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The best motorcycle lift is the table type. Find one with a strong and secure base and hydraulics, compressed air or an electric screw drive system to raise and lower the table.
Also, the table lift should includes a wheel chock to hold the front wheel of the motorcycle.
The lift should also include eye bolts or a method to secure the bike to the lift with straps or belts and and a device to lock the lift in place when it is raised.
Always remember to check twice and "Think Safety" when using a motorcycle stand or lift!
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Purchase plans from AFAB for $20 to build a motorcycle lift or a motorcycle table lift; also plans for a hydraulic press | Alpha Sales (UK) has several different lifts and tables | wBW review of the Bike-Grab; claimed to be the world's fastest and safest bike stand | Derek Weaver Co. has been selling Pro Cycle and other motorcycle lifts since 1984 | Quasar Products makes the simple and light Eazy Rizer bike stand; claimed to be the "world's safest bike stand"; guaranteed for life and not a bad price | Handy Industries makes a heavy-duty lift; nice looking stuff here and made in the U.S.A. | KD Motorcycle Lifts are handmade in the UK with up to a 450kg lift capacity | Kendon has a new motorcycle lift that looks different than others | Titan Lifts makes several heavy-duty motorcycle lifts that appear to be well made; they also have an interested motorcycle jack to lift a bike for a wheel change
Steel Horse Fabrications manufactures high-quality rear stands, front stands and swingarm spools; check out the wBW Review of the Steel Horse Motorcycle Rear swingarm stand | R&R Racing makes reasonably priced rear stands and spools | Many racers use the Pit Bull motorcycle stands by Full Spectrum Design | Martin Racing Products aluminum rear motorcycle stands | Heindl Engineering front and rear paddock stands are available in black, yellow and silver | Strapless Transport Stands makes a different type of rear wheel support that is inserted through a hollow rear axle | The Cycle Cat UCS1 is a new type of paddock stand that will compensate for the unevenness of the bike when it's on the kickstand | Redline Engineering makes some interesting Sportbike, cruiser and other motorcycle stands; the Sportbike Swivel stands have wheels which allow the bike to be moved around the garage while it's on the stand | T-Rex stands look to be well made and are very inexpensive
See the wBW review of the Bike-Grab Wheel Chock | See the wBW review of the Tommy Jack Motorcycle Lift; designed for motorcycles without a center stand, the Tommy Jack can lift one side for simple maintenance like a chain lube | Pyramid Cycle Stands has "old school" stands for motocross and other types of motorcycles | The Third Hand Stand works with your swingarm stand to provide a platform for replacing the rear tire and wheel assembly | Check out the "Quickstand" - a pocket-sized stand for bikes without a center stand; helps you do chain lubes and other maintenance while on the road | MC Stands has a large selection of front and rear wheel stands, lifts and spools | PacJack portable motorcycle stand made in Canada for dual-swingarm motorcycles
Abba U.K. has some unique stands and lifts for superbike-type swingarms and regular motorcycles
Shermworks makes motorcycle stands designed to pack in saddlebags so they can be taken along on trips
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(Don't know what else to call them!) | Telefix makes the Moto Boy, claimed by some to be the best roll-around stand available | wBW review of the TailSwinger motorcycle storage stand | Becker Enterprises Motor Mover fits under the center stand and allows the motorcycle to be moved in tight spaces | Roll a wheel up on to the BikeSlide and push the motorcycle around the garage; is this company still in business? No website...
wBW review of the Easy Wheeler II | wBW review of the Easy Wheeler motorcycle wheel roller, a very high-end set of rollers to allow the rotation of the rear wheel for maintenance | wBW Review of the Rollastand, which makes front or rear wheel cleaning easy; the rollers allow easy turning of the bike's wheels; also good for chain maintenance
Anderson Motorcycle Stands are "the most popular stands in Australia"; they make rear stands, front stands, swingarm pivot stands, single-sided swingarm stands and more
SW-Motech makes center stands for some motorcycles that don't come with them; site is in German; they are distributed in the U.S.A. by Twisted Throttle, who carry center stands for the Suzuki SV650 and DL1000 V-Strom; the Honda 919; and some BMW models
wBW reviews in right column | Bumpstop motorcycle stand is so secure that it's used by motorcycle dealers and Condor ferries in the UK | The LA Chock and Sport Chock are good items to have to hold up your bike for transport or repair | Condor makes several different types of automatic wheel chocks that lock when the front tire engages; can be bolted to trailer floors and they claim that no front tie-downs are necessary | The Eagleline Eagle Chock is made from 3/16" steel and automatically flips up to hold the front wheel in place when the bike is loaded | EZ Chock is an "affordable and portable" wheel chock that can be used right out of the box without installation on Sportbikes, cruisers or dirt bikes | The Smart Chock Front Stand (review) is an automatic wheel chock that holds the front wheel; it's available as a free-standing motorcycle chock or for mounting on a trailer | The Titan Bulldog wheel chock is a new patented front wheel chock to hold the motorcycle upright | Bike Pro mounted wheel chock available at Southern Bike Works | The Wheel Dock is designed to be floor mounted in a garage and allows the motorcycle to be held by the front wheel
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