I've had mine for probably 8 years now, still holding up strong. Great quality and strong.
Pro Circuit Works Stand
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large area on platform
looked cool since 1986 MXA ad
pad has held up well for last race season
have recently purchased a second one for a second bike
A good quality stand but does not include the side panels as shown on their website for riders name and number. MotoSPORT refers you to Pro Circuit Works that will sell them to you for about $25. I was disappointed.
this stand gets my 2013 kx450f off the ground talking both tires. the drain hole i cant use because i have 2 on my bike but awesome at holding my bike up very stable and excellent for washing my tires. its perfect in every way light weight rubber padding does get torn and ripped not bad but would recommend
light and well constructed.
Really great stand, only four stars because its kind of expensive considering its a basic stand. great stand tho ,kinda heavy but its very balanced( i am 5 foot 8) so i stand on it when i unload my bike and its high quality. good buy!
its a stand... it's solid, sturdy, it works. what more do you want? 07 yz250 it gets the wheels off the ground no problem
Although my first stand was damaged, Motosport came through as usual and sent me a new one.
The Pro Circuit stand is pretty good so far. The deck is fairly large and has a thick rubber pad that is secured by several rivets. The frame is thick square aluminum tubing that has held up the the weight of my CRF 450 without any problems. Just a word of caution: I also use the stand to load my bike into my Dodge Dakota, but it's not that stable. The stand tipped over while I was unloading the bike after a day at the track.
Excellent build quality, keeps your bike stable with both wheels off the ground when you're not riding it. I personally prefer this style of stand to any other type of dirt bike stand and you can't go wrong with Pro Circuit. Price might be a tad high but it's hard to find a good quality stand cheap these days.
this is a great stand but is not level
Stand has been beat on and still looks great. I have taken it everywhere.
Overall, great stand very solid and stable. One downside is that if you want to stack them they will not nest together.
This is a solid value and works as advertised. However, if you have another 20 or so bucks, I recommend you spend it on a stand that has some sort of lift to it. The reason? You will eventually get tired of lifting your bike onto a stand such as this ProCircuit stand. The other type slides right under your bike's frame and then you step on a lift and presto, your bike is up off the ground without any heavy lifting.
This goes into the rear axle and supports the rear of the bike to keep it upright, kind of like a kick stand.