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The Sprint is a professional level bike work and wash stand for those who prefer the stability of a traditional fork mount.
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Exactly what I was looking for. Sturdy bike stand that folds up small to store away easily under a bed or in a closet corner. Very quick to get set up both initially on delivery and then everytime you time you wish to use it (takes seconds to unfold). Perfect for my multiple bikes and really easily adjustable to fit different size bikes. Especially useful stand if you have a carbon framed bike with uniquely shaped tubes that would make it unsuitable to use other stands that grip on the seat post or top tube (especially oversize tubes and aero designs). Would strongly recommend
The build quality is fantastic. Absolutely rock solid. The stand is very stable when the bike is mounted on the stand. Very versatile when working on the bike. Easy to adjust the height and rotate the bike while on the stand which makes it so easy to clean and work on your bike.
This bikestand is an excellent product. Made of good materials and easy to use. Holds the bike very good and sturdy.
This work stand is solid and compact if your short on space. Great quality.
This is my third work stand, but is by far the best. My first supported a bike by the bottom bracket but was too flimsy for serious use. My second clamps round a seat tube or seat post, (carbon framed bike). That stand does NOT flit a carbon bike high enough for easy gear maintenance, but is good for steel framed bikes. This stand DOES lift the bike high enough for easy gear maintenance, but can also be lowered so that maintenance at bar level is also possible. It is solidly built and is stable in normal use. Could it be knocked over? Of course it can, but it would take the user tripping over a leg, or similar, to do so. All in all, an excellent purchase which I have already used twice.
Excellent stand. Easy to set up and very stable. Avoids any issues with clamping anything carbon!!
Bought this for cleaning and small maintenance work on the bike, and so far feels perfect for that. Very sturdy and stable. Makes it super easy to access various parts of the bike. Also
Best bit of kit that I have bought recently, used to struggle to get a safe and secure fit with other stands but this is so simple to use with easy to adjust clamps. Love the fact that you can spin the bike 360 degrees so easily. Bit more outlay but definitely worth the price. Aldo folds down to a very acceptable size.
This stand is excellent if you are travelling or have a bike which is awkward to clamp on. The finish is superb, the base is very sturdy and attaching the bike is pretty easy (except for clamping at the rear dropouts which can be a little fiddly). The thru-axle compatibility makes it pretty future proof and is a much neater solution than Park's offering. The tubes themselves are strong and light and everything looks very professional. The only drawback in my view is that it's slower than a traditional seatpost -clamp stand for normal bikes however that is a minor issue. It's pricey but it's worth it.