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This is a stand supported by a 35 lb cast iron stand used for an 10' wide umbrella.  It's more than ample to support a bike for repair.

Step 1:

This is the shorter pvc extension.

Step 2:

This is the taller pvc extension.

Step 3:

Bar clamp holds bike bar, this detail was covered in my previous instructable.

Step 4:

Slope bar attachment

Step 5:

Another view of slope bar attachment.  This configuration allows for sloping the bike to any ange.

Step 6:

Using alternate top attachment for slope or vertical bars.

Step 7:

All components for stand.

Step 8:

The base & steel tube attached to base for support.

Step 9:

Base & tube tilted over for view the bolt attachment to steel tube - this is the umbrella stand as purchased from retailer.  The rust has no structural value.
<p>Cool. That makes sense. Must have missed it the first time. Thanks!</p>
<p>Please list materials needed including exact sizes of PVC pipe used, diameter of pipe (cut lengths, clamp materials, etc..)</p>
Very nice, thank you!!!
Wish i could upload a photo of the one I just made
Material list &amp; Clamp I can help with - what base will you use, this design starts with a heavy base which can accept pvc post. <br>Clamp design info is included in my past postings. Hope this is of some help.
If I build one, I would use heavy cast iron umbrella base that should connect to PVC pipe with a little tinkering. I'm looking for exact sizes of PVC pipes used (cut lengths, diameter, etc..) I will look at your other posts for your clamp design.
Great bike stand. Please list materials needed including sizes of PVC pipe used. What kind of clamp do I use to hold bike top tube? Would rather buy affordable clamp rather than make one (unless making one is easy).
I like it and it gets the job done.

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