Review – Pro Bike Tool Single Bike Floor Stand

Pro Bike Tool Single Bike Floor Stand Review
There are bike racks, and there are bicycle stands. The first is just a bicycle storage solution; the second doubles up to present and display you bike. The Pro Bike Tool Bike Floor Stand (for one bicycle) is a quality example of the latter; safely and securely holding your bike for presentation or storage.

The collapsible bike stand uses an innovative spring-loaded three-point hold of the bicycle's wheel. You roll the front or rear wheel into the self-adapting lower cradle, and the spring-loaded arm locks around the tyre to give a secure three-point upright hold. It is a far better way of storing a bike than leaning it against a wall, and it keeps delicate drivetrain and disc brake components away from potential knocks and drops.

The Pro Bike Tool Bike Floor Stand is compatible with road bikes, cyclocross bikes, mountain bikes, hybrid bikes, and kids' bikes—with any tyre size up to 2.3 inch. It is not recommended for heavy e-bikes though.

The stand is made from heavy duty steel piping, with a high-quality powder coating. The moulded plastic feet avoid floor damage and grip the floor to allow you to easily push the bike into place. The unit also folds down with a simple push-button pivot, to let you easily transport the stand.

This bike stand is a fantastic way to store and hold your bike; with the same superb quality level that I have seen in other Pro Bike Tool reviews.

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Pro Bike Tool Single Bike Floor Stand Review

Pro Bike Tool Single Bike Floor Stand Review

Pro Bike Tool Single Bike Floor Stand Review

Pro Bike Tool Single Bike Floor Stand Review

Pro Bike Tool provided Lifeinthesaddle.cc with a Bike Stand for test and review

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