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)
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!
Super proud of our co-worker, Eric Hockman! We stumbled upon this gem in @bikemag . A few of Eric's photos will be featured in Nick Legan's new book: "Gravel Cycling". Way to, @hockdub ! #makeyourescape #gravelcycling ...