Greenfield Kickstand Tools

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MSRP : $15.00

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Product Description

Greenfield's Kickstand enjoys enormous popularity. It's lightweight, durable, and looks great on any bike.

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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:5
Submitted by sauprankul

Date Reviewed: October 6, 2012

Strengths:    Strong, long, solid, made in the U.S., attaches easily, no ghost extentions, CHEAP as chips

Weaknesses:    No rubber foot included(contrary to the pictures of the packaging), raw/unpolished look

Bottom Line:   
I'm not surprised that there aren't any reviews for this here yet. Kickstands are only for losers who don't really ride. Well, I disagree. Maybe if you race, then you don't want this, but all recreational riders (as in, for fun and not competing) can benefit from this. It's nice to be able to just stop and get off your bike, and not have to look for a tree or post to lean the bike on.
The thing looks raw. It probably is just cut, branded and shipped. But it performs great. The most solid kickstand I have ever seen. If you cruise, and you have a cruddy stand, upgrade.
The KS2 doesn't weigh much, but it does weigh. But as I said, if you're not racing...
I got it for 8 bucks off of JensonUSA.
I put this on my Motobecane Elite Trail, 700c (29") tires, 15.5" seat tube length/frame size. The MTB version in 305mm fit fine (No cutting). Even the 305mm is too long for your bike, you can cut it. Better to have to cut it than have to buy a new one.
Remember: the concave side goes in and the short sides of the rectangle are parallel to the wheel.
Grease the bolt's threads. Don't overtighten. AL is soft.
Overall, a handy thing to have even for those who are above it. Very sturdy and solid feeling.
Thanks for reading,

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