The (Pro-Elite) stand, is awesome! I’ve never owned one before but it was honestly on my list of things to purchase this year, as my apartment currently houses a growing collection 5 bikes and doesn’t show signs of slowing. I’ve used several different brand stands at one point or another and they all have seemed a bit clumsy in some way. I got right to setting up and playing with my stand when I got home from the expo and was so pleased. It took about 30 seconds to get it in place, adjusted, and my bike mounted. And it shows no signs of that wobble/tipsy-ness that I’ve encountered in other stands.
It was wonderful meeting some of the the people behind Feedback Sports (at the Bike NY Expo). Having been both a participant and a demonstrator at many expos it’s refreshing to see people who really enjoy what they are doing and stand behind their products. Thank you guys a ton!
Justin B. (Community Outreach Leader ASICS)
I used two Sprint Stands in stereo at the Team USA Para-Cycling at the UCI Defi-Sportif in Montreal, Canada. Thanks for the support and great work stands! They were super easy to travel with.
‘Why do they need to make stages as hard as today?’ - DS Dirk Demol on the brutally hard stage 11 at the Vuelta a España.
Read more about what was arguably the hardest stage in the history of any Grand Tour in the stage 11 report: bit.ly/1FjVVsY
#FreshMeat: Had all kinds of double entendres lined up voor this @feedbacksports Pro-Elite Workstand post, but decided against it. Instead, I'll just mention how much of a beast this thing and its huge, expandable, red shaft is. Capable of handling tubes up to 2.6" in thickness, it strongly clamps down not letting go allowing you concentrate on the task. 360° rotation allows for any position necessary. To finish the job, press the release button and you're done. #bestproductdescriptionever #TheCXOff