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Ursus Center Stand

85.00
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Ursus Center Stand

85.00

The widest and burliest center stand currently on the market. This one opens to a whopping 44cm (almost 18 inches), and is the most stable way to keep your bike upright while you load it. It really does a good job of keeping your bike steady, even on ground that is rough, uneven or not level.

The stand is long, and fits both 26" and 700c wheels, even with fatter tires. The legs can be trimmed down if necessary. 

It is highly recommended that the center stand be mounted to a welded kickstand plate. Sandwiching the chain stays with a top plate will likely damage them. If your bike does not have a kickstand plate, this stand probably isn't for you. You might be able to have a plate welded to your frame by a qualified frame builder, but be forewarned that this will certainly void any warranty your bike may have. 

It may be tempting, but don't sit on your bike while the center stand is open. The stand is not a trainer! Sitting on the bike in this way may damage the center stand arms. When loading the bike, the weight of the load is over the wheel, tipping the bike forward or back, depending on where the load goes, so most of the weight is supported by the wheel. 

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The widest and burliest center stand currently on the market. This one opens to a whopping 44cm (almost 18 inches), and is the most stable way to keep your bike upright while you load it. It really does a good job of keeping your bike steady, even on ground that is rough, uneven or not level.

The stand is long, and fits both 26" and 700c wheels, even with fatter tires. The legs can be trimmed down if necessary. 

It is highly recommended that the center stand be mounted to a welded kickstand plate. Sandwiching the chain stays with a top plate will likely damage them. If your bike does not have a kickstand plate, this stand probably isn't for you. You might be able to have a plate welded to your frame by a qualified frame builder, but be forewarned that this will certainly void any warranty your bike may have. 

It may be tempting, but don't sit on your bike while the center stand is open. The stand is not a trainer! Sitting on the bike in this way may damage the center stand arms. When loading the bike, the weight of the load is over the wheel, tipping the bike forward or back, depending on where the load goes, so most of the weight is supported by the wheel. 

For shipping details please click here.