Bike Working Stand - Bangladesh




Introduction: Bike Working Stand - Bangladesh

A good bike work stand makes cleaning, maintaining, and repairing your bike exponentially easier. Commercial models start at about $150 (around 12,000 BDT) and a really good one can be as much as $275 (around 20,000 BDT).  But if I can make this within less than $15(around 1300 BDT), what do you say…!

Step 1: Tools

1. 1mm screw (+) driver
2. Hand saw
3. Wrench
4. Tape measure
5. Pencil
6. Gloves
7. Safety glasses

Step 2: Parts

1. Two 1.25″ x 20″ pipes (threaded ends)
2. Two 1.25″ x 17″ pipes (threaded ends)
3. One 1.25″ x 10″ pipe (threaded ends)
4. Two 1.25″ 90° elbows
5. Three 1.25″ 180° joiner
6. One 6 inchs x 5 inchs x1mm iron plate
7. One 24″ x 24″ x 3/4″ plywood square
8. Two 1/4″ x 2″ hex bolts
9. Two 1/4″ hex nuts
10. Four 1/4″ washers

Step 3: Assembly Instructions

Step 4: Stand With the My Bike

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    Very innovative, which is what I expected from Bangladesh. Thanks for sharing.


    This is a pretty alternative way to make most bike stands I have seen. Good work!


    8 years ago on Introduction

    I wish I had a bike like that when i was in Dhaka. those heavy bikes are awfully hard to ride!


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    This bike is not so heavy. Around 12-15 kg. Now Dhaka as well as Bangladesh have a good number of high end bikes.


    8 years ago on Introduction

    Great Instructable. I may have to modify my stand. I really like the innovative design where you replace the seat post to hold the bike rather than using a clamp. This would be especially good for a carbon bike. I wonder if there is a way to cheaply do this for multiple diameters or make some kind of adapter so I could easily fit different bikes quickly. Any ideas?


    Reply 8 years ago on Introduction

    Thanks for your comment.
    Ya, I am thinking about multiple diameter. Hope, will find that idea too. :)