Park Tool PRS-26 Team Issue Bike Repair Stand (Blue) (Tripod Legs)

Park Tool PRS-26 Team Issue Bike Repair Stand (Blue)
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The Park Tool PRS-26 Team Issue Repair Stand provides an ultra-sturdy design that folds up for easy storage and transport. With tripod legs, 6063-T6 aluminum construction, and the 100-25D Micro-Adjust Clamp, the PRS-26 is a reliable stand that can be used for many applications.


  • A stand with proven features that works great at home or in the race pits
  • Sturdy tripod leg design folds and unfolds quickly and easily, and provides stability on any surface
  • 100-25D Micro-Adjust Clamp is height-adjustable from 97 to 147 cm (38" to 58"), and can be positioned over one leg or between two legs to accommodate any bike
  • Lightest stand in the Park Tool assortment and is constructed from 6063 T6 lightweight aluminum
  • 100-25D Micro-Adjust Clamp features narrow clamping jaws to fit into tight areas or on short seatposts, and clamps nearly any tube from 23 to 76 mm (7/8" to 3"), including aero tubes and dropper posts
  • For a comparison of all Park Tool Repair Stands, check out the Size Chart tab

Maximum Weight Capacity: 36 kg (80 lbs)
Clamp Capacity: Round & Aero Tubes from 22 to 76 mm (7/8" to 3")
Jaw Width: 70mm (2.75")
Height: Adjustable From 97 to 147cm (38" to 58")
Base Dimensions: 126 x 126 x 126cm (49.6" x 49.6" x 49.6") (When Open/Triangular)
Weight: 5.7kg (12.6 lbs)

This product was added to our catalog on November 25, 2022

Park Tool Repair Stands provide a secure and convenient way to work on your bike. With multiple models to choose from, there is a perfect stand for your repair needs. Check out the video below for a comparison of all the offerings from Park Tool.

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