Schwinn created the ultimate exercise machine, when they put the Schwinn Airdyne Exercise bike on the market in the late 1970's. It has since become the most common form of fitness as far as exercise bikes. The Airdyne has no resistance parts, and gets all its resistance from air.
These bikes have been around since the late 70's and since that time replacement parts have remained basically the same. They still use wedge pins in the crank arms, and a two crank system with a left and right eccentric arm. The grips have remained the same as well as the connecting arms, pivot bolts and lever arms.
We not only carry repair items for exercisers but we know how to fix them and have available the nuts, lockwashers and oilite bearings, and chains you will need when you repair your equipment. Please feel free to call us at +1 (410) 859-3538
This stand will support any bicycle frame type or design. It has a head that will rotate 360 degrees and a clamp that will screw down tightly. You can clamp it to any part of the frame or seatpost. It has an adjustable height so you can easily position the part of the bike you're working on to the most comfortable position.
The Park Tool PCS 9 repair stand for home mechanics is a entry-level workstand with the unmatched quality of Park Tool. The three legs and hieght adjustment create a comfortable repair station that is very stable for ease of work. When folded up the stand is only 41 inches long making it extremely easy to move or store.
Do you want a bike stand that will hold your bike in place securely at the right height and not damage it? That is what the PCS9 entry-level work stand will do for you!
The height of the clamp can be adjusted from 39 to 57 inches and it can be rotated 360 degrees. Attach the clamp to the top tube, seatpost, or anywhere else on the bike. The clamp will fit any tube that is between 1 inch to 3 inches.
Be sure to hold the bike steady while you clam the bike down so it doesn't change position while you try to mount it. This is very easy with small or lightweight bikes but becomes somewhat challenging with a big heavy mountain or town bikes.
A unique tripod layout leans forward on very long horizontal legs so it is very stable. In small working spaces when there is not a bicycle attached, it would be easy to trip on the long legs.
The stand will pack up by just flipping the quick-release and then folding the legs. It weighs almost 20 pounds so be prepared for a hefty object to move. It is made from a durable steel tubing which makes it perfect for the garage but not that easy for transporting around.