Feedback Scorpion 2 Piece Storage Stand

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Description

Are you looking for a bike storage solution that can also double as a small work stand, and also moonlight as a wash station? Look no further than the lightweight Feedback Scorpion 2 piece bike stand! It fits nicely into the hollow of your cranks to elevate your rear wheel, and it dismantles for flat storage.

  • Two-piece design breaks down for enhanced portability.
  • Convenient push-button sleeve lock.
  • Compatible with hollow cranks.
  • Includes 3 crank spacers (13mm, 18mm, 20mm)
  • Elevates rear tire off the ground for unrestricted spinning.
  • Stable race day storage of your bike.

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4.7

Scorpion stand

by

Product arrived ok works fine

Compact, lightweight and sturdy

by

Compact and lightweight stand, I have a fairly small area to store my bikes and the open base allows me to overlap the stands for the bikes with different bottom brackets as well as keep the spacing between the bikes to a minimum.

Solving one of life’s little problems...

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Is this stand a necessity? No way. Could I make do without it? Sure, done so for years. Do I think it’s a brilliant little piece of kit that I’ve already used more than expected? Definitely!

Well constructed and with a number of different sized inserts to handle various crank brands etc, it’s one of those things that just makes life a little easier by solving that old #firstworldproblem of keeping your bike upright when messing around with your drivetrain. No more trying to shift, lift the saddle and spin the cranks all at the same time!

Half a star off because it really is a little pricey and it can be a bit fiddly to slide the cranks back off the stand when your done, other than that top notch!

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Scorpion stand

by

Product arrived ok works fine

Compact, lightweight and sturdy

by

Compact and lightweight stand, I have a fairly small area to store my bikes and the open base allows me to overlap the stands for the bikes with different bottom brackets as well as keep the spacing between the bikes to a minimum.

Solving one of life’s little problems...

by -

Is this stand a necessity? No way. Could I make do without it? Sure, done so for years. Do I think it’s a brilliant little piece of kit that I’ve already used more than expected? Definitely!

Well constructed and with a number of different sized inserts to handle various crank brands etc, it’s one of those things that just makes life a little easier by solving that old #firstworldproblem of keeping your bike upright when messing around with your drivetrain. No more trying to shift, lift the saddle and spin the cranks all at the same time!

Half a star off because it really is a little pricey and it can be a bit fiddly to slide the cranks back off the stand when your done, other than that top notch!

Specifications

ItemBarcode
Feedback Scorpion 2 Piece Storage StandFDBCKSCRPNSTND
Black817966011083
Red817966011090
Turquoise817966011120

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