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Which kickstands fit this bike? The old kickstand had 6mm bolts spaced 18mm apart, so I bought a "KSA18" kickstand, but it didn't fit. The KSA18 stand extended further than 9mm and had a small "hook" above the screws (the slot in the frame is flat). The old kickstand was an Ursus kickstand, but Ursus support thought it was a custom mount. Is the KSA18 standard available? I didn't find it on Google.

Picture of kickstand mount

Edit: It's an Ortler Bozen Performance (2019) bike produced by Derby Cycle Germany.

enter image description here Kickstand mount photo from https://www.probikeshop.com/en/gb/ortler-bozen-performance-electric-trekking-bike-black-2019/162662.html

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    The other option is to use a more generic stand. Is there a chainstay bridge? Ideally you'd want to be away from the brake rotor to protect it from damage and limit the chance of the stand jamming in the rotor.
    – Criggie
    Commented Jul 21, 2022 at 10:33
  • Apparently there are KSA18 kickstands with a different geometry. See the Hebie Fix 18 FC for example which seems to match the triangular outline you have: boettcher-fahrraeder.shop/media/image/fd/1c/79/… Unfortunately I can’t find a proper drawing with dimensions anywhere. Can’t you take a file and just adjust the kickstand’s mounting plate? :D Make sure to mount with threadlocker and proper torque.
    – Michael
    Commented Jul 21, 2022 at 10:57
  • That's the best photo I could find of how this bike's stand is attached. If you have a better one please add.
    – Criggie
    Commented Jan 18, 2023 at 10:00

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Not a strict answer to the question (it looks like a proprietary mount, as stated in the comments), but since it's not possible to add pictures in comments, I'll post it as answer.

Here's a picture of what a KSA 18 mount looks like. The hooks mentioned in the original question are meant to go around the embossment.

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