Oxford Premium Rear Paddock Stand
Maximum stability and support paddock standView full details
Customer Reviews for Oxford Premium Rear Paddock Stand
I use this when performing maintenance on my Z300 bike chain and it has no issues lifting up the bike with the scoops. Takes about 10 minutes to put together, and does exactly what you need it to.Read more
Stable stand, good value
I bought this for my Suzuki Vanvan which, oddly for the type of bike, lacks a centre stand. It's simple to bolt together, and once assembled is very robust. The L pads feel secure on the swingarm, and I can smoothly lift the bike on to the stand by myself.Read more
Solidly built stand
Solidly built and easy to assemble and use. Brought the front stand also from Sportsbikeshop and just as good.Read more
Very well made, solid but not heavy. Good easy adjustment via a pair of thumb screws. Simple to assemble the 3 pieces together.Read more
Does the job on MT09
Well it works. Fits my MT 09 using bobbins. Comes with cup and flat attachments for different swingarms. Free delivery to Belfast and was quick. Rocks a wee bit so maybe a bit in level but nothing major.Read more
Sturdy and easy to use
My first paddock stand, so I wanted to make sure it was a good one. This one is sturdy and stable and - in my opinion - safer than some others on the market owing to the extra cross-bar supporting each arm, rather than just relying on the arm itself (although it has to be said that the tubing looks pretty strong all on its own). Comes with both L-shaped rubber holders and metal ones for those with... gromits? Easy to put together, haven't quite summoned up the confidence to use it single-handed yet, but with an extra pair of hands to hold the bike upright for a few seconds it's super smooth and easy to lift the bike.Read more
Just the job!!
There's a bit of a knack to using any stand, but this is strong and sturdy so just the job.Read more
A really good piece of essential equipment
It was very easy to put together. It is sturdy and I have no trouble trusting it to hold my bike firmly. It holds the bike well and lifts the rear wheel off the ground just enough. When I first used it I put the stand too near to the front of the bike on the swinging arm and the rear wheel didn't lift so I located the grips nearer to the rear wheel and it is fine (I have a 310GS). I wasn't sure if I had bought the right stand as it comes in parts and other comments re: single-piece Paddock Stands made me query it but that was unnecessary. A good value item that does the job safely.Read more
Good piece of kit. Well built, takes 2 minutes to assemble. Very stable with the bike on it.Read more
Excellent paddock stand
This paddock stand is brilliant, very easy to put together and to use. Very little effort needed to lift the bike. Worth every penny.Read more
Oxford Premium Rear Paddock Stand
- 4 chunky wheels
- Specially designed rests
- Massive 38mm tube
- Removable clean grip handle covers
- Bobbin hooks and pads included
The Oxford paddock stands features a massively rigid construction that makes these stands suitable for the widest possible range of applications - don't compromise your bike with inferior products. This stand all features 4 chunky wheels, a massive 38mm tubing, specially designed rests and padded handles this proves that this paddock stand is a must.
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Questions and Answers
Is this suitable for a 2016 Kawasaki Versys 650?June 25, 2018
The stand should be fine for use with the 650 Versys.
Hello, Just checking if this stand will fit my suzuki GSX-S 125cc. I know the weight won't be a problem, but not sure if my bike is too narrow for it?May 30, 2018
This stand comes with 2 different lifting arms to suit most motorcycles a. For swing-arms which are of a straight and flat shape, use the L-shaped cups which have the black plastic protective covering. With this fitting method, this stand is suited to swing-arms which are between 28cm to 35cm wide. For swing-arms which are cast into a curved shape it is necessary to fit bobbins to the motorcycle and use the metal pickup forks. With this fitting method, this stand is suited to swing-arms which are between 30.5cm to 37.2cm wide.
Is this stand OK for my Honda NC750X. Many thanksApril 23, 2018
This stand will be fine for your Honda.
What is the height above ground (cm or inches) of the L bracket flats? Just trying to determine if this stand is OK for a 955i Tiger. ThanksMarch 6, 2018
According to Oxford themselves, the L cups are 295mm in height, with a 25mm-50mm lift.
Will this stand be suitable for a Triumph Street Triple 765 RS with Bobbins.March 5, 2018
As long as you ensure that the Bobbin hooks included are fitted to your stand, the stand will be suitable for your motorcycle.
Will be suitable for my 2015 triumph bonnevilleJanuary 29, 2018
Unfortunately this stand is not suitable for your Triumph, as the exhausts are in the way. It will work if you remove the silencers.
What is the minimum width, can it fit a mx swing arm of 10.5 & 11 inches. Thanks in advance.December 13, 2017
This stand comes with 2 different lifting arms to suit most motorcycles a. For swing-arms which are of a straight and flat shape, use the L-shaped cups which have the black plastic protective covering. With this fitting method, this stand is suited to swing-arms which are between 28cm to 35cm wide (11 to 13 3/4 ) b. For swing-arms which are cast into a curved shape it is necessary to fit bobbins to the motorcycle and use the metal pickup forks. With this fitting method, this stand is suited to swing-arms which are between 30.5cm to 37.2cm wide (12 to 14 5/8 )
I've got a cbr600f - is it ok to leave my bike on the stand for 2-3 months over winter to protect back wheel?December 6, 2017
This stand will be fine, it is rated for 250kg.
How wide is the stand? I have a Ducati GT1000 and the distance between the outside edges of the swing arm is 37 cm. Will this fit?November 6, 2017
The maximum width of this stand is 14.5 inches, so it will be very close.
is it suitable for Kawasaki zx6r ninjaSeptember 1, 2017
Yes the Oxford Premium Rear Paddock Stand would be suitable for your motorcycle.
Is this universal? Specifically, I have a Moto Guzzi Stone V7ii (2015)September 1, 2017
The Oxford Premium Rear Paddock Stand is not bike specific, it is a universal fit.
Will this stand be ok for my triumph tiger 800? Also just to confirm it comes with bobbin hooks to ?August 17, 2017
This stand comes with pads and bobbin hooks, and will be fine for use with your Tiger.