A bicycle kickstand often does not come with mountain bikes, but when moving around the city it is not always convenient to look for something to lean the bicycle against so that it does not fall down later. And it so happens that there is nothing to lean on at all. Then a bicycle footrest will come in handy. Choosing a bike footrest is easy, you need to know the wheel size and mounting location. There are central footpegs (more often for city and road bicycles), on the rear wheel axle, or with fasteners on the bicycle feather. When choosing, you also need to pay attention to the material of the bike stand and frame. A steel stand should not be installed on an aluminum bike, as it can damage the frame over time. For mountain bikes, the best is a footrest on a bicycle feather, it holds the bike securely, does not interfere with riding and does not deform the frame.