I purchased this primarily to work on a 50 po
lb ebike on a mildly slanted surface, since it
Is claimed to hold 85 pounds and stable on any surface. It does not hold the bike without placing a stool under the front wheel. The clamp rotates under load as it does not have a
good locking mechanism. The quick release is nice. Disappointing, especially considering the premium price.
I recently purchased the Feedback Pro-Elite repair stand to replace my very old heavy steel Park Tool repair stand. The Pro-Elite is heads and shoulders above my old Park stand. Using the stand I have had no issues with the Pro-Elite being unstable nor locking lever slippage with the weight of my bikes. Some reviews thought the clamp jaw material could be softer but I have found no issues in that regard. The Pro-Elite is very functional, well made, good quality, substantial, easy to use repair stand, and well worth the money spent. Of all the stands I looked at and investigated I feel this stand is one of the best if not the best for the price and hard to beat.
I've owned this stand for some years and it's mostly great except the legs. This design was adapted from public address speaker stands and for that the tripod design is great. Not as great for holding up a bike on a long arm that act as a lever. You got your choice, you can have one leg of the tripod under the bike to make it more stable as you work and constantly trip on it as you move around or have one leg behind the bike and weigh it down so the stand doesn't tip on you when you really need to put effort on a stuck bolt, but this way you don't trip so much. It's a big distraction when trying to concentrate on diagnosing a problem and need to move around the bike a lot or if you're short of time and just need to get the job done.
Don't get me wrong, everything else is great, the clamp, the materials, all well made and sturdy. But if I had the chance I'd trade for one with legs flat on the floor and longer on the bike clamp side. Lastly Feedback has gone a bit cheap since I bought mine, the carry bag used to be included in the price, on the other hand nobody does that anymore.
Easy to set up and store. Great price and value. I havent quite mastered clamping my bike on the stand perfectly. I have to mount it and then adjust the position to level the bike and ensure the pedals have clearance. Its probably my issue more than the stands. Overall, I enjoy using this stand to work on the drive train and wash the bike.
I'm new to the cycling world, so I have no previous experience with work stands, but I found it to be very stable, easy to use and setup. My wife and I have Specialized Diverge and Dolce road bikes with aluminum frames. Will need to store it flat, or propped up in a corner as it's a little top heavy (can fall over when leaning against a wall) I toiled over review after review of various stands on the market, and seriously considered going with less expensive options, but I have zero regrets with this purchase.
I got this to compliment a new work bench in my house. I didnt need a metal base shop stand, but I did need something to accommodate builds and maintenance. This fits that bill. The quick clamp opens fast and wide to easily put aero posts in. The tri fold legs and telescoping post makes this small enough to sit unoticed in the corner of my shop until it's needed. It's light enough that when a bike is mounted, you can pick them up together and relocate as needed.
Love this stand!
Not the most compact... but small enough to take with me when we travel and need to work on, or wash the bikes after a daily ride. Very sturdy, and also easy to set the bike in the jaws. Nothing bad to really say about it.
Definitely a significant improvement over my older (two-leg) foldable stand. Large footprint makes for a stable platform. Potentially could take up a lot of room but the low height for the feet allow the opposite leg to get tucked under something (like a car). Low weight is a definite plus. Build quality is really good and the amount of plastic seems to be kept to a minimum. Probably overkill if you're just maintaining one bike.
It's a great stand, it works well, it's easy to lock the bike in by the seat post. Once locked in you can adjust the angle of the bike, the stand has a height adjustment for the tall or short and the quick release makes it easy to take the bike off the stand.
I didn't even know where to begin on this search. A buddy of mine bought this model so I just went for it. If you are looking for a SOLID, PRO piece of gear, this is it. I could set this stand up in front of my apt and open up shop. Spend the money. This does the job right.
This stand is lightweight, folds easily, required no assembly, and works great! I particularly like the quick release function so you're not holding the bike up while you unscrew the clamp far enough to get clear.
This repair stand is so much better than my blue one it isn't even close (and I love their tools). Quality construction is evident. It is light, attractive, stable, fast to mount and unmount the bike, and collapses into a neat package for storage or transport. The best feature is how quickly it can be set up and taken down, making it practical to use the stand even small tasks like airing up the tires, lubing the chain, and washing the bike-all of which are surprisingly more pleasant without stooping and bending. Every now and then a product comes along that is so superior to the competition that it makes everything else obsolete. This is one of those products.
This stand is everything I was looking for. i have very limited space. I can set it up and take it down in seconds. Well built and should last for a long time. Very adjustable for ease of working on any part of the bike. I have five different bikes and works great with them all.