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Kuat Trail Doc Bike Work Stand - Aluminum - Orange Anodize

Kuat Trail Doc Bike Work Stand - Aluminum - Orange Anodize

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This portable stand lets you make on-the-go repairs to your bike. Adjustable, spring-loaded clamp allows you to customize the height and angle of your bike on the stand. Lightweight aluminum construction. Folds up for compact storage and transport. 1-800-940-8924 to order Kuat bike repair stands part number TDKB-TDSNVO or order online at Free expert support on all Kuat products. Great prices and Fastest Shipping for Kuat Trail Doc Bike Work Stand - Aluminum - Orange Anodize. Bike Repair Stands reviews from real customers.
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Kuat Bike Repair Stands - TDKB-TDSNVO

  • Tripod Stand
  • Kuat
  • Orange

This portable stand lets you make on-the-go repairs to your bike. Adjustable, spring-loaded clamp allows you to customize the height and angle of your bike on the stand. Lightweight aluminum construction. Folds up for compact storage and transport.


  • Portable work and wash stand lets you perform maintenance on your bike
  • Spring-loaded clamp grips your bike by the top tube or seat post
    • Soft, thermoplastic rubber protects your bike frame from scratches
  • Rotating clamp arm holds bike at optimal angle
    • Rear hand knob tightens arm in place
  • Adjustable height - raise or lower clamp for perfect bike positioning
    • Locking collar secures clamp at desired height
  • Rubber feet help stabilize stand and protect floor from scratches
  • Lightweight aluminum is durable and corrosion resistant
  • Orange anodize color
  • Stand folds up for compact storage in your vehicle or garage


  • Weight capacity: 45 lbs
  • Adjustable clamp height: 42" - 57-3/4"
  • Base diameter: 41"
  • Weight: 8 lbs
  • Limited lifetime warranty

Kuat Trail Doc and Tri Doc Repair Stand

This lightweight, portable stand lets you perform on-the-go maintenance on your bike. It has a spring-loaded, adjustable clamp that grips your bike by the top tube or seat post. You can adjust the height and angle of the clamp so your bike can be placed at the optimal level for maintenance. It also has a wide base that creates a stable platform on nearly any surface or terrain.

Spring-Loaded Clamp

Kuat Trail Doc and Tri Doc Spring Loaded Clamp

The spring-loaded clamp grips your bike by the top tube or seat post. It is made with a soft, thermoplastic rubber that won't scratch your bike frame. To load your bike onto the stand, simply loosen the front knob by turning it counterclockwise to release the spring. Set your bike between the grips and close them with your hand. Turn the knob clockwise to secure the clamp.

Rotating Arm

Kuat Trail Doc and Tri Doc Rotating Arm

The rotating arm lets you position your bike at the perfect angle for maintenance. To adjust the angle, simply loosen the hand knob at the back of the arm, rotate the arm, and re-tighten the hand knob.

Adjustable Height

Kuat Trail Doc and Tri Doc Adjustable Height

The locking, quick-release collar lets you raise or lower the clamp so you can set your bike at the optimal level. Open up the quick-release collar, raise the Trail Doc to the desired height, then close the collar to lock it in place.

Compact Storage

Kuat Trail Doc and Tri Doc Repair Stand Folded Up

The stand can be folded up for compact storage in your vehicle or garage. Simply open the upper quick-release lever and slide the Trail Doc clamp assembly out of the Tri Doc stand. Open the lower quick-release lever at the base of the stand to fold the feet in, then close the lever to lock them in the stored position.

TDKB Trail Doc for Kuat Envy 2.0 Base Platform Rack - Aluminum - Matte Black

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Video of Kuat Trail Doc Bike Work Stand - Aluminum - Orange Anodize

Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer installation instructions and specs for complete information.

Video Transcript for Kuat Trail Doc Bike Work Stand Review

Zach: Hey everybody, Zach here at And today we're going to take a look at a line of bike stands from Kuat, that's the Tri Doc and Trail Doc lines. If you're familiar with the NV 2.0, you definitely know about the bike repair stand that comes with it. This is going to be a nice little feature that they've added on there to allow you to work on your bike or tune it at the trailhead.So this is a cool feature but sometimes you want to work on it at home. So that's why they have the Tri Doc and Trail Doc set up. It's going to come in a couple different configurations.

The one I have here today is the Trail Doc.And what this one is, is this comes with the base that you see here in that orange that's kind of familiar with Kuat. But then it also has this black arm that comes on top. It also has a silver base with the black arm.But if we remove this top arm right here, let's say we already own the NV 2.0, you don't want to buy the whole kit. You can buy just the Tri Doc stand itself. So in the orange or the gray.And then we can remove the arm from our NV 2.0.

Or if you have the add-on for the NV 2.0 base, we can take this out and then we can just slide it into the Tri Doc stand. And we're going to have the same exact features.The only difference is if you go with this way, you're going to have the matching orange color combo like you see here today. So there's a little bit of a difference when it comes to color, but all of the functionality and all the specs on it are all going to be the same regardless of which combination you go with.But today we're just going to kind of focus on the Trail Doc setup and how this works. We're going to open this clamp up right here, and we're going to slide this down in there. So I'm going to get this set up and this position right here is midway.And what I'm going to do is I'm going to come to this knob right here.

And I'm going to twist that and that will open things up all the way there. And then I'm going to quarter-turn it. I'm just going to ratchet it down. You can probably hear that just a little bit.And then I can grab my bike and we can get this set in place. So I'm going to set that down in there.

And then I'm going to push that until it makes contact. And then I can rotate that knob until it fully grabs onto my bike.You can see it's fully supported now. And you can see I don't have a chain on this bike. We have some work to do with it. So this is going to give us a perfect setup to work on this bike.Now, the biggest benefit of having this stand versus just leaving it on my bike rack is two things. One, I have so much more flexibility with rotating this around to work on it. I'm not fixed to just kind of a 180 set up there. Not even that with the bike rack.But then also how I can move this around. I don't have to have my bike rack hooked up to my car or somewhere in the garage. I can move this all over the garage or I could take it inside and start working on it.Now, when it comes to lifting it up, I would definitely take the bike off of there. But you can see as I rotate this all the way around with that really nice wide base that this has, with this carbon bike, I don't have any worries about this tipping over. I'd really have to hit this bike pretty hard to knock it over.And I'd definitely would feel more comfortable if it's sitting over one of those legs with its weight. I mean, this is definitely a little bit more probable of turning over there, but I think you'd really have to hit it hard. So I think that this is still going to provide us a nice wide base.Now that base has a max of 45 inches. So, that's really got a good reach there. And then it has these rubber coated feet on the end. So if you hit this pretty hard, it's going to scoot a little bit, but just minor bumps. That's going to do a good job of holding onto most surfaces and preventing that slipping around.Now, I'm going to take my bike off and we're going to take a closer look at this. And to take it off, we're going to do the opposite of how we put it on. So we'll twist that knob until it pops loose. Take some pressure off of it and then it slides out.Now this is where we could raise and lower it. I think that a lot of people are still going to try to raise it and lower with their bike on there. But I wouldn't recommend that.So you can see bringing this all the way up, there's a line right there, and that tells us that's the max that we can bring this out. So we'll put it right there. And this is the highest that we can bring our bikes in.Now, if you brought those legs in a little bit higher you'd definitely get higher reach. But I'd recommend keeping them out as far as you can. Give you a much wider platform down there. So from the ground, and I'm going to go to the bottom right here where our bike is going to rest.That's measuring at 60 and three quarters of an inch. So, that's a really good reach right there. And then if I brought that all the way down, that's measuring at 45 and a half. So, that's pretty good travel right there. So, that's going to give most people the right height to work on their bike.If we take a closer look here at where our bike is held onto by this arm, it's rubber coated. So it's going to do a good job of cutting down on scratches on that finish on your bike. But if you had this tightened down and you tried to scoot your bike around in there you're probably going to scuff it.And as long as you're not super aggressive with it I think you could probably rub that off with your thumb. But let's give you a better idea how this works. So you'll see here, I'll give it a quarter of a turn on that knob and that's rubber coated too. It's got a good, nice feel to it.We'll push that in. You can hear that ratcheting in. So it makes contact with our bike. And then we just turn this until it grabs on there to a tightness we're comfortable with. So this is going to do a really good job of holding our bike in place so we can work on it properly.Now when it comes to the weight capacity, that carbon bike doesn't weigh much, but it still has a good capacity at 45 pounds. So it's going to work out well for most road and mountain bikes.You throw an electric bike up here, a fat tire bike, it might hold it for a minute, but you're really going to wear out those components. You really run the risk of tipping this over. So please stay within that 45 pound weight limit.But that being said the construction's really nice. The aluminum throughout this whole thing is going to make it lightweight. It's going to make it resist rust and corrosion. So it's a really nice constructed bike stand.Now, if you're comparing this to some other ones out there, Feedback Sports, they make really nice stands. I really like them a lot. I like that they have those accessories trays that can be attached to them. But I'm just a fan of Kuat.I would want it to match my bike rack. I think that they make really good looking stuff, but it also just works well. They do a really good job of designing their stuff.So overall, when it comes to the aluminum design and just how well this thing works together, I think this is going to work out well, whether you're just trying to work on your bike in your garage. You don't want to be attached to the back of your car the whole time.I really see this being something where you can take this inside. Let's say you live in an apartment or a condo and you live on the 10th floor, you don't want to have to go downstairs and you have street parking and you have to work on the back of your car.You can take your bike and your stand up and work on it at whatever time of night you'd like, whatever weather. So it's going to work out well for you. I think you're going to be pretty happy with it. But that's going to do it for our look at the line of bike stands from Kuat..

Customer Reviews

Kuat Trail Doc Bike Work Stand - Aluminum - Orange Anodize - TDKB-TDSNVO

Average Customer Rating:  4.0 out of 5 stars   (1 Customer Reviews)

This portable stand lets you make on-the-go repairs to your bike. Adjustable, spring-loaded clamp allows you to customize the height and angle of your bike on the stand. Lightweight aluminum construction. Folds up for compact storage and transport.


Great product but would have appreciated a manual of some type. It seemed to come with an extra bolt that I'm not sure where it goes.


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