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Feedback Sports Ultralight Work Stand

Feedback Sports Ultralight Work StandFeedback Sports Ultralight Work Stand
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About Feedback Sports Ultralight Work Stand

The Feedback Sports Ultralight Workstand is a professional level work stand in an ultra light package for maximum portability.

This heavy-duty portable stand features a quick release clamp head, while the rubber jaws can accomodate up to 4.8cm (1.9″) tubing. Stable on almost any surface, this stand can support 38.6kg (85lbs) and has an adjustable work height from 91.4cm – 148.6cm (35.6″ – 57.7″). And the anodized aluminum tubing won’t rust, so your workstand will keep serving you for longer.


Slide-Lock Clamp rotates 360°

Precision adjustable clamp force

More compact folded size

Ultra light weight: 4.8kg (10.6lbs)

Adjustable height; stable tripod design

Slide-Lock Clamp, with unique torque-amplifying clutch, able to rotate 360°


Weight: 4.8kg (10.6lbs)

Clamp Height 914mm – 1486mm (36″ – 58.5″)

Clamp Opening: 19mm – 48mm (.75″ – 1.9″)

Jaw width: 93mm (3.66″)

Base diameter: 137.2cm (54″)

Folded size: 12.7 x 16.8 x 95.9cm (5″ x 6.6″ x 37.75″)

Load capacity: 38.6kg (85lbs)

Dimensions: 99.7cm x 22.7cm x 15.2cm (39.25" x 9" x 6")

More About The Manufacturer Feedback Sports

Based in Golden, Colorado, Feedback Sports was founded by avid cyclist/racer Doug Hudson in 2004 with his development of the Alpine Digital Scale to weigh bicycles. The scales were successfully distributed through another Colorado company named Ultimate Bike Support, which Feedback Sports acquired in 2008, adding bicycle work stands and storage stands to the Feedback product mix. Their mission is to create products that they believe in, while forging long-lasting relationships with their customers and the cycling community. Their passion for cycling led to an appreciation for high-performing, well-tuned machines and this flows into the products they make. The name 'Feedback Sports' comes from an engineer’s use of feedback loops and cycles to improve and stabilize systems.