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The Foes pneumatic bike stand.

The Power Clamp by Foes was the best ‘gee wiz’ item I saw at Sea Otter — one I’d love to have, though. It’s an industrial quality bike stand with a pneumatic clamp. Step on the foot pedal and the clamp opens or closes. The Power Clamp costs $995 for the basic stand that bolts to the floor or a Park Shop stand base and is set to run off of an existing compressor.

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The Power Clamp by Foes was the best ‘gee wiz’ item I saw at Sea Otter — one I’d love to have, though. It’s an industrial quality bike stand with a pneumatic clamp. Step on the foot pedal and the clamp opens or closes. The Power Clamp costs $995 for the basic stand that bolts to the floor or a Park Shop stand base and is set to run off of an existing compressor.  |  Photo: Matt Pacocha
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The Foes pneumatic bike stand.
The Power Clamp by Foes was the best ‘gee wiz’ item I saw at Sea Otter — one I’d love to have, though. It’s an industrial quality bike stand with a pneumatic clamp. Step on the foot pedal and the clamp opens or closes. The Power Clamp costs $995 for the basic stand that bolts to the floor or a Park Shop stand base and is set to run off of an existing compressor.  |  Photo: Matt Pacocha
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