When we were at the auction yesterday, they were auctioning off some older mountain bikes (actually, the most interesting bikes were the vintage 1960s English Triumphs (Raleigh) - but that is another story). There were also some mid-90s frames on a wooden bike rack. I did not bid on the bikes or frames and components.
I awoke last night and realized - I can make a wooden rack to use when I work on my bikes! Why did I not think of this before?!
After working out, I went to the workshop and slapped out a stand. I took me about 2 hours. No, I didn't have a plan - just started to collect some 2 x 4s and 1 x 6s for the stand. I just slapped it together with woodscrews. Voila (not a masterpiece - but very satisfying none-the-less).
I used to use my turbo trainers as a repair stand, but an upright stand is so much easier and useful. I had to clean my chain and adjust my front derailleur on my road bike. The stand worked great.