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2002 RAD Cycle Products Pro Stand Plus Bicycle Adjustable Repair Stand

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  • HEAVY DUTY - Maximum capacity of 65lbs/30kg due to heavy duty construction.
  • ADJUSTABILITY - Telescoping stand adjusts from 36" to 60", 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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Introducing the all new, RAD Cycle Products Pro Stand Plus Bicycle Repair Stand. This is the one everyone is talking about, but you can only get it here. The Rad Cycle Products Pro Stand Plus holds up to 66 pounds (30kg) effortlessly in its heavy duty "Work Horse" clamps that are engineered not to harm your bike's finish. The "Work Horse" clamps are designed to rotate 360 degrees on two axes, and fits nearly every standard tube frame from 1" to 1.5".

Included is a tool tray to help keep those nuts and bolts where you can find them when it comes time to put them back on. The feet are even pre-drill just in case you want to mount your RAD Cycle Products Pro Bicycle Stand to the floor or work bench permanently, or semi-permanently.

Because the Pro Stand Plus Bicycle Stand is so versatile, you can mount your bike in almost any position and lock it in place with a simple twist of a knob or two. The adjustable handlebar rod stabilizes the front wheel for easier repairs. The Pro Bicycle Repair Stand has everything you are looking for in a repair stand: Durability, ruggedness, versatility, and it all folds up to conveniently store away.

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  • Maximum capacity of 65lbs/30kg.
  • Telescoping stand adjusts from 36" to 60"
  • Heavy duty construction
  • Work Horse clamps fit nearly all standard frames from 1" to 1.5"
  • Clamps hold tight but won't damage your bike's finish
  • Clamps rotate 360 degrees for easy access to every part of your bike
  • Super easy setup and assembly
  • Legs fold for easy storage
  • Hex key included



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Jacob Hamilton
1.0 out of 5 stars Molded plastic grip arm will slip, drop your bike and eventually fails.
10 May 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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1.0 out of 5 stars Molded plastic grip arm will slip, drop your bike and eventually fails.
Reviewed in the United States on 10 May 2020
Like other reviewers, my stand came improperly assembled, with the legs attached backwards, presumably to fit in the box for shipping. Thankfully that was a 5 minute fix.

What you can't fix is the poorly-designed tension adjustment that keeps the grip arm attached to the extension tube (the horizontal/vertical joint at the top of the stand). There's a piece of molded plastic inside the joint (pictured) that's evidently intended to fit into the metal extension tube, but even with my lightweight (15-20lb) aluminum frames, it's not a strong enough joint to support the bike while you work on it (turning the cranks, tightening bolts etc.)

What that means is this $50 stand will repeatedly and without warning dump your $$$ bike onto the concrete floor of your garage before the plastic tube eventually cracks and turns the whole thing into a costly, ungainly paperweight.

Should have bought the real deal from Park Tool. At three times the price it still might have saved me from damage to my forks, cranks and frames. Shame there isn't an affordable alternative for the home mechanic.

The last photo is an example of the kind of damage that results from an aluminum frame falling onto the ground and then tipping over and into this stand. This is irreparable damage to a discontinued frame that's not possible to replace.
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33 people found this helpful
eps105
5.0 out of 5 stars Great value and quality at this price point
15 May 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
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5.0 out of 5 stars Great value and quality at this price point
Reviewed in the United States on 15 May 2019
I read all of the reviews for this bike stand -- and many reviews of competing stands in this very low price point -- and this one seemed to have the best combination of features and adjustability, particularly with the usage of quick release clamps for most adjustments instead of small knobs, as well as the inclusion of the front wheel stabilizer tool.

Upon receipt, I was not disappointed. Unlike some of the other reviews, mine came with the legs properly assembled, and nothing was damaged or missing. All I had to do was install the clamp assembly on the top with the included hex wrench, and install the tool bin clamp.

However, I'm surprised no one else has mentioned in the other reviews that, with the tool bin installed, the folding legs cannot slide closed 100%. This is not a deal-killer for me, as I can still fold the legs about 90% closed, or I can choose to just remove the tool bin.

I bought this to safely hold my carbon bike using the seat tube, which this stand does perfectly. The best way to do this is the release the rotation clamp to allow the bike to find its center of gravity, then tighten it. It results in the bike hanging at a steep angle as shown in my photo, but it's very stable and still easy to work on. Note that, if you do this, there needs to be about 5 inches of seat tube exposed. If your seats is low, the large clamp head will not fit unless you raise your seat. Of course, if I chose to clamp it to my carbon top tube, it would fit and be held level, but clamping a carbon frame is very risky.

I gave this 5 stars in relation to its price point, which is less than 1/3 of what I would have paid to buy a more pro oriented one in a bike store. Yes, this has a lot of plastic parts, but it seems very sturdy and durable, and is perfect for a DIY-er for occasional repairs, maintenance, and cleaning.
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robert shaw
1.0 out of 5 stars BROKE IN LESS THAN 5 MINS 1st USE
26 August 2020 - Published on Amazon.com
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1.0 out of 5 stars BROKE IN LESS THAN 5 MINS 1st USE
Reviewed in the United States on 26 August 2020
I bought this because of its rating but after i mounted my bike up i took a pic of how wonky the clamp looked - i wish i had been taking a video because it immediately fell off because this thing is sucha hunk of junk. Clearly the metal used for this is weaker than a paper clip... please save yourself the money and disappointment these guys are clueless on how to make this product — just look at the photos
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Mike Schaffer
5.0 out of 5 stars Great deal - don't worry about reverse assembly !
22 October 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
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Extraordinary Acoustics (Guitar Shop)
5.0 out of 5 stars Solid as a rock!
24 April 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
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