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RAD Cycle products Pro Bicycle Adjustable Repair Stand Holds up to 66 Pounds or 30 kg with Ease for Home or Shop Road Pro Stand

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Description

  • ?HEAVY DUTY - Maximum capacity of 66lbs/30kg due to heavy duty construction. Pre-drilled holes in feet for anchoring to surfaces
  • ?ADJUSTABILITY - Telescoping stand adjusts from 41" to 75", and will fit standard frames with 1" to 1.5" tubing
  • ?CONVENIENT - Clamps hold tight but won't damage your bike's finish, rotates 360 degrees for easy access to every part of your bike
  • ?VERSATILITY - Adjustable handlebar rod stabalizes the front wheel, legs fold up for easy storage or transport
  • ?CONVENIENCE - Super easy setup and assembly, hex key included

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Customer Reviews

Good budget rack, huge footprint, couple of minor issuesGood budget bike rack if ..... you can accept that the footprint of this bike is huge with its four legs. If space is an issue go with a different one. It is a very stable base though. The part that attaches to the bike frame or seat tube is non-marring but does grab mountain or road bikes better than Tri bikes etc. but with all bikes there is a bit of swing towards the vertical post if you are really hand cranking /indexing gears My tool shelf came with a cracked hole in it, but that seems to be a shipping thing. It does make bike maintenance easier overall but there are better products out there if you want to spend more. 3For the most part I am happy with this standFor the most part I am happy with this stand. It is well built and works for what I need the clamps are where the problem lies they do not hold as well as they should. I am hoping to find another clamp head that will fit on this stand. I guess I have a bike with an odd top tube the clamp head had to be open as far as it could and the bike put in at a 45 angle and twisted in. I was lucky to screw the clamp down at all. because the angle it was put in the bike was never secure and wiggled all over I could not get the clamp tight. As i tightened the clamp the bike wanted to twist out so i just got it to balance there and was able to do the work needed. It works great for smaller BMX, with standard round top tubes. I also worked on a girls cruiser, this stand does not work well for clamping to the down tube again you can not tighten the clamps enough. with this stand you must find the BALANCE point in order for it to be helpful. As I said before I am hoping to find a better clamp head that can be attached to this base. It is a great base (the only reason this got 4 stars) 4OK buy if your expectations are realisticREAD THIS BEFORE USING.As others have said here, the weak point in this stand is the clamp connectors that lock the stand in place. The description is misleading in suggesting you can lock this stand in any position, as you can with higher priced stands. The problem is that the plastic connectors just are not up to the task of supporting the weight of an average bike in an UNBALANCED position. You will likely never get them tight enough to support an unbalanced bike without breaking them, however, there is what I believe to be a flaw in the assembly process that might result in a better working stand if you tend to it first.Here is what you need to look at: BEFORE YOU USE THE STAND, loosen the bolt that holds the main clamp to its tube and remove the clamp. When you do, you will see there is a notch in the end of the aluminum tube, and inside the clamp there is a tab that is supposed to line up with the notch and go into it. I question whether or not this tab and notch are lined up with each other when the stands are boxed up. I don't know if it will work any better if they are, since I had already damaged mine by using the stand, but it seems obvious that is the way it should be. I drilled a hole where the tab used to be in mine and inserted a screw into it so that it would key into the notch, and it greatly improved the stability of the stand.That being said, this stand will never hold an unbalanced bike without slipping long-term. Higher priced stands use clamps that are metal on metal, or they are geared or keyed to accomplish this. In practice, the rotating clamps on this stand are only good for changing the angle of the clamp to fit the tube you are trying to put it on. You will need to find the balance point of the bike for whatever angle you want it to sit at, and then clamp it down. I doubt you could use this stand to do something like clamp the bike upside-down from the top tube. Just ain't gonna happen.But most of the time you will have the bike straight to work on it anyway, and for that it seems quite stable. The legs are wide and stable, and under normal use I don't see it falling over.One other small annoyance: If you are to believe the instructions, it says to leave at least 3 inches of the top tube exposed on either side of the clamp, or it could become unstable. The problem I have found with this is that if you do it that way, it doesn't always leave you enough room to rotate the pedals without hitting the main bar of the stand, a problem solved on other stands by using an angled main bar. So far I have chosen to ignore this rule, without incident, but we'll see how that goes.I'm giving the stand a 3 out of 5 mostly because the advertising leads you to believe it can do much more than it actually can. I bought it expecting this after reading the reviews, and I think it will do what I want while spending what I was comfortable spending. Make sure you take that into consideration, and consider saving up the extra bucks if you're going to use a stand a lot, or if you need it to do things that defy gravity. 34 years old and works like new.I purchased this four years ago after much research. For the price I figured it would do the job for a couple of years but it has really surprised me. It works great with small and medium bikes but a large unbalanced bike can be a bit of a challenge, but doable. You would have to spend several multiples of this to get something better. It makes maintenance and bike building much easier. If you are a pro and have thousands of dollars in bikes, you may not be happy with it but if you need something that will make maintenance easier on the family bikes and you keep your expectations realistic for the price, you can't beat it. 5Works, but could be betterIt is a shame they did not put a little bit of additional effort into the clamping mechanisms. The rest of the stand is well made and feels very sturdy. The two distinct issues I have with the stand are the clamp to set the rotation of the upper arm and hence, the angle of the bike on the stand and the clamp that holds the bike its self. The rotational clamp is not strong enough to keep the bike in place unless it is balanced. So, if you want to clamp to the seat post or the seat post tube on the frame, the bike is going to tip pretty far forward. This can be problematic, especially on newer mountain bikes with fat tubes that are not always round. The clamp that holds the bike has rubber like covers that are supposed to keep the bike in place. They work pretty well as long as you are clamping a horizontal bar. if you clamp on a vertical bar, the bike is going to slide right down. This even happens with my road bike that weighs in at under 20 lbs. The biggest issue with this flaw is that unless you have brake lines that run through the frame, it can be hard to clamp the bike in so you can freely operate the brakes and gears. I have ordered some self adhesive sticky pads in hopes of making the grip better. Overall, it is sufficient for light home bike maintenance. It is, hands down, better than trying to work without a stand. However, I will keep my eye out for a higher quality stand that will allow me to orient the bike at any angle or position. 3Professional level quality.I'm not sure what the bad reviews are on here unless they changed the design? It clamps, it holds strong, it can even hold by the seat post with all of the weight hanging up front. This bike stand is amazing and very heavy duty. I would recommend it to any one or any shop. Top notch all the way. 5Great bike work stand. Don't know how it could be any better.I bought this to hold my Trek 29er for routine maintenance. It does a great job. Has a small tool tray that I though would be a waste, but now is one of my favorite features. I did have trouble with the rubber end caps slipping off if I didn't get the bike on just right so I used a little superglue and now don't have that problem. I've now used it for a 700 I've been rebuilding as well and it fits both bikes just fine. It's very stable, and has all the necessary adjustments for me. I like that the head rotates and swivels, and there is a bar to lock the handlbar in position. 5As my kids would say...meh.Tough to rate this one. So, first of all it works, and that is most of the battle, but there are some buts.Good1 -- the metal used is very rugged and plentiful.But1 -- its a bit heavy.But2 -- joints are all kinda cheap plasticBIGBUT3 -- the hold down clamp is chincy plastic and for me only worked in the horizontal. Would NOT hold the bike if used in the vertical. Put the clamp in the vertical and tighten the clamp for all its worth and slooooooowly the bike started moving -- and I'm not talking about a Harley here, just a run of the mill beach cruiser, about mid weight wise.But, it does work and it ain't all that pricy so it stays. 3Cheap price = Poor QualityOn paper/online this stand looks great but, it has not been built very well. In particular the clamps, all of them do not hold very well. It is very distracting to have the bike swing, slide, and pivot while trying to repair or perform maintenance on it. The bar that holds the front fork, while it works could have been made better and I'm sure the cheap plasticky straps will fail very soon. I would not recommend this stand. This is my second stand and was about $30 less than the Sette portable repair stand I have been using for around 5 years and I wish I had not fallen for the cheaper with more features advertising and stuck with a good know manufacture. Don't make the same mistake I did, pay some more and get the Sette or Park Tool stands. There really is no substitute for quality. 2Learn to do your own repairs for less than 1 trip to the bike shop!I am new to cycling repair and do not plan to have my bike up every day or week on the stand but i really like the quality. It was simple to set up and feels very sturdy when holding my bike. I have yet to have any concerns about the clip that holds the bike, although others mentioned it being plastic. If feels like very strong plastic or resin.Pros:Sturdy build, incredible for only $53Cons:I REALLY struggled to install the tool holder, it seems like the screws are stripped but it was not easy at all to install. I just left it sitting on the side for now. Maybe i'll call the company and see if im doing something wrong.Also, instructions were lacking. Its not that complicated, but still took me a few extra minutes to make sure i was doing everything right.Overall, this is a great buy and for less than one trip to the bike shop, you can learn to do your own repairs. 5
RAD Cycle products Pro Bicycle Adjustable Repair Stand Holds up to 66 Pounds or 30 kg with Ease for Home or Shop Road Pro Stand

RAD Cycle products Pro Bicycle Adjustable Repair Stand Holds up to 66 Pounds or 30 kg with Ease for Home or Shop Road Pro Stand

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 1,975.00
Sale price
HK$ 1,975.00
Regular price
HK$ 3,264.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 1,289.00)