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Show Me Your Kickstand? Or Is That Too Personal?

Old 11-14-23, 04:58 PM
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I need to get a Click Stand or make one from a stick
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Old 11-15-23, 07:01 AM
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Originally Posted by Paul_P
Maybe this from a telescoping tarp pole and some rope ( a lot lighter than the stand ) :

With the way I load “the mule” I very much prefer a prop like above that attaches well above the center of gravity. I prefer effectiveness over convenience. I have a kick stand on only 1 of my 22 bikes, the salty roads BSO. On tour I use the prop I made, routed through the pedal toe strap and lashed to the top tube. As I camp on tour I’m quite aware that, for me, there are no level spots in camp grounds and few paved surfaces so a kick stand is a hazard and dead weight.
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