High quality free-standing design won’t mark walls or ceiling. Stable three-leg base holds up to 80 lbs. Anodized aluminum column with heavy duty steel arms. Cradle arms can be independently height adjusted to hold all types and sizes of bikes. Soft rubber protects the frame’s finish.
Feedback Sports Velo Cache Storage Stand Specifications:
Height 83” (2108 mm )
Base footprint 23” x 32.5” (580 mm x 830 mm )
Support arm length 10” (250 mm)
Load capacity 80 lbs. / 40 lbs. Per cradle set (18 kg per)
Weight 22.5 lbs. (10.2 kg)
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Rated 3 out of 5 by Anonymous Mixed opinion
I also have the older "ultimate" branded version which is shorter and has cross styled floor supports (4). This is a solid stand and is excellent for mens' bikes but as the other reviewer says it seems to be impossible to get it to hold a ladies' bike. 5* for mens bikes + 1* for Ladies makes this only average and thus a very pricy option which fails to tick all the boxes.
17 September 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous The Best Looking Stand
I have the old ultimate brand version and new made by feedback. Differences are that feedback have cut the tube half and the chamfer is opposite direction, other than that these are identical stands. This is the best there is. Get a stand which your bike deserves. Who made the first review should get 5star keyboard, maybe the caps lock would work better. Of course it could be better, but works for me and don't look sissy like other stands out there.
10 August 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Anonymous WILL NOT HOLD A LADIES BIKE
NOT A GREAT DESIGN WE HAVE TRIED FOR HOURS AND CANNOT GET IT TO HOLD A LADIES BIKE FIRMLY IN POSITION. MYBE WE ARE NOT HOLDING OUR MOUTH CORRECTLY BUT WE CANNOT MAKE IT WORK FOR A LADIES BIKE WITH SLOPING CENTER BARS.
IN THE ADVERTISING BLURB IT SAYS IT WILL WORK WITH SLOPING CENTER BARS. NOT SO!
DIRECTIONS ARE NOT WONDERFULL. YOU DO NOT PROVIDE ENOUGH INFORMATION IN YOUR ADVERTISING SO WE RECEIVED A UNIT WHICH WILL HOLD ONE BIKE ON TOP OF ANOTHER BUT IT ONLY HAS THREE LEGS. THE STAND IS NOT CHEAP SO PLEASE ADVISE HOW WE CAN MAKE THIS WORK FOR A LADIES BIKE.
25 February 2012