Your finished! Try it and make sure your bike fits, and if not, bring the upright boards in a little more (I had to do this a few times till I got it ...
I recently ran in a triathlon, and if your familiar with triathlon, you'll know that the event consists of three parts. First it starts with a swim, then you transition from the swim to the biking, and finally from the biking to the running. If your racing to win speed is everything, you want to perfect your swim to top speed, bike long distances quickly, and train to get your run down fast. When biking you want your bike to be very aerodynamic which means, sleek water bottles, skin tight bike suit, and no bike accessories that are unnecessary that will slow you down, like the kickstand. Without a kickstand the bikes don't stand up on their own, thus I get to build a bike stand.
Step 1: Cut 4x4 Squares
First start by cutting two perfect squares, out of a 2x4 beam. The dimensions of the squares should be 3 7/16" x 3 7/16".