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We have one of these pneumatic stands, the one on the right. Never have to worry about the bike leaning with this thing.

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"Pneumatic stand" is just an euphemism for e-bike stand???

Because that seems like the only logical reason why you would need a stand like that to hold a bike.

Edit: I didn't even look at the picture closely before typing this. Hypothesis confirmed. Lol
 

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Just organizing my garage was a game changer. Before it looked like a tornado hit it. I didn't throw away much stuff. Bought some new shelves and cabinets and got 10 feet of new precious wall space. I did convert an in-the-wall ironing board to a cabinet for all my bike related fluids which is really nice to have.
 

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Just organizing my garage was a game changer. Before it looked like a tornado hit it. I didn't throw away much stuff. Bought some new shelves and cabinets and got 10 feet of new precious wall space. I did convert an in-the-wall ironing board to a cabinet for all my bike related fluids which is really nice to have.
For sure man. A few key moves can make all the difference.

Having an exact place to put a specific item prevents the mess in the first place. And you know where to find them!
 

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It's now known as an analog stand.
e-bike stand!!!!!

So the Efficient Velo Tools bike stand has been around for a while and it is genius. There are weights in the main tube that are adjustable so you can set it near the weight of the bikes you're working on. Like a garage door essentially.

So you attach the while it's on the ground and then lift to proper height almost weightless. Works for E I'm sure.

But the euros had to invent their own hydraulic stand. It makes sense especially for a bike shop. Putting up 10.... maybe 50 bikes a day gets pretty old no matter what the bike.

The EVT bike stand is $2000 btw. Product Red Parallel Coquelicot Cylinder
 
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