A TrikeTable for all! Actually, it's not the original metal TrikeTable Repair Stand but rather its wooded cousin the TimberTable. Designed for maximum compatibility, the TimberTable uses a redesigned extra stout wooden cruciform and fixed, metal u-bolt cradle position anchors.
- Designed to fit nearly every make and model of recumbent trike on the market. Delta trike and tadpole trike compatibility.
- Pre-drilled in multiple positions to adapt to your trike and hold it firmly in place. Configure it for your trike and don't worry about adjusting it until you get your next trike!
- Same unique offset cradle design as the original TrikeTable.
- Put your stand anywhere. Any flat surface will work but you can also clamp the wooden base in a vise or to numerous portable project tables.
- Optional 20 inch extension tubes provide a more ergonomic working position, when using the TimberTable on the ground.
What assembly is required?
Anchor the metal bracket to wooden base with included fasteners and pre-drilled pilot holes using a #2 Phillips driver. Insert tubes into tube holders and you are ready for trike repair.
Can I buy replacement parts?
Yes, of course. Contact Us for a quote.
What materials do we use?
The base parts are unfinished sturdy CNC cut 1.5” thick Baltic plywood, the silver vertical extensions are aluminum anchored by metal U-bolt brackets. The black cradles are rubber.
What is the maximum height of the stand?
We designed the TimberTable to be placed on a stable flat surface that provides the right working height for you and your trike. We’ve seen current customers use rolling tool carts, work benches, boxes and many other surfaces.
Of course, the ground is always an option too. And in that case we'd recommend the 20 inch extension tube option, to get your trike a bit higher than the standard 14 inch lift height.
What are the dimensions of the stand?
The base measures 32″ in length and 20″ at its widest point.
It works great. Just fits my terratrike.
We know TerraTrike well, being from Michigan ourselves, and developed the repair stand to fit. Happy you are pleased, thank you for the review!
Honestly it was quite bad.... Some simple braces would do wonders
Thank you for the review. We’re sorry it fell short of expectations. We’ve since updated our stand to include all metal bracket construction. We will send you one, and hopefully earn a five star review on the updated model! Look for an email from us Monday morning.
Main 2x4 was warped so rig was like a teeter tauter with recumbent on it.
We are sorry to hear your having trouble with wobble. Did you install the included leveling feet in the parts pack? These levelers raise the corners of your stand off the ground and take up any distortion that may be present. If you are still having trouble we will send you our newly designed CNC cut boards. These boards have higher strength, rigidity and straightness. Look for an email from us this afternoon. Thank you!
No problem with ICE Sprint. My Catrike Dumont might need a few mods. Shipping was prompt & safe.
If you move the rear post farthest away from the front two posts you should be able to fit both of those trikes with the same setup. Thank you for your review!
I received the item promptly and with no damages noted as it was well packaged. The TimberTable was easy to setup and the heigh was adequate for my needs. I have a Catrike Villager and the only problem I encountered was that the middle post is hard to place for the villager as the chain kept getting in the way, I have move the post to the most inner position and it still keeps getting in the way. I'll have to experiment until I get it right. I'll let you know when I get it right, Thank You,
Thank you for the feedback Carlos! We’ve had customers find success with the Catrike Villager on our metal TrikeTable in the rear most position. For the TimberTable we would suggest moving the main tube support to the rear most position as well, and rotating it toward the yellow plastic bracket at a slight angle. You’ll be fitting this support at the junction of the chain stays and main tube of the trike. I am attaching two photos of Villager trikes showing this in our metal TrikeTable as well as a photo the suggested setup on our wooden TimberTable. Unfortunately I don’t have a visual handy of the trike in the wooden stand. Please give these setups a look and it should help avoid the chain interference you mentioned :) Best wishes, James