When it's time to tinker, we recommend securing your bike like a pro mechanic -- that is, by the dropout and bottom bracket. Feedback Sports' Sprint Work Stand makes cleaning your drivetrain, installing new parts, and adjusting derailleurs convenient and, most importantly, safe. With the Sprint Work Stand you'll never need to worry about working around your aero mast or damaging your carbon post because this stand avoids contact with your seatpost. With this type of "Euro-Stand," the bike is held by the bottom bracket and a single-point quick-release mount that fits all sizes of front and rear dropouts and axle diameters up to 15mm. The stand also has 360 degrees of rotation and an adjustable work height of 30 to 48in. The adjustable fork and bottom bracket positions allow you to get into the every nook and cranny of the bike without having to battle the stand. The Sprint Work Stand is also built to handle the elements. The stand is made from lightweight, red-anodized aluminum that won't rust, and the tripod base provides stability on varied surfaces like dirt, gravel, and sloping pavement. Please not that to use this stand with 20mm axles and adaptor is required. This part is sold separately.
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