Feedback Sports acquires Scorpion Stand

Bike storage leader adds to its portfolio of smart, easy-to-use stands

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This simple, clean and easy-to-use stand takes advantage of bikes equipped with hollow bottom bracket shells.

This simple, clean and easy-to-use stand takes advantage of bikes equipped with hollow bottom bracket shells (click to enlarge).

Colorado-based Feedback Sports is known for making high quality bike stands, trainers and home bike storage solutions. And the company’s most recent acquisition certainly wont change that.

Expanding its storage offerings, Feedback Sports recently acquired Scorpion Stand, an outfit that makes a simple, clean and easy-to-use stand that takes advantage of bikes equipped with hollow bottom bracket shells. You can read our full review and see the stand in action here.

The Scorpion retails for $70 and is available in a number of colors including black, green, orange, yellow, red, and pink.

The Scorpion retails for $70 and is available in a number of colors including black, green, orange, yellow, red, and pink (click to enlarge).

Feedback Sports saw a natural match with what Scorpion Stand was doing and decided to acquire the company, now calling it the Feedback Sports Scorpion. The Scorpion retails for $70 and is available in a number of colors including black, green, orange, yellow, red, and pink. Scorpion Stand has been a hit with buyers all over Southern California, where the company started. But Feedback Sports was surprised to discover how unaware most riders outside of Southern California were about this clever product.

For more info visit scorpionbikestands.com and feedbacksports.com.

This article is part of RoadBikeReview’s coverage of the 2016 Sea Otter Classic in Monterey, California. For more from Sea Otter CLICK HERE.

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About the author: Kurt Gensheimer

Kurt Gensheimer thinks the bicycle is man’s most perfect invention. He firmly believes ‘singlespeed’ is a compound word. He sometimes wears a disco ball helmet. He is also known as Genshammer. He is a Gemini and sleeps outside in a hammock.


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