This is the assembly stand for quick maintenance. It comes with hinged support brackets that enable the entire bike to tilt forward. Tinkering with the fork and handlebars is easy. The stand comes with an adjustable sliding assembly tray, with raised edge and front-wheel guides to keep the handlebars from flipping over. Plastic parts prevent paint damage to the frame.
Tacx T3000 Folding Cycle Stand Features:
Easy to use.
Store away when not in use.
Included support brackets and sliding assembly tray.
Suitable for all types of bikes.
Buy Tacx T3000 Folding Cycle Stand from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Hypoxic Solid, quality workstand but doesn't support some newer BB standards.
I've just purchased this workstand and I think it's great overall but be sure your bike fits into the BB holder. As a workstation goes it's got a lot going for it: solid, stable, nice touches like the tool holder, folds down flat for easier storage, holds your bike very well (generally) and is great value for money. I had no problems securing down my bikes with a standard BB 24 spindle (a 1980's steel frame Zullo, a Trek 5900 from 2004 and a 2008 Scott Addict R1), unfortunately my latest BMC SLR01, with a BB386 didn't fit into the BB support at all. I'm not sure what other BB standards won't fit into it but I suspect the newer wider platforms are not what Tacx had in mind when designing this stand. If you don't have such a bike, or don't intent getting one, then this is a great stand for you.
16 February 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Отличная штука
Использую в качестве подставки и для обслуживания. Очень качественно сделана, отличное соотношение цена-качество, есть полка для иструмента
20 October 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous Excellent piece of kit
I've had this for several years and found it performs admirably. The bike sits into a cradle for the bottom bracket and is held steady by an adjustable arm which grips on the down tube. The legs are steady and the bike is held sufficiently firmly to allow even the toughest jobs (I've removed cranks whilst the bike is mounted). Solidly constructed and folds flat for storage.
29 September 2012
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