Park Tool PRS-20 Team Race Workstand
The stand originally designed for the mechanics of the Tour de France winning US Postal Pro Cycling team. Now available to professional and home mechanics everywhere. Compact, Euro-style work stand holds the bike securely without clamping the frame tubes or seat post. Ideal for ultra lightweight frame tubes or seatposts and for bikes with tight access areas that can't be clamped. Park BAG-20 travel and storage bage for the PRS-20 available separately.
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ANDREWPosted on 12/6/2014
this is a decent stand and park will replace the yoke under warranty when it goes bad as it has on me twice now. If you wash your bikes on this work stand the steel of the central yoke expands when it rusts (as it has on the original and supposed improved zinc plated versions I have had). when this happens, the stand will no longer adjust up or down or rotate.
AnonymousPosted on 8/4/2008 11:53:40 AM
If you have a bike that has exotic tube shapes or aerodynamic fat tubes and seat posts this is the only stand that will handle them easily. Fits all bikes regardless of tube shapes. Best stand I have ever used and you can rotate the bike 360 degrees as well as adjust the height so you can sit down and work on the bike. Not only that but its portable and can be taken to the races.
AnonymousPosted on 6/3/2005 9:09:13 AM
Probably the "Best" work stand you can buy for now and the future if you have exotic frames that dont like to be Clamped ! After only having this stand for a week Im wondering how I got by for so many years. Very stable, good height adjustment range, convenient pack-away and versatile (front or rear wheel lock-in) overall a great piece of equipment and well worth the extra $20-$50 over a clamp type work stand. One note, if you think youll be clamping the rear end of your frame often you may like to consider one of those tools that keep the front wheel/fork straight in-line with the frame.
AnonymousPosted on 2/5/2005 8:02:25 PM
I received the Park PRS-20 as a late Christmas present in January. It is a great work stand. I have used portable stands by Spin doctor and Tacx. This stand is very easy to use, kind to carbon or superlight weight titanium frames. It quickly sets up. The bike can be placed on the frame with front or rear wheels off. It holds very secure, enough to work on the bottom bracket and cranks. Great for tune up at race sites, clean up and lubrication after rides, and packs very small and quickly. The bottom bracket trough is well padded with a vinyl cover and the strap, when needed, holds the frame very well. The height adjustment is perfect for all but the tallest mechanics. The smooth 360 spin is great when cleaning a bike. It is worth the price as most well made tools are. I expect years of use and service from this product. No, I dont work for Park. But I enjoy bike maintenance and appreciate good tools.