I really feel fortunate to get to use the diversity of the Feedback work-stands every day. I prefer the Sprint stand for washing the bikes after a race, as we usually remove wheels from the bikes each day for wash in order to make the best selection for the coming day/stage (wheel rim depth, cassette range, etc.]. The Sprint allows me to stand in one place and rotate the bike around to wash from all angles. Once clean, I like the Pro-Elite stand for the tuning/lubing of the bikes, as the quick release clamp is easy and efficient to work with one free hand, and the seat-post clamp permits me full access to the wheels/brakes/cables for tuning and lubing. Light weight, rust-free aluminum just makes for easier packing/unpacking each day, and I am constantly amazed at the daily use/abuse that these stands take and still perform flawlessly. My first choice for working on bikes.
Chris D. (Pro-mechanic for Team Jamis – Hagens Berman)
I recently put Feedback Sports’ tools to the test by wrenching on a plethora of bikes totaling 37 hours over a 6 day period in a local bike shop, fully catering to the Ironman Tri-athletes and shop’s rental fleet. There are only two shops in Kona so you could imagine how busy we were with a lot of the over 2,300 athletes and their support crews coming in for repairs, bike builds and needing to rent bikes. Overall I was very impressed with the durability, effectiveness and even the SHEEN of the kit!!
Bill Sullivan: Neutral Support for Kona IM @Cycle Station
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