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Tacx T3075 Cycle Motion Workstand

Cycle team mechanics have worked on the development of the professional Cycle Motion Stand. This extremely stable stand enables heavy-duty work, such as removing the cranks or pedals, to be carried out. The bike can be secured at the front or rear fork. The fork holders are adjustable in height and length, making the stand suitable for ATBs, racing and hybrid bikes with wheel sizes of between 24 and 28 inches. Collapsible for easy storage.

  • Extremely stable
  • Ideal for heavy-duty work
  • Adjustable in height and length
  • Will fit Youth and Adults ATB and Road bikes
  • Collapsible frame

Buy Tacx T3075 Cycle Motion Workstands from Chain Reaction Cycles, the World’s Largest Online Bike Store.

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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 14 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by First class product Fantastic stand; it is solid and will clamp the frame on either the front or rear fork. It is light and makes working on the bike so much easier than before I had a stand. 10 August 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great quality at an affordable price I love this stand, working on the bike is so much easier. Works great with road bikes both old and new. 01 May 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Shortcuts made this product less than perfect The product works well, but the company took one shortcut too many. The BB holder pad is made of smooth rigid plastic. This means the main part of the bike moves around, especially when mounted on the front fork. While this is not a difficult thing to DIY a fix for, it is annoying that they Company decided to save a few cents by not installing rubber pads on the BB holder to start with 09 December 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great for working on the bike!! Use this work stand on a daily basis, the work stand is really durable and great for working on your bike. It's also great for storage with its folding legs. 04 December 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best for the money. I use it professionally. One of the best & very handy for storage. 17 March 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by This work stand indeed is value for money and I shall rate it x5 *****. Simple cleaning to extensive servicing has never been so enjoyable. Assemble the work stand out of the box is pretty simple. Whats more this workstand is foldable for easy storage. The only thing which I am not completely satisfied is that some of the parts such as the fork/frame clamp and tighting switch is make of plastic. I really have doubt on the durability of these plastic stuff. Any way it is sufficient for a simple home mechanic like me. However if you are looking for a workstand for everyday use, then I would suggest that you have a look at parktool which I believe is more heavy duty. 16 October 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best workstand Having an aero bike means I can't use clamp type workstand. No regrets buying it. Having a stable surface is crucial for bike tuning and repair. If there's any cons, that is to remove the front wheel and mount the fork onto the workstand. But think again, this actually prevents the front from moving and does not require any handlebar holder. The folded size will require more space to store compare to tripod type workstand, but it's not much bigger. You might wanna put a small piece non slip mat on the BB support to prevent the bike from moving while rotating the crank. 09 May 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Solid work stand I have had this stand for 3 months and invent reasons to use it. I have had my carbon fibre road bike, by wife's flat bar and by F/S mtb on this and its performed very well. The only thing it doesn't do is rotate the bike, so I have to walk around to do work on the other. Not a big deal as it makes up for it in stability. 08 February 2012
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Does the fact that the bike sits on its bottom bracket (or in my case, it would sit on the BB cable guides below the BB) lead to gear cable rub and hence no ability to accurately index gears whilst on the stand?
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The lower platform on this stand does not engage with the gear cables that are 'bottom routed' and will be fine for the setup you suggest.
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The gear cables run under the BB without any trouble or cable rub, the stand has been designed to suit.
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Not sure what guides you use. Almost all cable guides I know of have the cables recessed into dedicated channels.

The support sits on the sides of the BB, not directly under it and does not interfere with the cable guides.
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Valido para ruedas de 29?

Hola, en el taller nos han entrado nuevas bicicletas de paseo y montaña de 29 y antes de comprar este producto desearía saber si es válido para este modelo de bicicletas.

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El producto es solo compatible con bicis de ruedas hasta 28".
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Yes, it fits 29ners
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Does it work with disc brake bikes?

Will the front fork on my mountain bike with disc brakes fit to this stand?
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Yes a mountain bike can be worked on when using this stand; however the fork will need to have quick release dropouts.
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Yes it does. Your disc brakes are located where the wheel hubs are, and the wheels are positioned away from the stand.

In fact, I find this stand works better than the ones that clamp onto the post as the bike is held in a more study position. The only issue with this stand is that you need to re-position the bike when you switch from working from one end to the other.

I use this for both my road bikes and my hydraulic equipped MTBs
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Is this stand compatible with 15mm thru axle forks/12x142 rear axle ?
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This stand is only compatible with standard Quick Release forks.
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