A full-size shop-grade roll around work stand with lockable wheels!
Work on your trike with the work stand wheels in the full locked or unlocked position, roll it out of the way for storage, or wheel it over to your vehicle for your next ride! Use the work stand as a turntable to easily work on any part of your trike without having to walk around away from your tools.
Optional set of three super strong magnets can be added to your TrikeTight. These will enable you to stick a steel baking sheet or other steel container to the stand to hold tools, parts, and other things for you while you work on your trike. The magnets lend you a helping hand, even while working alone.
Folds fairly flat so you can either hang it up, lean it against a wall, or easily take it with you in your vehicle.
- Manufactured in the USA of only the finest of materials
- 6061 aluminum tubing
- Stainless steel fasteners
- Custom CNC-machined aluminum inserts and plates
- Custom-formed cradles with a thick durable coating to protect your trike tubes
- Heavy duty wheels that double lock when desired to provide the finest stable platform available for working on your trike.
***Baking sheet and tools are NOT included or sold by T-Cycle***
I just got it but it’s pretty nice. Aaron really helped me to get this quick too. Thanks
An easy to assemble and solid stand. Holds even my TerraTrike Rover's weight. Using with an overhead bike hoist, it's a breeze. Perfect height to work, and wheels around like a roller skate. Brakes and tie downs hold everything secure. Well worth the cost.
Simple to put together. Very sturdy, won’t have problems supporting heavy (.< 70 pounds) trikes. Tie downs insure won’t slip off. Extremely well designed. Folding option allows easy storage when not in use.
The purchase process and delivery were excellent. The product is woefully deficient with regard to the instructions. Some of the parts did not match the description and had I not had extensive decades of experience putting together similarly designed objects, it would have been difficult if not impossible to figure out the correct assembly from the sparse instructions.