GETTING MORE INTO IT - YOUR WORKSHOP
If you have the space, a workbench and workstand will be next on your wishlist. Having a dedicated flat area where you can pull apart hubs, brakes and more is endlessly useful. You might choose to use a tool wall, or a tool box. Either way, getting a stable workstand completes the picture. The Feedback Sports Por Elite workstand with carry bag is close to $490. You can get a more basic model for under $250, and the height, stability, and compact size when packed up makes them a favourite. Park Tool and Pro have similar offerings.
If you build a workbench, and plan your tool storage, think about what you need frequent access to - and what you don’t need so often. I have some of my most used tools out on a wall, with a combination of hooks, and the Super B magnetic rack, which keeps the most essential tools close to hand.