The Copenhagen dual leg kickstand is perfect for city bikes. It has a "scissor-action" that folds both legs to the non-drive side of the bike. The leg length is adjustable and can be locked to the desired length. It fits bikes with or without kickstand plates.
For installation help, see our blog post here.
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Extends long enough for my '97 Peugeot ATB. The previous single sided kickstand I had was too short and the bike leaned over at least 20° from vertical. This made it difficult to load things into the basket I have up front, but with this dual legged kickstand it makes it quite easy. Only 4 stars because I can hear it bounce a bit over really bumpy sections. Not a problem if this was used on a bike that sees smoother roads. Also I only received 2 bolts in my package.
After struggling with my MTB hybrid converted to a utility bike with conventional kickstand, I picked up a VO Dual Leg. After six months of near daily use, I love it. One of the best features is the adjustable boots without having to cut to fit the stance of the bike. I changed out to a much taller 29" 700c wheel set with 47mm eBike tires and dropped down 1-2 holes in the legs in five minutes. The block has only needed tensioning once since installation. It is big and would not use on my recreation ride bikes. I am adding one to my winter specific utility bike next month.
Absolutely love this sturdy kickstand. Robust and strong it keeps my bike upright and balanced with or without loaded panniers. I highly recommend it.
It works great. Made very well. Easy to deploy and push back out of the way. Not too heavy I don't think. A single leg stand works OK, this works good.
Easy to set up, looks slick, and works as expected or better. I don't notice any weight difference probably because speed isn't a huge factor in my commute. Just make sure the bolt is tight before you go, one of the legs was hitting my pedal crank due to the bolt not being as tight I thought it needed to be, thus the whole device rotated a few degrees.
I haven't added any extra weight on my rack yet. Not sure how well it holds up on that end.