MEET THE WORLD'S SMALLEST MOST VERSATILE BIKE STAND
The Connect is a 'mount anywhere bike stand' perfect for those who find themselves working, riding, or living in dynamic situations.
-> Weighs just 3lbs. Easy to take anywhere.
-> Proprietary design. Works with almost any bike and support structure.
-> Try it risk-free. No questions asked returns policy.
The Connect’s greatest strength is its versatility - whether it’s using a tent pole, van ladder, street sign, bike stand, or another stable structure, the Connect gives you the ability to work on, clean or simply display your bike in a convenient and secure manner.
• Size: 14"X 6"X 2"
• Weight: 3 lbs
• 360° rotation
• Material: CNC machined from high-quality aluminum
• 3-inch jaw opening
and go on
without worrying about your bike
"From trailhead maintenance to international biking trips, the Hangar
Connect makes it easy to keep bikes tuned up and ready to go no matter
where your two wheels take you"
- Two-Wheeled Wanderer
The super-portable bike repair stand is made for traveling seamlessly. At just 3 lbs and 14” long, it fits in your travel bag, bike box, suitcase, and even your backpack.
Use it at home
Unlike other stands, Connect is practical and convenient. Take it out when you need it, and stow it when you don’t. Upgrade your bike, swap parts, and lube your chain.
Clamp it to anything
Heading out for a group ride or traveling to an event? Clamp the Connect to a street sign, railing, trailhead, or whatever else is in front of you, and easily do a pre-ride check.
Use it in the shop
The Connect is perfect to use as a dueling bike stand, for fork servicing, wrapping bars, or simply being the extra hand you
need while you work.
Don’t take our word for It
"Connect has become one of the best / most used accessories I own. I got it primarily for travel / trailhead type maintenance but it’s so dang convenient I basically don’t do anything without it - literally, if I’m pumping up my tires I’m probably using the Connect while doing so - don’t have to worry about the bike falling over or just general annoyances of not having it secured."
- Pat Viens
"I’ve been keeping an eye on the Altangle for quite a while, so when I met them at the Bentonville Bikefest I bombarded them with lots of questions. Needless to say, they were all answered and I had to purchase one of them. So far it has worked perfectly every time I have used it to interchange parts between bikes. I hook it up to my old bike stand and hang both bikes right next to each other. I was able to exchange parts with ease."
- Jorge Valdez
I'm based in UK so was expecting a little delay on delivery but received within 7 days. Very pleased.
I have tried the Connect on the bike rack on back of my Campervan with my heaviest MTB and seems to be functional (more worried about the bike rack!). Looking forward to using in anger when on the road.
I travel two to three times a year in a pickup and and Australian camper, primarily in the Western U.S. for 4-5 weeks at a time. I have always carried a full-size bike stand in the back of my pickup. After every trip I find that the vibration from rugged roads has caused the stand to disassemble on its own. So, before my latest trip, I searched for an alternative and found the Hanger Connect. Wow, what a find! It’s small, light, very well-designed and the quality of the materials and manufacture are exceptional. It clamps to a round bar on the after-market off-road bumper on my pickup and holds my bikes securely for lubrication and servicing. I’m completely satisfied with this product and recommend it highly.
After learning to stick my neck under the nose of the saddle to hold it up, good for an emergency but not good for maintenance. First use was a sign post as an anchor and bike hanging ready for work. Changed wheels, lubed the chain, and fine tuned tire pressure while walking around fat, dumb, and happy. I was in my happy space. Post ride hung the bike to clean the chain and still had a free hand for beer. It’s a miracle!!!
I travel via air out of state for a few events. My bike case requires a high level of disassembly and in the past that meant reassembly with the frame laying on the floor. Used it recently when in Tucson for El Tour and it was great. I have a full blown service stand, yet can see using the Hangar Connect at home.