that problem by not clamping at all. It just sits on the bottom bracket and clamps in on the front fork. No worrying about crushing carbon. Genius.