I'm in a rental with a one-car garage stuffed full of off-season clothes, a freezer (yeah, not good for the rubber), seasonal decorations and other typical household stuff. I make do with an old PRS-3 set up across from my tool chests. Bikes are stored behind the PRS-3 on a two-sided oak rack. except for my commuter which usually just hangs in the PRS-3. My bench is either a 5' banquet table or a B&D Workmate depending on what I need to do. I look forward to a more permanent set up in the future. Of course I can always use the repair shop at work when I'm not scheduled. But I can get pressed into service during business hours there. Sorry, no pics but it ain't pretty anyway.Picshooter said:Not awesome but it works for me.
Thanks, holds all the rides, fully adjustable. 1/2 hour of time and some old parts (some scrap ash, an old Campy front skewer, old leather toe strap, some screws and threaded inserts). Easily held in my bench vise.de.abeja said:zac- I love your wooden Euro-style stand!