We cyclists love our bike shops and mechanics, and there’s no problem with paying an expert to do an expert job on the more technical stuff. But shelling out $20 or more every time we need a minor adjustment? That adds up fast. It can quickly become worthwhile to do at least some of our own maintenance work at home.
And, while you could technically work on your bike while it’s leaned against a wall or flipped upside down (though we’d urge you not to do this), there’s nothing like a good bike stand to make the work easier. Specifically a bike stand that’s well-made and comes in at a reasonable price — like this sturdy model from Feedback Sports.
You can adjust the height on this particular stand from 42″ to 65″, rotate the mounting clamp to work from any angle and fold the unit down into a slim 12.5-pound package when it’s not in use to transport it or store it away. Best of all, the stand can support bikes that weigh up to 65 pounds. So whether you ride an ultra-light carbon road bike, a downhill mountain bike or a steel-framed fat bike with all the accessories possible, this piece of gear is up to the task.
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