Feedback Sports Pro Ultralight Repair Stand

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Feedback Sports Pro Ultralight Repair Stand
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Constantly packing, unpacking, and transporting their tools from race to race, professional race mechanics need equipment that is light, compact, and easy to carry. Designed with these needs in mind, the Feedback Sports Pro-Ultralight Work Stand meets the demands of any on-the-go mechanic.

By cutting a few inches from the red anodized 6000-series aluminum center tubes, the folks at Feedback Sports created a work stand that collapses into a unit weighing only 10.6 pounds and measuring just 37 inches long when folded. But don’t let the weight and portability fool you -- the Pro-Ultralight’s tripod leg design maintains remains stable on flat and uneven surfaces, and it can hold up to 85 pounds.

Easy to set-up and tear-down, the Pro-Ultralight Work Stand features the award-winning classic Slide-Lock clamp. Using a simple quarter-turn open/close action, the Slide-Lock clamp rotates 360° without bike re-adjustment and possesses a unique torque-amplifying clutch that holds the bike securely -- without the risk of crimping lightweight tubing.

With an adjustable work height of 42 to 71 inches, the lightweight and portable Feedback Sports Pro-Ultralight Work Stand is perfect for the garage, the parking lot, or the trailhead. It weighs 10.6 lbs (4.8 kg) and measures 5 x 6.6 x 36.9" when folded for travel or storage.


  • Hinged clamp arm folds for convenient transport and storage, so stand fits in tight places

Traction and Grip:

  • Rubber foot caps enhance grip on all surfaces and won't fall off


  • Stand holds up to 65 pounds on uneven surfaces like dirt, grass and slopes
  • Rugged tripod design offers maximum stability and allows wrenching on flat or uneven surfaces
  • Quick-release levers for height adjustment and easy tripod setup
  • Triple anodized extruded 6005-aluminum tubing is extremely durable and very lightweight
  • Non-leverage clamp design won't crimp tube and has 360° rotation
  • Slide-Lock clamp has an internal clutch which quickly opens and closes with quarter-turn action

This extremely lightweight repair stand is built to professional standards yet weighs only 10.5 lbs. for convenient travel and compact storage.

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Feedback Sports Pro Ultralight Repair Stand Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Truly Ultimate Repair Stand

I've used shop quality racks and those are pretty much bulletproof but this one is way sexier and easier to handle. It's a joy to put the bike up after a good ride to clean the crud off or when you have to do a little maintenance.

It can be a little clumsy at times when you're holding your bike and trying to tighten the clamp... but it's not that big of a deal, you deal with the same thing in a shop clamp. You just have to make sure you have your bike balanced when it's on the rack, don't take the back wheel off when you have the bike in a level position, it'll tip forward -- other than those little watchouts, it's an awesome stand.

I'm not sure what the more expensive one will give you. I thought this stand does what it needs to do and as a bonus, breaks down easily and travels well.
TrailBlazin at REI on 04/04/2008

Useful, bit cumbersome/not compact

I needed a better way to clean my bike (than turning it upside down on my patio table). This stand did what I needed.

It is easy to manipulate when needing the bike at different angles (I clap on my top tube as the seat post is not far enough away from the frame). It is very easy to clamp and lock into place.

I bought this version b/c I wanted maximum stability. The 3 legs spread wide & are heavy enough to provide this. I do bring the stand with me when I go on long/multi-day bike trips w/ my car. But I have an Outback. It crosses the entire back from side to side, so it is not compact.

While I mainly point out the shortcomings, it is more to help you understand. I do like this stand a lot, it does what I need and what I wanted.
Mad4Plaid at REI on 05/05/2013

Nice stand but the clamp could be better. Problem is that you have to turn the clamp 10-15 times while holding the bike which can be a pain but allows for you to select the pressure which is a benefit. Would be better with a spinner as is on the back as you could quickly spin the clamp into position. However, the clamp does its job well once you screw it down. Otherwise a very good stand-stable, light, sets up really quickly and easily, well made. The 360 degree rotation is a real nice benefit (you have don't have to move the stand). Overall good stand. Good experience with Real Cyclist also-shipped quick, no packaging problems. Would buy from again.

tho3957052 at on 08/22/2010

Serious Bikers - Must Have!

First, the comments about heavy bikes above are right - but most serious bikes should be in the 20s or 30s, not 50 lbs. I can't imagine heading out to the mountains without this stand in my opens easily, stores easily, has a carry bag, and I've never had a bike fall off or tip over in 12 years of using it. It still looks like new and I use it all the time. This is a great purchase and makes bike repairs much easier - especially cable adjustments and crank / BB repairs or cleaning.
david the extreme at REI on 09/09/2011

Great stand for light singles

Very light and easy to setup. Recommend the bar clamp and tool tray accessories. A quality product. I have a Trek T2000 (41lb) that flexed the ultralight too much so I returned it and got a Ultimate Pro Elite. Much stronger and the new quick clamp would have made it worth it even if just for a single. The wasn't much heavier. I don't expect I'll ever need to purchase another stand. This is by far the best I hae used.
Doug in WI at REI on 05/05/2008

Pretty sweet

I really like my bike stand. Way back in HS I used to repair bikes at a bike shop and this stand give the same advantages at the shop with about one twentieth the weight. The clap mechanism is not as quick as other bike stands I've used but it is pretty easy to figure out. I like now being able to do my own bike maintenance with pleasure because everything is at the proper height--and get this--in my apartment!
gthomaspfc at REI on 06/06/2013

You can get the Pro Elite stand with the upgraded clamp. I've been using this clamp since last Christmas, though, and I have to say it does the job just fine. Let's just say, the more you use it, the easier it gets. This is the best $180 bike service stand you can buy, period.

eri3716210 at on 09/08/2010

So far so good

This is proving to be a very sturdy and solid bike stand. I am using the stand to repair and maintain my mountain bikes. It is pretty easy to set up and it collapses into a really small space when you fold it up. Overall I am happy with this purchase.
outdoorbob at REI on 08/08/2013

sturdy and well built

yeah its a bit pricy but well worth it. The stand is very sturdy and holds the bike still. The best feature is that it folds up really small. I store it in my coat closet and it really doesnt take up much room at all.
ionnetworks at REI on 06/06/2012

pro ultralight is a winner

This product is very easy to use and has proven to be very sturdy. My Specialized is an older mtb and a little heavier than the newer bikes and this stand holds it securely. Got it on sale which made it even a better deal!
fossilizedMtber at REI on 06/06/2013

Negative Reviews:

Bad for heavy bikes

This is NOT meant for heavy bikes. I have an Electra Cruiser with a few things on it, total weight of 50 lbs. And most importantly it flexed due to the weight. It was not very stable. It made terrible creaking sounds. It is not possible to rotate a heavy bike on the stand since the weight of the bike will cause too much friction for it to spin.

The actual act of lifting a heavy bike up and holding it in the stand long enough to tighten the knobs is way more work than just flipping the bike over.

Also it is hard to find a place on the frame of an Electra to actually grip it. Granted that is mostly due to the fact that Electras have very curvy frames and cable routing on all of them, but many bikes would have similar issues.

I would imagine trying to put a tandem or an xtracycle on it would be suicide.

I think this would be great for lightweight bikes, but no way can it handle 50 lbs safely (or effectively) let alone 85 lbs. It would be a good product if it were marked that the limit was a little less than 50 lbs.
Oakwright at REI on 06/06/2011

Poor Quality Clamping.

I bought the Feedback Sports Ultimate Pro Ultralight Repair Stand about a month ago for general servicing of my mountain bikes. The stand is well made, strong, and sturdy, providing a great working platform to work on the bikes.

However, after a month of use, the slide-lock mechanism started exhibiting problems. It was no longer easy to slide the clamp open or closed. Very often it did not open fully and I had to loosen the knob to release the bike, and I end up turning it until the knob comes off before the clamp would slide out (off the threaded rod) so that I could remove the bike. In this state it became increasingly difficult to use because you need two hands to clamp the bike in, leaving nothing to support the bike.

Needless to say, it was returned. REI took it back and I "upgraded" to the Feedback Sports Pro-Elite Stand and have been happy with it since.

BTW, this stand does not come with a tote bag for easy transportation, while the slightly more expensive Elite version came with a nice canvas tote bag.
Shibiwan at REI on 10/10/2012

Neutral Reviews:

Sturdy but clamping isn't easy

I needed just a basic repair stand for cleaning chains and light maintenance work. I bought this stand home since they had it set up in the store and I liked how stable it was.

The stand is very easy to set up but clamping the bike in place was a different story. I found the clamping mech not the easiest to use and you had to try and hold a bike in place while turning the dial to clamp in place. To remove the bike was also the same problem. The clamping mech is strong and holds the bike but it would be nice if it was easier to open and close.

After using it a number of times I decided I didn't like the clamp since it wasn't user friendly and I returned the stand. I picked up the Ultimate Pro Elite stand which has a much better clamping system. The Pro Elite is worth the price difference.
WI Explorer at REI on 03/03/2009

This bike stand is very light and folds up into a compact unit for travelling.
The grips holds the bike securely and doesn't damage the paint.
The only gripe is the mechanism to open and close the grips, I like the concept of the slide and lock, but in reality when holding a bike the grips don't always slide very easily, especially when angled to hold the bike by the saddle post.

the3292381 at on 10/14/2009

Nice stand; not a great clamp

Overall it's a nice stand. The reason I came to today was to see if they sell a replacement clamp. It is that bad. While it does clamp firmly enough it is very awkward to close it while holding a bike.
cycleadventure at REI on 07/07/2011