moe yousef: thank you you make it so easy for me to buy one .thank you agane
Robin Cattani: You my friend are a absolute lifesaver, I am such a fool, I was trying to lift the backend of my FZR 600 on to the stand.
Many Many Thanks
Crip Davis: Thank you, I was nervous to put my bike up on the stand - thinking that the bike would topple over - till after I watched your video.
weepiobair: I own a ZX-6R with only passing my test near on 2 years ago, before then a 125cc which was a piece of cake to lift, with one hand on the rear seat to stabilise and the other using the paddock stand.
I never did like the idea of trying to lift a 600. But the block of wood is your winning factor. Thanks for posting.
webBikeWorld: @dude906341 See the full review on webBikeWorld, you'll need to find a stand that matches your swingarm type.
webBikeWorld: @dude906341 Thanks! I'm kind of embarrassed; if I knew this video was going to be this popular, I'd have done a better job at it. But, hopefully it serves the purpose.
9secondsflat: the wood block is a very smart idea, i have seen a few bikes get away from the owner when they lift it to vertical...once it crosses the center line, its going over..
itfben: nice was actually really helpful (the bit about it being ajustable to your swingarm size) cheers, anyone know if 2 wheels a side (4 total) are better addock stands than the ones with 1 roller wheel each side of the swingarm (2 total on the paddock stand)( is better?
webBikeWorld: No need to lock or do anything with the front, the bike is lifted on the rear stand, which holds it steady.
noisyimp: thanks! do u need to lock the front brake or is it not necassary?
americanhindi: Thanks. Nice video. I rated.
winters19: Really helpful vid!!!
webBikeWorld: Good tip, thanks! Some bikes also have a grab handle for the pillion that is good to hold on to also.
animal100000: I hold the bike with my left hand under the pillion strap then use my right hand to push the paddock stand down.
computerphonic: Nice video, you sound like Dirty Harry!