14,925. Pike, P. J. July 6. Stands.-A folding holder for supporting a bicycle in an upright position comprises a link a, which is swivelled in a bracket b fixed to a wall or the like, and carries a frame c in which slides a bar d. A cross-piece h attached to this bar has curved ends i, covered with india-rubber, to grip the handle-bar of the bicycle. The bar d can be fixed in various positions in the frame c by a pin f, attached to the frame by a chain and adapted to. fit holes in the bar and frame. Slots may be substituted for the holes, to take a flat pin with an eye for a padlock. Fig. 2 shows the holder in position for supporting a bicycle ; it is kept extended by the front wheel bearing against the wall.