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Hebie Bipod Steel Centre Stand 0605 HBP1 - Black

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Quality centre stand made from steel. Ideal for steadying your cycle when loading a child seat or just standing it up to lock it.

- Large feet for stability
- 29cm length
- Steel constuction

NOTE>> Voids Thorn frame warranty, may crush chainstays if overtightened or the bike is heavily loaded or leaned on.
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Overall Product Rating 4.5 / 5
Fits On Kona Ute
05 Jan 2014
5 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsI had to ship it all the way from the UK (but so worth it!)
ProsSolid, wider than original bike stand
I have a newer model Kona Ute (the old ones have the kick stand welded to them, or so I have heard), I think mine is a
2011 or 2012 (not sure, bought it used).
I removed the old stand, which has some sort of riser block between the actual stand and the frame. Then I put the Hebie on there, the screw that comes with the Hebie is too short, but the Kona screw fits, so I used that one. Turns out, that one is too long. So I took the whole thing back off, but the riser block thingie between the new kick stand and the frame, screwed the Kona screw back in, and it fits.
It doesn't hit the chain, but the bike stands a little bit higher, than on the old stand. Still, solid bike stand with some spunk behind it, not the flimsy thing that came off stock and the Hebie stand is a good inch wider than the one provided by Kona.
I sued to have a hell of a time just loading little things into the panniers without the bike toppling over, that's a thing of the past.
Rock Solid
21 Aug 2011
4 / 5
I recommend this product
ConsIt's no small beastie.
ProsStable, robust, predictable
This was bought for a Pashley Princess. It replaces a normal Pletscher kickstand... not a bad piece of kit in itself but not great with a heavy bike that has a heavy basket on. The bipod was easy to fit and is much more stable holding the bike upright. It works as you would expect with a short but essential heave to get the bike over the stand's apex so that it can sit back. If the front wheel, bars and basket come off centre it can be a little unstable but something has to force it off and it is easily corrected. I imagine that the Hebie Steering Stabilizer would mitigate that risk but it's more stuff...
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