Feedback Sports Sprint Workstands

5/5 (2 Reviews)
MSRP : $254.99


Product Description

The Feedback Sprint stand is a perfect in home workstand for any cyclist. The Sprint works by supporting the bike by the bottom bracket shell and securing the fork in a locking fork clamp. It's also designed with versatility in mind so Fe...


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User Reviews

Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by MOBikeRacer

Date Reviewed: September 19, 2013

Strengths:    PERFECT stand for any bike especially carbon bikes with oval style seat posts or those with integrated seat ost that you don't want to clamp.

Weaknesses:    The ONLY weakness is that the quick releases that are used to loosen and tighten different sections of the stand can be a little touchy to adjust but thats really a very minor then if you ask me. The quality of the stand over-shadows that.

Bottom Line:   
Great stand for building up a new frame. Great stand to do all your maintenance like lubing chain, etc. AWESOME stand for washing your bike on. The stand washes clean with little effort. It folds and stores very easily and is pretty light weight.

If you don't like clamping your carbon frame or carbon seat post bike in a conventional style stand then this if what you need!


Overall Rating:5
Value Rating:5
Submitted by R. Mennell a Recreational Rider

Date Reviewed: April 27, 2013

Strengths:    Lightweight,corrosion resistant anodized aluminum construct for bike washing, Able to accommodate modern axle and shift/brake differences on road ,bmx and mountain bikes.All quick release operation to setup/teardown,easy!

Weaknesses:    None noted compared to the competition (tacx,park,elite,etc.).Expensive compared to consumer stands,not for everyone,only pure techs/mechanics.

Bottom Line:   
I am impressed by this product,it is a new one on the market this year.I considered all my options in a fork/frame mount pro portable stand. I am a cleaning fool and wash my stuff,so corrosion resistance was a biggie,and this type of stand is easily rotated for washing both sides of bikes. The base legs can be adjusted when on level ground and with light bikes using the quick release clamp to be closer to the mast and minimize tripping when stepping around stand.This is not a feature found on all the stands in this category.The ears on the bottom bracket cradle stick up and allow fit and access to di2 and other under frame features,and cradle the rear wheel (when it is left on) to keep it from being bumped off stand when fork mounted . Parts and product support are good,I contacted them for a part (20mm through axle adapter, an optional item),and extra b.b. cradle rubber pads, they arrived in short order. Recommend you get their excellent bag if you travel a lot or use a toe strap or bungee to keep the top rail from flopping around when carrying it, and hold the rear wheel on the rail when working. If you have a superb bike,get a superb work stand for it!

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Favorite Ride:   2 wheels,no engine!

Price Paid:    $248.00

Purchased At:   aspire velotech

Similar Products Used:   Park

Bike Setup:   Multiple road,mountain and bmx machines,won't bore you there.



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My Motobecane Sprint

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Crazy Sprint experience over the weekend

I just had to tell you guys about this one. On Saturday I got a text that I was over my minuets. So I went to the website to see what was going on. I was 150 minutes over. I get 400 a month and I use maybe 100 a month. I looked at the call log online and from the 15th to the 19th there was several h ... Read More »

Cav final sprint

Looking at the Head on View of the sprint, Cav's wheels were moving laterally in a very large way, as opposed to the others... I kinda believe Cav was riding sloppy and not getting the most benefit of his power... Or did the cobble stones, in the evening, present a factor ... or did he h ... Read More »

Betaine (shellfish, beets) yeilds 6% improvement in sprint performance.

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Ultegra Di2 Sprint and climbing remote shifter...... same thing?

I'm wanting to put a remote shifter on the top of my handlebars for climbing (to be mounted on the under-side of my handlebar tops). Is there a different remote for this purpose versus the "sprint" shifter that can be mounted down in the drops?Read More »

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