Copy and paste this link to watch a video on the best way to use the stand. Getting a flat on the trail is a big enough pain without having a way to hold your bike in the air to remove your wheels. Yes some riders do purchase a centre stand to lift the bike but how many kilos does it weigh and will it lift the front wheel off the ground if needed. These little units weigh only 350 grams and are easily cable tied to your bike or even fit in your tool bag or paniers. They come in one piece and are ready to use in moments. To lift the front of the bike, drill a small hole in the front right-hand side of the bash plate just large enough to take the tongue on the top bracket. Place the bike in full left hand lock with the bike in gear and push up on the bars to gently lift the front pushing the stand into an upright position with your foot. Of course you will need to adjust the length of the stand to suit your bike. To lift the rear of your bike there are two methods. The best method is to attach the small stainless steel ring (supplied) to the bike just behind the foot peg at the lowest point possible. Hold the front brake on using the Velcro strip (supplied) and with the side stand down, move to the right-hand side of the bike and gently lift the bike pushing the stand into an upright position using your foot. The second method for lifting the rear of the bike is to place the top bracket of the stand directly under the swing arm or the foot peg however this is not as stable as using the small SS ring. Only lift the bike high enough to remove the wheels. Always undo the wheel nuts before lifting the bike. Made of quality aluminum and fabricated by a qualified welder this little unit will pay for itself with one flat tyre. Priced at $79.00 and $12.50 freight you really would not want to leave home without one. Also great to use for a quick chain lube. Click on the product to purchase. Complete all of your personal details and I will email you back with bank account details etc. I will also give you the actual cost as I often charge less for postage if more than one product is purchased.

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