Ride review: Renntec Moovamoto
This superbly finished stand is really handy. It has four lockable castors that allow you to manoeuvre the bike around easily, even if the rear wheel is removed. It also lets you move the bike to fit it into a small space. It is large, heavy and the most solid rear stand on test – there are not many others you would feel safe sitting on the bike with. It comes with either forks, lifting bobbins, or with under-swingarm cups. If you get it with one set, you can always buy the other. The only downsides are that lining the forks up with the bobbins is a bit fiddly and the first part of the lift isn’t the easiest here. Once rocked onto the wheels it becomes much easier. It works a charm on a tiled floor, but the plastic wheels are a bit tricky on the bike ramp.
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Construction: Steel tube, hammer-finished, plastic lockable rotating wheels
Raises by: 90mm
Ease of use 8/10