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Old 08-15-20, 06:05 PM
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Best Floor Mount for a Bike

After much searching, I landed on a sleek floor mount for my new mountain bike. Let me know what you think.

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Perfect mount that you can place anywhere your home.
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"Bike mount." ?? OK, new term for bike stand or floor mount.

Indeed it does appear to be nice... and oddly I was looking for one for my trails bike.

"kickstand."

She'll learn. Hey, she did get a nice bike and made a decent initial investment.

Folding would be a nice asset though... easier to store when not in use.
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Yup, when I bought my first MTB back in 1995 I asked about a kick stand. Salesmen laughed saying dude higher end bikes don’t have those. It was fun learning the cycling ropes and I’m still learning today. Though I’m set in some older ways when it comes to bikes. Post 1995
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