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James Kingston

I have made a couple of homemade stands, and was never that happy with the result. The usual downfall is that what worked for one bike in terms of clamp location, angle, & size didn't work so well for the others, plus they were annoyingly wobbly. I still pine for a real stand, but these days I just put it on my car trunk carrier. Holds any bike stably. No wobble at all. No trips to Home Depot


I agree with James. The car carrier is a nice simple solution,now if I could only mount it securely in my cluttered up garage.


I'm impressed.

I have a Park clamp mounted to my work bench, and I have to say, this would work just as well.

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