The Folding Portable Kickstand for All Bikes


Brake-Bands are a must when using a Click-Stand, and two are included with your purchase of a Click-Stand. Typically they cling to the handlebar when not in use, so they are hard to lose. However........ if you misplace yours, here they are. Brake-Bands are sold individually.

$1.50  ~  If purchased with a Click-Stand or Bracket. Shipping added if not.

The Mini is made from 9.5mm aircraft grade 7000 series aluminum tubing and comes in four, five or six segments. A Mini will support any bike until you start adding front or rear panniers. Handlebar bags and rack bags are fine. Choose the Mini-4, Mini-5, or Mini-6 based on where you will carry it. Two Brake-Bands are included.

  • Black Mini-4  ~  $38
  • Black Mini-5  ~  $41
  • Black Mini-6  ~  $45
  • Colors add $4

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The Center-Bracket is a great solution for carrying your Click-Stand when you don't have a bag to tote it in. The Center-Bracket uses a rubber retaining band to hold things in place. It can be mounted to your bike in two ways. It can be bolted on in place of a water bottle, or it can be zip tied to any free space on a tube. It comes with mounting bolts, zip ties, and rubber padding for the bracket. Though it has never been reported to me, it would seem that if you use zip ties on your frame, they could, in time, mar the paint.



The Click-Stand Max.

Sometimes, even Fat-Feet need a little help.

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$8  ~  If purchased with a Click-Stand. Shipping added if not.

$8  ~  If purchased with a Click-Stand. Shipping added if not.

The Click-Stand Mini.

I've discovered that There are bikes that can't use Side-Brackets. The brackets have a curved underside that won't fit carbon bikes with large squarish down-tubes. Think Turbo Levo for instance.

Extra Brake-Bands

$2.25  ~ If purchased with a Click-Stand. Shipping added if not.

Not included with a Click-Stand, and fits only a Max Click-Stand. A Fat-Foot helps to keep the foot from sinking into soft soil. Most helpful for loaded touring bikes particularly when camping. Please treat Fat-Feet as expendables, buy more than one if you are leaving on a long tour. I have reports that everyday use on a loaded touring bike can wear through a Fat-Foot in a month. I put mine on when needed, then take it off. I think it makes my Click-Stand look a little clunky, but you are on your own. I put a little dielectric grease on the inside so you won't struggle to get the Fat-Foot off. If I overdo the grease, and you bike is heavy enough, your Fat-Foot may slip or roll off in use. A Q-Tip and any type of solvent will fix that.

If you are ordering a Center-Bracket for a Max-6 it will come with a "special" retaining band. Well it's really just a short Brake-Band with the handle off to one side.

This is a handy way to carry your Click-Stand if you don't have a bag to hold it. This is a resized Topeak Mini-pump bracket which securely holds your Click-Stand with a Velcro strap. The Side-Bracket attaches under your water bottle cage using your existing bolts.

The Max is made from 11mm aircraft grade 7000 series aluminum tubing, and comes in four, five or six segments. The Max is intended for tandems, loaded touring bikes, bikes with trailers, long wheel-base recumbents, and utility bikes. If you intend to use panniers, or load your bike, get a Max. There is no tested weight limit; I think that if you are willing to pedal it down the road, a Max will hold it up! Two Brake-Bands are included.

  • Black Max-4  ~  $38
  • Black Max-5  ~  $41
  • Black Max-6  ~  $45
  • Colors add $4


Because sinking in soft soil is the Kryptonite of Click-Stands.