This stand locates into the headstock, which will allow more jobs to be done, like removing forks for example. It’s easy to assemble, well-finished and comes with several pins to fit a range of bikes. Using the right pin is essential, but it does lift the bike easily. It’s not the highest stand here, but it does get the bike up to a useful height. Once it’s on the stand, it’s pretty stable, though there is a bit more movement than on some of the others here. It’s a well-finished product, with plastic wheels that worked well enough on both surfaces.
Construction: Powder-coated stainless steel tube, plastic wheels
Raises by: 35mm
Ease of use 8/10