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  • Product description

     A lightweight, tubular folding stand for storing and displaying bicycles. A spring-loaded arm stabilizes the front or rear wheel and accepts wheel diameters from 20” to 29”. 

    Attachments
    •  20” to 29” size wheel
    Folding
    •  Yes
    Material
    •  Aluminum / Plastic
    Max. Weight Capacity
    •  20 kgs / 44 lbs
    Size (L x W x H)
    •  37.2 x 35 x 45.8 cm
    • 14.6” x 13.8” x 18” (Open)
    • 43 x 14 x 9.3 cm
    • 16.9” x 5.5” x 3.7” (Folded)
    Weight
    •  1.5 kgs / 3.3 lbs

  • Topeak Lineup Stand - For 20" - 29" Wheels Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    5
    out of 5
    5.00
    Build Quality
    5.00
    Performance
    5
    Value For Money
    5.00

    Customer Reviews (1)

    5
    QUALITY PRODUCT

    My predicament was to find a stand for my new road bike which has disk brakes and 28mm tyres.Not so easy when the vast majority of the stands out there are all for rim brakes bikes and would damage the rotor or disk or both on a disk brake bike: not good. Tried one I already have and it clear was not right. After looking at lots of retailers websites, Youtube and forums etc I plumped for a different product than this one here from Tredz. That product turned out to be defective when assembled and I sent it back. Credit where credit is due ... Customer Service from Tredz has been absolutely fantastic throughout. Couldn't fault them. Great fast communications via email. Couldn't do enough to help. Tredz ended up sending me this Topeak LineUp stand as a straight replacement for the other product- Thank you very much Tredz! I needed a stand that would be suitable for disk-brake wheels and whilst waiting for Tredz assessment of the returned product purely by chance I noticed a bike stand on a GCN video featuring Rigo Uran's Cannondale SuperSix Evo pro race bike at this year's Giro. Had no idea what it was, emailed Cycling Sports Group (Cannondale UK) who immediately identified it as this Topeak LineUp stand. Some other Pro-team bike features on GCN also showed the same stand being used by other pro teams. Hmm ... if the world's best mechanics on World Pro-Tour Teams are using them for the pro's bikes they must be good I thought. Requested this as a replacement from Tredz and this duly arrived. It is a top quality bit of kit! Couldn't recommend it highly enough for any bike, not just disk-brake road bikes. Straight out of the box one immediately gets the impression that this is a quality bit of kit and I wish I had have seen it first time as I would have ordered it. Silver Paint/power-coat finish is perfect and feels nice in hand. The 'legs' or 'feet' fold out side-ways for use to hold the bike upright and fold in for storage and transportation in a vehicle to events or for rides. No 'slop' folding in and out, good resistance and feels well made. Feet appear to have rubber blocks underneath to stop it sliding around. Easy to use: simply place it on the floor (with the four side feet/legs extended outwards) and push the rear wheel back into angled arm which also has a fair bit of resistance to it and helps to hold the bike sturdily in the vertical position. With respect to road bikes it looks like it will take 23, 25, 28mm tyres and bigger and hold the bike securely in the vertical position. I'm really impressed with it. It is in my opinion a top piece of kit that will do what it's supposed to do properly (i.e hold the bike up vertically and securely), looks like it is built to last, is easy to use, doesn't weigh a great deal, is quickly transportable and the appearance is fantastic.

    My predicament was to find a stand for my new road bike which has disk brakes and 28mm tyres.Not so easy when the vast majority of the stands out there are all for rim brakes bikes and would damage the rotor or disk or both on a disk brake bike: not good. Tried one I already have and it clear was not right. After looking at lots of retailers websites, Youtube and forums etc I plumped for a different product than this one here from Tredz. That product turned out to be defective when assembled and I sent it back. Credit where credit is due ... Customer Service from Tredz has been absolutely fantastic throughout. Couldn't fault them. Great fast communications via email. Couldn't do enough to help. Tredz ended up sending me this Topeak LineUp stand as a straight replacement for the other product- Thank you very much Tredz! I needed a stand that would be suitable for disk-brake wheels and whilst waiting for Tredz assessment of the returned product purely by chance I noticed a bike stand on a GCN video featuring Rigo Uran's Cannondale SuperSix Evo pro race bike at this year's Giro. Had no idea what it was, emailed Cycling Sports Group (Cannondale UK) who immediately identified it as this Topeak LineUp stand. Some other Pro-team bike features on GCN also showed the same stand being used by other pro teams. Hmm ... if the world's best mechanics on World Pro-Tour Teams are using them for the pro's bikes they must be good I thought. Requested this as a replacement from Tredz and this duly arrived. It is a top quality bit of kit! Couldn't recommend it highly enough for any bike, not just disk-brake road bikes. Straight out of the box one immediately gets the impression that this is a quality bit of kit and I wish I had have seen it first time as I would have ordered it. Silver Paint/power-coat finish is perfect and feels nice in hand. The 'legs' or 'feet' fold out side-ways for use to hold the bike upright and fold in for storage and transportation in a vehicle to events or for rides. No 'slop' folding in and out, good resistance and feels well made. Feet appear to have rubber blocks underneath to stop it sliding around. Easy to use: simply place it on the floor (with the four side feet/legs extended outwards) and push the rear wheel back into angled arm which also has a fair bit of resistance to it and helps to hold the bike sturdily in the vertical position. With respect to road bikes it looks like it will take 23, 25, 28mm tyres and bigger and hold the bike securely in the vertical position. I'm really impressed with it. It is in my opinion a top piece of kit that will do what it's supposed to do properly (i.e hold the bike up vertically and securely), looks like it is built to last, is easy to use, doesn't weigh a great deal, is quickly transportable and the appearance is fantastic.

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    5 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 5/5
    Value For Money: 5/5

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