Designed to encourage commuting by bicycle, repair stands are a low cost way for municipalities and other organizations to increase the reliability of cycling. Typical stands include common tools needed to repair a minor bicycle problem: wrenches, screwdrivers, a pump, and perhaps a chain tool.
This gallery collects vendors of public bicycle work stands. All of these are hardened against vandalism and wether and designed to resist to theft of the tools.
Distinguishing features include the quality of the powder coating and the selection of tools (many vendors omit a chain repair tool, though that tool has it's uses).