Works good once you know how to use it. You just have to be patient and try different things. I can easily lift a Ktm 525 and a cr85!
OGIO 180 Moto Stand [obs]
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This stand works awesome in dry dirt, but it doesnt work in grass or any surface thats wet. Also the plastic on top of the stand ripped off and kept getting stuck on the skid plate. but when it does work, its great!
this is a great stand I really like Ogio I like being able to change the oil on the bike with it. all tho I can't change the tranny on the stand with my honda crf250x the tranny oil just spills all over the place I did have some trouble getting the 180 to work for me so I hit up youtube for some help from Andy Bell from the Nitro Circus and had it the first try after watching the video.
Good stand it will take a few times to get used to it but once you do its really nice.
Kinda hard to get use to but once you do it makes it so much easier then lifting my 2010 YZ250F up on a stand. Only reason I gave it four stars is on a flat concrete surface the stand likes to slide forward on me, But I just place my foot on the front of the bottom rail and help it tip to the correct position.
It takes a little bit to get the hang of using this stand, but once you do its great. I'm a 5'5" female rider and only about a buck 20. Lifting the bike onto the stand has always been a problem. This stand make it nice because I can get the bike up on the stand in between motos and not have to wait for my boyfriends motos to end before i can start working on my bike. truly a great stand for small or female riders. Thanks again OGIO.
Ogio needs to go back to the drawing board with this bike stand. I tried it with my '06 and '08 CRF 450 and neither worked correctly. As you push the bike through the stand, it falls over, bounces and slides out of place. The stand won't work on asphalt, concrete, sand, dirt, or grass. Durability is also another problem. The plastic covers that are riveted on the aluminum top rails area weak. After a few uses, they had deep gouges and one of the rivets popped off which caused the plastic cover to rip off the stand. Save your money and buy another stand.
Simply Amazing. You've got to try this product! You will not be disapointed! This is the first stand that acutally does the work for you. And put it together with the OGIO Step Up Ramp, and you've got a two peas in a pod.
no more worries of having to lift my crf450 onto a stand, this thing works great. Simply maintain a nice slow speed and on the stand it goes. Brilliant!
I get my bike up on it but works better when skid plate is on. slides around when its just on the frame. It does what I need it to do
This stand is definitely one of the coolest things I've owned for me and my family. It works easy on my crf450 and my sons kxf250, and saves me from having to heave my bike up on a stand after a ride. Not sure what the review below has as a bike, but we've tried it on a 450's and 250's of all makes. Each one is definitely a little different in how you get it to work, but we all got it after a couple tries. Thanks Ogio, you're ramp is awesome too, especially for us short guys.
this item sucks it does not work as it should and it really dont work on any other surface than concrete it is really not worth the money ....do not buy
I've had one for about 2 weeks and it is a very stable stand. As for the ease of operation, every bike is going to load a bit differently because of differences in wheelbase, frame design, skidplates and in the case of 2 strokes, exhaust pipes. On my CRF250R it worked pretty much as decribed, but as soon as I bolted on a Moose E-Line skid plate it takes a little bit of maneuvering to get the bike up. It's really not a big deal, it just doesn't mount up in one fluid motion the way it did before.
All in all though, a well built , very stable stand.