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Hebie Bipod Bigfoot Centre Stand Alloy / Resin 0690C NL E HBP2

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This bipod propstand combines a very high load capacity with a low net weight. It is extra sturdy with a slim design whilst stable thanks to the broad roll feet, aluminium stand legs and the internal low maintenance folding mechanism. The design includes a cut out for the shift cable. It fits directly to the stand plate. Supplied with the counter plate, frame protector and M10 fixing screw. Suitable for models with a chain stay height of 24 - 29 cm.

Key Features:

Internal low maintenance folding mechanism
Includes cut out for shift cable
Supplied with counter plate, frame protector and screw suitable for 24" - 29"
Suitable for bikes with a chain stay maximum height of 29 cm
Weight 570g including fittings
Suitable for touring bikes
Up to 50 kg load capacity
Aluminium/Black

NOTE>> Voids Thorn frame warranty, may crush chainstays if overtightened or the bike is heavily loaded or leaned on.
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Will this be suitable for moderately loaded Thorn Raven
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19 Apr 2018
I have unfortunately heard that using a stand will void frame warranty but after using them on other bikes am really a massive fan of the practicality, particularly when loading panniers and am seeking one for a tour.
Is this the best option for a 600L Thorn Raven with moderate camping loads in 4 panniers which will give good support when loaded and fit well with a simple 'kick down' (without having either the front or backwheel suspended in the air unbalancing the bike as another frame did). The other stand I had was very heavy but seemed like it could support the weight without causing damage. Do you know how much this one weighs at all?
I'm also a bit confused as to how the Hebie Steering Stabilizer works and whether you'd recommend it.
Thanks
Hi,

For any information or advice on any of Thorns bikes, frames or forks please contact out dedicated Thorn bikes sales team either on 01278 441505 or at sales@thorncycles.co.uk and they'll be able to provide you with all of the information you need.

Thanks.