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Pro Bike Display Stand

Designed to hold the rear wheel axle between the frame and rear wheel for a fast and simple bike parking solution.

Pro Bike Display Stand Features:

  • Durable and rigid design.
  • Fits all bike designs including models with disc brakes.
  • Only suitable for very light maintenance such as lubricating the chain.

Buy Pro Bike Display Stand from Chain Reaction Cycles, the worlds largest online bicycle store.

  • Colour: Black
  • Size: 1 Bike
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 42 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Perfect for 29er not for dh rig 29er it works really well. But with my hope hubs on the dh rig the bike won't fit in the prongs very well 16 April 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 Good build, only for 26 inch wheels or less Isn't really clear on description when I purchased, but only really fits 26inch or below. I have a 650b and 29er and it only just reaches the 650b axle. 09 March 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by does the job Just bought two more after using the original one I purchased because they work good and after a hard year of use look like new. works for the kids BMX and my MTB. Not only good for storage but sturdy enough to perform maintenance. 20 February 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Great but 700c wheels are right on the limit... I was concerned that the stand might not be suitable for my bike reading that is was too short for 29'rs. I read a few reviews that stated that it was OK with 700c wheels (which I have# so I decided to give it a go. With my bike #Boardman MX race# the stand only *just* captures the rear axle. It does hold it, but only just. If the bike is given a push, the bars tend to swing around and the bike would tip. If I angled the bars slightly I was able to achieve a bit more stability - it just looked a bit naff. But ... if the stand is placed on the front wheel, the bike is much more stable. Doesn't look so cool on the front wheel #but that's subjective!). Better and more stable that leaning the bike against a wall. Anyhoo, I have seen elsewhere on the web a version for 29'rs so that might be a better bet for 700c wheels. 31 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product at a great price! How does someone design something so simple that works so well and at a great price! Just ordered a second to use with my wife's bike. Both bikes are 700c wheeled. Well pleased with this product. 28 January 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by Dose not fit all 26" Even tho is says it fits all 26" frames it dose not fit my demo 8 because the frame design there is no gap for it 18 January 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Simple, discrete and effective This stand holds the bike by the axle which eliminates the risk of the rear triangle being scratched by the hooks which hold the frame on more traditional stands. From what I'd read on other reviews this stand is no good for 29 inch wheels as the wheel is too high to be supported. The only other criticism which may have applied to me was someone said the bike didn't feel secure when supported, but thankfully I have not found this to be an issue. It may appear not to be secure but providing it's placed in the groove correctly I can't see it falling out without a hard knock. So thankfully no cons providing you're not buying it to support a 29er. 25 December 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by fits 26ers are 700cc fine Doesn't fit mtb 29ers with tyres. Just not tall enough.. they do make 29er specific one though, so don't make the same mistake as me! 17 December 2013
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Will it fit with my 29" 2.25" tyre ?

Will it fit with my 29" 2.25" tyre ?
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As this stand does not engage with the tyre itself (connects with axle between the hub and dropout) this setup will be fine to use with this stand.
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No limit on tyre diameter, but my 29er doesn't really sit in guides, but more rests against it. Will be fine if you have loads of space, but there are other options out there that fit any size, albeit more expensive.
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Yes bud it will, I have the same tyre and wheel
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