Home bike stands

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Rustngrease

Finally riding a big boys bike
Apr 2, 2019
185
38
Tokeland
Hi everyone , new guy here anyways I love the bike community and knowledge that's shared on the cabe. I wanted to start a thread on home made bike stands. I was on the hunt for a vintage stand and decided well I should build my own.
This one I made from parts of a drum set for a handlebar stabilizer, old water valve cover for my tray, 60s columbia bike frame and odds and ends I had around.
Let's see what some of you created.
Cheers

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AndyA

Finally riding a big boys bike
Nov 24, 2017
204
72
bergen county
I've considered buying or constructing a stand, but I'm a little tight on space (you know, bikes, boats, other toys} and I would have to store it when not in use. Since I work mostly in the basement, some screweyes in joists and rope allow hanging bikes in all kinds of positions.
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Boris

Fat tired old rider
Feb 16, 2008
12,861
Portland, OR 97206
Well, I can't say that yours is real purty, but if it works to your satisfaction with a minimum of effort, job well done!
Here's my homemade job by combining an old drill press base with a beat up old tripod bike repair stand and a bit of this and that.
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eeapo

Finally riding a big boys bike
Jan 2, 2015
148
I've considered buying or constructing a stand, but I'm a little tight on space (you know, bikes, boats, other toys} and I would have to store it when not in use. Since I work mostly in the basement, some screweyes in joists and rope allow hanging bikes in all kinds of positions.
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I like it, good space saver.
 
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