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► Front Wheel Chock Reviews
The front entry folds down flat, which means low resistance when rolling the front wheel into the chock. Makes it easy for heavy cruisers or touring bikes.
Adjustable front wheel stand for dirt bikes with 21" tires, designed for a motorcycle trailer.
Harbor Freight front wheel stand is cheap enough and has its pros and cons.
Built to last through the apocalypse, this made in the U.S.A. front wheel stand is one of the best there is.
Interesting design adjusts the front "cup" to hold various sized front wheel diameters and widths.
Another precision laser cut design from Acebikes for garage floor use or on the trailer.
Simple, lightweight and strong, the Steady Stand is a marvel of design and engineering.
Interesting fixed design holds front wheels on a trailer with no moving parts.
Not all bikes have the correct holes in the bottom of the forks for a front stand, but if yours does, this stand can come in very handy.
► Rear Wheel Stand Reviews
One of the best all-around rear wheel stands to hold your bike in the garage or paddock.
Very robust build quality and specifically designed for many different bikes, including the Ducati Sportclassics shown in this review.
► Motorcycle Wheel Roller Reviews
Unreal quality and construction for a device that basically makes it a little easier to do a chain lube.
The original Easy Wheeler is a marvel of CNC machining, way overbuilt for what it does.
Move your bike in and out near a wall in the garage with this clever device.
Less expensive wheel roller helps make chain lubes easier.
► Motorcycle Lift Reviews
The Snapjack is a portable jack or lift for quick chain lubes or wheel maintenance when you're on the road.
The best motorcycle table lift there is, period. Expensive and built to last, this is the lift you see in every motorcycle shop.
Strange device lifts one side of the bike to make chain lubes easier.
Works best on motorcycles with a full frame, lifts the entire bike up in about the smallest footprint possible.
Owned by many but seems rather unstable, especially when trying to lift very heavy motorcycles like cruisers or tourers.
► Motorcycle Trailer Tie-Down Reviews
Front brake lever holder secures your motorcycle for parking on a hill or on a trailer.
Flexible rear wheel holder works great and is a must-have for trailering a motorcycle.
Simple device helps add a tie down point on some types of motorcycle trailers.
Indispensible tie down device we use on every trailer, it makes tying down a motorcycle so much easier. A must-have for trailering.
The original rear tire hold down for trailering, takes all of the stress off the suspension and holds the bike in an iron grip.
Also: wBW Motorcycle Trailer Reviews
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
On the wBW Motorcycle Ramps page
On the wBW Motorcycle Trailers page
(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