A Frame Rear Axle Bike Stand

Discussion in 'Motorized Bicycle Accessories' started by ZipTie, Dec 7, 2016.

  1. ZipTie

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    Is there any commercially made rear axle "A" frame solid rear axle bike stand that can be used for displaying, working on pedaling and allowing pre-starting a motorized bike. The center stands are too wobbly. All the nice solid ones I see are homemade and one offs or really just total junk and hardly hold a bike upright like this one that is worthless in my opinion.
    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Folding-Bic...443079?hash=item4d2f345ec7:g:dZMAAOSwBLlVA23I


    Hoping someone knows a source?
    Zip-
     
  2. Gbrebes

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    Pat, aka sportscarpat on this forum, sells a nice and quality looking rear stand for $185. He has an ad on the side border of this forum. His business is called sportsman flyer.

    Gilbert
     
  3. ZipTie

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    Thanks for the tip, I checked their site but couldn't find it for sale but did find a photo of the bike stand sometime back and it looked nice... So not sure where it is? YET
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  4. Gbrebes

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    I found it listed in the parts section, you have to scroll pretty far down, it's near the bottom of the list.
     
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    Gee I found it...the picture is of a bike on a stand and I was expecting a picture of a stand only.So my brain didn't see it. Thanks again!
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    Sorry 2door I just got a chance to check your thread links. Very cool stand I like the adjustment idea the best. Sockets were brilliant. My nephew welds, maybe I can hire him to copy your cool design. I really want something to be able to start bikes in my garage by pedaling, so sturdy is a must. Thanks for the help and ideas.
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    You're welcome, Zip. I hope it helps and good luck with your project.

    Tom
     

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