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Hangar Connect

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  Hangar Connect  


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. 


The Hangar Connect measures 14"x 6"x 2" and weighs 3lbs.

With a 3” jaw opening and proprietary jaw/clamp design, the Connect is compatible with a wide variety of seat posts and can attach securely to many support structures, including round, rectangular and, in some cases, even flat “countertop” like surfaces.

A detachable dual position clamp design allows for ultimate optionality when attaching the Connect to a bike or support structure - change the position of one or both clamps to best suit the type of seat post or surface you are clamping it to.

Four points of rotation enabled by quick release pull pins allow for quick and easy adjustments. 

Thermoplastic jaw inserts offer a secure and durable grip while avoiding any damage to your bike.

We suggest using the Connect with bikes under 55lbs; however, the weight limit varies depending on the support structure it is clamped to - shape, size, and material are things to take into consideration.

Our Promise: 

We commit to a 30-day, no questions asked, return policy. Decide Connect isn't for you? No worries. Get a full refund.


Customer Reviews

Based on 17 reviews
Bob Heady
RV bike stand

Great product. Market it to RVers.

Don Siravo
Great Gadget

I purchased the Altangle for camping trips so I can hang the bike on my RVs ladder. While I have not taken a trip yet the trial fit worked great and I am excited to have this solution to be able to work on my bikes while on the road.

Doc Savage
My neck as a bike stand done

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!!!

Ken Benassi
Cost and space effective bike stand

My title summarizes my thoughts on this clever and useful,device

Maxime Beaudry
Very good first impression

Received the Hangar Connect in good condition. The initial quality is great and it has proven to be very useful already. Very versatile. I like it.