VonZipper Kickstand Eyewear

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MSRP : $90.00

Product Description

Ride you bike! Better yetThrow downThe Kickstand and get backToThe business of looking good. Optical clarity and fit combineTo create an art form of stunning style for your eyes. 100% UV Protection Base 8 Spherical Lens Impact resistant polycarbonate lens Nylon Grilamid frame Stainless steel hinges

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Remote lever hack for kickback kickstand

Has anyone tried attaching a remote lever to a kickback stand and have any experiences to share? There are a few pics in this link (scroll down): [url=http://rideyourbike.com/xtracycle.shtml]The Xtracycle[/url] I like the Rolling Jackass stand but couldn't justify the additional $200 over a ki ... Read More »

Rear wheel and kickstand

Newbie here. I replced my rear tube and tire and put the wheel back on but when I tightened the wheel back on as tight as i can with the quick change thingy, If I ise the kickstand it knocks the wheel out of alignment... Am I just not getting it tight enough? Should I remove the kickstand anyway?Read More »

Looking for a Rear Mount Kickstand that's known to be good & work

being a noob to adult bikes....I had no idea that the Crawler didn't come with any pedals or kickstand.... I scoured Origin 8's website and didn't find any.....did a search and found some info on one but the reviews said it won't work if you have disc brakes......so I'm just trying to figure out my ... Read More »

I need a better kickstand

I just got a 2014 Trek Xcaliber 9. The shop I got it at put on a regular kickstand. A small breeze would probably knock it over. Not very stable. I'd like it to stand more straight up. Also, I have a Trek Mountain Train that I pull with this bike. I'd like a kickstand that could hold my bike ... Read More »

a "better" kickstand...

well maybe...it's not for everyone, but it really seems to work for the times I want to use my 29er for a Home Depot ditty. Way better than the lock-n-lean routine. Really well made, light, and the bike will [B]​not[/B] roll after brake-bands are attached! As pictures show, it stows all nice o ... Read More »

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