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Aerostich Wheel Crate Workstand

Aerostich / RiderWearHouse has introduced an affordable, storable wheel crate workstand that quickly transforms any space into a motorcycle workshop. The ramp-and-crate system assembles easily using two milk crates to raise your bike 11 inches and make any job easier and more comfortable. When the job is done, pick it up and lean against the wall, out of the way. For ...

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Park-n-Move Motorcycle Cruiser Stand Review

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[This Park-n-Move Motorcycle Cruiser Stand Review was originally published in the July 2009 issue of Rider magazine] All of my bikes sit on centerstands except my American V-twin. It leans over way too casually on its sidestand, and its footprint easily covers two bikes’ worth of space. Rolling it around in those tight confines is exacerbated by its rake, weight, ...

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Baxley Sport Motorcycle Chock Review

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[This Baxley Sport Motorcycle Chock Review was originally published in the April 2007 issue of Rider magazine] Like when they’re badly secured in the back of a pickup truck, or when lubing a chain on a bike without a centerstand. I thought I could reduce those possibilities by using a contraption to hold a front wheel in place, and after ...

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JC Whitney Garage Pro Motorcycle Jack Review

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Review by James Parchman [This JC Whitney Garage Pro Motorcycle Jack Review was originally published in the April 2007 issue of Rider magazine] A leftover 2006 resolution concerning greater self-reliance in motorcycling maintenance matters gnawed at me each time another $70-per-hour shop bill appeared on the credit card. The arrival of 2007 meant no more delay…get the proper equipment, and ...

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