Here we go with yet another bicycle repair stand. Most of the ideas here have been done before, and posted on the web. For example, using a weight bench as the stand base has been done. As you would expect, a weight bench makes a good, stable base.

I have just a couple ideas to add; here they are: 1) I used vice-grips for the bike frame clamps; 2) I made a front wheel guide to keep the front wheel in line. That's pretty much it. The pictures tell the story.

Materials, Stand:
1 ea. weight bench
2 ea. vicegrips
1 ea. 2" x 2" x 3 ft. square tube steel
1 ea. 2" x 2" plate steel
1 ea. 1" x 1/8" x 6" flat steel bar
2 ea. galvanized iron pipes, nesting
2 ea. eye bolts
several nuts (I burned some up)
innertube rubber

Materials, Wheel Guide:
1 ea. large grounding clamp
some aluminum bar stock
4 ea. metal repair tabs
8 ea. sheet metal screws
innertube rubber

angle grinder
stick welder
drill press
Dremel tool

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