We've got a couple of this style at our shop.  I'll snap some pictures this weekend and post them up if no one else has any.
2419 Mayview Rd.
Raleigh, NC
On 7/31/08, andrew L. <anyone@breathingplanet.net> wrote:
would love to see some pics of this


veganboyjosh@gmail.com wrote:
josh @ community cycles here.

free ride in pittsburgh has some awesome diy stands, the design for which i've stolen for our shop. they're made 100% from bike parts.

 here's what you need:

2 bmx bars with stems.
2 bmx forks.
2 sets of drop road bars, with stems.
one top tube, which is the same inner diameter as the steerer tube on the bmx forks are outer diameter.

cut off the dropouts on both sets of forks. the bmx bars/stems are inserted into the bottom of the forks, one stem in each arm of the forks. this is the base, so that the steerer tube stands straight up. the top tube goes over this steerer tube, then the other fork (with road bars/stems inserted into it's arms), goes into the top of the top tube. the drop bars are turned so that the ends of the bars are hooks to hold a bike to be worked on. the bmx bars are wide enough that the stand can hold two bikes at once, without tipping over.

someone on the list i'm sure has some pics, which make the design much easier to figure out than my paltry description.

cheap, easy, diy, and best of all, it looks bikey, so people are into it...