The Mini Click-Stand

The Max Click-Stand

First,  decide which model of Click-Stand is right for you. Its all about how much you carry on your bike.

Third, go measure your bike. For help see the page:

Words of Wisdom:

  • If you are right in the middle and can't decide, get the Max. It will support all bicycles.
  • If you can't decide on the number of sections, here is my advise. Get a Mini-6, or a Max-5.
  • If you can't find or decide on a place to carry a Click-Stand, I offer two frame mounted brackets.
  • A Mini-4 or Mini-5 may make sense for a smaller frame, check the folded length chart.
  • A Max-6 may make sense for a taller frame or atypical Contact Points.
  • If you discover you have made the wrong choice just let me know. For every problem, at least with Click-Stand, there is a solution.

There are six models of Click-Stands, let's find the right one for you.

Click to see the Max Chart

The Max Click-Stand is for:


The standard black Mini and Max Click-Stands are also available in several colors. Colors add $4 to your bill. Either you can't resist, or you remember that black is beautiful.

Fourth, colors (or colours):

The Mini Click-Stand is for:

The Folding Portable Kickstand for All Bikes

"Measure Your Bike"

The Mini comes as a Mini-4, Mini-5, or Mini-6. The Max comes as a Max-4, Max-5, or Max-6. the only difference is how small they are when folded, well that and money. It is all about where you will carry it. A Mini-6 will fit in your jersey pocket. A Max-5 will fit in a handlebar bag. To help you decide I made two charts. Using the measured "Contact Height" of your bike you can see approximately how short your Mini or Max will fold. Of course you will have to measure your bike first.


 Second, decide if your Click-Stand should be made with 4,5,or 6 segments. Its all about where you will carry it, and how small it folds. 

Click to see the Mini Chart

These all fit the same bike.

More segments just fold smaller.

  • Tour bikes with panniers.
  • Tandems.
  • Tourists with their camping gear.
  • Long wheel-base recumbents.
  • Bikes with trailers.
  • Utility bikes.
  • Anyone who loads up their bike.
  • Commuters.
  • Club Riders.
  • Everyday Cyclists.
  • Tour riders with a support van.
  • Handlebar bags, rack bags, seat bags, and baskets.
  • Carbon Fiber and Lycra